Union-Made: Fashioning America in the Twentieth Century

Acknowledgements

We begin by acknowledging that Cornell University is located in the traditional homelands of the Gayogohó:no (Cayuga Nation), one of the six Haudenosaunee nations.

Curated By:

Denise Green & Patrizia Sione

Funded in Part By:

Cornell Council for the Arts, Kheel Center (Cornell University Library), Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, and the Department of Fiber Science and Apparel Design in the College of Human Ecology, Cornell University

With Special Thanks to:

Cheryl Beredo, Helen McLallen, Katherine Greder, Kimberly Phoenix, Rachel Doran, Melissa Holland, Barbara Morley, Fiona Woods, Soontira Sutanont, Charles Beach, Jua Shilander, Martie Voland, FSAD administrative staff and CHE Facilities, Building Care, IT Group & Digital Design & Fabrication Studio,

Display Items and Reproductions Courtesy of:

Kheel Center (Cornell University Library), Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, Belinda Hughes, Storyland Vintage, Craig Higgins, and the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection (Drexel University)