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Hudson Astro Look Nylons
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Details

Object ID 004169

Object Name Hudson Astro Look Nylons

Object Desc Unopened package of Hudson Astro Look nylons, size 9.5. Front of package has image of woman's legs with white boots. Nylons inside are visible from the back of the package.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY004155

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General Category History

Category Clothing

Source

Source Category Donation

Accession Date APR 1,2016

Credit/Acknowledgement Paula Nickel

Location Room 5

Object Date 1967

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords Astro look,Hudson,nylons,womens,


Title Hudson Astro Look Nylons

Description Original unopened package of Hudson "Astro Look" nylons, size 9.5. Front of packaging has an image of a woman's legs wearing white boots. The Hudson logo is in the upper right hand corner with a red background. "Astro Look" is printed in grey at the top center. On the backside the nylons inside are visable through the plastic wrapping. The Husdon logo with red backgound is printed on the upper and lower right hand side. "Astro Look" is printed in grey toward the top, above the Hudson logo. Also on the back is a white seal sticker with a thin red boarder. The sticker reads "Art . 72 / 9 1/2/ Fb. N7 . 07".

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Maker Hudson

Maker Details Started by a group of local entrepreneurs just before World War II, The Hudson Hosiery Co. Ltd. was for many years the only full time industry in the Town (the ice harvesting operations on the Lake of Two Mountains being seasonal) until it was destroyed by fire in March 1965. During its peak years, the "Hosiery" employed some 100 or so local residents.

Maker Mark Hudson

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Conditions

Date APR 27,2016

Summary Good Condition

Assessor Nicole Burdick

Notes Package appear to be unopened. Some of the plastic is torn at upper corners.


Events

Date APR 27,2016

Summary Location change

Notes Location changed to Room 5 from Room 9, Shelf 22 - automatic entry by admin


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