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Clothing from Carol Christian Poell Fall/Winter 2007.

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Edvard Munch, Mann og kvinne II (Man and Woman II), 1912-1915

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Celtic women were distinct in the ancient world for the liberty and rights they enjoyed and the position they held in society. Compared to their counterparts in Greek, Roman, and other ancient societies, they were allowed much freedom of activity and protection under the law. The Iron Age Celts were nevertheless a patriarchal people and for the most part men had the ultimate power in politics and the home.Despite this, ancient Celtic women remain an inspiring example of womanhood

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wool blend origami pants / black | STATE

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Valdres. This bunad is made of dark blue cloth with brown velvet details. He is keeping his hands warm with beautifully embroidered mittens.

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The Athenaeum - Man and Woman (Edvard Munch - )

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1700 - talls manns- og kvinnebunad fra Gudbrandsdalen

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U Old Skool - Vans - Svart/Hvit - Hverdagssko - Sko - Kvinne - Nelly.com

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Edvard Munch, Mann og kvinne I (Man and Woman I), 1905

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Great Depression, 1930 ( Photo courtesy Chicago Herald and Examiner ) A young woman buys an apple from an unemployed veteran on South Wells Street in 1930. With the onset of the Great Depression, unemployment hit 25 percent nationally.

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