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Man's Pants
about 1980
Retailer:Sold by G. Fox and Co. , American, founded 1847
Clothing Maker:Made by Unknown
Machine-stitched wool or wool and synthetic blend, with a metal zipper, plastic buttons, and a metal trouser hook
Primary Dimensions (length x width): 45 x 18 1/2in. (114.3 x 47cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Richard Koopman
Description: Man's cuffed pants of an olive green, twill-woven wool or wool blend, flecked with black. The pants have a zipper fly and belt loops. The front closure is a fly front with a black metal zipper. A black plastic button stitched to the proper left side next to the top of the zipper buttons inwards through a buttonhole on the proper right. A metal trouser hook is stitched at the waistband. The waistband is 1 7/8 inch wide. Seven belt loops, 1/2 inch wide and 2 1/4 inches long, are stitched on top of the waistband. Two of the belt loops are sewn two inches apart on the proper right front side, close to the fly. The waistband is lined with a black twill-woven fabric, as is the fly. There are four pockets; one with an angled top at each side seam and single welt pockets on each side back. The back pocket on the proper left has a button for closure. All of the pockets are constructed of black cotton or polyester twill-woven fabric. A dart is stitched for shaping at each side back. The legs fall straight from the knees, ending in cuffs, 1 3/4 inch wide. All of the seams are finished with a machine-made overcast stitch. Permanent creases have been pressed into the front and back of each leg.
Inscription: Written in white on one side of each back pocket, "Koopman".
Object Number: 1995.30.44
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