Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Anna Ginsberg was born in 1893 to East European Jewish immigrants who had settled in New York City. She completed high school in New York and moved to Denver, Colo., in 1910. In 1912 she married Morris Hayutin, and they had three children: Peryle, Irving, and Arthur. The collection contains household and personal items from the early to mid-20th century that belonged to Anna Hayutin. Most of the textiles in the collection were created by Anna Hayutin herself and include a large number of...
Abstract A black velvet half- or headband-hat with a black veil draped from the middle of hte front of the frame. The wire and cardboard frame is covered with black velvet that has been glued and stapled on over a black nylon lining, and is shaped like an off-center bow, with a knot section in the middle, a large loop on the right with a tail poking through the loop, and a single, large, slightly pointed piece on the left. The frame is cruved to fit around the front of the head. The veil falls past the...
Dates: circa 1955
Abstract A black velvet half-circle shaped hat. There are four black velvet ''leaves'' covered in black velvet. Each of the four ''leaves'' has braid trimming around their edges. Highly decorative tulle covers the hat from the center back and would cover the face to eye level. A large black velvet covered button is at the top center of the hat. The label inside states ''Miss Sally Victor New York.'' Originally belonged to Sara Isaacson Ettenson.
Dates: between 1951-1955
Abstract A soft brim wire framed black velvet hat. The center back has an additional piece of grosgrain ribbon rolled tightly and a small ornamental golden ball stitched into place on top of the roll of grosgrain. The lining of the hat is black taffeta and it has a black grosgrain ribbon hat band. The main interior label in front has: ''May D & F'' and the inside label in back reads: ''Union Made 129901 in USA 6.'' The second interior label in front reads: ''design by d. charles.'' Originally...
Dates: circa 1953
Abstract A black velvet wire framed hat with open square tulle, from the center of the crown to the back, covering three-quarters of the hat. There is a long piece of velvet ribbon coming from center front of the hat. There is a black velvet bow mounted on stiffened felt on the back. The hat has a hatpin. Inside label readss: ''Reggi of Wilshire''. Originally belonged to Sara Isaacson Ettenson.
Dates: circa 1945
Abstract A black velvet wire framed hat with large black open square tulle to cover the face. Beneath two black velvet strips are eight half circle flower petals made from black velvet mounted on stiffened felt, then cut into shape. The hatpin has a black glass square on the end. A black band on the inside rim has a small white daisy in the center of the band. Inside the hat is blue tulle overlay. Originally belonged to Sara Isaacson Ettenson.
Dates: circa 1948
Abstract A navy blue felt hat covered with navy blue feathers held in place by thin navy blue tulle. The front of the hat has a smaller weave blue tulle that would cover the entirety of the face down to the nose. The inside has navy grosgrain ribbon binding. The main inside label reads: ''Luci Puci'' and the second label gives the size as: ''22 1/2''. The inside is also stamped with: ''Made in Italy''. Originally belonged to Sara Isaacson Ettenson.
Dates: between 1959-1963
Abstract A round, midnight blue classic whimsy hat, made completely of heavy blue netting. A flat blue velvet 'X' bow is sewn to the crown of the hat with small velvet leaves and dots scattered across the rest of the hat, accented with blue square wooden beads. No label. The hat is 34 cm in diameter while the bow is 13 cm x 14 cm.
Dates: circa 1960
File — Box D064.0004: Series D064.02 [Barcode: U186023262833]
File — Box B199.05.0016: Series B199.05 [Barcode: U186023246227]
Abstract 3 women's hats of varying styles and 1 envelope including 3 black bobby pins, 1 u-shaped, 2 straight, and a typewritten receipt from the Denver Dry Goods Co., Cherry Creek Center for $6.29. No items are listed and no year, only the date May 27.
Dates: 1950 - 1965