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Coat

Description: Coat of pale yellow whipcord wool. Jewel neckline with 1-3/4" mandarin collar. Long, set-in sleeves. Single breasted with two large 1-1/2" smooth, circular black buttons above and 2 buttons below waistline. 3-1/2" wide matching, attached belt with matching black button. Bound buttonholes on coat and belt. Seven inch wide black dyed fox fur trimmed hemline. Vertical, single-welt pockets at each side. Lined in white silk satin. Designer's label at inside back collar: "Norman Norell / New York"
Date: 1968
Creator: Norell, Norman
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Dress

Description: Black silk jersey dress and bodice. a) Under-dress of black silk jersey. Sleeveless with flesh tone shoulder straps. Skirt gathers at natural waist with 1-3/4 inch insert waistband. Below knee length. Center back zipper with hook & eye. Unlined with black grosgrain petersham. Designer's label at inside center back seam near hem: "Traina-Norell / New York" b) Over bodice of black silk jersey. Bracelet length sleeves with gussets. Collarless with gathered pleating at shoulder and neckline that ends with gathers on right with 8 hook & eyes that wrap to form draping on closure at left. Waist tie of self. Narrow, 1/4 inch petersham at waist with single hook & eye. Unlined.
Date: unknown
Creator: Norell, Norman
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Dress

Description: Sheath dress of black cotton poplin(?). Round neckline. Sleeveless with three hooks on left shoulder. Left side zipper with hook and loop. Below knee length. Band of self at front under bust with bow on left gives dress an empire effect. Set in pockets at side seams. Lined in black silk. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Teal Traina / New York"
Date: unknown
Creator: Traina, Teal
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Dress

Description: Dress of black wool knit. Sleeveless with wide, rounded neckline. A-line with 3-1/2" self belt that crosses the front of the dress, enters into side seam openings and is attached to the lining of the dress at the zippered closure of the lining. Below knee length. Vertical welt pockets at sides. Princess seaming on the back. Center back opening with 5 self-covered buttons and bound buttonholes and two snaps at neckline. Lined in black silk with 3-3/4" band of black lace at hemline. Designer's label at left inside seam of lining: "Norman Norell / New York"
Date: unknown
Creator: Norell, Norman
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Day Dress

Description: Day dress of orange silk gaberdine with floral pattern of various sized white flowers having fuchsia centers. Short dolman sleeves. High round neckline. Center back zipper with hook & eye. Lined in white silk. Designer's label at center back to right of zipper: "Teal Traina / New York"
Date: unknown
Creator: Traina, Teal
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

A Survey of Shakespearean Productions in New York: 1935-1955

Description: The aim of this thesis is to present a comprehensive view--a survey--of plays by William Shakespeare that have been produced for the New York stage from 1935 through 1955 in order to ascertain not only the quantity of Shakespearean drama that has been presented during this twenty-one-year period, but also to appraise the quality of the productions as seen by the critics. A related aim of this study will be the analysis of the televised Shakespearean plays by presenting the works and their merits through the eyes of the critics of that medium.
Date: 1956
Creator: King, Mary Inez
Partner: UNT Libraries

An Investigation into the Characteristics and Causes of Monthly and Yearly Price Fluctuations of Spot Cotton at New York, New York, During the Period, 1911-1953

Description: This study endeavors to give an insight into the causes and characteristics of price fluctuations of spot cotton at New York, N.Y., for the period 1911-1953, and to indicate whenever possible the factors which caused the price of cotton to rise or fall during selected periods.
Date: February 1954
Creator: Reynolds, Harry M.
Partner: UNT Libraries

[Metropolitan Museum of Art]

Description: Photograph of a sculpture exhibit in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, New York. In the foreground, a two-story exhibition hall is visible filled with brown pedestals displaying small sculptures. Two stories of colonnaded archways are visible in the background.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

[Toscanini and Gillis]

Description: Photograph of three men identified as Don Gillis (far right), Arturo Toscanini (middle) and an unidentified man on the far left. Gillis is wearing a light-colored suit and the other two men are wearing dark clothing. There appear to be music stands organized behind them.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT Music Library

Man's Vest

Description: Vest of blue, red and white leather suede. The blue body of the vest has star-shaped cut-outs, revealing the white lining. Floor-length red fringe hangs from the body of the vest. Label at center back neckline: "Great Northern / Leather & Tea Co. / 100% Leather & Suede / 113 Elizabeth St. New York City" Inside back signed: "Roy A. Schueler"
Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Great Northern Leather & Tea Co
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Evening Ensemble - Jacket and Dress

Description: Evening ensemble consisting of: A) Evening dress of black wool crepe, knee-length, sleeveless, and with jewel neckline. Center back zipper, with hook & eye. Attached belt of 2-1/2" wide black satin ribbon at waist. Side in-seam pockets. Lined in black silk. B) Jacket of black wool crepe with satin cuffs, and jewel neckline, and long sleeves. Center front opening. Jacket is completely covered in vertical lines of clear/ mirror rhinestones. Lined in black silk. Jacket has combined Designer's/Retailer's label at center back neckline: "Norman Norell for Bonwit Teller"
Date: 1970~
Creator: Norell, Norman
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Coat

