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Description: Drawing of the face of a woman in a heart shape, with a written date of Valentine's Day. Text on bottom right reads: "A Woman's Virtue is Man's Imagination...
Description: Western ensemble of jeans, shirt, boots, and cowboy hat designed by Edith Head for Paul Newman in the film "Hud" (Paramount, 1963).
Description: Pencil and ink design for a pleated skirt and sweater for Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (Paramount, 1961). This appears to be an incomplete de...
Description: A Cornish house on Shake Rag Street.
Description: Blueprint plat of Sunset Hills sub-division.
Description: Black and white cartoon depicting two men in an apiary. One man is standing over a beehive with ridiculous electrical equipment strapped to his chest and h...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Costume design for the typing scene ("sc. 44") in "The Counterfeit Traitor", the 1962 war film starring William Holden and Lilli Palmer.
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing of a view from a riverbank of a fly fisherman wearing hip waders standing in a stream hooking a large fish that is leaping...
Description: Costume design for "Who's Got the Action," the 1962 film starring Dean Martin, Lana Turner, and Eddie Albert.
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing of John Anderson and Earle Robert Metcalf (Rob) hunting at night for nightcrawlers to be used for fishing. John is standing...
Description: An Edith Head costume design for a red lame' open-back gown for the character Queenie (Hope Lange) in "Pocket Full of Miracles". This image includes a fabr...
Description: Envelope of a letter addressed to Senator William Proxmire from a constituent in Kansasville, Wisconsin, which graphically illustrates a perceived connecti...
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: Hand-colored drawing on translucent plastic mounted in a card, of a design for a ring with thirteen stones. It is labeled "No. 2" and the number 11079 appe...
Description: Abel Dunning Residence--Mapleside, 3335 University Avenue.
Built in 1853 of buff sandstone from a nearby quarry, this historic Greek Revival farmhouse a...
Description: A pencil drawing of a man holding his hands over his ears, standing next to his bed as though he's just leapt out of it. His expression is similar to that...
Description: A fisherman embraces a trophy Muskelunge (Muskie) while holding his fishing rod. A sign near the fishing rod reads: "Fish Tips."
Sid's poem for the imag...
Date: 1961 ca.
Description: Costume sketch by Edith Head for Stella Stevens' character Jess Polanski in the film "Too Late Blues." The dress is black velvet with white fox cuffs.
Description: Three-dimensional drawing of Miller Electric Manufacturing Co. viewed from above. A small circle is made on the image in pen on the front of the building.
Description: Costume design for "#8 Queenie rehearsal", from the 1961 film "Pocketful of Miracles," starring Glenn Ford, Bette Davis, and Hope Lange.
Description: A pencil drawing of of a costume for Patricia Neal as Alma Brown in the film "Hud". The woman in the drawing is wearing a dress, apron, and low shoes, and...
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