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    • Ikat shoulder scarf (Hinggi)

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    • Ikat shoulder shawl: hand-woven with a design in the tradition of the island of Sumba. Design includes stylized men, animals, and plants woven in dark brown, tan, orange and blue. A Hinggi is identified as a shoulder cloth, though in some instances...
    • Pair of silk panels

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    • Pair of silk panels embroidered in ""Lost Peking Stitch"" using black, white and shades of blue thread. The panels mirror each other with each depicting a flying phoenix and five-toed dragon over water. The background is filled with images of bats,...
    • Batik tulis

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    • Batik of dark blue and tan on natural color cotton. Garuda pattern. This particular pattern is known as seman, using a wing motif based on the mythical Garuda bird, charger for the god Vishnu.
    • Pair of framed silk panels

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    • A two panel garden scene embroidered on green silk using shades of green, blue, brown, black and white thread. The panels are mirror images of each other and depict trees, flowers, butterflies, flowing water and a pagoda. Two maidens, one seated...
    • Batik Tulis

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    • Batik Tulis with a design based on marine motifs. Dominant colors are natural, dark blue and rust brown. An example of category of designs using plants or creatures common to the Islands. No exact replica of any of the figures in the over-all...
    • Woman's embroidered wedding coat with accessories

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    • Elaborately embroidered white silk wedding coat with red silk lining. The coat or 'uchikake' with cotton stuffed heavy bottom, is worn over white silk kimono for weddings, draping onto floor at the back of a bride, designed with chrysanthemum and...
    • Woman's shoulder sash (Rachu)

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    • Rachu. Women's green shoulder scarf embroidered with trianges using pink floss. These scarves are worn in dzongs, government offices, other official or religious places. These are the women's equivalent of the men's Kabney.
    • Woman's traditional dress (kira)

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    • A kira from Western Bhutan. A traditional Bhutanese woman's dress in traditional Buddhist colors. Red woven fabric with lengthwise green, gold and red stripes in various widths. Heavily embroidered in geometric motifs using bright colored pink,...
    • Fan painting with calligraphy

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    • Painting on silver leaf paper using black, grey, and tan. Created in the shape of a fan applied to white-on-white silk damask. Nestled at the bottom of a picturesque hill partially covered with trees is a tea room on stilts surrounded by a lake....
    • Larsen Tractor Museum, Records

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    • "Carlton Zink (Director 1930-1940) employed a number of students at the lab as assistants. This is Clee Smiley, who worked at Waterloo for J.D." He is using a Planimeter to check the trace on a chart from the Drawbar Test Dynamometer.
    • Larsen Tractor Museum, Records

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Basin Lister
    • Basin-lister development by Lester Larsen, 1938-1939. The accompanying text reads" "We next attempted to make a wheel that would have a flexible rim so that the wheel would fit the furrow. This did not prove to be at all satisfactory as the...
    • Larsen Tractor Museum, Records

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Harvesting; Scythes
    • Photographic copy of an illustration showing a man using a cradle type scythe to cut grain. The cradle deposits the grain in a small bundle which is then tied by hand afterwards.

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