This is the Template for Artifact Posts: Give it a descriptive name and include the accession no. here.

Describe what makes this cap interesting. Using the accession no., identify the general style, and components. Link out to museum record, or museum.

this is a picture.
This is so interesting! you won’t believe it.

The Original (use heading 3 thruout)

Go on to describe how it is constructed: stitches, pattern pieces, cloth.

Any notes the museum has about provenance or other details. Museum date; my date, and why. Give details from my notes. What did I see?

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These 3 are part of a Gallery.  it isn’t helpful. Possibly a montage of details. Caption with why each photo is here.

for each photo, link to media file or URL, size it, click “open in new tab”

Questions that remain

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Portraits

Add a period portrait here with a similar cap.  Use Artstor (see my collection there), or MOMA, or other museum-linked images. Add to my WP gallery, and link out from there. Careful about copyright. Talk about how common this one is.

1749-52 John Wollaston (American colonial era painter, 1710-1775) Catherine Harris Smith (Mrs. Ebenezer Pemberton) Artstor IAP.

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The Reproduction

My Reproduction: problems I encountered. What I learned by making this.

depth of field photography of woman in pastel color sleeveless shirt and white sunhat
This is my reproduction. Note this detail. Include attribution, alt text, description.

I have a whole lot to say here.

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My Notes

Click here for notes and pattern: [link]

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PDFs of my notes, pattern, other

Thank Yous and Permissions

This person gave me permission to use images (mine or theirs) and discuss this artifact here. They also helped me in this way.

Photos by the author.

Other Related Scholarship

Does this cap appear in any books?  Write a citation here in APA.

Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pages of chapter). Location: Publisher.  (link to Amazon? Link to Google books?  World cat?)

Does this cap appear in any web pages?  Ditto. make as many links live as possible.

Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from http://Web address

 

Now go back and add categories, links to glossary, tags, links to other scholarship. 

 

 

 

 

 

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