First Ladies' Fashions and other American collections

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Re: First Ladies' Fashions

Postby Millennium » Mon May 03, 2010 12:09 pm

lady cop wrote:a LOT of collections of all types are shown here:
(there is a coins, currency and medals link)
COLLECTIONS

The National Museum of American History collects artifacts of all kinds—from gowns to locomotives—to preserve for the American people an enduring record of their past.

The Museum has more than 3 million artifacts in its collection. Information and photos of selected objects are available in the online collections database. The database is a work-in-progress and new items will be added regularly. A separate database covers archival collections.



I would comment, but I'm afraid Frank and a few others would throw the topic off, so I'll refrain.
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Re: First Ladies' Fashions

Postby Linnea » Mon May 03, 2010 3:06 pm

Millennium wrote:
lady cop wrote:a LOT of collections of all types are shown here:
(there is a coins, currency and medals link)
COLLECTIONS

The National Museum of American History collects artifacts of all kinds—from gowns to locomotives—to preserve for the American people an enduring record of their past.

The Museum has more than 3 million artifacts in its collection. Information and photos of selected objects are available in the online collections database. The database is a work-in-progress and new items will be added regularly. A separate database covers archival collections.



I would comment, but I'm afraid Frank and a few others would throw the topic off, so I'll refrain.


Like this didn't throw the topic off? Wow. :rofl2:
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Re: First Ladies' Fashions and other American collections

Postby Linnea » Mon May 03, 2010 3:11 pm

Ooooh, I like this one!
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Re: First Ladies' Fashions and other American collections

Postby Linnea » Mon May 03, 2010 3:32 pm

Kind of reminded me of Glinda's dress in The Wizard of Oz... I've always LOVED that dress. And did you know Billie Burke was 53 when she filmed the movie? She's gorgeous.

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