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Buckskin Gloves

Buckskin Gloves
Date: Unknown
These buckskin gloves were donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1934. They are lined with red wool and have fur cuffs. The gloves are decorated in an embroidered multicolored floral pattern that when viewed from cuff to fingers resembles a whimsical smiling face.


Driving gloves

Driving gloves
Date: between 1890 and 1930
Pair of leather, gauntlet-style driving gloves. Driving gloves of this type were worn from around the 1890s to the 1930s. They were meant to keep the hands clean, protect the palms from the material (usually wood or metal) of the steering wheel, and help with gripping the steering wheel. The gauntlet style was meant to cover the area between the hand and the arm that wasn't covered by a driving duster or coat and provide warmth during the colder months.


Leather Gloves

Leather Gloves
Date: Unknown
This pair of leather gloves were donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1962. The flared cuffs are lined with blue and green plaid wool. The back of the hand and the cuffs are embroidered in a floral pattern in shades of lavender and gold.


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