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Garrison Cap

Garrison Cap

Date: 1945/1949
Creator: Varon, Evelyn
Description: Hat of black and brown suede. Brim-less. Style resembles a garrison cap. Lined in black fabric with black grosgrain ribbon inner headband. Elastic band for securing hat to wearer's head. Designer's label: "Evelyn Varon / Model" Union label at left of designer's label.
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Gattamelata

Gattamelata

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Date: 1447/1453
Creator: Donatello
Description: Sculpture from the Renaissance Period.
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Geometric Dipylon Krater

Geometric Dipylon Krater

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Date: -0800/-0701
Creator: unknown
Description: Detail of frieze of sculpture entitled Geometric Dipylon Krater (with prosthesis), 8th c. BC.From the Geometric Period.
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Geometric Dipylon Krater

Geometric Dipylon Krater

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Date: -0800/-0701
Creator: unknown
Description: A sculpture from Dipylon Cemetery and the Geometric Period.
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Ghanti

Ghanti

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The handle of the bell consists of a monkey wearing a hat standing in a regal pose. Animals and foliage decorate the body of the bell.
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Girl's Dress

Girl's Dress

Date: 1890/1899
Creator: unknown
Description: Girl's dress of calico in print of blue, green and gold flowers on red background. Square neckline trimmed in lace with three rows of narrow, black velvet ribbon. Elbow-length sleeves trimmed in matching lace and velvet ribbon. Full length, with dropped waist. Center front opening with five mother-of-pearl buttons and barred buttonholes; snap at bottom of opening. Bodice lined in muslin; sleeves and skirt unlined. Tag at center back neckline: "105"
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Girl's Dress

Girl's Dress

Date: 1870/1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Girl's dress of blue calico cotton with white print. Stand up collar. Inset waist with long, gathered skirt. Long sleeves gathered at wrist with drawstrings. Center front opening with 8 button closure. Bodice lined with what may be sugar sack fabric; skirt unlined. Skirt is 33" long with 22" waist.
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Girl's Dress

Girl's Dress

Date: 1933
Creator: unknown
Description: Girl's dress of French white silk with red, blue, green and orange handwork in window pane style design. Double breasted with closure of four interior snaps with four non-functioning concave glass buttons. Short sleeves with 3/4" cuffs. Scalloped collar, hem of sleeve cuffs, high waist and opening of dress piped in coral orange silk. Unlined.
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Girl's Dress

Girl's Dress

Date: 1930/1944
Creator: unknown
Description: Girl's dress of off-white cotton canvas feed sack material with stemmed yellow rose print. Double Peter Pan style collar with scalloped ruffle trim. Gathered and pleated short sleeves with matching scalloped ruffle trim. Empire waist; knee length. Center back closure of three circular pearl buttons an barred buttonholes. Unlined.
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Girl's Fancy Dress

Girl's Fancy Dress

Date: 1897
Creator: unknown
Description: Girl's fancy dress of beige silk satin with light green vertical stripes; satin ribbon flounces at hem, neckline, and sleeves. Large ruffle of net tulle with satin ribbon accents at the rounded neckline. Attached satin ribbon belt which forms three-looped bow in back. Short, puffed sleeves. Center back closure of hook & eyes. Slit pocket. Lined in cream colored organdy.
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