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Northwest Airlines flight attendant's uniform
Northwest Airlines flight attendant's uniform worn during the winter of 1965-66. Uniform consists of five components: long-sleeved jacket lined in blue taffeta (A); knee-length skirt with side zipper placket (B); short-sleeved cotton blouse with inset placket and round neckline (C); tam-style hat with stitched trim designed by Mae Hanauer of New York (D); and wool coat with raglan sleeves, pleated back, dolman belt and brown satin lining (E).
Content Category: artifacts
20 inches length (1976.40.1.A, jacket, center back)
16 inches width (1976.40.1.A, jacket, shoulder)
24 1/2 inches length (1976.40.1.B, skirt)
12 inches width (1976.40.1.B, skirt, waist)
19 1/2 inches length (1976.40.1.C, blouse, center back)
16 inches width (1976.40.1.C, blouse, shoulder)
2 inches height (1976.40.1.D, hat)
8 inches width (1976.40.1.D, hat)
9 inches depth (1976.40.1.D, hat)
41 inches length (1976.40.1.E, coat, center back)
20 inches width (1976.40.1.E, coat, shoulder)
Issued by: Northwest Airlines, Inc.
Made by: Delta Uniforms
Designed in: New York, United States
Used in: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Aerospace and balloons
Clothing. Women's Special Purpose Clothing. Uniforms. Unclassified
Use: Not earlier than 1965 - Not later than 1966
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1976.40.1.A-E (Accession Number)