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Women's clothing

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:

Slippers with Gold Ribbon, between 1906-1956

Identifier: B201.01.0003.00012

White satin lined woman's leather slippers with painted motifs. The slippers each have a bow made outof the same painted material. Around the outer openings of the slippers is gold metallic trim and on the inside is yellow cotton trim. The dominant motif is black with gold and either blue, red, yellow or green detail in various shapes of floral, circular, 'snowflake' and 'peacock' designs. Originally belonged to Anna Schatz Rosenthal.

Dates: between 1906-1956

Sophie Peterman Wedding Dress

Identifier: B249

Sophie Miller Peterman was born in 1900 in Denver, Colorado. She was the daughter of Lithuanian immigrants Anna and Robert Lazar Miller, who were pioneers of Denver's Jewish community. In about 1920, Sophie Miller married Joseph (Joe) Peterman, and they had a daughter named Norma. Sophie Peterman died in Denver in 1986. The collection consists of one ivory satin wedding gown worn by Sophie Peterman on her wedding day.

Dates: 1915-1920

Tan Velveteen Dress, circa 1927

Identifier: B178.02.0006.00002
Abstract A tan velveteen formal length dress hand-stitched together. This view shows the front of the dress. There are layers of gold sequins and gold beads in a curved/arched design. The front neck velvet drape has a round velvet covered weight that hangs on the inside of the gown to keep the drape in place. The dress has a plunging back. The underdress is a peach colored rayon shift with thin straps. The overdress is attached to the underdress at the waist. Originally belonged to Sara Isaacson...
Dates: circa 1927


Identifier: D096.01
Scope and Contents

This series contains clothing donated to the Lloyd Shaw Foundation. Clothing consists of dresses, petticoats, pantaloons, cowboy boots, men's shirts, skirts, and pants.

Dates: 1850-2007

Wedding Gown with Waist Drape, between 1915-1920

Identifier: B249.01.0001.00001
Abstract A wedding gown with a waist drape. The bodice has three layers: bottom layer consists of ornate copper threads on ivory satin fabric (originally part of another garment made approximately ten years earlier); the middle layer is silk, and the top layer is silk jacquard. From the waist down, there are two layers: bottom layer is a fine thin silk underlay and the top layer is an off-white silk jacquard overdress. There are capped chiffon sleeves and a cotton petersham waistband that also serves...
Dates: between 1915-1920

Woman's Black Compact Case, circa 1915

Identifier: B173.01.0004.00001

A woman's black faille make-up case with belt loop and square make-up compact. A triangular cutout in the center top of the case allows visibility of a rhinestone ornament on the make-up compact that fits inside. This view shows the front of the make-up case and the rhinestone ornament on the make-up compact. Originally belonged to Irene Stein.

Dates: circa 1915