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Textile Fragment, Manhattan

This is a textile fragment. It was designed by Alexander Hayden Girard and manufactured by American Art Textile Printing Company, Inc. and produced by Herman Miller Furniture Company. It is dated 1958 and we acquired it in 1969. Its medium is mohair (45%) cotton (40%) and rayon (15%) and its technique is discharge on plain weave. It is a part of the Textiles department.

This object was donated by Alexander Hayden Girard. It is credited Gift of Alexander H. Girard.

Its dimensions are

Warp: 11.75 in. Weft: 10 in.

Cite this object as

Textile Fragment, Manhattan; Designed by Alexander Hayden Girard (American, 1907–1993); mohair (45%) cotton (40%) and rayon (15%); Warp: 11.75 in. Weft: 10 in.; Gift of Alexander H. Girard; 1969-165-1308

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