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Historical Pattern Archive


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1. Pre-1850 Patterns 2. 1850 Patterns 3. 1860 Patterns 4. 1870 Patterns 5. 1880 Patterns 6. 1890 Patterns 7. 1900 Patterns 8. 1910 Patterns 9. 1920 Patterns 10. 1930 Patterns 11. 1940 Patterns 12. 1950 Patterns 13. 1960 Patterns

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Thomas John Bernard is an Associate Professor of Costume Design at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He has worked for many theaters across the country, including Utah Shakespearean Festival, Little Theater of the Rockies, The Guthrie Theater, The Barn Theater, Phoenix Entertainment, and Summer Night. Tom has received national recognition for both his design and technology work from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for designing "Something's Afoot" and draping "Comedy of Errors." Marcy Linton is an Associate Profressor of Costume Technology at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Marcy has worked extensively as a first hand and draper in theaters across the country, including The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Utah Shakespeare Festival, PlayMakers Repertory, and Animal Planet.

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