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 Decade: 1930-1939
Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo

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Date: 1939/1942
Creator: ROUAULT, Georges
Description: central detail
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Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo

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Date: 1939/1942
Creator: ROUAULT, Georges
Description: None
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is of people on the observation deck at the eighty-fifth floor and detail of the exterior facade.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is raking skyward along one of the building's four facades.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is of the building at some distance with the lower levels obscured by other building in the area.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is raking skyward and shows the spire, transmission lines and antennae.
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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Date: 1930/1931
Creator: Shreve, Lamb and Harmon
Description: The view is of the uppermost portion of the skyscraper including the spire. The Art Deco details are visible as well at the base of the spire.
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Ensemble - Cape, Blouse, and Skirt

Ensemble - Cape, Blouse, and Skirt

Date: 1930/1939
Creator: Chantal
Description: Three-piece ensemble of navy blue wool tweed with white silk threads. A) Cape. Falls below hips. Constructed with applied bands or plackets of self giving the appearance of pleats. No collar; rounded neckline with modified suspender self bands at neck that extend down to waist and secure to the pair of buttons on the waistband of the skirt. Padded shoulders. Lined in white satin. Remains of label, mostly illegible, in pieces, covered with crepeline. "65-67 Champ ........ Paris" B) Blouse of white satin. Collarless with piped, rounded, high neckline and string tie at front (decorative). Long, set-in sleeves gathered into cuffs with single button and tailored buttonhole at each cuff. Front with wide center and two narrow vertical pin-tucks. Center back closure with 7 circular shell/mother-of-pearl buttons and tailored buttonholes. No labels in shirt. C) Skirt. Street-length, A-line with 1-1/2 inch waistband. Two pairs of circular dark blue buttons on waistband for securing "suspenders". Left side zipper with four sets of hook-and-eyes (one missing). Simulated pleats, sewn down, with vertical strips of same fabric sewn to skirt giving illusion of further pleating. Unlined. Label on waistband to left of zipper: "Made In France"
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Ensemble - Dress and Bolero Jacket

Ensemble - Dress and Bolero Jacket

Date: 1939
Creator: unknown
Description: Evening ensemble in orange and taupe crepe. The sleeveless, full-length dress is of taupe crepe, and has a "V" neckline in front and a deep "V" in back. Around high waist is a wide band of orange crepe outlined in gold braid and oval simulated pearls. The band is heavily beaded in faux coral and turquoise beads in various patterns and floral motifs. The bodice of the dress gathers into the front of the band, and has a zipper and hook-and-eyes closure at left side. The Bolero jacket is of the orange crepe. The cropped jacket has a rounded neckline and long sleeves. The neckline, center front opening, and lower hem is heavily beaded to match the band on the dress, with added faux turquoise beading in floral forms on the front panels of the jacket. No labels in either garment.
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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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