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Slippers

Slippers

Date: 1890/1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of lady's slippers of brown kid leather with jet beading. Designed with pointed toes, the uppers are of brown kid leather, heavily decorated with radiating patterns of jet beads, over toe, around sides and throughout openwork that decorates throat and sides of shoes. Originally had sewn-in ties across the instep. Lined in black leather. Soles of black leather. High heels are of modified French style, sometimes called "spool" style, with rounded sides and back, flaring to base, and with curved front. There are no marks or labels in the shoes. The brown ribbons in photographs are not original, are to hold the shoe closed in place of original ribbons, now missing.
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Slippers

Slippers

Date: 190u
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of slippers of light green silk. Designed with slightly pointed toes, and with a small, almost square mother-of-pearl decorative buckle across vamp. Uppers are edged with green satin ribbon. Modified Louis heel, flaring at base. Stamped inside: "The Balta / [line illegible] / B. Altman & Co. / Paris New York" Stamped on sole: "The Balta" Handwritten inside: "a 5307 / 30160"
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Slippers

Slippers

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of party slippers of pale pink silk satin. Shoes have rounded toes, and wide self strap across instep, which secures with domed coral-colored button on outside edge. Strap, vamp, and upper edges of shoe are edged in slightly darker pink silk ribbon. 1 3/4" high modified Louis or cuban heel. Marked inside shoe: "3-C" (size?)
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Slouch Hat

Slouch Hat

Date: 1960?
Creator: unknown
Description: Slouch hat of dark brown, medium brown and cream paper with high pillbox crown; wide floppy brim. Hat and brim stamped with various "tribal" symbols. Lined in orange and light olive striped material. Size tag attached to inside hatband: "23"
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Small Casseroles

Small Casseroles

Date: 2012
Creator: Zouhary, Caleb
Description: Image of two small casserole containers as seen in the exhibition From Here to There: Practice, Form, and Meaning, May 22 through August 4, 2012 in the Art Gallery at the University of North Texas.
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[Small temple]

[Small temple]

Date: 1978
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the top of a small temple in Kyoto, Japan. The roof line is visible in the foreground. The roof is decorated with wood carvings painted in contrasting colors.
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[Smallest House in Amsterdam]

[Smallest House in Amsterdam]

Date: July 1965
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the smallest house in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In the foreground, a number of cars are visible; a large tree and an out of focus wooden beam are visible in the left foreground. A row of buildings are visible behind the cars and tree.
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[Smallest Warehouse in Amsterdam]

[Smallest Warehouse in Amsterdam]

Date: July 1965
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of the smallest warehouse in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The photograph was taken from inside a wooden structure. In the foreground, two wooden beams are visible on either side of the frame; The top of a boat and two cars sit in front of a row of buildings.
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Smelter Shelter

Smelter Shelter

Date: 1981
Creator: Milnes, Robert
Description: The artwork consists of five upright copper color poles around which twist decorated rolling pin shapes affixed to the uprights with pipes the same color as the uprights. The rolling pin shapes are covered with patterns and shapes of bright yellow, orange and black.
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Snail

Snail

Date: 2004
Creator: Milnes, Robert
Description: The sculpture depicts a large blue-green hand with four fingers outstretched. A pink spiral circles the back of the hand and crosses over three vertical black bar openings.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design