The Historic Costume & Textiles Collection in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University is a scholarly and artistic resource of apparel and textile material culture. The 11,500+ holdings in the Geraldine Schottenstein Wing of the Department of Human Sciences’ Campbell Hall encompass a range of three dimensional objects. These include textiles, and articles of clothing and accessories for men, women, and children, including national dress costume, from the mid-18th century to 21st century fashion designers.
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Short body suit style romper in light blue/green
Pointed flat collar with light green kidskin under collar. Bodice slightly gathered into slightly…
Tan, bright pink, black striped set of hooded top, matching skirt, tan cotton knit vest with tan leather trim, tan leather belt.
a) Hooded top has a…
Gold, rust and olive green stretch yoga outfit. Tank top is single jacquard knit of gold with rust armhole banding and olive band around waist. Pant…
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The Ohio State University is celebrating its Sesquicentennial Anniversary this academic year so we thought we’d take a look at...