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PERU: NAZCA FABRIC.
Tie-dyed gauze made by the Nazca civilization of ancient Peru, 200 B.C. - 600 A.D.
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DORÉ: LONDON, 1872.
'Gloucester Street, New Cut - Old-Clothes Mart.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré, from the series 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1872.
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CHINA: CLOTH-MAKING, c1906.
The process of separating the threads of cotton in preparation for weaving Nankeen cloth, Nanking, China. Stereograph, c1906.
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DRESSING ROOM, c1913.
A dressing room in an American home decorated with furniture and curtains in black chintz. Photographed for 'The House in Good Taste,' by interior decorator Elsie De Wolfe, published in 1913.
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GEORGE LUCAS (1944-).
American filmmaker. Photograph by Martin Sachse, 20 July 2008. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Martin Sachse / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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GEOGRAPHY.
Austria, South Tyrol, peasant people in tradional clothes with their Haflinger horses , date unknown, probably around 1910.
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AD: HAT BANDS, c1910.
'The Wick fancy hat bands. Cheer up - show your colors.' Advertisement for the Wick Narrow Fabric Company. Chromolithograph, c1910.
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PERU: CHANCAY TEXTILE.
Pre-Columbian embroidered fabric with nine monkeys, from Chancay, Peru.
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AD: SOIESETTE, 1927.
American advertisement for Soiesette fabrics, 1927.
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AD: FABRIC, 1947.
American advertisement for Byrd Cloth, a Reeves Fabric, 1947.
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BORIS SPASSKY.
Russian chess champion Boris Spassky july 6, 1973. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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CREATION TERGAL.
in a swimming pool : Marie-Jose Nat, Jackie Mollot, Yori Bertin, Veronique Verlhac and Sophie d'Estrade in bra and Tergal trousers on february 2, 1959 to prove the new creations by tergal are crease-resistant. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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CHINA: SILK MANUFACTURE.
Women ironing a completed bolt of silk cloth. Detail from 'Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk,' a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, early 12th century, after a work by a T'ang Dynasty artist of the 8th century.
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COPTIC TEXTILE FRAGMENT.
Vine growing in an urn, possibly meant to represent the tree of life. Coptic textile fragment, wool and linen, c400 A.D.
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FORTUNY: FABRIC PATTERNS.
Details of printed fabrics by the Venetian-based Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny (1871-1949).
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HENRY INMAN (1801-1846).
American painter. Daguerreotype by Mathew Brady's studio, c1845.
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WWI: REFUGEES, 1919.
Refugee children waiting to be received at the Jerusalem orphanage shelter. Photograph, 1919.
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WWI: REFUGEES, 1918.
Miss Fisher, an American Red Cross worker, with orphan children at a Red Cross shelter in Jerusalem. Photograph, 1918.
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AD: PALMER TIRES, c1900.
Advertisement for Palmer bicycle tires. Lithograph, c1900.
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GOLD CLOTHING ATTACHMENTS.
Persian, 5th-2nd century B.C. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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TANZANIA: MASAI YOUTH.
Photograph, 20th century.
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0125941
WOMEN'S FASHION, 1899.
Sequined white chiffon evening dress with printed design in black, made by Doeuillet of Paris, 1899.
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HINE: HOME INDUSTRY, 1912.
A young girl carrying a bundle of coats for home-work near Astor Place in New York City. Photograph by Lewis Hine, February 1912.
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WORLD WAR II: HOME FRONT.
Women engine cleaners on the Pennsylvania Railroad, taking the place of men fighting in World War II. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, c1943.
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ARCHAEOLOGY.
Fabric with figures of warriors from Peru. Pre-Colombian Ancon Civilization. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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DECORATIVE ARTS.
Empire style carved and gilt wood armchair, with swan-shaped arms, upholstered in silk damask, drawing by Thomas Henry Peters (active 1817-1852) and Michele Canzio (1788-1868),
Italy, 19th century Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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TEXTILE MANUFACTURE, 1834.
Calico printing in a Manchester, England, cotton mill. Steel engraving, 1834 English.
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SUN CH'UAN (182-252).
Wu emperor of China, 222-252. Detail of a painted silk scroll, c650, attributed to Yen Li Pen.
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GEORGIA: TEXTILE MILL, 1913.
Young men and boys working at a Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, April 1913.
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AD: FASHION, 1964.
American advertisement for Fortrel fabric, 1964.
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NOVGOROD, RUSSIA.
Vendors and shoppers at the Russian cloth market in Nijni-Novgorod. Underwood And Underwood.
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NAZARE, LEIRIA, PORTUGAL.
Three women and four children in bare feet stand in front of a boat. W. Robert Moore.
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LOUIS ARMSTRONG (1900-1971).
American jazz musician. At the Aquarium in New York City. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb, c1946.
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ROBERT I (1274-1329).
Called the Bruce. King of Scotland, 1306-1329.
Robert the Bruce taking inspiration from a spider's persistent attempts to spin a web, while hiding from the English in the winter of 1306-07. Drawing by Donn P. Crane, early 20th century.
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WOMEN'S FASHION, 1864.
'Out-Door Dress.' Fashion illustration from an American magazine, 1864.
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JASON WITH GOLDEN FLEECE.
Oil on wood, c1637, by Peter Paul Rubens.
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H.B. CLAFLIN DRY GOODS.
Crowd of male shoppers at the H.B. Claflin Dry Goods store at Worth and Church Streets with fabrics for sale, New York City. Photograph, 1905.
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CLOTHING PATTERNS, 1937.
Man laying out patterns for clothing in the factory at 10th Avenue and 36th Street in New York City. Photograph, 1937.
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SEWING, 19th CENTURY.
Original carte-de-visite photograph, 19th century.
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CHANEL FASHIONS, c1935.
Composite photograph highlighting the various features of fashions designed by Coco Chanel, c1935.
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