|Object ID #||2005.017.004|
|Object Name||Coat, Frock|
|Title||Rev. Oldham's Dress Coat|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Year Range from||1927|
|Year Range to||1965|
|Place of Origin||Unknown|
|Description||This black, double breasted Anglican clergyman's long dress coat belonged to Rev. M. F. Oldham. It is all-black in colour. There is no maker's label inside. The lapels are made of a different fabric. There are six buttons at the front in at least three different styles (three are decorative, the other three button up). There are fabric-covered cuff buttons as well.|
Maker unknown. Owned and worn by Rev. Maurice Oldham. Throughout his long service to the church, Reverend and Mrs. Oldham ministered to parishes in Dundalk, Tara, Thornbury-Clarksburg, Brussels, Camden East, Clayton, Innisville and Franktown.
Last belonged to Brian and Norma Rice of Sauble Beach, Bruce County. How they came to have it is unknown.
|Collection||Textiles, 20th-c Clothing Collection, Men's|
|Found||Sauble Beach, Bruce County|
Oldham, Rev. Maurice