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    • Clergy Coat 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      In America, some Lutheran pastors like Ole L. Jensen continued to use the prestekrage (clergyman's ruff). The Reverend E. Arthur Larson (1893-1979) wore more modern clerical garb. He arrived in Tacoma in 1928 and served ...
    • Clergy Collar 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy collar worn in 1920s by Rev. E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at three Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as instructor ...
    • Clergy Shirt 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy shirt worn in 1920s by Reverend E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at three Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as instructor ...
    • Clergy Shirt (2) 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy shirt worn in 1920s by Reverend E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at 3 Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as instructor ...
    • Clergy Trousers 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy trousers worn in 1920s by Reverend E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at three Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as ...
    • Clergy Trousers (2) 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy trousers worn in 1920s by Reverend E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at three Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as ...
    • Clergy Vest 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1985)
      Clergy vest worn in 1920s by Reverend E. Arthur Larson, Swedish immigrant arrived in Tacoma in 1928. In addition to his ministerial duties at three Swedish Lutheran churches in the Puget Sound area, he served as instructor ...
    • Swedish Black Wool Apron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2005)
      Swedish black wool apron with horizontal read and white stripes. Donor: Anonymous.
    • Swedish Bunad 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      A Swedish bunad, a red bodice with white daisies and a blue skirt. The history of the Swedish folk dress (sverigedräkten) is an interesting one. In 1902, Marta Palme, a young horticulture student came to Tullgarn Castle ...
    • Swedish Yellow Apron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 1989)
      Swedish apron in yellow wool with a red band and a white daisy border. Donor: Nancy MacDicken.
    • Unfinished Blue Swedish Bunad Vest 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Unfinished blue vest, part of a Swedish costume. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson.
    • Unfinished Blue Swedish Costume 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Unfinished Swedish costume, a vertical multicolored striped skirt with a blue bodice. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson.
    • Unfinished Swedish Costume Apron 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Unfinished blue and white striped apron, part of a Swedish costume. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson.
    • Unfinished White Linen Blouse 

      Scandinavian Cultural Center, Pacific Lutheran University (Scandinavian Cultural Center, 2002)
      Unfinished white linen blouse, part of a Swedish costume. Donor: Arne and Gloria Pederson.