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Textile Society Of America Newsletter 5:12 – Winter 1993 Jan 1993

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 5:12 – Winter 1993

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Tours & Travel
TSA Board of Directors
Letter from the President
Announcements
Conferences, Meetings, Symposia
Lectures, Classes & Workshops
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Thurman Honored
States of the art library opens
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Spring Textile Shows in NYC
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The Development And Use Of Bib Overalls In The United States, 1856-1945 , Ann Revenaugh Hemken Jan 1993

The Development And Use Of Bib Overalls In The United States, 1856-1945 , Ann Revenaugh Hemken

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In the past, costume historians have expended much effort researching fashionable dress. Now scholars are gaining in awareness of the need to also study common, everyday dress. Much of the research done to date has focused on women's clothing, but that, too is changing, with the realization of the need to consider men's clothing. Not only are costume historians beginning to look at everyday clothing, but clothing manufacturers are also interested in learning about the history of their products, because this information can be applied to advertising campaigns and company promotional literature. Perhaps the findings will also shed ...


Normal Editions Workshop Newsletter, 1993, School Of Art Jan 1993

Normal Editions Workshop Newsletter, 1993, School Of Art

Normal Editions Workshop Newsletter

Annual newsletter for the Normal Editions Workshop, School of Art, Illinois State University.


The Uses Of Art: Medieval Metaphor In The Michigan Law Quadrangle, Ilene H. Forsyth Jan 1993

The Uses Of Art: Medieval Metaphor In The Michigan Law Quadrangle, Ilene H. Forsyth

About the Buildings

Within the architectural diversity of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus, a campus with a spread and a variety as extended as that of the university community itself, there is a place apart: the Cook Law Quad. The distinct ambiance created by the quad's buildings seems at variance with the melange that marks the rest of the campus where the free growth of the university over a long period of time has resulted in structures of various styles and uneven levels of distinction. Yet the quad's special character is not simply a matter of its architectural unity, as is ...


The Meaning Of Apparel Quality Through The Perceptions Of Apparel Production Managers And Operators, Heidi Patricia Scheller Jan 1993

The Meaning Of Apparel Quality Through The Perceptions Of Apparel Production Managers And Operators, Heidi Patricia Scheller

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Review Of The Origins Of Modernism In Russian Architecture By William C. Brumfield, Wendy Salmond Jan 1993

Review Of The Origins Of Modernism In Russian Architecture By William C. Brumfield, Wendy Salmond

Art Faculty Articles and Research

Wendy Salmond reviews The Origins of Modernism in Russian Architecture by William C. Brumfield.


Dressing Behavior In Eighteenth Century Virginia 1740-1800, Joanna Margaret Masters Jan 1993

Dressing Behavior In Eighteenth Century Virginia 1740-1800, Joanna Margaret Masters

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


A Cultural Analysis Of Furniture-Making In Petersburg, Virginia, 1760-1820, Johnathan Prown Jan 1993

A Cultural Analysis Of Furniture-Making In Petersburg, Virginia, 1760-1820, Johnathan Prown

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Promethean Birthday, Joseph Picconatto Jan 1993

Promethean Birthday, Joseph Picconatto

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Cover Art, C. L. Adams, Ephraim Alexander, Brian Ziska Jan 1993

Cover Art, C. L. Adams, Ephraim Alexander, Brian Ziska

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Autunno Angelo, Caniglia Da Carlentini Jan 1993

Autunno Angelo, Caniglia Da Carlentini

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Launcelot, Mary Elizabeth Trahanovsky Jan 1993

Launcelot, Mary Elizabeth Trahanovsky

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Nude In Light, Sau Kan Winifred Nip Jan 1993

Nude In Light, Sau Kan Winifred Nip

Sketch

No abstract provided.


The Dunwich Horror, Jeff Cline Jan 1993

The Dunwich Horror, Jeff Cline

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Pagliaccio, Caniglia Da Carlentini Jan 1993

Pagliaccio, Caniglia Da Carlentini

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Extirpa, Carol M. Berg Jan 1993

Extirpa, Carol M. Berg

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Ronald And Nancy, Stephanie Kahl Jan 1993

Ronald And Nancy, Stephanie Kahl

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Industry Steals The Couch As Nature Bows Away, Jason Endres Jan 1993

Industry Steals The Couch As Nature Bows Away, Jason Endres

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Earth Children, Kari Mckay Jan 1993

Earth Children, Kari Mckay

Sketch

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Graduate Bulletin, 1993-1995, Moorhead State University Jan 1993

Graduate Bulletin, 1993-1995, Moorhead State University

Graduate Bulletins (Catalogs)

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Potty-Talk In Parisian Plays, Elizabeth Mix Dec 1992

Potty-Talk In Parisian Plays, Elizabeth Mix

Elizabeth K. Mix

Probes on the use of scatological references in theatrical productions at the end of the 19th century with focus on the plays `La Berline de l'emigre' by Henry Somm and `Ubu roi' by Alfred Jarry. Interpretation as comments upon the bourgeoisie and their position with the lower class; Manifestation of hatred of the bourgeoisie in the ideas and practices of the anarchists; Use of scatological dialogue; Excerpts.
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Historic Costume Reproductions – Higgins Armory Museum, Arlene Handschuch Dec 1992

Historic Costume Reproductions – Higgins Armory Museum, Arlene Handschuch

Arlene Handschuch

The Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, MA had one of the largest displays of armor and arms in the western hemisphere. To complement the armor on display in the main gallery and to enhance their educational programs, the Museum commissioned my research, drafting and construction of a collection of renaissance and medieval historic costume reproductions. The costumes are used under the armor exhibited on display forms, on horse display forms for jousting exhibits, for display with dog armor, for wear by the educational staff during their educational presentations and for images printed on postcards sold in the Museum’s gift ...


Purification And Characterization Of Porin From Corn (Zea Mays L.) Mitochondria, Philadelphia University Dec 1992

Purification And Characterization Of Porin From Corn (Zea Mays L.) Mitochondria, Philadelphia University

Philadelphia University, Jordan

No abstract provided.