Overall: 41 x 18 in. ( 104.1 x 45.7 cm )
Calf-length green wool cloak with a pointed collar and a hood buttoned to the back of the neck; hand holes above the waist at the sides; three "tortoise shell" buttons up the front.
This cloak was worn by Ruth Draper in the monologue, "In a Church in Italy," written in 1925. Worn by the character of the German Tourtist.
Gift of Mrs. E. C. Carter
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.