University of Minnesota academic hood presented to Gratia Countryman

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Titles University of Minnesota academic hood presented to Gratia Countryman
Description Black academic hood made by Cotrell & Leonard of Albany, New York, and given by the University of Minnesota to Gratia Countryman as part of an honorary Master of Arts degree, 1932. It features a white velvet band with gold and maroon lining.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 41 1/2 inches length (flat)
19 inches width (flat)
Nomenclature hood (headgear)
academic costume
Materials velvet (fabric weave)
cloth
faille
Creation Made by: Cotrell & Leonard
Made in: Albany, Albany County, New York, United States
Subjects Presented by: University of Minnesota - Minneapolis Campus
Owned/used by: Countryman, Gratia A. (Gratia Alta)
Used in: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Women -- Suffrage.
Clothing. Women's Special Purpose Clothing. Graduation Clothing
Dates Use: 1932
Notes Gratia Countryman (1866-1953) was a nationally know librarian who worked at the Minneapolis Public Library and served as President of the American Library Association.

Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 65.195.3 (Accession Number)

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