Description: Coat of red wool knit. Double-breasted with 10 self covered circular buttons and 5 bound buttonholes. Full length. Bracelet-length set-in sleeves with white satin, notched cuffs. Notched collar with white satin covered lapels. Vertical welt pockets at sides. Lined in matching white silk. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Norman Norell / New York"
Date: 1968
Creator: Norell, Norman
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Cartwheel Hat

Description: Cartwheel hat of natural Milan straw. The low, cylindrical crown is flattened at top, and is encircled by a wide band of deep golden orange velvet with large bow at back. The wide, flat brim has stiffening at outer edge. The hat is unlined, with an inner straw-yellow grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label inside: "Sally Victor / 18 East 53rd St."
Date: 196u
Creator: Victor, Sally
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Dress

Description: Dress of red chiffon, sequins and beading. The bodice of the dress is of draped red chiffon with deep V-neckline at front and shawl collar with deep drape at back. The long, full sleeves gather into tight cuffs, each having four red chiffon covered domed buttons and red fabric loops. At the natural waist of the dress is a horizontally ruched band which gives the effect of a sash of the same material, with simulated bow and trailing ends. The bodice simulates a wrap dress, with one side of the collar ends becoming part of the bow of the sash, and the other securing inside with a snap. The bow conceals three hook-and-eye closures and the top of the zipper closure. The short skirt is completely covered with sequins and beads. Black sequins run in horizontal and vertical bands forming a grid/trellis pattern. The vertical rectangular spaces within the grid are filled with rectangles of sequins in green, black, white and orange/red, or with tubular beads in white/iridescent, gray and yellow. There are also scattered irregular patches of orange white or green sequins on the black sequin grid. The skirt is lined in black fabric. Designer's label sewn inside at right neckline: "Arnold Scaasi"; pinned-in label at hem with hand-written notation: "5019" From Scaasi's Fall 1990 collection.
Date: 1990
Creator: Scaasi, Arnold
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pumps

Description: Pair of woman's pumps in champagne satin. Designed with a square toe, the vamp has an applied plaque of same satin on which are mounted brilliant rhinestones of various sizes in horizontal rows. The low heel is covered in same fabric, and tapers slightly to base. Designer's label stamped inside left shoe: "Herbert Levine" Stamped inside right shoe: "Especially for / Ann Wardy" Handwritten note inside shoe: "7 1/2 B / D2490"
Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pumps

Description: Pair of sling-back pumps of blue leather. Shoes have pointed toes, and cut-away sides and back. Secured with thin straps extending from sides of toecap to sides of heels, and with strap across back of heels which secure with small rectangular buckles. Across vamp is applied narrow black patent leather strip which ties in a bow at top of toebox. Stiletto heels covered in blue leather. Designer's label stamped inside: "Herbert Levine" Retailer's label stamped inside: "Neiman Marcus" Handwritten inside: "5B 2.921472 / 42994"
Date: 1960?
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pumps

Description: Pair of pumps of subdued yellow suede. The shoes are designed with a rounded toe, and a narrow band of reddish snakeskin across instep at edge of toe-box, extending at top of instep to create a bow. Plain heel, tapering to base. Designer's label inside: "Herbert Levine" Written inside: "7aa / 47945 / 502-22483-50"
Date: 196u
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pumps

Description: Pair of pumps of black leather and leopard skin. Designed with square toes, the shoes have black leather uppers and a 2" wide rectangular band of leopard skin extending from toe to instep, forming a tongue. Squared heel is covered with black leather, and tapers to base. Designer's label inside: "Herbert Levine" Written inside: "9a / 32701 / 11-857"
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Shoes

Description: Pair of women's shoes of beige leather. Designed with slightly rounded toe, the uppers are cut away at sides and heel, leaving a single strap extending from center top of toebox at vamp to side straps which hook to sling-back strap which buckles around heel. The heels taper to base, and are covered in same leather. Designer's label stamped inside shoe: "Herbert Levine" Handwritten notation inside strap: "48L58 7 1/2 M"
Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Shoes

Description: Shoes of polished brown leather. Designed with slightly rounded toe, the plain uppers have rounded throat and single wide sabot-style strap across instep with self buckle. Low, chunky heel tapers to base. Stamped inside: "Herbert Levine" Handwritten inside: "8 1/2 C / E1406"
Date: 1970/1979
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pumps

Description: Pair of black satin pumps. Shoes inspired by 1920's design, with a squared-off toe. Vamps have sections of black ribbed elastic on sides, and a central section at top with a row of four black plastic circular non-functional buttons along each edge. 2 1/2" modified boulevard heel covered in black satin. Written inside each shoe: "5 1/2 aa / D4827". Stamped on lining of each shoe: "Herbert Levine".
Date: 1960/1969
Creator: Herbert Levine
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Hat

Description: Hat of black wool felt with attached scarf of black jersey wool. Wide, slightly asymmetrical brim. Domed crown with narrow headband of same which crosses in back and trails to edge of brim. Unlined with black grosgrain ribbon inner headband. Stamp on inside crown: "Made in Poland / Tally-Ho / Pollak Imp Ex Corp / 100% Wool" Retailer's label on inside headband: "Saks Fifth Avenue"
Date: 1975~
Creator: Pollak
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design