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Women's clothing

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:

Box 86: Square Dance Costumes

 File — Box D096.0086: Series D096.01 [Barcode: U186023289259]
Identifier: D096.01.0086
Abstract This box contains several skirts, including several denim skirts, and (1) yellow and pink skirt with a flower pattern. It also contains several aprons: (1) with large flowers patterned on it; (1) tan, blue, and red striped apron; (1) green, red, and blue flower-patterned apron with black ties. Lastly, it contains several accessories, including: (1) red and one (1) green handkerchief; (1) silk blue and gold scarf or shawl; (1) white hood; (1) blue, green, pink, and red handkerchief; (3)...
Dates: 1850-2007

Buttercream Colored Taffeta Bodice, circa 1885

 Item — Box B148.01.0007: Series B148.01 [Barcode: U186020736508]
Identifier: B148.01.0007
Abstract A two-piece taffeta skirt and bodice. The bodice is made from buttercream colored taffeta matching the skirt. However, the sleeves are made from a like colored fabric, but not of the same jacquard (woven print). The bodice is slightly V-necked and closes front-center. Two layers of lace (matches the lace used in the skirt) trim the neck, the cuffs, the bottom of the bodice and the gussets on the sleeves. The center back bodice has four metal hoops for attaching the skirt and four finished...
Dates: circa 1885

Buttercream Colored Taffeta Skirt, circa 1885

 Item — Box B148.01.0002: Series B148.01 [Barcode: U186023259149]
Identifier: B148.01.0002
Abstract A two-piece taffeta skirt and bodice. Skirt consisting of a buttercream colored taffeta overskirt with underskirt. The jacquard print has vertical stripes of left and right facing flowers with stems that run the length of the fabric. The lower edge of the overskirt has tabs that come to points. The tabs are trimmed with buttercream colored piping and lined with taffeta that matches the skirt. The purpose of the tabs is to add weight to the points and made them less likely to flip or flutter....
Dates: circa 1885

Clothing and Accessories

Identifier: B458.01.01

This sub-series contains the clothing items from both Bert Byron and Dolly Grey. Grey's clothing items include her furt coat and matching muff, two pairs of gloves, a pearl collar, and fur collars. Byron's clothing items include a black three piece suit and a black cape.

Dates: 1908-1920

Crocheted Eyeglass Case, circa 1904

Identifier: B201.01.0004.00006

A crocheted eyeglass case with light blue satin lining. Gold metallic colored thread was crocheted using knit and chain stitches to form outer case. Originally belonged to Anna Schatz Rosenthal.

Dates: circa 1904

Edward Green, circa 1903

Identifier: B111.04.0004.0013

Edward Green graduated from Antonio Public Schools in May, 1903. He went on to own Green's Dress Shops of Denver.

Dates: circa 1903

Embroidered Woman's Pump, circa 1915

Identifier: B150.04.0001.0001.00001

A purple leather pump (the right pump) with embroidery over the toe of shoe. The embroidery consists of purple and lavender pansies with green leaves on purple satin background. Two strips of lavender satin are over vamp of shoe and at the end of satin ribbon on inner side of shoe is a lavender ribbon flower. Originally belonged to Sally Fried.

Dates: circa 1915

Ettenson Family Clothing and Hats

Identifier: B178

The Ettenson family lived in Denver, Colorado, and the collection consists of various clothing items and hats that the family wore. There are eight women's hats, three dresses, a silk embroidered bed jacket, a man's smoking jacket, and a child's dress dating from the early 1900s to the 1960s.

Dates: 1900-1970

Family Photographs, circa 1960

Identifier: B304.01.0001.0001
Scope and Contents

Three photographs of Myron Neusteter and two group photographs of Myron and family.

Dates: circa 1960

Frances Wisebart Jacobs Clothing and Papers

Identifier: B148
Abstract Frances Wisebart Jacobs, born in 1843, earned the nickname "Mother of Charities" because of her many efforts to assist the poor, the homeless, and the disenfranchised. She joined or helped to found charitable organizations and events in Denver, Colorado, and at the national level, and she was instrumental in raising support for the construction of Jewish Hospital in 1892. The collection consists of clothing that belonged to Jacobs and to a relative and contemporary of hers. Also...
Dates: 1882-1994; Majority of material found in 1882-1924