machine made

c. 1925

Sleeveless, drop-waist dress of light blue cotton voile with a scoop-neck in the front and smocking at the shoulders (front) and all the way around the dropped waist. The smocking is done in two...

c. 1940

A: Middy-style shirt of blue cotton twill with a white sailer collar, trimmed with blue bias tape. Breast pocket on left side, trimmed with a band of red. Short sleeves have white cuff with blue...

2009-2010

This black cap has a stiff, curved bill and a small black button on the top. Across the front of the cap is machine embroidered in yellow "MINUTEMAN Civil Defense Corps of California....

1910-1930

Cap (servant's - maid's). Description: White cotton plain weave, with two rows of stitched scallops at the curved top edge; three sets of two eyelets each across the bottom edge; (ribbon...

c.1900

Christening dress. Description: coat, dress and slip worn in 1906 at St. Columbus church San Pablo Ave., Oakland, Calif. worn by donor in the year of her birth. Donor's father came to S.f....

7/24/30

Wedding dress. Period or Date: 1930. Description: Eggshell wedding dress worn by donor July 24, 1930 at home wedding in Oakland.

Cataloguing fine, no additional comments. (Joan Severa...

2001

This "onesie" (called that because it is one, a single garment that serves as T-shirt and underpants) is made of peach colored cotton that has been dip dyed, ombred from peach color ro pale orange...

2001

This "onesie" (called that because it is one, a single garment that serves as T-shirt and underpants) is made of pink knitted cotton that has been dip dyed, ombred from pink to rose color to a...

2001

This "onesie" (called that because it is one, a single garment that serves as T-shirt and under pants) is made of white cotton that has been dip dyed, ombred from white to pale yellow to yellow to...

c. 1940

Dress is made from pink cotton batiste, machine embroidered with a pattern of alternating vertical rows of flowers and dots. The dress has a sash attached at either side seam of unembroidered...

1991

The bridegroom is from Nigeria. His family brough the wedding garments for the bride and groom with them from Nigeria. The garments are made of white, green (narrow stripe) and metallic gold...

c.1970-1985

This bright blue bowling shirt has short sleeves, trimmed with a band of red fabric and then a band of white fabric to form a trim at the hem of the sleeves. There is an insertion of red knitted...

20th century

White cotton woven coverlet of a small size, made for a child's bed. It is an embossed weave that depicts the sayings and stories listed above in the "inscriptions." The edge of the counterpane...

1962

Natella or cloak of white, plain weave cotton, stitched in Ethiopia. The natella was worn with a matching shamma (2000.60.2). Professor William Alfred Shack (1923-2000), a social anthropologist...

1962

Shamma or dress of white, plain weave cotton, stitched in Ethiopia. The shamma has a scoop neckline and is sleeveless; those openings are accented with olive green embroidered over cast stitches...

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