Warm-up Jacket; William Skinner and Sons Sunbak fabric; 1951.

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Identifier

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Title

Warm-up Jacket; William Skinner and Sons Sunbak fabric; 1951.

Creator

William Skinner and Sons

Date

1951

Description

Warm-up Jacket; William Skinner and Sons Sunbak fabric; 1951. Gold and Blue Warm-up Jacket made of trademark Skinner Sunbak viscose rayon satin face with self reverse wool back short pile. Fabric made in Holyoke, MA in 1951.
Varsity-like gold athletic jacket with darker gold wool interior lining. Dark gold stretch wool knit band with dark blue stripes at waist, collar, and wrists. Metal zipper center front made by Talon. Dark stains right center front and on right zipper placket and throughout bottom back. Some holes and pilling on wool stretch fabric. Dotted marks on right sleeve near hem. Fiber content by wieght: 65% rayon and 35% wool. 100% vrigin wool nap and Genuine Skinner lining. Machine stitched and interior seams serged. Flat-felled seams at side seams, shoulder, armscye. Welt pockets on center front left and right. See TE.T09675.000 for fabric length of the Sunbak.
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Subject

Textiles
Korean War, 1950-1953
William Skinner and Sons
American Textile Industry

Source

Smithsonian Institution

Relation

https://ids.si.edu/ids/deliveryService?id=NMAH-AHB2017q002291&max=150

Subject

Textiles
Korean War, 1950-1953
William Skinner and Sons
American Textile Industry

Citation

William Skinner and Sons, “Warm-up Jacket; William Skinner and Sons Sunbak fabric; 1951.,” Center for Knit and Crochet Digital Repository, accessed June 18, 2024, https://digital.centerforknitandcrochet.org/items/show/28235.

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