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    • American Women's Himalayan Expeditions/California/USA.

    • American Women's Himalayan Expeditions (Organization); Blum, Arlene, 1945- ; Miller, Irene; Watson, Vera, 1932-1978; Firey, Joan; Kramar, Piro; Rusmore, Margaret Elizabeth; Whitehouse, Annie; Komárková, Vera; Klobusicky-Mailänder, Liz;...
    • Founder, February Quilt Fair / Organizer and first President of the Pajaro Valley Quilt Association / Board member, Watsonville Y.W.C.A. / Member, N.O.W. / also maker of Ruth Asawa Honor Quilt (I really like this idea---just wish I'd tuned into it...
    • Book of Hours, France, early 16th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--France--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts--France--Renaissance, 1450-1600
    • Books of Hours (Horae) were used for private prayers by lay people. Typically Books of Hours included a calendar, Gospel lessons, and hours of daily prayer including Hours of the Virgin, Hours of the Cross, and Hours of the Holy Spirit, as well as...
    • Book of Hours, Italy, late 15th century, fragment.

    • Book of Hours--Italy--Illustrations; Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval--Italy; Manuscripts, Medieval; Illuminations 1200-1500
    • A Book of Hours was the primary text for private lay devotion in the late middle ages and Renaissance. Consisting of the cycle of prayers to be recited at the eight canonical hours or established times for prayers throughout the day, the content of...
    • Manuscript, blank leaf, 15th century, fragment.

    • Books and manuscripts, Medieval
    • A fifteenth century scribe prepared this blank leaf made of animal skin by marking 19 straight lines before writing a text. Animal skin was still being used for many books during this time, although paper was known in Europe by the fourteenth...
    • Original Little Chad and Emmaline.

    • Boys; Girls; Baskets; Bonnets; Costumes--United States; Stringed instruments; Mandolins; Guitars; Fences; American Folk Song Festival
    • A boy, wearing overalls with a straw hat on his knee, plays guitar while leaning on a split-rail fence with a basket at his feet. A girl, standing next to him, plays mandolin while wearing a calico dress with a bonnet hung on her arm. They are...
    • Original Little Chad and Emmaline.

    • Boys; Girls; Baskets; Costumes--United States; Bonnets; Stringed instruments; Mandolins; Guitars; American Folk Song Festival
    • A girl, wearing a calico dress, holds a bonnet and a mandolin, and a boy, wearing overalls and a straw hat, holds a basket and a guitar. They are standing in a field. The children's roles in the American Folk Song Festival ('Little Chad' and...
    • Original Little Chad and Emmaline.

    • Boys; Girls; Log cabins; Baskets; Costumes--United States; Bonnets; Stringed instruments; Mandolins; Guitars; American Folk Song Festival
    • A girl, wearing a calico dress, with a bonnet hanging next to her, plays the mandolin, and a boy, barefoot and wearing overalls and a straw hat, plays guitar. They are sitting outside a log cabin, probably the Traipsin' Woman Cabin on the Mayo...
    • Original Little Chad and Emmaline.

    • Boys; Girls; Log cabins; Baskets; Costumes--United States; Bonnets; Stringed instruments; Mandolins; Guitars; American Folk Song Festival
    • A girl, wearing a calico dress, with a bonnet hanging next to her, plays the mandolin, and a boy, barefoot and wearing overalls and a straw hat, plays guitar. They are sitting outside a log cabin, probably the Traipsin' Woman Cabin on the Mayo...
    • Little Chad playing guitar on rail fence.

    • Boys; Stringed instruments; Guitars; Fences; Baskets; Costumes--United States; American Folk Song Festival
    • A boy identified as "Little Chad," wearing overalls, plays guitar while sitting on a split-rail fence surrounded by trees and plants, with a basket at his feet. "Little Chad" has been named after a child Jean Thomas met at the Singin' Gatherin'...
    • Grawemeyer Hall, after 1949.

    • Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; Grawemeyer Hall (Louisville, Ky.); Rodin, Auguste, 1840-1917. Thinker; Domes; Columns; Street lights;
    • Grawemeyer Hall seen at night. Lights shine through the windows, and two street lights create bright spots of light on either side of the building. The dome, columns, and Thinker are prominent. Grawemeyer Hall was originally known as the...
    • Little Chad and Margie May with gourd banjo.

    • Children; Banjos; Stringed instruments; Corn shocks; Costumes--United States; American Folk Song Festival
    • A little girl wearing a long plain dress and little boy wearing plaid shirt and suspenders and holding a gourd banjo stand, with their backs to the camera, facing a cornfield. 'Little Chad' is a character named after a child Jean Thomas met at the...
    • Little Chad and Margie May with gourd banjo.

    • Children; Banjos; Stringed instruments; Corn shocks; Costumes--United States; American Folk Song Festival
    • A little girl wearing a long plain dress and little boy wearing plaid shirt and suspenders and holding a gourd banjo stand in front of a cornfield. "Little Chad" has been named after a child Jean Thomas met at the Singin' Gatherin' near Brushy Fork...
    • Little Chad and Margie May with gourd banjo.

    • Children; Banjos; Stringed instruments; Corn shocks; Costumes--United States; American Folk Song Festival
    • A little girl wearing a long plain dress and little boy wearing plaid shirt and suspenders and holding a gourd banjo stand in front of a cornfield. "Little Chad" has been named after a child Jean Thomas met at the Singin' Gatherin' near Brushy Fork...
    • Girl before a Mirror.

    • Cubist; Modern (styles and periods); Abstract (fine arts style)
    • "Another stylistic shift in Picasso's work that was influenced by Cubism has been called Surrealism. This term literally means 'above real' and denotes a truer reality than that of the visible world. In the Girl before a Mirror of 1932, Picasso...
    • Girl before a Mirror, detail.

    • Cubist; Modern (styles and periods); Abstract (fine arts style)
    • "Another stylistic shift in Picasso's work that was influenced by Cubism has been called Surrealism. This term literally means 'above real' and denotes a truer reality than that of the visible world. In the Girl before a Mirror of 1932, Picasso...

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