Manufactured by
Butwin, American
Owned by
Scurry, Briana, born 1971
Date
ca. 1987
Medium
wool (textile) , cloth , metal and elastic
Dimensions
H x W x D (On Form): 29 × 21 1/2 × 11 in. (73.7 × 54.6 × 27.9 cm)
Description
A dark red Anoka High School letterman jacket worn by Briana Scurry. The jacket is covered in various patches for sports awards in soccer, basketball, and softball. The front of the jacket has [Briana] stitched in script lettering to the upper portion of the proper right chest. Three round patches appear on the proper right side of jacket's front. A round patch directly below the [Briana] stitching, has red type with a picture of a soccer ball inside the outline of the state of Minnesota. Red type in round patch reads: [ALL-STATE / 1987 / ALL-METRO]. A similar round patch appears next to the 1987 patch and has red type that reads: [ALL-STATE / 1988 / ALL-METRO]. A round patch near bottom of the proper right side of front has an image of a soccer ball along with red type that reads: [1988 CONFERENCE CHAMPS / ANOKA / GIRLS SOCCER]. A large white [A] patch is featured on the upper portion of the proper left chest. A patch in the shape of Minnesota appears below the [A] patch. Red type inside of the Minnesota shaped patch reads: [ANOKA / GIRLS SOCCER / 1989 / CHAMPIONS]. Pockets found on each side of the front have a white trim. Seven white button run the vertical length of the center of the jacket. The jacket sleeves are predominantly dark red with a thick white line running vertically down the center of the sleeve. The cuffs of the sleeve are fitted and made out of an elastic material. Each cuff has two white lines running horizontally around the cuff. Both sleeves of the jacket are covered in white patches with red text. The proper left sleeve has the following patches, from top to bottom: [90]; three white bars; [ALL-CONFERENCE / SOCCER '86]; [ALL-CONFERENCE / SOCCER '87]; [ALL-CONFERENCE / SOCCER '88]. The proper right sleeve has the following patches, from top to bottom: soccer ball patch; basketball patch; softball patch; [ALL-CONFERENCE / BASKETBALL '89].
The back of the jacket has a flap extending from the collar with white type that reads, [Anoka]. The bottom of the jacket is identical to the sleeve cuffs, dark red with two white stripes and made of elastic material.
The interior of the jacket has a black lining. The interior neck has a tag that has white type that reads: [BUTWIN / The Champion of Jackets / MINNEAPOLIS, MN / MADE IN U.S.A.].
Place made
Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, North and Central America
Place depicted
Anoka High School, Anoka, Anoka County, Minnesota, United States, North and Central America
Classification
Clothing-Historical
Type
jackets
Topic
Clothing and dress
Soccer
Sports
Credit Line
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Briana Scurry
Object number
2015.58.6
Restrictions & Rights
No Known Copyright Restrictions
GUID
http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/fd5b9f69771-39d1-4db3-8c56-f0494b81e6ce
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