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87/292 Swimwear collection, womens (2), mens (2), Australiana motifs, nylon / lycra, by Speedo Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, 1986. Click to enlarge.

Men and womens swimwear collection by Speedo Australia Pty Ltd

Made by Speedo Australia Pty Ltd in Australia, Oceania, 1986.

The Museum has an extensive collection of Speedo swimwear and accessories dating from the 1930s to the present including designs produced for the Australian Olympic Games team from 1964 to 2004, the Australian Commonwealth Games team from 1970-2002 and numerous international Olympic teams. This collection is complemented by the Speedo archive which includes scrapbooks, catalogues, posters, newsletters, stickers, photographs, video footage and badges. Speedo's origins lie in MacRae Knitting Mill...

Summary

Object No.

87/292

Object Statement

Swimwear collection, womens (2), mens (2), Australiana motifs, nylon / lycra, by Speedo Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, 1986

Physical Description

Swimwear, women's (2), mens (2), nylon/lycra, Speedo Australia, 1986

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Speedo Australia Pty Ltd, 1987

Acquisition Date

18 March 1987

Cite this Object

Harvard

Men and womens swimwear collection by Speedo Australia Pty Ltd 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 February 2020, <https://ma.as/75114>

Wikipedia

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