Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Morning suit

Department Store:
Albert H. Kadlec (American)
Department Store:
Brooks Brothers (American, founded 1818)
Designer:
Delion
Department Store:
Abraham & Straus
Date:
1936–37
Culture:
American
Medium:
wool
Credit Line:
Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Robert E. Blum, 1985
Accession Number:
2009.300.1018a–g
Not on view
Marking: Label (a.): "Albert H. Kadlec 10 E. 52nd St./New York/Mr. R. E. Blum May 1937"
Label (b.): "Albert H. Kadlec 10 E. 52nd St./New York/Mr. R. E. Blum November 1936"
Label (c.): "Albert H. Kadlec 10 E. 52nd St./New York/Mr. R. E. Blum"
Label (d.): "Brooks Brothers"
Label (e.): "Brooks Brothers"
Buttons (e.): "Brooks Brothers"
Stamped in headband (f.): "Made in England to our order/Brooks Brothers/New York and Boston/REB"
Stamped on (g): "Delion/? 4 Champs Elysées/Imported by Abraham & Straus/Brooklyn"
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