The History of Fashion and Dress Week
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digital camera, check the option of having your photos scanned to disk by the processor.
[[history_uafcollection/44477_05|]]1930's party dress from the Theatre UAF Historic Costume Collection Message Board about your garment. The instructor [Maginnis] (and hopefully your fellow students) will give you hints about where to do searches for information on garments similar to yours. Start looking for information that will add to a final report on your study garment.
This Concludes Week #11's Lesson
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- Links to Costume And Textile Museums & Societies
- Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Storing Antique Textiles
- Textile Conservation
- SCMRE Guideline: Acid Free Tissue Paper for Textiles and Costume
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