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Purdue University Pennant

Description

Black triangular felt pennant, with the name 'PURDUE' across the front in gold felt letters. There is a gold ribbon along the left edge of the pennant, with three black and three gold ribbons hanging from it. On the left side of the pennant, there is a picture of a man with surveying equipment.

Details

Maker
unknown
Date
ca. 1930s-1940s
Inscriptions
"Goss Goss / Art Specialty Mfg. Co. / 170 E. Lake Street / Chicago / PENNANTS, PILLOWS, SPECIALTIES / FELT AND LEATHER NOVELTIES, ART PHOTOGRAVURE REPRODUCTIONS" (printed)
"PURDUE"
Location of origin
Illinois
Material
felt (textile)
ribbon (material)
Object type
Documentary Artifact
Places
Chicago (Cook county, Illinois)
Illinois (United States)
Descriptive terms
felt (textile)
Pennant
pennants
ribbon (material)
Dimensions
14 (W) (inches)
Accession Number
2002.19
Credit Line
Gift of Nancy and Lane Goss
GUSN
246936

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