Costume (mode of fashion)

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  • The mode or fashion of personal attire and dress, including the way of wearing the hair, style of clothing, jewelry, crowns, scepters, and other accessories of personal adornment, belonging to a particular nation, class, period, or special occasion, including all items worn or carried by people for warmth, protection, embellishment, or symbolic purposes. In English, generally expressed in the singular.

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2 Archival description results for Costume (mode of fashion)

Esther Winkler Shapiro, RN, PhD papers and memorabilia

  • US AA039
  • Collection
  • 1937-1979

This collection consists primarily of correspondence, documents, photographs and memorabilia dating from Esther Winkler Shapiro’s service as a U.S. Army nurse on the Pacific front during the Second World War, with a smaller assortment of material dating from her time as a nursing student at The Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing. Memorabilia include a World War II Army Nurse Corps uniform and cap, a Japanese flag, and Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing caps. The collection include a shipboard newsletter from the U.S.S. Repose and a hospital newspaper from Thomas M. England General Hospital, locations where Shapiro served.

Shapiro, Esther Winkler

Nursing school graduation items from Eleanor Brieant

The St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing graduation pin with the name 'Eleanor Brieant' and the class year '1952' inscribed on the back, the class pin for 1952 (a rectangle in gold-toned metal, topped by black stone with caduceus emblem on top and the numbers '52' attached by a small chain), pinned to the one inch wide black velvet graduate nurse's cap ribbon.