The American Fur-Trimmed Clothes.
NamesWestermann, Anna Burnham (Artist)
Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection
Costume -- 1910s
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1910
Library locationsArt and Picture CollectionShelf locator: PC COSTU-191
TopicsHats -- 1910-1919Women -- Clothing & dress -- United States -- 1910-1919Clothing & dress -- 1910-1919Fur garments -- 1910-1919Coats -- 1910-1919Muffs -- United States -- 1910-1919
NotesContent: Title from folder.Content: Printed on border: "The suit illustrated on the right has a rolling collar covered with stone marten fur, the deep brown tones forming a pleasing harmony with the material of the suit, which is a seal brown camel's-hair cheviot." "5697--Fashioned with the sweeping lines of an old-fashioned mantle is the lovely fur-trimmed wrap on the right for afternoon." "The figure on the extreme right of the group at the top of the page shows an attractive design for a short coat of velvet, silk plush or peau de souris--the new silky finished wool suiting--which may be worn as a separate garment with a skirt of the same material or over a morning or a dressy gown." "5693--On the extreme left is a coat for the woman who likes the more fitted type of garment rather than a loose wrap, and it is a style suitable for any time of the day, depending upon the choice of material." "5695-5696--Camel's-hair cheviot or a soft satin-finished cloth would be exceedingly pretty and useful for the fur-trimmed suit in the center of the group on the left." "Quiet dignity and simplicity of line are shown in the suit illustrated on the right-hand figure in the lower group." Written on mount: "Nov. 15, 1910." Includes additional text.Source identifier: LHJ (Hades Legacy Identifier / Struc ID)
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 print : b ; 37 x 25 cm. (14 1/4 x 9 3/4 in.)
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersDynix: 1637610NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b17122179Barcode: 33333159248646Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 97375a60-c547-012f-24da-58d385a7bc34
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