Wherever possible, the address of the publisher is given.


H. Russell Robinson, The Armor of Imperial Rome,1967,Arms and Armor Press, Lionel Levinthal Ltd. 2-6 Hampstead High Street, London, NW3 1 PR, U.K.

Anthony M. Snodgrass, Arms and Armor of the Greeks, Arms and Armor Press, Lionel Levinthal Ltd. 2-6 Hampstead High Street, London, NW3 1 PR, U.K.

George Cameron Stone, A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms andArmor in all Countries and in All Times Together with Some Closely Related Subjects,1934, 1961; Jack Brussel, Publisher, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.


Norah Waugh, Corsets and Crinolines, 1954; Second Printing 1970, Theatre Arts Books,153 Waverly Place, New York,N.Y. 10014, U.S.A.


Deborah Dryden, Fabric Painting and Dyeing for the Theater, 1981, Drama Book Specialists (Publishers), 821 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10003, U.S.A


Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Fans in Fashion, 1981; Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc., Rutland, Vt., U.S.A.

Garbiel Mourey, Art Nouveau Jewelry and Fans, 1973; Dover Publications Inc., 180 Varick Street, New York, N.Y. 10014, U.S.A.


Hilda Amphlett, Hats, A History of Fashion in Headwear, 1974; The Garden City Press Ltd., Letchworth, Hertfordshire, U.K.

Ruth Turner Wilcox, The Mode in Hats and Headdresses, 1948; Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.


J. Anderson Black., A History of Jewelry; 5000 years, 1974; Park Lane, Crown Publishers, Inc., 1 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, U.S.A.

Guido Gregorietti, Jewelry Through The Ages, 1969; America Heritage Press,

Florence E. Meyer, Pins for Hats and Cravats, 1974; Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A.

Gabriel Mourey, Art Nouveau Jewelry and Fans, 1973; Dover Publications, Inc., 180 VarickSt., New York, N.Y. 10014, U.S.A.


Richard Corson, Stage Makeup, 1975; Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.Y. 07632, U.S.A.


Nancy Bradfield, Costume in Detail, 1730-1930, 1968,Reprinted 1975; Plays Inc., 8 Arlington Street., Boston, MS 02116, U.S.A.

Doriece Colle, Collars ... Stocks ...Cravats: A History and Costume Dating Guide toCivilian Men's Neckpieces 1655 - 1900, 1972; Rodale Press, Emmaus, PN, U.S.A.

Vanda Foster,Bags and Purses, 1982; B.T. Batsford Ltd., 4 Fitzhardinge St., London, W1H OAH, U.K.


Isabel O'Neil, The Art of the Painted Finish in Furniture and Decoration, 1971; William Morrow and Co., Inc.,105 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, U.S.A.


Iris Brooke, Footwear: A Short History of European and American Shoes, 1971, Theatre Arts Books, 153 Waverly Place, New York, N.Y. 10014, U.S.A.

Ruth Turner Wilcox, The Mode In Footwear, 1948; Charles Scribner's Sons, 597 5th Avenue, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.


Monona Rossol, Art Hazards News, (ongoing newsletter), Center for Occupational Hazzards, 5 Beekman Place, New York, N.Y. 10038, U.S.A.


Richard Corson, Fashions in Hair, 1971; Peter Owen Ltd., London, U.K.


This does not include all Theatre Crafts articles on these subjects, but is aselective listing of those articles which I have found most interesting and/or potentiallyuseful. The format used for listing is taken from Theatre Crafts magazines own 10Year Index


Armor Without Hammers, David C. Manwearing, Nov/Dec '77

Low Cost Fabric Modification, Valerie C.Kaelin, Mar '79

Tabbards of Junk, Beverly Norcross, Jan 182


Creating the Right Silhouette, Lynda Bender, Jan/Feb '78

A Revolutionary Approach to Corsets, Mary M. Cesnakas and Anne Jaros, Mar'82


Creating the Lived-In Look, Robin Reid, Nov/Dec '76


Tabards and Headpieces, Jackson Kesler, Nov/Dec '72


Experimenting With New Materials for Masks and Props, Bryan H. Ackler and Marilyn R. Skow, Sept '76

Foam Costumes, Barbara B. Matheson, Jan/Feb '69

Form Casting With Flexible Foam, Alan G. Billings, Oct '69

Garbage to Grandeur, James R. Bakkom, Sept '78

The Plastic Costume, Oct 170

The Plastic Face, Oct '70

Plastic People, John T. Brown and Ernest Foster, Nov/Dec '75

Poor Man's Vacuform Machine, Michael Hottois, Oct '83

Stylized Animal Costumes Using Polyurethane Foam, Annette E. Hoffman, Oct '83

Using Liquid Latex on Costuming, Jane Morgan Henry, Jan '81


Experimenting With New Materials for Masks and Props, Bryan H. Ackler and Marilyn R. Skow, Sept '76

Facing It: A Look at Some Old and New Face Coverings, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, Nov/Dec '70

Form Casting With Flexible Foam, Alan G. Billings, Oct '69

Masks from Hell, Joseph Cranzano, Oct '71

Masks With Movable Jaws for "Ubu Roi", E.T. Kirby, May/June '74

Mummenschanz Masking, Micky Levy, Nov/Dec '74

The Plastic Face, Oct'70

Ralph Lee's Festival Figures for Halloween and Other Appearances, Susan Spector and Stephen Urkoqiz, Oct '77

Reassessing Paper Mache Masks, John T. Oertling, Jan '82

To Make A Mask, Irene Corey, May/June '69


Loafers to Restoration Slippers, Sheila Richards, Nov/Dec '77

Old Shoes from New, Lauretta Stribling, Jan '82

Step by Step Shoes, Frederic Jones, Nov/Dec '71


Hazardous to Your Health: Toxic Substances In the

Entertainment Industry, Randall Davidson, Mar/Apr '78

Costume and Crafts Safety, Susan Lieberman, Apr '85

Monona Rossol: The Center for Occupational Hazards, Susan Lieberman, Apr '85

Planning A New Shop, Leslie E. Rollins, Apr '85

Real-Life Safety for the Craftsperson, James Bakkom, April '85


Building Wigs On A Budget, Katherine Strand Holkeboer, Nov/Dec '80

Learning the Wigmaker's Process, Lenore Naxton, Jan '81

Making Low Cost Wigs from Acrylic Fur, Richard Boss, Jan/Feb 76

There's More toWigs than Hair, Ronald DeMann, Nov/Dec '68

Twentieth Century Peruke Making, Bob Kelly, Sept '69

Yarn Wigs, Bettie Seeman, May/Jun '76

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