FMNH 190640.nosub[1]

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum-Ethnology | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 13-7 | Provenience: Santa Maria de Jesus, Dept. of Sacatepequez - Guatemala [Guatemala underlined] | People of Culture: Maya | Object: Huipil | Material: Cotton, velvet, silk | Description:Two-breadth garment; black ground with overall brocading of magenta, purple, lavender, green, blue, yellow, white, and red, covering all but lower third of front and back. Seams machine bound; square neckline decorated with black velvet ribbon. | Dimensions (in cm.): (each side) L.68 X W. 75 | Collection: Purchased from Mrs. Eva de Smith 3 June 1968. | [LEFT MARGIN] ENT | A | 190640 | Field No. | Neg. No. A24 | Acc. 2977 | [BACK] [1 PHOTOGRAPH] 640 |
Catalog Number: 190640.nosub[1]
Description: garment
Materials: cotton, velvet, silk
Cultural Attribution: Maya
Accession Number: [2977] E. de Smith (Purchase)
Accession Year:
District/County: Sacatepequez
City/Town: Santa Maria de Jesus
Collector/Source: Eva de Smith, Eva de Smith
EMu IRN: 1094533
GUID: b8b2f0b1-2ff0-4f46-819e-81e7382ee79f

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