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Name Fashion
Archives Entries 63
Library Entries 104
Object Entries 259
Photograph Entries 705

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Image of Mueloa Edwards -

Mueloa Edwards -

Postcard image of Mueola Edwards, six years old.

Image of Ana Lee Briggs -

Ana Lee Briggs -

Real photo postcard of Ana Lee Briggs 14 x 8 cm.

Image of Mother's Pride -

Mother's Pride -

Print entitled, "Mother's Pride," showing a Mother pictured with her son in a lithograph from E. C. Kellogg

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Papers - Hutcherson, Anna

Paper: "Folklore in Rapping" written by Hutcherson for a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University. Includes pictures from 'Right On' and ' Word Up' magazines.

Image of Fashion & Finance Luncheon invitation -

Fashion & Finance Luncheon invitation -

Fashion & Finance Luncheon invitation, hosted by Edward Jones, Bowling Green, Ky., Wednesday, May 28, no year. 11.5 x 16.1 cm.

Image of Pen and Paper, Inc. Doncaster Spring and Summer Collection of 2003 invitation -

Pen and Paper, Inc. Doncaster Spring and Summer Collection of 2003 invitation -

Doncaster Spring and Summer Collection of 2003 invitation, Pen and Paper, Bowling Green, Ky., April 26-27, 2003. 10 x 15.1 cm. (folded)

Image of Blonde Boys -

Blonde Boys -

Two small children sit together in a chair outside of a house.

Image of Josephine Cherry Lowman -

Josephine Cherry Lowman -

Josephine Cherry Lowman in a hat with felt fringes. The image is by Jo Caffey.

Image of Temperance Parade -

Temperance Parade -

Postcard image of a Temperance parade around Fountain Square Park in Bowling Green, KY.

Image of Fall fashion for 1851 -

Fall fashion for 1851 -

Fall fashion for 1851 highlighting female rights with notation of "A New Declaration of Independence."

Image of Le Follet Menswear Illustration -

Le Follet Menswear Illustration -

Le Follet Illustration dating from1845. Illustration from a popular Parisian fashion plate magazine entitled "Le Follet. " Image shows three upper class gentlemen, two are standing and one is seated on a Victorian style sofa. The two standing are wearing 19th century clothing, including top hats, vests, and frock coats. Both men are holding canes. The gentleman seated wears similar attire, sans top hat and cane. 8" x 10"

Image of E.A. Wright Print -

E.A. Wright Print -

Engraving by E.A. Wright showing the head and shoulders of a woman. She has a "Gibson Girl" upsweep hairstyle and is portrayed carrying a bouquet of roses. The girl is fair skinned and dark haired.

Image of Children's Costume Illustration -

Children's Costume Illustration -

Black and white drawing of children's wear dating from ca. 1850 to 1870. Five children are illustrated. Two girls wear dresses similar to adult women's dress of that time with wide, high lace collars. One boy is shown, wearing a double breasted coat and sailor tie. The other two children are very young and dressed in white muslin gowns.

Image of Haggar Days at Castner Knott -

Haggar Days at Castner Knott -

Small magazine insert from the Nashville-based department store Castner Knott dated 1991. The mailer shows menswear, including blazers and sportcoats, ties, and dress slacks.

Image of One Hundred Years Of Fashion -

One Hundred Years Of Fashion -

Page from an encyclopedia showing the evolution of dress for women

Image of Papers - Moore, Mary (Taylor) Leiper Moore, 1885-1973

Papers - Moore, Mary (Taylor) Leiper Moore, 1885-1973

Radio scripts, correspondence, research notes, and newspaper clippings of Kentucky Building director, Mary (Taylor) Leiper Moore. Moore served as director of the Kentucky Building at Western Kentucky University from 1931 to 1956. Also includes articles and speeches written by Moore.

Image of Woman Holding Rose -

Woman Holding Rose -

Carte Postale Postkarte....international postcard series, # 1495

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Papers - Bolick, Molly

Paper: "Embodied Art: Identity, Adornment, and Style in Women's Flat Track Roller Derby" by Molly Bolick for a folk studies class at Western Kentucky University. This project was entered in the 2012 Folklife Archives Award Competition. This paper discusses the style and self-expression of women who participate in roller derby.

Image of Shady Nook -

Shady Nook -

Print "A Shady Nook" copyrighted and published by Hill & Co., Augusta, Me. The print was given to Minnie Lee Love in 1885 by her mother, Mary Elizabeth Ferguson Love (1846-1928) of Horse Cave, KY. 23 x 43 cm.

Image of African American Child -

African American Child -

Postcard of an African American (Black ) child wearing winter clothing; she has on a wool coat, hat and has her hands in a matching muff. Please help identify the person in this photograph, send information using the feedback button or by calling 270-745-5083. The photograph was taken by the Hurd Studio in Bowling Green, KY. 14 x 8 cm.