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  • Herman Miller Splint

    This Leg Splint, in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is made of molded plywood with a fir veneer. Manufactured by Evans Products, Molded Plywood Division, Los Angeles, California. More than 150,000 were produced by the end of World War II. Herman Miller Trade Name: Splint

  • Women's gray-green gabardine suit from the 1940s

    Woman's gray-green gabardine suit having a long-sleeve collarless jacket with padded shoulders, and an inset yoke with diagonal button down tabs on either side. It has set-in front pockets with matching diagonal button-down flaps. The jacet ends past the hips and is lined with pale purple crepe. The straight skirt has a 1 3/8" waistband with a side zipper and hooks. The waistband measures approximately 26." Labels: Adrian in British Samek Material, and The J.L. Hudson Co., Detroit.