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    • Mosaic

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    • A circus charioteer in a long-sleeved hip-length garment. A blue leather body-piece is fitted on top. Cords are looped elaborately around the chest. Bracchae, tight fitted pants, have extra protective pieces over the knees. They are introduced to...
    • Mother and child

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    • An unusually elegant negligee. Sunflowers, an important motif, are introduced in architecture and décor as part of the Art Nouveau movement
    • Guidoriccio da Fogliano, portrait

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    • Detail. Only the scale of the design differs as this soldier and horse share the same patterned fabric and appear as one. Plated armor is introduced, adding protection to the legs and feet
    • Hairdo

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    • Hair and mousse come together in a style that musicians and the young in general follow after the cosmetics industries introduced mousses and gels for hair shaping (Vallhonrrat, photographer; Italian Vogue, April 1984)
    • Moses P. Kinkaid

    • Congressmen Beef Moses P. Kinkaid
    • In 1902, U.S. Congressman from Nebraska’s 6th District Moses P. Kinkaid introduced legislation that enlarged a homestead from the 160 acres per the Homestead Act to 640 acres in just thirty-seven northwestern Nebraska counties. Kinkaid originally...
    • James H. Caldwell

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    • James H. Caldwell was an actor and manager. Coming to America from England in 1816, he made his acting debut as Belcour in The West Indian first in Charleston then in New York. Although he was an actor of some repute and continued performing until...
    • Jumpin'  Jim Crow

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    • Jumping Jim Crow became a national rage beginning in 1828, when the performer T. D. Rice introduced the dance at Ludlow and Smith's theater in Louisville, Kentucky ; cover to early edition of Jump Jim Crow sheet music ; Rice is pictured in his...
    • Jumpin'  Jim Crow

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    • Jumping Jim Crow became a national rage beginning in 1828, when the performer T. D. Rice introduced the dance at Ludlow and Smith's theater in Louisville, Kentucky ; this painting shows Rice on stage in 1833 at the Bowery Theatre in New York in a...
    • Hazel Kirke

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    • Poster ; Steel Mackaye's first triumph as a director was Hazel Kirke, which he wrote and introduced in the newly refurbished and rebuilt Madison Square Theatre in 1880. Not only did it run in New York for nearly 2 years, it was sent out on the...
    • Hazel Kirke

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    • Poster ; Steel Mackaye's first triumph as a director was Hazel Kirke, which he wrote and introduced in the newly refurbished and rebuilt Madison Square Theatre in 1880. Not only did it run in New York for nearly 2 years, it was sent out on the...

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