307 Object Results

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Letter to R.M. Johnson from Nicholas Boss responding to Johnson inquiry about a gallows which stood on Easton's Beach.


Horizontal format, central eight line verse, floral border (light blue). Completed by Mary E. Forbes at age 11. Silk thread on linen.

25.5.7
Cap
circa 1835

White embroidered linen infant's cap.

25.5.4
Cap
circa 1835

Infant's cap made of white embroidered India muslin

D310 AB
Glove
circa 1835

Lady's kid gloves, white with blue satin trim. Sprig of flowers in green and blue on back. Blue satin wrist bands.

D191
Waistcoat
circa 1835

Black satin padded front, sleeveless, brown buckle back. Shawl collar, three pockets, seven buttons.


Short infant's dress in lavender and white calico. trimmed with points. Some trimming or puffing has been removed from puff sleeves.


Raised embroidered infant's cap, little dots with border design and flowers. On top is a circle with flower in it. Lacy net trim. Ties from front. Ties attached have a little bow on each side.


Cotton infant's cap with leafy kind of embroidery. Embroidery around edge is made of net material. Big design in center of back of cap - floral leaf design, tiny eyelet design throughout cap.

D158
Collar
1835 – 1845

White muslin collar with elaborate embroidery, lace edge.


Infant's cap in white embroidered linen. Both cut and needlework characteristic of first quarter century.


Watercolor view of Newport from Tammany Hill: beige sky, green fields and trees, farmhouse with 2 red chimneys in center; dog with yellow collar and picnic basket in right foreground.


Old stone mill with shadow; male and female holding umbrella stand by shadow on green grass; willow tree to right; cow to left of stone mill; background of water with ships and island with several ...


Miniature photograph of John Henry Tilley (1831-1907). Light sepia-toned photo of a middle-aged man with a beard, receding hairline, brown coat and tie, white shirt. Copper color rim on a frame tha...

FIC.2014.279
Skirt
circa 1830 – 1850

A quilted skirt made of a burgundy, black, and light blue woven fabric with small, organic forms. Skirt is gathered into pleats along waistband; waistband is v-shaped, and is made of an ecru, plain...

2010.21.6
dress (garment)
circa 1830 – 1870

A child's dress made of an off-white printed cotton. Believed by the donor's family to date to c. 1825. Made of a bodice with capped sleeves attached to a waistband and skirt. Cartridge pleating on...

41.6
Shirt
1830 – 1840

While linen man's shirt. Plain collar and bosom; gathered in front. Pleats possibly ironed in? Marked with the monogram "T Pearce, 7" may have been made in China. Shirt features two embroidered but...

D171
Collar
1830s

White embroidered muslin collar. Very wide shoulders; long lappets in front with pointed scallops.

D157
Collar
1830 – 1840

White muslin collar. Large with a wide shoulder effect. Elaborate embroidery with pointed scallop edging.

D313
Cap
1830s

Lady's daytime cap in white cotton. Embroidered net insertion edged with quarter inch ruffle of the material.

25.5.5
Cap
1830 – 1840

White, embroidered India muslin. Cut like D116, but larger in size and more embroidery. Might fit adult.

D405
Shirt
1830 – 1840

While linen man's shirt. Plain collar and bosom; gathered in front. Pleats possibly ironed in? Marked "T Pearce, 7" may have been made in China.


Embroidered muslin collar with pointed scalloped edges.

97.29.1 AB
Sword
1830 – 1860

A: Slender steel sword marked on blade: 'Zenas L. Hammond/ Aquidneck Encampt'; black painted wooden grip, gilt guard and finial w/ high relief depictions of symbols associated with 100F; double cha...

01.126
Teapot
1830 – 1860

Teapot with flared handle, four raised ridges, stand is dented. Could be English or American.


Baby's apron of white linen with narrow ruffle at sleeves, hem and front. A simple, shirt-style garment with four button-holes; buttons missing. Worn by the first child of Rebecca and Moses Barlow....


Purse made of merino on linen with Irish stitch in flame pattern, silk braid border, canvas shows through in spots. Made in New England.

80.3.10
Ladle, Serving
1830 – 1850

Fiddle-back ladle with the initials "ET" engraved in script. Belonged to Elizabeth Taylor, Daughter of Peter Taylor. Marked with "BALDWIN & JONES" enclosed in a rectangle.

01.52
Lamp
1830 – 1860

Bell shaped lamp with a circular handle. For burning fluid, not whale oil. Burning fluid is a mix of alcohol and turpentine patented in 1830.


Framed photograph of J.P. Newell. Subject is wearing a coat with two sets of buttons. His left hand rests upon his hip. A slip of paper inside the frame reads, "JP Newell/ c. 1830-1898". On the rev...

D190
Waistcoat
1826 – 1850

Black satin front. Brown linen back with buckle. Six small black buttons on lower front, three pockets.


Sleeve hoops in white cotton with reed or rattan hoops used to extend puff sleeves.

D492
Fragment
1825 – 1845

Portion of patchwork, "Jobs Trouble" printed cotton. Design includes US Eagle and a general in uniform with a border of stars.


Embroidered belt for ladies dress. Neutral or yellowed with embroidered colored silks. Linen gauze lined with linen. Bound brown ribbon embroidered with flowers in colored silks.

01.340
Case, Needle
1825 – 1850

Knitting needle sheath has three cylinders to hold tops of needles, pierced design around edges. Stuart Frank 11/04/2009: Needle case made of whale ivory; not a knitting needle sheath as previous...

74.3.2 AB
Candlestick
1825 – 1865

Two candle holders of silver Earthenware (Lusterware) with a square base and copper-like holders.

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