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Curtain Panel, Printed Textile
Textile curtain panel made from a ballooning-themed printed textile. The printed textile has been attached to a plain textile backing, which is also exposed at the top of the front of the panel. The left and bottom edge have been edged in a burgany fabric. The right side of the panel is finished, but not edged in the burgandy fabric. Copper alloy hooks for hanging are located at the top of the panel. A previous catalog number from a former insitution has been written in ink on the bottom of the reverse side of the panel. One of two matching curtain panels. Also accompanied by two window valances, two curtain tie-backs, and a bedspread in the same printed textile. (See the Related Works Section under the Documentation tab for accession numbers).
This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. It is either on loan or in storage.