https://collections.mcny.org/Collection/Marcelene Peterson-24UAKVK64AKH.html Larger imageX2011.4.11630Look magazineMarcelene PetersonDate:1941Photographs of Marcelene Peterson modeling dresses and hats of her own design. The clothes are made from ordinary materials such as stamps, fishing net, upholstery fringe, mops, table runners, and washers. Peterson is depicted shopping for material, sewing the clothes, and showing a final product to Sherman Billingsley at the Stork Club. Date of assignment November 4, 1941. Photographer unknown; could research. Contact print is duplicate of one of the negatives. Negative frames: 9, Contact print frames: 1 Includes paper captions. Donor misspelled title as "Marceline"; corrected at cataloging.contact sheetnegative (photographic)acetate negativecontact printObject Dimensions 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 in: Object Dimensions 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inOther views:View AllFile dimensions:3723px × 5500pxAdd to lightboxKeywords:DressesFashion designersFashion designsHatsSewingSherman BillingsleyStork Club (New York, N.Y.)view related galleriesEyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK CollectionRestrictions:These images are for reference purposes only and have not been digitized in high resolution as part of the Museum’s digital project. For more information, please visit the Eyes on America: Processing and Cataloging the LOOK Collection webpage.