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Mini-Dress

Mini-Dress

Date: 1965~
Creator: Fogarty, Anne
Description: Mini-dress of sheer synthetic brocade with matte floral print and gold Lurex thread. Styled as a mostly unfitted chemise or sack dress, it has a rounded neckline, long sleeves that gather slightly into the 1" band cuffs, which have bows of self fabric. French darts at bust. Center back zipper with hook-and-eye at top. Pink synthetic(?) lining. Designer's label at inside back near zipper: "A.F. Boutique / Anne Fogarty"
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Minidress

Minidress

Date: 1968~
Creator: Haggins, Jon
Description: Minidress of grey ribbed polyester knit; bias cut. Sleeveless with wide armholes. A-line; knee length. Scoop neck front and back with cutout at center back of yoke. Slim silhouette; four panels with slit pockets at sides of center front panel. Zipper closure at back of left side panel. Lined in gray polyester. Designer's label at inside side seam: "Jon Haggins"
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Mitts

Mitts

Date: 186u
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of ivory cotton or silk mitts. The elbow-length fingerless gloves are of crocheted ivory material in the style of the 1860's. The long sleeves have bands of lacework patterning. The hands are fingerless, with cording between where fingers would go, and an oval opening for the thumb.
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Mitts

Mitts

Date: [1850..1867]
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of black cotton lace mitts. The wrist-length fingerless gloves are of hand-crocheted lace, in a wide mesh. Slight frill at wrist, and separate thumb. A narrow black ribbon is threaded through the cuff, one ribbon lacking.
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Mitts

Mitts

Date: 1965~
Creator: Hansen Glove Corporation
Description: Pair of off-white nylon mitts. The elbow-length fingerless gloves have a loop for the thumb, and are embellished along the finger opening with a trim of openwork daisy heads. Stamped: "Nylasuede / by Hansen / 6 1/2"
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Moccasins

Moccasins

Date: 195u
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of moccasins of white pigskin leather. The shoes are designed with a rounded toe, with a decorative bow of leather straps and tassels at vamp. Low, stacked heel. Maker's mark stamped inside: "Frank Brothers / New York" Stamped inside: "5 1/2 S 1369 / 71 500"
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Monticello Plantation

Monticello Plantation

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1796/1806
Creator: Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
Description: View of the closer diagonal façade with Portico of the Monticello Plantation. From the Palladian Period.
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Monticello Plantation

Monticello Plantation

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1796/1806
Creator: Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
Description: Frontal view of garden façade of the Monticello Plantation. From the Palladian Period.
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Mourning Ensemble - Bodice and Skirt

Mourning Ensemble - Bodice and Skirt

Date: 1900/1903
Creator: unknown
Description: Black silk mourning ensemble consisting of bodice and skirt. The bodice of black silk is fitted and boned, with a high, standing black silk band collar with appliqued black lace medallions. It has full-length, modified bishop sleeves that gather into the armseye. Below the gathered cap, in the portion corresponding to the upper arm, the fullness of the sleeve is controlled with top-stitched vertical tucks. From the elbow to the cuff the fullness is again released in a bishop sleeve silhouette. The sleeves gather again into wide black silk cuffs with appliqued black lace medallions and four narrow bands of black velvet ribbon. The bodice front is constructed on the lines of a bolero jacket, with a deep V-shaped opening and wide ruffled collar which is constructed of horizontally tucked black crepe-patterned silk. The released fullness of the tucking creates the ruffled finish. The ruffled portion is edged with two narrow bands of black velvet ribbon. The bodice front has a bib fill of gathered black silk and tulle net that is secured with hook-and-eyes beneath the left collar overlay. The fill area disguises the true front opening which is secured with thirteen hook-and-eyes. The main body of the bodice, ...
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Mourning Fan

Mourning Fan

Date: 1900/1925
Creator: unknown
Description: Folding mourning fan. Guards and sticks of plain black wood, shaped but not adorned. The leaf is of plain black cloth. No visible labels, marks or signatures.
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