Title: Garment District Sculpture

Description: Full,back view of the Garment District sculpture with crowd of people standing in front of the sculpture. Photograph was taken on the day that the sculpture and the Garment District Museum were dedicated, October 4, 2002. Sculpture is composed of a metal needle and thread with a four hole red button at the base. Kansas City mayor, Kay Barnes, can be scene in the center of the crowd just below the fire escape on the building in the background. Location is 8th and Bank Streets in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.

Date: 2002-10-04

Photographer: Daniel Coleman;

Item Type: Photograph, b/w, 8 x 10 in.

Collection: General Collection (P1), Statues--Garment District, #5

Subject: Sculpture; Dedications; Clothing industry;

Local Subject: Garment District; Garment (Wholesale) Historic District;

Digital Format: JPEG

Barcode: 10016866

Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

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