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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Resource Type: Physical Object
 Decade: 1930-1939
Ensemble - Jacket and Dress

Ensemble - Jacket and Dress

Date: 1935
Creator: unknown
Description: Evening ensemble of a dress, jacket and belt. The full-length sleeveless evening dress is of black silk, with a slim silhouette. It has a wide, shallow V-neck at front, and has decorative twist in the fabric at back, which creates a deeper V. The wide straps are ruched at front with non-functional rhinestone-encrusted clasps sewn to them. The bodice has decorative seaming under bust and around the hips. The dress has a black silk belt with a rhinestone-encrusted "buckle", which functions as a large hook-and-eye rather than a buckle. The jacket is of matching black silk, lined with a cream-colored taffeta. The short, bell-shaped sleeves have a second "layer" creating the effect of a wide ruffle. Padded tubes of silk curve along each shoulder, tapering under the arm at front and back. There is a center front opening with no closure, which is "cut away" in a curve at front, giving the overall effect of a miniature 'cropped' opera cape. No labels in either garment. Possibly acquired by Ms. Hewett in France in the 1930's while studying medieval music manuscripts.
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Eugenie Hat

Eugenie Hat

Date: 1931
Creator: Lorie, Edgar J.
Description: Eugenie style hat of wine colored felt and velour with shallow crown. Ostrich plumes at crown. Label inside hat: "Lorie" Label inside hat: "Reproduction 'illegible' / Madame Lucy / 5, Rue de la Paix / Paris" Size label: "registered model / 22 1/2" Label inside hat: "Millinery Creators Guild"
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Evening Sandals

Evening Sandals

Date: 1930
Creator: Delman
Description: Pair of heeled sandals. Uppers made of black peau du soi silk crepe over leather. Edged in gold kid leather. Vamp formed of three bands, each with applied central black silk circular piece with attached gilt metal neoclassical head. Shoes buckle at side with oval gilt metal buckles set with rhinestones. 2 5/8" Boulevard-style heel. For late afternoon or evening wear. Inscribed in each shoe: "Sp14630 / 58545" Labels: In right shoe: "DELMAN / New York - Chicago - London - Paris"; In left shoe: "BERGDORF / GOODMAN".
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Fedora Hat

Fedora Hat

Date: 1939
Creator: Valois, Rose
Description: Fedora hat of light grey felt. Rust red felt hatband knots in front with ends of knot extending across and folding under the brim. Crown folds to triangular points meeting at top and is trimmed in same rust red felt as hatband. Elastic band for securing hat to wearer's head. Designer's label on inside hat band: "Rose Valois / 18, Rue Royale / Paris" Label left of designer's label: "Made in France"
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Glengarry Hat

Glengarry Hat

Date: 1938
Creator: Madame Suzy
Description: Glengarry style cap of Scottish tartan wool plaid in green/black/blue and white stripes. Tricolored cockade trim on right side. Designer's label on inside hat band: "Madame Suzy / 5, Rue de la Paix / Paris" Label above designer's label: "Made in France"
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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1930/1939
Creator: Julius Kayser & Co.
Description: Pair of ladies' gloves. The "hands" are of pale brown with white fabric, possibly a silk/cotton blend. Seamed on inside, they have 3 darts on back of each hand done with dark brown stitching. At wrist on each side is a v-shaped extension which joins to the "cuff", which is of light brown cotton with yellow tones. The scalloped edges of the "cuff" and semi-circular sections on the back of each are piped in dark brown fabric. The "cuffs" are styled as a wrap dress, with an overlap at back of wrist. The overlap has a single cylindrical button of black plastic designed to appear carved with three notches in the side revealing pale green/yellow below and at ends. Manufacturer's tag inside gloves: "Kayser, 52 * Reg / Made in Germany / 6"; Stamped in lining by tag: "Kayser 52". The gloves are accompanied by the original paper care tag: "WASH / GLOVES / ON HANDS / Use almost cool / water and a pure / mild soap. We re- / commend PALM- / OLIVE BEADS. Do / not rub. After wash- / ing take gloves off / rinse thoroughly in / cold water. Pull / lengthwise wrap / and ...
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1933/1937
Creator: Strauss, Joseph Baermann; Morrow, Irving; Moisseiff, Leon & Ellis, Charles Alton
Description: The view is from the bridge and cars as well as pedestrians are shown. One of the vertical towers is clearly shown as are the many suspension cables running the length of the bridge.
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1933/1937
Creator: Strauss, Joseph Baermann; Morrow, Irving; Moisseiff, Leon & Ellis, Charles Alton
Description: The view is perpendicular to the length of the bridge and is but a detail of the cables and one of the towers. Beyond the bridge, in the background, the city of San Francisco is seen.
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1933/1937
Creator: Strauss, Joseph Baermann; Moisseiff, Leon; Morrow, Irving & Ellis, Charles Alton
Description: The view is of the length of the bridge.
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1933/1937
Creator: Strauss, Joseph Baermann; Morrow, Irving; Moisseiff, Leon & Ellis, Charles Alton
Description: The view is of the length of the bridge. Details of one end are clearly visible.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design