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Platform Pumps

Platform Pumps

Date: 1970/1979
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of platform pumps of yellow leather. Designed with a squared toe, the uppers, platform, and heel are all covered in yellow leather. The high heel tapers slightly to base. Retailer's/Brand label: "Neiman-Marcus / Nonesuch" Handwritten inside: (partly illegible) "H?? AA / 7?? 12030 1 73 / ?? 77 712"
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Platform Pumps

Platform Pumps

Date: 1980
Creator: Saint Laurent, Yves
Description: Pair of platform pumps. Shoes are of brown patent leather, with white top stitching. Pointed toes, and a 4" block set-back heel. Stamped in each shoe: "107 N 7"; "Yves Saint Laurent / Paris". Stamped on soles: "Made / Vero / Cuoio / Italy / AA / 7"
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Platform Sandals

Platform Sandals

Date: 197u
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of platform sandals of navy blue suede and leather. The shoes have a thick platform and 3 3/4" high chunky heel covered with dark blue suede, with yellow embroidered butterflies along the outer side of the heels. Rounded toes, with two wide interwoven dark blue leather straps across instep, and extending from sides of heels upward, behind heel, and across front of ankle to secure with small gold buckles. Stamped underneath: "Made in Greece"
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Platform Sandals

Platform Sandals

Date: 197u
Creator: Carber
Description: Pair of platform sandals of wood and white leather. Thick brown wood platform/sole/heels with rounded toe. White leather open-toed toebox and straps at back which encircle ankle and secure at sides with gold buckles. 3 1/2" high at heel. Maker's label stamped inside: "Carber / Made in Italy" Stamped inside: "25-455M 8"
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Platform Sandals

Platform Sandals

Date: 1970
Creator: Jourdan, Charles, 1883-1976
Description: Pair of platform sandals. Shoes have gold kid leather upper, the vamp knotted. Black patent leather covered soles and heels. 4 1/4" high block-style set-back heel. Written on inside of back strap on each shoe: "5 1/2 B 342440". Stamped on each shoe: "Charles Jourdan / Paris"
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Platform Sling-Back Sandals

Platform Sling-Back Sandals

Date: 1960/1979
Creator: Marsini, Antonio
Description: Pair of platform sling-back sandals of gold metallic leather. Set on a thick platform, the uppers are formed of 6 bands crossing the instep, with a seventh band extending across the bands at center point. A thicker strap begins at mid-arch of foot, and extends back behind heel, securing with a small buckle. The chunky heel is covered in the same leather as the upper and platform. Designer's label: "Creazioni / de / Antonio / Marsini / Milano / Italia" Written inside: "75M 4810 3J / 02-860"
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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1800/1899~
Creator: unknown
Description: This view includes the gardens enclosed by wrought iron fences.
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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1800/1899~
Creator: unknown
Description: This view shows a detail of the elevated garden.
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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1800/1899~
Creator: unknown
Description: This view shows a detail of the fencing and seating on one road running alongside the plaza.
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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1800/1899~
Creator: unknown
Description: The aerial view of the town square shows the buildings and the garden area surrounded by iron fencing. The view is from the southwest.
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