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  1. Diedrick Brackens
    American, born 1989
    break and tremble

    2019
    Cotton and acrylic yarn
    2019.304
  2. Aaron McIntosh
    American, born 1984
    Freshman Magazine, August 2002 Issue (Broken Links)

    2015
    Cotton and thread
    2018.399
  3. Tina Leser
    American, 1910–1986
    Tina Leser Dress Designs, 1961

    1961
    Sketchbook with fabric swatches
    2017.415
  4. Tina Leser
    American, 1910–1986
    Tina Leser Dress Designs, 1958

    1958
    Spiral-bound sketchbook with fabric swatches
    2017.414
  5. Tanya Aguiñiga
    American, born 1978
    Mend

    2015
    Cotton, wool, and copper-electroplated epoxy clay
    2017.235
  6. John Biggers
    American, 1924–2001
    Untitled [Sketchbook]

    1942–1945
    Bound sketchbook with graphite, watercolor and pastel on wove paper with printed paper board cover and cloth spine
    2017.227
  7. Kay Sekimachi
    American, born 1926
    Untitled

    c. 1970
    Monofilament
    2017.140
  8. James Deane
    American, 1801–1858
    Ichnographs from the Sandstone of Connecticut River

    1861
    Bound book with 37 lithographs and 22 salted paper prints
    2017.8
  9. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  10. Elinor Evans
    American, 1914–2016
    Untitled

    c. 1960–1989
    Wool and cotton
    2016.10
  11. Elinor Evans
    American, 1914–2016
    Untitled

    c. 1970–1980
    Wool, cotton, and wood
    2016.9
  12. Elinor Evans
    American, 1914–2016
    Untitled

    c. 1970–1980
    Wool, cotton, and wood
    2016.8
  13. Jane Sauer
    American, born 1937
    Desert Zone

    1988
    Waxed linen thread, acrylic paint, and foam
    2015.495
  14. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Triangles

    designed 1961
    Linen
    2015.239
  15. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Cutout

    designed 1954
    Cotton
    2015.238
  16. Alexander Girard
    American, 1907–1993
    Ribbons

    designed 1957
    Cotton
    2015.237
  17. Dominic Di Mare
    American, born 1932
    Untitled Plumb Line

    c. 1990
    Hawthorne wood, horsehair, cotton thread, feathers, and stone
    2014.285.A,.B
  18. Norma Minkowitz
    American, born 1937
    Wedge

    1988
    Cotton thread, shellac, acrylic paint, and resin
    2014.276
  19. Ferne Jacobs
    American, born 1942
    Centric Spaces

    2000
    Waxed linen thread
    2014.273
  20. Mary A. Jackson
    American, born 1945
    Low Basket with Handle

    c. 1997
    Sweetgrass, pine needles and palmetto
    2014.272
  21. Mary Giles
    American, 1944–2018
    First Sanctuary

    1993
    Waxed linen and steel
    2014.270
  22. Dominic Di Mare
    American, born 1932
    Letter Bundle #3

    1976
    Paper, hawthorn wood, raffia, linen thread, and wood
    2014.265
  23. Lia Cook
    American, born 1942
    Presence/Absence: Light Touch

    1997
    Cotton and rayon
    2014.263
  24. Dorothy Gill Barnes
    American, born 1927
    Young White Pine

    1995
    White pine
    2014.262
  25. Alfred Stieglitz
    American, 1864–1946
    Stieglitz: A Memorial Portfolio, 1864-1946

    1947
    18 halftone prints
    2013.730.1-.18
  26. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    For the Iron Mine Foundations: Magnet Mountain

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.24
  27. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    On the Edge of Asia Village of Magnetnaya: Urals

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.23
  28. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Chain Belt Movement: Machine Dance Moscow Ballet School

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.22
  29. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Semionova: Premiére Ballerina Great Theatre: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.21
  30. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    At the Lathe "Hammer & Sickle" Factory: Moscow

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.20
  31. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Waiting Their Turn: Children's Clinic: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.19
  32. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Col. Hugh L. Cooper (Chief Consulting Engineer at Dnieprostroi)

    1930, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.18
  33. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    At the Circus

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.17
  34. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Village School: Kolomna: Volga Region

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.16
  35. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Borscht

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.15
  36. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Medical Students: Tiflis

    c. 1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.14
  37. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Soviet Serenade

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.13
  38. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Bolshevic Babies in the Nursery: AMO Automobile Factory

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.12
  39. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Kremlin: Moscow

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.11
  40. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Shock Brigadier

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.10
  41. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Mtskhet in the Caucasus: Ancient Capital of Georgia

    1930–1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.9
  42. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Stalin's Great Aunt

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.8
  43. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Tovarisch Mikhail: Bricklayer

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.7
  44. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    A Priest

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.6
  45. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Street Car Conductor: Moscow

    1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.5
  46. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Ekaterina Dzhugashvili: Mother of Joseph Stalin

    1932, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.4
  47. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    The World's Largest Blast Furnace: Magnitogorsk: Ural Mountains

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.3
  48. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    Steel Worker: Magnitogorsk

    1931, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.2
  49. Margaret Bourke-White
    American, 1904–1971
    The Steppe: Ukraine

    1930, printed 1934
    Photogravure
    2013.729.1
  50. Sonia Sheridan
    American, born 1925
    Nathan Through Time

    1971-2013, printed 2013
    Dye sublimation print on silk
    2013.202

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