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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

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Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: General view from NW of The Large Baths in Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus (oval pool) and Serapeum (cave-temple in the distance). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

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Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: The Large Baths with domed hall. View from W of Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus (oval pool) and Serapeum (cave-temple in the distance). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

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Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

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Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: Hall of the Three Exedras. View from NW of Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus (oval pool) and Serapeum (cave-temple in the distance). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: The Large Baths. General view from W of Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus (oval pool) and Serapeum (cave-temple in the distance). From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus and Serapeum.

Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. Canopus and Serapeum.

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Date: -0128/-0118
Creator: unknown
Description: General view of colonnade from N. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Hair bow

Hair bow

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Henry's Hats
Description: Hair bow of lime green faille with combs underneath to hold it in place. Label on center underside on white set on orange grosgrain ribbon cut at 45 degree angle on ends: "Henry's Hats"
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Hair Net

Hair Net

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: unknown
Description: Brown hairnet embellished with brown chenille dots and 3 brown velvet ribbon bows. Retailer's label: "Saks Fifth Avenue"
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Halo Hat

Halo Hat

Date: [1940..1945]
Creator: unknown
Description: Pamela or halo style hat of natural colored straw cloth. Crown ringed with brown silk organza roses. Edge of brim covered with natural colored grosgrain. One hatpin with black, teardrop shaped head. Elastic band for securing hat to wearer's head. Unlined. Retailer's label on inside hatband: "Henrys / Dallas"
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Hanbok

Hanbok

Date: [1960..2006]
Creator: unknown
Description: Traditional Korean child's Hanbok ensemble of rayon damask. A) Wrap dress (Chima) of red large floral damask with with red net "suspenders", and ties of red satin. B) Jacket-like upper garment (Jeogori) of green large floral rayon damask. Cropped, square neckline that wraps at bust with long red ties. Long sleeves with stripes of red, green, yellow, pink, blue, and white with red printed symbols.
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Hanbok

Hanbok

Date: [1975..2000]
Creator: unknown
Description: Korean Hanbok. A) Jeogori (Jacket) of white and red damask patterned with floral motifs. Short, cropped white damask top with deep V neckline lined in red damask. Long sleeves, widening towards fore-arm and then curved to wrist. Under-arm area and cuff of the red damask. Center front opening secured with one hidden snap and two long ties of red damask. Lined in thin white fabric. No labels in garment. B) Chima (Skirt) of red damask matching the Jeogori. Full-length, wrap-style garment. Thin white straps to go over shoulders support wide upper band into which the body of the skirt is gathered. Ties at back with ties of red damask. Lined in dark red fabric. No labels in garment.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 189u
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag. Cast and chased silver framework decorated with openwork figures of children harvesting grapes. Ball/snap closure. Silver suspension chain of alternating oval links and links formed of three flower-heads. Bag is of black wool with petit point embroidery decoration on each side of a bouquet of flowers. Pink satin lining.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1910/1925
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag of multi-colored glass beads of boldly colored, somewhat stylized floral design. Bronze frame cast with floral forms and openwork, and set with navy blue and green rhinestones. Roses on frame have remains of applied coloration. Suspension chain in rope form with spaced clusters of green and blue beads. Bag has fringe at bottom composed of loops of green and black faceted beads. Off-white satin lining, mostly deteriorated.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1900/1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag. Rectangular frame of cast openwork brass floral designs with traces of gilding. Ball and snap closure and gilt brass suspension chain. Bag is of dark purple crocheted silk, with three different types of beading. Area at frame is plain all-over beading of purple/bronze iridescent cut beads. Below this, and at bottom of bag is fringe of looped beading. The main body of the bag has vertical stripes of beads arranged in horizontal rows. Lined with bright purple silk, trimmed in gold cording. Contains a small gold kid leather purse embossed with a stylized thorn pattern.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1925
Creator: unknown
Description: Large Handbag. Rectangular gilt frame with ball/snap closure set with cabochon green stones. Body of bag formed of red, silver, grey, and black beads in a mosaic/Turkish carpet pattern. Bottom of bag with beaded fringe matching body of bag. Lined in pale peach satin with one pocket and attached small coin purse. Sewn into lining is woven tag "Made In France"; Marked on frame "Made In France".
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1910?
Creator: unknown
Description: Beaded handbag. Rectangular gilt metal frame with suspension chain and ball closure. Body of bag is covered with multi-colored glass beads forming a picture of a bird and flowers amid scrolling forms, same image on each side. Bottom of bag with blue beaded loops of fringe. Interior lining of blue satin, with attached circular mirror on a ribbon. European, either Paris or Vienna.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1970/1974
Creator: Bienen-Davis
Description: Handbag of canvas and brown leather. Adjustable shoulder strap with brass buckle attached with snaps and brass trim and hardware. Flap opening has snap closure and is trimmed with brass design resembling two overlapping circles. Interior lined in brown leatherette. Three interior compartments with one open pocket and one zippered pocket. Front-most compartment is of brown leather and forms a pouch. Designer's stamp: "Bienen -Davis"
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1969~
Creator: Jana
Description: Handbag of woven red, green, yellow, blue, brown, and peach dyed straw twine creating a striped pattern, with tan leather trim and at bottom corners. Leather round double handle; Semicircular zipper closure. Interior lined in yellow canvas. Manufacturer's stamp on inside at zipper: "Jana / Made in Italy"
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1973
Creator: Moskowitz, Morris
Description: Clutch handbag of patent leather in small oval shape. Gold tone closure of three rings in bamboo pattern. Tuckable gold herringbone chain; 1/4" strap 30"long. Three interior compartments with black faille lining; 2 inner pocket, 1 with gold faille lining. Designer's stamp: "M M / Morris Moskowitz" Original maker's card in small black compartment; side 1: "M M / Morris Moskowitz"; side 2: This / Handbag is Made / Of Man Made / Materials" Measurements: 22cm L, 16cm H (with closure), 3cm W
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag. Rectangular silver art deco openwork frame set with tiny marcasites and circular cabochon black stones (onyx?). Bag is of black silk velvet. Handle of black silk velvet with two silver rings set with marcasites. Lined with dusty pink ribbed silk, and containing a small rectangular mirror. Marked on frame: "MD" in a square; Diamond shaped mark with an M over a K; and an illegible shield-shaped punch.
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1910/1910
Creator: Whiting & Davis Co.
Description: Handbag. Arched frame of silver (plated?), lightly chased and engraved. Openwork areas on sides of frame allow rings from suspension chain to slide up and down acting as "locks". Mesh bag with enameled design of flowers. Inside bag are makers tag marked: "Mesh / Whiting & Davis Co. / Bags / Reg. U.S. & Can." and brand tag marked "El Sah".
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Happi

Happi

Date: 1900/1960
Creator: unknown
Description: Happi (Japanese traditional short coat) of indigo dyed heavy cotton or linen. Hip-length or slightly longer, with short sleeves. Center front opening with vertical bands on either side with starch paste resist design of Japanese characters. Back with large starch paste resist symbol at upper back, and linear maze-like design across main part of back, repeated at sides.
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Harbaville Triptych

Harbaville Triptych

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Date: 0950
Creator: unknown
Description: Total view of the Harbaville Triptych: Christ Enthroned with Saints. From the Byzantine Era.
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Harpsichord

Harpsichord

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Date: 1634
Creator: Ruckers, Jan
Description: The harpsichord's sides and top are of a highly figured red and the edges are delineated with wide dark edges.
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