Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on clothing treated as an artistic object, as well as works on clothing created for the stage, screen, or special events. Works on the utilitarian aspects of clothing, including works on how to dress, are entered under [Clothing and dress.]
Found in 153 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Seven boys, members of a basket ball team. Five are dressed in their uniforms, Melvin Strauss is dressed as a clown, and one boy is dressed as a hobo lying on the floor.
Dates: circa 1917
File — Box D087.0001: Series D087.01 [U186023271565]
Overview This box contains (2) pieces, top and tutu, for Carol's costume for Denver Civic Ballet's 1963 production of "Cinderella." The costume was created by her mother, Delores de Aragon Young, previously known as Pam Young.
File — Box M123.0175: Series M123.05 [U186022650279]
Overview This box contains costume designs by Edward M. Stevenson and Charles Le Maire.
File — Box M123.0176: Series M123.05 [U186022650253]
Overview This box contains costume designs from the productions 'Martha' and 'Fidelio' both performed during the 1947 festival season at the Cenrtal City Opera House. Costume designs by Mary P. Schenck.
File — Box D087.0002: Series D087.01 [U186023271573]
Overview This box contains (2) costumes worn by Carol Foster during her time with Denver Civic Ballet or The Denver Post Opera. (1) costume contains (2) pieces, a top and tutu, and was worn for possibly "Coppelia." The other costume is a green one-piece from an unidentified performance.
File — Box D096.0024: Series D096.01 [U186023277668]
File — Box D096.0025: Series D096.01 [U186023277676]
File — Box D030.0028: Series D030.03 [U186022513710]
Overview Box contains programs, ticket stubs, DVD recordings, costume designs, and set and stage designs for productions performed by the Gwen Bowen School of Dance.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1950 - 2012
File — Box D096.0028: Series D096.01 [U186023277707]
File — Box D096.0029: Series D096.01 [U186023278525]