Take some time out from your busy week to go on a virtual tour of three works from the Museum's vast collections. For this thirty-minute tour, we will spend time exploring the art of attire. Suit up!
This program will take place on Zoom and is designed to be interactive. There will be opportunities for conversation and questions. Video is highly encouraged.
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Left to right:
W. Eugene Smith (American, 1918–1978), Ken Knight Sterilizing Suit from Life without Germs. Published in Life Magazine, September 26, 1949, Gelatin silver print. Lent by Laboratory of Bacteriology, University of Notre Dame, L1986.032.002
Marie d’Orleans (French, 1813–1839), Joan of Arc Praying, after 1835, Silvered bronze. Noah L. Butkin Fund, 1993.043
Pokagon artist, Buckskin Suit with Decorative Beadwork [worn by Frank J. Hamilton, Great Grandson of Leopold Pokagon, to the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, IL], ca. 1893, Buckskin leather, beading. Gift of Delores Zimmerman, 1998.067.001