|Title||Women's jumper made from sack cloth; produced as part of the Hobo Haute clothing line, no date, ca. 1977.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Juan 'Beacon' Melendez.|
Women's jumper made from sack cloth; produced as part of the Hobo Haute clothing line by Don Cotter and associates, Hoboken, no date, circa 1977. Ca. 36" long; no labels or size indicated; two pockets.
The clothing line was founded by Cotter and people associated with The Other Side, a non-profit arts cooperative in Hoboken. It was made by Hoboken seamstresses from used flour and seed sacks. The example here does not have any of the printing that it often found on such sacks.
|Year Range from||1977|
|Year Range to||1978|
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