cotton

c. 1940

A: Shirt of light brown cotton with the collar and the short sleeves all trimmed with a band of dark brown cotton. Fastens down the front (on the proper right side) with five (5) mother-of-pearl...

c.1943-1944

This unbleached, plain weave cotton shopping bag is trimmed with blue bias tape. Metal grommets are at the top of the bag. Two grommets hold a matching cloth handle on either side of the top...

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...

c. 2006

This short sleeved, knitted cotton polo styled shirt has a white yoke and sleeves. The body of the shirt is made of veritcally pieced strips of red and white. Horizontally, beneath the yoke, is...

2010

This long=sleeved, black, knitted cotton T-shirt has the Minuteman name, logo and web address printed in white over the proper left breast.. A double tag at the nape of the neck indicates that...

2010

This white cotton knit T-shirt has short sleeves and is printed in dark blue and red. The shirt has two labels at the nape of the neck indicating that it was made by "C Port and Company...

c,. 1940

This is a three piece outfit for a young boy (age 4-6 years). A: Shirt, made of a cream colored textured fabric with a tan collar, short sleeves , left breast pocket (top of which is trimmed...

c. 2005

This knitted cotton tan colored T-shirt has a double label at the nape of the neck that indicates that it was made by "Fruit of the Loom" of "Heavy Cotton" in the United...

c.2008

One green/gray short sleeve t-shirt with yellow writing, "Undocumented U.S. Border Patrol Agent" in all capital letters on the front of the shirt. Two tags at the nape of the neck. The...

2009

Yellow polo shirt, size large, with an embroidered "CB" logo and the name of the company. Buttons are made of plastic. Tags indicate that the shirt is made in Peru of 100% pima cotton...

c. 1915

This pair of Lotus slippers, small shoes for adult women, is made of cotton with small bits of silk used for trim. The shoe and its boot-like top are of black cotton sateen. A band of purple...

2008

This is a pair of large black cotton knit gloves with ribbing on the top of the hand and one snap fastener at each cuff. A) is the right glove, and B) is the left glove. Priscilla ("Polly...

1935

Utility towel, made for the Pullman Company train lines. The towel is white and has a horizontal band in the center, where woven in lighter blue, it says: "Property of the Pullman Company 1935."...

ca. 1935

Apron. Description: Bib-style printed cotton apron, with picot edged organdy ruffle around neck and across bust, lavendar ground with orange, white and yellow flowers, green leafy plane lavendar...

c.1955

Mit was used for removing hot dishes, pots, etc. from the range or oven. Unlike at pot holder, the mit affords protection to the entire hand. Price tag and maker's tag still in place on one side...

1910-1930

Serape. Description: Serape, wool with cotton, and cotton fringe. Mexico 19th century. Many colors, commercial dyes. Green rose, red, yellow, blues, lavendars, white. History: the Serape belonged...

11-Dec-23

A: Metal canteen is silver colored, probably made from aluminum, with a ridged steel lid attatched to the throat of the canteen by a steel chain. Canteen is circular in shape, with a flattened...

3-Nov-12

Postcards written and illustrated on shirt collars and shirt cuffs, family photographs. The writer and artist was Frank Walsh, a miner working in Arizona mines. The recipient was Guy Mooers, his...

4-Dec-12

Postcards written and illustrated on shirt collars and shirt cuffs, family photographs. The writer and artist was Frank Walsh, a miner working in Arizona mines. The recipient was Guy Mooers, his...

27-Apr-16

Postcards written and illustrated on shirt collars and shirt cuffs, family photographs. The writer and artist was Frank Walsh, a miner working in Arizona mines. The recipient was Guy Mooers, his...

c. 1906

White cotton bustle (thin for the fashions of c. 1906) ties around the waist, and has five silver colored grommets. Printed in black: "The Scott, Invisible, Reversible, and Ventilated.......

1928

(R.OwWing 12/95)Wooden clown with painted face,hands and feet. The arms and legs are jointed. The clown has a wooden conical hat and he wears a fabric green, red and white polka-dotted clown...

1928

Wooden clown. White painted face and hands, red painted shoes; green and yellow fabric costume with yellow ruffle and green and yellow pointed hat; jointed at shoulders and hips.

1906

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....

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