FMNH 107990.nosub[3]

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 34-9 | Country: Philippine Islands | Locality: | People: Moro Stock. | Name: Robe, very fine mesh, woven of native material. Three pieces sewn together lengthwise. Designs painted in black on 1 side only. Central design 8 pointed star surrounded by 8 bids, leaves and various other designs. | Collection: Presented by James Edgar Miller. Collected by Prof. Wood 1912. | Notes: Stored at 350.13.27 | Width: | Length: | Height: | Price: Gift. | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 107838 | ENT | Acc. 1705 | [ILLUSTRATION] [1 hand drawing] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] around border | [BACK] | 
Catalog Number: 107990.nosub[3]
Description: robe
Materials: mesh, paint
Cultural Attribution: Moro
Locality: Philippines, Philippines
Accession Number: [1705] J. E. Miller (Gift)
Accession Year:
Continent: Asia
Country: Philippines
Collector/Source: J. E. Miller
EMu IRN: 1008440
GUID: 63adffe0-485b-4333-a25c-1fefe1211db3

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