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  • ...museums to interest the visitorto Russia, not the least of which are those museums either partly or wholly devoted tocostume. Russian costume museum collectio ...n history,or French ones that stick to costume as couture, Russian costume museums under the Sovietsprimarily collected costume as proletarian artwork. As a r
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  • ...ative dress, and to plan one's triparound stops at some of the appropriate museums, stores, festivals, and theatre events.The single best all-around book for ...al Museum of Man. The Athabaskans: Strangers of the North.Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1974.
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  • ....jpg [http://www.censusfinder.com/alaska-historical-museums.htm Historical Museums of Alaska - A History Guide] ...ak.us/Sheldon%20Jackson/monographs/Headdresses.pdf@160x120.jpg [http://www.museums.state.ak.us/Sheldon%20Jackson/monographs/Headdresses.pdf Headdresses of the
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  • ...in that expectation. The astonishing variety of traditional dress found in museums usingfish skins, walrus guts, porcupine quills, moose hair embroidery, bead '''Museums: '''
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  • ...ume research does not stop with picture books, but should also take you to museums, archives, and old houses to see actual garments, paintings, sculpture, acc
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  • ...l costume historians Janet Arnold, who has copied these things fromEnglish museums.
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  • ...toa career. I would ideally like to do research for costume collections in museums, and Iwas wondering if you know anything about the possibilities of this as [[History100pagesMuseelnx|Costume and Textile Museums &Societies]]
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  • ... somebody higher up. The intended use of the photos is also a factor, most museums will allow photos for personal study, school reports, etc. but won't allow
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  • ... my field, do related public services like curate exhibits of costumes for museums, advise local schools about costumes and makeup for shows, teach every sort
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  • ...useums.html@160x120.jpg [http://www.2heels.com/museums.html High Heel Shoe Museums]
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  • ...e hours they are open, the days they close, and the cost ofadmission. Most museums have one day a week that they are 1/2 off or free, note this aswell. Based [[History100pagesMuseelnx|Costume Museums and Collections around the World]]'''
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  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Fans in Fashion, 1981; Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc., Rutla
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  • ...obility and people of status.Manyof these elegant textiles can be found in museums around the world.However, today using gold or silver in our clothing is imp
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  • [[00pagesUktourUktripindex|travels to costume museums]] to take photos for the Manifesto site.
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  • ...rn by both sexes; numerous examples of Ancient Egyptian jewelry survive in museums (see , and ). Clothing has been less fortunate in survival, but linen texti
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  • [[History100pagesMuseelnx|Links to Costume And Textile Museums & Societies]]'''
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  • ...era.com/costume_sources_of_information.htm Costume Sources of Information, Museums, Galleries and Paintings]
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