337 Object Results

Year:
1854.8.20
Ballot
circa 1858 – 1859

Repulican Party ticket printed for the election of Thomas Davis to the U.S. House of Representatives.


Sandalwood calling card case in raised relief. One side of case depicts a lion surrounded by large flowers and leaves. The other side depicts a peacock in the same setting. The top of the case woul...


A penmanship book completed by Lizzie C. Weaver, 1858. The book is the fifth volume in Potter and Hammond's twelve-step "system." Volume 5 emphasizes writing words with capital letters and sentence...

19.5
Sword
1858

Sword and Commissions presented by Congress of the United States by Resolutions of Jan. 6 1814, to William V. Taylor second in command at the Battle of Lake Erie and who died a Captain of the U. S....


A mid- to late-19th century military canteen. Made of metal with a small spout at top. A plain weave brown strap runs around circumference of canteen through metal tabs; strap is knotted near base,...

24.10.2
Pinafore
1858 – 1859

"Tyer" type pinafore. Pink printed cotton, calico, apron with long sleeves, belted back. Meant for a child. Made by Mrs. George Spencer in about 1858.


A carte-de-visite depicting Albert Pourtales, 1858.

2009.18.2
Ledger
1857 – 1861

Small, possibly leather bound ledger from the Langly family. Accounting mostly shows commerce involving sugar, molasses, potatoes, oil and possibly barrel making supplies.

40.7.18
Cage Crinoline
1856 – 1865

Cage crinoline of concentric steel hoops suspended from 9 tapes. 20 complete circles hoops and 2 "U" shaped hoops at top of crinoline near waist. Tag "Gift of Miss Anne B. Vernon April 23, 1940" an...

96.50.2-.3
Pencil
1856 – 1969

Two cylindrical wooden pencils, stained brown, unsharpened. Stamped with 940/Eagle School Slate/Eagle Pencil Co/New York.

P8170
Carte-de-visite
circa 1855 – 1899

A carte-de-visite depicting Bernard d'Aly [?].


Watercolor of Easton House on Court House Street. View of front façade and left side of building. Three story house, two connecting buildings. Tree to right side of picture.


Corner streetscape of the Bennett House. Two story red clapboard building with 'Fresh Fish' sign on building. Two story brown clapboard building next to this building. Church steeple in background.

D384 AB
Dress, Wedding
1855 – 1865

Blue and Gray striped silk wedding dress with perpendicular gold stripes. Blue fringe and lace trim. Bodice and skirt separate. Lace collar and cuff basted on piece of Georgettee to simulate unders...

37.5.2
Cape Collar
1855 – 1860

Pelerine-like cape collar. Fashion fabric light blue twill, possibly silk. Lined with dark brown, plain weave cotton. Bound in light blue silk. Hand stitched.

P9153
Carte-de-visite
1855 – 1880

Carte-de-visite of John H. Clarke wearing a dark jacket and a large black bow tie. Subject has a full beard with no mustache. "John H. Clarke grandfather of Bertha Clarke Carter" is handwritten in ...

P9152
Carte-de-visite
1855 – 1880

A carte-de-visite of John Clarke. Subject has a full beard and mustache, and is wearing a light-colored coat, a darker waistcoat, and a white shirt and necktie.

P9151
Carte-de-visite
1855 – 1870

A sepia tone carte-de-visite depicting Arthur M. Clarke. Mr. Clarke is wearing a white shirt with a black bow tie and a jacket. Subject is identified in pencil on reverse.

2013.2.1
sheet music
1854 – 1911

Sheet music, "to Miss Ida Lewis, Ida Lewis Mazurka" by E. Mack and published by Lee & Walker/722 chestnut St./ A&S Nordheimer Toronta Ca./ Wm. H. Boner & co. 1102 chestnut St./ Chas. W....

96.47.1
Wrench
1853 – 1890

Hexagonal "bliss" conkling wrench, possibly used for opening fire hydrants. "NPFD/S.H. OXX" on each side of handle.

P9359
Ambrotype
1852 – 1880

Ambrotype of Mary Topham Goddard Stacy. Subject is wearing a dark colored gown. She is wearing a large black bonnet that ties under the chin. Her hair is pulled up, parted in the middle. Her hands,...

P9358
Ambrotype
1852 – 1880

Ambrotype of Mary Topham Goddard Stacy. Glass of ambrotype is cracked and is missing a small portion. Subject is wearing a printed fabric top with a lace collar and a possible broach at center of n...

2012.17
top hat
circa 1850 – 1870

A black top hat associated with T.C. Mumford of Newport, Rhode Island. Hat is made of silk plush, and is banded with a black grosgrain ribbon. Interior is lined with paper, and has a light brown le...

01.372
Painting, Miniature
circa 1850 – 1900

Unknown male with green eyes, reddish-brown hair falls in wisps across forehead, wearing black jacket, pink tinged shirt. Background is tones of pink and gold. Subject is facing right.
Metal ...

P8217
Print, Photographic
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte de visite depiciting Tom Wharton.

P8216
Print, Photographic
circa 1850 – 1900

A miniature photograph of an unidentified man, which is attached to a calling card.

P8215
Print, Photographic
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting an unidentified woman.

P8211
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting the Comte d'Essberny, brother of Madame Henri de Pourtales.

P8210
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting a man with the surname "Burridge."

P8209
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting a man with the surname "de Sanay."

P8203
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Mrs. Elizabeth Thurston.

P8191
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Mrs. Ingersoll.

P8187
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Albert de Pourtales.

P8186
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Charles Pourtales.

P8185
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Mrs. John Greenway.

P8183
Carte-de-visite
circa 1850 – 1900

A carte-de-visite depicting Tamy Wheaton as a baby.

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