January 21 through Feburary 27, 2016
Kent State University Museum
(L-R)These fashionable women’s wrist length pattern-leather gloves with unique cutwork cuffs were popular in the early 1960s. Kent State University Museum, Gift of Luanna Stahlecker.
Next are the special women’s wrist length tan and navy colored leather gloves popular in the 1940s are readily recognized by their unique two button fasteners. Kent State University Museum, In memory of Blanche M. Bartsche.
The application of darker green colored cuffs and tan leather trim to the pair of 1950s women’s wrist length gloves made them extra special. The decal stamped on the snaps says “Ireland Glove”. Kent State University Museum, Gift of Agnes Bauer.
The pair of embroidered late 19th century men’s suspenders in red colored satin and silk featured genuine leather backing and fasteners. Kent State University Museum, Silverman/ Rodgers Collection.
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