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Sashes (costume accessories)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers to long bands or strips of fabric wrapped around the waist or worn over the shoulder or hips and typically tied, rather than secured with fasteners. They are worn as accessories, honorary symbols, or as part of a military uniform to denote rank or affiliation.

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Donald A. Bloodgood papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 314
Scope and Contents The Donald A. Bloodgood papers (1946-1949; 1 cubic foot) documents the student life and fraternal pledging of former Purdue student Donald A. Bloodgood. The collection consists primarily of artifacts, with limited documentation concerning their use and function by the alumnus. These objects may be useful for researchers interested in the material culture of Purdue’s ROTC and fraternity organizations during the late 1940s. Types of materials include: pledge sashes, pledge boards, letters, and...
Dates: 1946 - 1949; Other: Date acquired: 09/06/2011