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Dress

Description: Dress of violet paisley silk crepe with black, cream, and teal accents; crepe is gathered at neckline and attached to a brass metal neck adornment with open-front; V-neckline bodice wraps around at front into wide waistband; side-zip closure under left arm; large, loose bracelet-length sleeves are gathered at the wrists into a ½” cuff with a single button closure; knee-length skirt is heavily gathered into waistband and has an attached slip of red crepe. Designer's label: "Etro"
Date: 2007
Creator: Etro

Skirt Suit

Description: Suit in navy wool trimmed in flat black cording. A) Jacket of navy blue wool with woven, checked pattern. Double breasted with eight black fabric covered buttons and four bound buttonholes. Notched collar. Collar and center front of jacket trimmed with black flat cording. Long sleeves with turned-back cuffs trimmed with black flat cording and two small black fabric covered buttons each with two bound buttonholes. Two pockets trimmed in matching cording. Lined in blue silk. Combined designer/retailer label at center back neckline: "Neiman-Marcus Dallas / Traina-Norell" B) Skirt of navy blue wool with woven, checked pattern. A-line and knee length with nine panel construction. 1 1/2" waistband with left side zipper and four hook & eye closure. Unlined.
Date: 1960~
Creator: Norell, Norman

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

Description: Detailed view of stonework and windows above the front doors of a multistory building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The address, "35 East Wacker Drive" is engraved in the stone above the doors, at the bottom of this image. The building was also formerly known as the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
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Jacket

Description: Jacket of black silk satin. The jacket, formed as a basque bodice with typical close-fitting achieved by seaming, has extended front panels and is edged with ivory lace. The jacket is embellished with dark blue velvet and olive brown chenille appliques of floral and leaf forms and black jet beading. Lined in ivory silk satin. Photograph is from the exhibition Haute Couture - The Great Paris Designers, held at The Grace Museum, Abilene Texas, October 17 - December 30, 2000, and shows jacket as displayed with a period hat (Accession #: 1981.015.001) and skirt (Accession #: 1967.025.099).
Date: 1870
Creator: Worth, Charles Frederick, 1826–1895

Suit

Description: Woman's suit consisting of three pieces, a coat, blouse, and skirt. Coat and skirt are made of navy blue wool. The coat has a center front opening, and long sleeves which end just above wrist. The skirt is slightly below mid-calf length. The blouse is made of rust-colored chiffon with rounded neck, and is decorated with beading and embroidery.
Date: 1921

Dress

Description: Dress of rose pink rayon and silk, with ivory silk Peter Pan collar and with cut-out stitched trim. 24 silver ball buttons on left side, and geometric triple-tiered ruffles with drop-waist and self-fabric belt with silver buckle. Long, straight sleeves with ivory satin cuffs with stitched trim; single snap closure.
Date: 1926

The Madonna of Humility

Description: Madonna assumes a posture of humility with her head and gaze lowered. Christ child rests on her lap and two angels are depicted in roundels in both upper corners of the painting.
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Date: 1430/1440
Creator: Angelico, Fra (workshop of)

The High Sign

Description: A linear figure raises her hands. A blue circle in the upper right corner is silhouetted against the white background. The flat figure stands on red ground and an extra large hand is in the upper left portion of the painting.
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Date: 1944
Creator: Calder, Alexander