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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Resource Type: Physical Object
 Decade: 1890-1899
Bodice

Bodice

Date: 1899/1912
Creator: unknown
Description: Bodice of black serge with dark green braided cord passementerie and jet bead applique. V-shaped neckline with black lace and ivory net dickey which closes on the right with 4 snaps. Ivory lace trim around collar and black lace around neckline and at cuffs. Long sleeves. Snaps on waistband for skirt (possibly not original to bodice and added at a later date). Center front closure of 4 hook & eyes snap at waistline; 4 non-functioning covered buttons trimmed with black bugle beads. Lined in brown fabric.
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Bonnet

Bonnet

Date: 1898
Creator: unknown
Description: Child's sunbonnet of white cotton. Cotton streamer ties. Channel stitching and eyelet lace ruffle on stiffened visor/brim.
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Bonnet

Bonnet

Date: 1898~
Creator: unknown
Description: Child's sunbonnet of white cotton with eyelet brim, ruffles, apron. Rolled cording embellishment. Ties of self.
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Secession Building

Secession Building

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Date: 1897/1898
Creator: Josef Maria Olbrich
Description: Overall view from S of the Secession Building. From the Nineteenth Century.
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1896
Creator: unknown
Description: Shoes of ecru silk. Slightly pointed with rounded toe. Strap of self fabric across instep, fastening with button on outside of foot with rounded pearl-like glass button. 1 3/8" high Louis style heel.
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Cross Strung Harp

Cross Strung Harp

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Date: 1895~
Creator: unknown
Description: The harp is cross strung with much decoration.
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1895~
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of shoes of white silk damask with embroidery in green, blue, and pink. Around throat and upper edge is band of green embroidered pine cones(?)and scallop band. At toe is embroidered blossom in pale pink and blue, with trailing branches in greens with leaves in greens and buds in pinks and butterflies in greens, pinks, and browns. Along sides are similar embroidered branches, leaves, buds, and blossoms. Throatline of shoe with black banding. At point of throat is applied 3-dimensional flower of silk ribbon. Inner sole of dark tan leather, insides of shoes lined with pink/beige silk(?). Soles of leather, with built-up or stacked 1 1/4" (3cm) modified louis or opera heels. Stamped inside shoes in red are various marks in Chinese(?), and maker's mark, which is mostly illegible. Shoes are of the type called "straight lasts" in western society - no differentiation between left and right shoe.
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Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

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Date: 1895/1903
Creator: Bentley, John Francis
Description: A close view of the west facade portal is shown with its rich sculptural detail and imagery above the lintel.
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Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

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Date: 1895/1903
Creator: Bentley, John Francis
Description: A close-up of the fenestration and stonework is shown in this view.
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Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

Westminster Roman Catholic Cathedral

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Date: 1895/1903
Creator: Bentley, John Francis
Description: The general view of the west facade of the cathedral is shown in its urban setting. The strong horizontal stripes are visible and striking against the enormous arched entrance.
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