High Sierra Women's History: High Sierra Textile & Style History


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 08 November 2017

 

High Sierra Women's History

Textiles & Style History

A Brief History of Underwear this Saturday in Independence,
Sierra Wave, November 2, 2017.


"Presented by Jan Loverin , the Curator of Clothing and Textiles at the Marjorie Russell Clothing and Textile Research Center, Nevada State Museum."

Sorry we missed it! To make up for that, here's a good start for students of High Sierra Women's History:


To Clothe Nevada Women 1860-1920,
Janet I. Loverin and Robert A. Nylen ; edited by Donald R. Tuohy,arson City, NV : Nevada State Museum, ©1990.


Comstock Needleworkers in Comstock Women: The Making of a Mining Community,
Edited by Ronald M. James & C. Elizabeth Raymond, Reno, Nevada, U of Nevada Press, 1998.


World Cat Entry


Jan Loverin is the Curator of Clothing and Textiles at the Marjorie Russell Clothing and Textile Research Center. She has her M.S. in Home Economics and Museum Studies from the University of Nevada, Reno. Together Jan Loverin and Curator of History, Bob Nylen have published “To Clothe Nevada Women 1860-1920” and are co-authors of Comstock Needleworkers in Comstock Women: The Making of a Mining Community. Jan is a member of the Costume Society of America and the International Council of Museums, Costume Committee and has presented papers for both professional organizations.

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