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Description

Red velveteen waistcoat; long--similar to 18th C. costume; no collar; three gilt buttons; cut away waist; two pockets with flaps; back section and lining of red dotted cambric (also used in coat); buckle and strap closure at back; front sections are padded from shoulder to hem.

Details

Label
In exhibit at The Long Island Museum, Long Island, New York: "Improving the Past, The Colonial Revival on Long Island" from April 26, 2001 - November 18, 2001.
Maker
unknown
Date
1876-1900
Inscriptions
Pencil notes in file: 1) ""Pere Cot's New Bedford Costume"". 2) (in script:) ""Pater's New Bedford Costumes"".
Associated Building
Original to Codman House (Lincoln, Mass.).
Material
cotton (textile)
printing (process)
stitching
velveteen
Object type
Clothing--Outerwear
Descriptive terms
Cambric
cotton (textile)
dots
Dotted
Fancy Dress
fancy dress
Hand Stitched
Men's clothing
printing (process)
stitching
Transfer Printed
velveteen
Velveteen
WAISTCOAT
waistcoats (garments)
Accession Number
1969.7142.3
Credit Line
Bequest of Dorothy S.F.M. Codman
GUSN
7286
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