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  • Fragment, 17th century
  • Medium: linen, cotton Technique: plain weave with supplementary weft.
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1896-1-94
  • there are 2 people are associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Fragment, 17th century
  • Medium: linen, cotton Technique: plain weave with supplementary weft.
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1896-1-95
  • there are 2 people are associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Textile
  • woven & printed.
  • Anonymous bequest in memory of Albert and Rebecca Elsberg.
  • 1938-82-144-a/e
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There are 2 images of this object.
  • Purse, 19th century
  • Medium: glass beads, metal Technique: beaded knitting.
  • Gift of Mary S. M. Gibson.
  • 1945-54-26
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There are 2 images of this object.
  • Fringe, 17th century
  • Medium: silk, metallic thread (gold strips wound on a silk core) Technique:....
  • 1905-2-175
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Leather, ca. 1725
  • Leather, embossed, gilded, painted.
  • Gift of George Arnold Hearn.
  • 1903-9-14-a,b
  • Textile
  • Anonymous bequest in memory of Albert and Rebecca Elsberg.
  • 1938-82-148-a/e
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There are 2 images of this object.
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Textile
  • Technique: resist dyed.
  • 1981-9-1
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Textile, 1800–50
  • Medium: glazed cotton Technique: relief printed.
  • Gift of Harold M. Bailey.
  • 1960-79-14
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Bandbox, ca. 1830
  • Block-printed on handmade paper, cardboard support.
  • Gift of Mrs. James O. Green.
  • 1913-12-7-a,b
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  • Bandbox, ca. 1830
  • Block-printed on handmade paper, pasteboard support.
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1913-17-11-a,b
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  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Bandbox, ca. 1840
  • Block-printed on handmade paper, cardboard support.
  • Gift of Mrs. James O. Green.
  • 1913-12-8-a,b
  • Bandbox, ca. 1840
  • Block-printed on paper, cardboard support.
  • Gift of Alexander Wilson Drake.
  • 1913-9-3-a,b
  • Waistcoat Fragment
  • Velvet.
  • Bequest of Richard Cranch Greenleaf in memory of his mother, Adeline Emma....
  • 1962-56-171
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There are 2 images of this object.
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
  • Textile
  • Technique: tapestry woven.
  • Gift of Mr. and Mrs. G. Glen Gould.
  • 1952-105-81
  • There is one person is associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
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  • Towel Fragment, 17th century
  • Medium: linen, cotton Technique: plain weave with supplementary weft.
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1896-1-93
  • there are 2 people are associated with this object
  • This object is part of Textiles collection.
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This object has been digitized but we can't show it to you just yet.
  • Drawing
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1909-13-5