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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents "Immigrants, Innovators, and Icons: Jewish Americans and the Fashion Industry"

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From pioneering retailer Carrie Marcus Neiman to custom dressmaker Lilli Wolff, Jewish Americans have made their mark on the fashion industry, and particularly so in Dallas. Annette Becker, curator and director of the UNT Texas Fashion Collection, joins the panel to share stories of Jewish change-makers in twentieth-century dress history, highlighting artifacts from the TFC.

From pioneering retailer Carrie Marcus Neiman to custom dressmaker Lilli Wolff, Jewish Americans have made their mark on the fashion industry, and particularly so in Dallas. Annette Becker, curator and director of the UNT Texas Fashion Collection, joins the panel to share stories of Jewish change-makers in twentieth-century dress history, highlighting artifacts from the TFC.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
300 N Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202, USA
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