Dress, Baby

Date:
19th century
Description (physical):

Dress, Baby

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
1989.001
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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Dress

Date:
1749
Description (physical):

Dress

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
1906.0009
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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Dress, Christening

Date:
19th century
Description (physical):

Dress, Christening

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
1900.0064
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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Dress

Date:
ca. 1890
Creator:
Eastern Sioux, Chippewa, Standing Rock Reservation, SD
Description (physical):

Dress. Velvet | cotton | glass ~ beads | dentallium. arm length: 53.5 in, L: 51 in.

Location:
720 Sheridan Avenue,Wyoming,Cody,82414
Identifier:
NA.202.1142
Institution:
Buffalo Bill Historical Center
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Dress

Date:
2000
Creator:
Eastern Shoshone, Swallow-Moradi, Sandra, Swallow, Vivian Louise, Swallow, Wilma Jean, Wyoming
Description (physical):

Dress. Native tanned elk hide | glass beads | imitation ~ hair ~ bone. L: 54 in, W: 35 in.

Location:
720 Sheridan Avenue,Wyoming,Cody,82414
Identifier:
NA.202.1139
Institution:
Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Dress and Jacket

Date:
ca. 1980-1990
Creator:
Hosanna
Description (physical):

(a) L: 49'' W: 15'' (b) 30 1/4'' W: 18''

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2005M.012.007
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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Lilly pulitzer Tennis Dress

Date:
ca. 1960s-1970s
Creator:
Lilly Pulitzer
Description (physical):

H: 27'' W: 12 1/2'' (shoulders)

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2003M.024.003
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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Blackfeet woman's beaded dress, ca. 1890

Date:
1890

This dress, made by the Blackfeet tribe, represents the Our Peoples collection. The collection details the interactions between American Indians and Europeans over the last 500 years. In the struggle for survival, nearly every Native community wrestled with the impact of deadly new diseases and weaponry, the weakening of traditional spirituality, and the seizure of homelands by invading governments. But the story of these last five centuries is not entirely a story of destruction. It is also about how Native people intentionally and strategically kept their cultures alive.

Location:
4th St and Independence Ave SW Washington,District of Columbia 20560
Identifier:
13.2383
Institution:
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

Vest

Date:
1890-1895

Douglass's personal vest made of linen. He wore this during the cool seasons.

Description (physical):

Textile. L: 66.5 cm, W: 37.5 cm

Location:
1411 W Street SE Washington,District of Columbia 20020
Identifier:
FRDO 3140
Institution:
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

Union Officer's Dress Coat

Date:
c. 1862

This coat belonged to Major Ferdinand Brothers, a medical officer in the 8th Regiment Cavalry Missouri State Militia Volunteers.

Description (physical):

Wool, velvet, brass. L 89.3, W 42.6 cm (shoulder-to-shoulder)

Location:
3201 Clay Street Vicksburg,Mississippi 39183
Identifier:
2010.0001.0008
Institution:
Vicksburg National Military Park