A wedding dress worn by three generations of one family is among nearly two hundred wedding-related items housed in the LSU Textile and Costume Museum. Made of sheer candlelight Alencon lace and worn over a satin slip, the dress features a full gored skirt ending in a chapel-length train. An Alencon lace Victorian jacket with long sleeves was worn over the sleeveless bodice.
But then my son, in his sophomore year at Boston College managed to persuade us that tailgating was a rite of passage and we, as his parents, should take responsibility for abetting this tradition. So for several years, we motored to Boston to take part in the home game revelry nurtured on campus by a contingent of under and post graduates. Tripped out in all sorts of fan paraphernalia the entire collegiate landscape was a virtual sea of gold and maroon.
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A Florida company is hoping to use microorganisms in a process converting old railroad ties and telephone poles into wood chips that will eventually be used to make cardboard, paper and women's lingerie. Yes, lingerie. A process known as bio-remediation and developed by environmental researchers at Louisiana State University is being used for the recycling venture by Microterra Bio-Technologies of Madison Inc. The Boca Raton, Fla.
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Over time this tradition started the original collection within what was formerly called the Department of Home Economics. In the s, a costume history professor Rinn Cloud, sent a letter to alumni seeking historical apparel donations for the textile collection. Pamela Vinci, the current curator of the Textile and Costume Museum, was the graduate student who aided the professor in redefining the notable collection the museum has today.
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