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Jean Druesedow: The History of Costume in Fans 

When: Fri., April 27 2012
Formerly with the Costume Institute of New York, and currently director of the Kent State Museum, Jean Druesedow lectures about how changes in fashion from 1750 through 1920 were reflected in the designs of hand fans, at 7 p.m., Friday, April 27; $10. Following the lecture, audience members view 25 fans that illustrate the changes, in an exhibit that also shows clothing of the period. The fans are on loan from the Hand Fan Museum in Healdsberg, Calif. Call 742-9849 for more information.



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