21 Object Results

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Blonde mink beret, grosgrain band, lining of beige, brown, yellow paisley pattern satin. Worn by Mrs. O'Reilly at the graduation of her son James Tim O'Reilly from USNOCS 1962. See photograph.

91.49.15
Dress
circa 1960

Knee-length, sleeveless pink dress with bold purple and lime-green flowers with yellow leaves, zipper down back. Could be made of either silk or polyester.

91.49.10 AB
Hatbox
circa 1950

Square tan hat box, green polka dots on lid, plastic pull out handles on side from J.J. Hudson Co, Detroit (label: white wreath indicates former contents.

91.49.9
Hat
circa 1950

White tulle (turban) with inner band of white grosgrain.

91.49.8
Hat
circa 1950

Light blue tulle (turban) trimmed with veiling, inner band with blue grosgrain, trimmed at back with three fabric leaves.

91.49.6 AB
Hatbox
circa 1950

Round pink hatbox with lid; gold trim and label; gold colored cord handle across tip; (label: clip ons, veils, straw beret indicates former contents. Marked with Eleanor H. Baker 4 Thurston Ave.

91.49.4
Hat
circa 1950

Brown felt hat with a close fitting brim turned up on the left side. The right side is folded and draped with an inner band of brown grosgrain ribbon. Two side combs attached and elastic cord. "Bak...

91.49.3
Hat
circa 1950

Maroon velour hat with close fitting brin with an inner band of red and gold woven pattern tape. Two side combs attached and elastic cord. ''Baker" embroidered on band.

91.49.2
Hat
circa 1950

Gray velour hat with a draped red velvet band and bow. Brim turned up on one side. Inner band with multicolor woven pattern tape. "Baker" is embroidered on band.

91.49.1
Hat
circa 1950

Black velvet trimmed with draped band of mauve and purple velvet. Narrow wired brim. The inner band of gold and red woven pattern tape. The crown is crushed. "Baker" is embroidered on the band.


Pair of woman's aqua colored dyed silk spike heeled shoes. Shoebox is aqua colored cardboard with "Vincent Draper" logo printed on it.


Men's dress pumps, black leather with grosgrain bow at toe.


Pair of women's high heeled shoes (spike heels), blue dyed silk, heels have steel base. Dark blue cardboard shoebox with "pierre" printed on top and sides.

91.49.17
Petticoat
circa 1950

Mid-calf-length petticoat with satin and lace trim; upper third is a stretchy nylon material, elastic waist, two layers of fabric with three layers of ruffles along hem. Labels says it's a size 12.

91.49.14
Dress
circa 1950

White silk dress with green, blue and pink floral pattern; short sleeves, square insert, beaded bodice. From the California Shop, Newport, RI.

91.49.11
Dress
circa 1950

Knee-length party dress with blue velvet straps over shoulders; cotton fabric with purple, blue and green floral print; fabric is woven with velvet accents; two half flower decorations sewn onto wa...

91.49.5
Hat
circa 1947 – 1960

Lavender felt hat in a mushroom shaoe with a puffed brim sewed in scallop effect. The inner band is made of black grosgrain. Two side combs are attached with elastic cord. "Baker" is embroidered on...


Casting patterns: pair of wooden patterns used to make brass or iron castings for pulleys on fishing dories. From J.T. O'Connell's supply company. Used primarily to pull in long heavy lines of cod...


Cotton knee-length dress with blue and green floral print, scoopneck, sleeveless, zipper down back; each flower has a rhinestone set in the center; two small belt loops at waist, no belt with dress.


Pink velvet dress with pink satin trim, collar. V-neck, two buttons and belt; cuffs come with matching covered cuff links, one is missing.


Woman's floor length cream color dress with train, empire waist, sweetheart neckline, zipper on left side.

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