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Costume

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope 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 42 Collections and/or Records:

Box 313: Miscellaneous Designs, 1932-1976

 File — Box M123.0313: Series M123.05 [U186024330312]
Identifier: M123.05.0313
Overview This box contains miscellaneous set and costume design from various artists who were affiliated with the CCOHA from 1932-1976. Designs were found in the CCOHA offices and housed with like items.
Dates: 1932-1976

Box 331: Set Drawings, 1937-1988

 File — Object M123.0331: Series M123.05 [U186024329117]
Identifier: M123.05.0331
Overview This wrapped item contains various set drawings for Martha (1947, Donald Oenslager), set drawings for The New Moon (1988), and costume design for Central City Nights (1937, Robert Edmond Jones). Items were found in CCOHA offices and moved to be with the rest of the collection and housed with like items.
Dates: 1937-1988

Box 378: 'A Midsummer's Night Dream' Costume Designs, 2002

 File — Box M123.0378: Series M123.06 [U186023272456]
Identifier: M123.06.0378
Overview This box contains (2) costume designs from the 2002 "A Midsummer Nights Dream" production.
Dates: 2002

Campbell, Patton, 1976-1988

 File
Identifier: M123.03.0188.0043
Overview Folder contains resume and photographic material concerning CCOHA costume designer, Patton Campbell. Mr. Campbell was the costume designer for the 1976, 1981, and 1988 festival productions of 'The Ballad of Baby Doe.'
Dates: 1976-1988

Charles Le Maire Costume Designs

 File
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0002
Overview Five (5) images from the 'Captain from Castile' and seventeen (17) images from an unknown production designed by artist Charles Le Maire.
Dates: 1850-2008

Costume for ' Lady Luisa De Carvajal', 1947 March 12

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0002.00001
Overview Costume design for the character Lady Luisa De Carvajal for the production 'Captain from Castile' by artist Charles Le Maire. Color sketch of Lady Luisa wearing black, full-length patterend ball gown. Gown is grey with hints of pink, white, teal with sequinced neck line and matching head piece. Character appears to be standing in garden area.
Dates: 1947 March 12

Costume for 'Aunt Trina'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0001.00011
Overview Costume design for the character Aunt Trina for the production 'I Remember Mama' by artist Edward Stevenson. Color sketch of outfit for Aunt Trina wearing blue, floor-length pleated skirt with a black button up coat, blue feathered scarf and pink hat.
Dates: 1850-2008

Costume for 'Christine'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0001.00012
Overview Costume design for the character Christine for the production 'I Remember Mama' by artist Edward Stevenson. Color sketch of outfit for Christine wearing dark red, knee-length pleated dress with grey plaid scoop neck collar with white turtleneck underneath and black tights and black ankle boots.
Dates: 1850-2008

Costume for 'Christine'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0001.00013
Overview Costume design for the character Christine for the production 'I Remember Mama' by artist Edward Stevenson. Color sketch of outfit for Christine wearing green / grey, knee-length dress wth green checkered apron, black tights and black ankle boots. Bottom left corner of matting, drawn in pencil, alternative design for pinafore. Bottom right corner of matting, drawn in pencil, outline of dress.
Dates: 1850-2008

Costume for 'Dagmar'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0175.0001.00014
Overview Costume design for the character Dagmar for the production 'I Remember Mama' by artist Edward Stevenson. Color sketch of outfit for Dagmar wearing dark red, knee-length dress wth blue and white checkered apron, black tights and black ankle boots. Bottom of matting, drawn in pencil, three alternative designs for dresses.
Dates: 1850-2008