285 Object Results

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01.842
Silhouette
before 1833

Full length silhouette of woman (Sarah) facing right. Dressed in 19th century style with long dress, hair up in bun, holding a fan. Black on light paper, no frame. Written on back in pencil: "Befor...


Profile of woman seated in a chair, wearing white cap with black ribbon tied around head, black dress with black flounce at neck. Gold and black frame. Handwritten on back of frame, "Miss Marion Jo...

D272
Shako
1839

Military shako style hat. Leather with brass badge over visor. Same as D270, but brass is more tarnished. No. 322 removed. Made by Edward Barr of Providence.


Long white infant's dress, christening robe of Thomas P. Newton. Low neck, short straight sleeved, trimmed with insertion and edging of embroiered net.

D29
Cape
1838

White cape embroidered with gold stars, lined and bordered with yellow satin, fastened with a gilt cord ending in tassels. 'Worn by great grandmother of Mrs. David King at the Coronation of Queen V...


Star-shaped pincushion with four points and tassels on the corners. Pins spell "Welcome Little Stranger 1838", on reverse the initials "FMS" can be seen. Reference: Swan "Plain And Fancy"


Calendar with male and female figures, animals, boats, plants, and various dates. Calendar can be understood by reading the numbers under the first letter of the month for every month September thr...


Four cross stitched alphabet sequences, one number sequence, cross stitch border, large, square done in pale pastel colors. Sampler is made with silk thread on linen. Made by Cynthia Maria Coggesha...

22.2.2 AB
Glove
circa 1837

White mitts with ribbon on top. Torn.


Portrait of Alexander MacGregor Family. Central figure is Mr. MacGregor; Mrs. MacGregor wears white bonnet with light blue bow; four children; daughter stands by Mr. MacGregor with green dress and ...

2001.3
Stool
1837 – 1848

Round Quaker footstool used by children during Quaker meetings. Wooden base, carpet covering, sawdust filling. Carpet covering is light and dark brown, red, pink and white. Fabric on top of stool a...


A painting of the Delaware fighting through the waves. Grey dominates the canvas. The ocean is stormy and the ship appears to be nearly falling over. The ship is black, white, and red, with a dark ...


"The situation of the Delaware 15 minutes after she was first struck by the white squall loosing all our sails" written at bottom in yellow. Signed "J.G. Evans" in right corner. Features a ship, th...

72.10.2
Viola
circa 1836

Viola with maker's label inside: Manufactured By/ Peter M. Slocum/ For I. Munro/ Newport R. I./ 1836"

D501
Cape
1836 – 1846

Cape for a dress. Small red and green figure on tan printed cotton.

25.5.10
Bonnet
1836 – 1846

Wadded bonnet in violet silk, lined in pink, with pink plaid ribbon.

D229
Bodice
1836 – 1846

Waist of dress, skirt missing. Plaid wool, green, yellow and red. Long sleeves, shirred tucks over bosom and down front. Ticketed: Worn by Mrs. Alex McGregor whole husband came from Scotland to hel...

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.


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.


Wheelbarrow (fragment): wooden barrow in poor condition, most of upper framework missing. Painted panel reads: "This Barrow was built/for/ Robert S. Barker/ the Grocer in the Year 1834/ by William ...

D530
Hatbox
circa 1833

Oval bonnet or hat box. Green gray in color. Hand blocked paper.


Half length portrait of Thomas Robinson Hunter (1809-1890). Hunter has dark curly hair and blue eyes. He wears a black suit, a white shirt, and a black cravat. He sits in a red plush chair and rest...

D113
Cap
1831

White infant's cap made from embroidered linen. Elaborate floral design with net insets

D142
Dress
1831

Long white infant's dress. Possibly a christening gown. Skirt opens down the back, embroidered with net inserts on waist, sleeves, down front, and down both sides open back.

71.11
Set, Chess
circa 1830

Chinese set of chessmen, red bishop is missing, with a lacquer box.


Small dome-top trunk covered in horsehair, old lock, top handle missing, interior lined with the Rhode Island Republican newspaper dated 1829. Belonged to Thomas Thurston Carr, born in Newport in 1...

98.1.24
Eyeglasses
circa 1830

Coin silver small eyeglasses, oval lenses, "c" bridge, and pin slider temple. "30" on hinge end of left temple bar. Tarnished metal is probably silver.

01.419
Doll
circa 1830

Biedermeier-type china head; painted blue eyes; bald painted head. Cloth body with wooden legs & forearms, spoon hands with indicated fingers. Doll is wearing a white cotton skirt with blue flo...

01.621
Bottle
circa 1830

Clear glass bottle, cylindrical body with long sloping shoulders, long neck with flange, pontil mark, slight kick.

01.616
Bottle
circa 1830

Striated aqua-colored glass, applied lip. Probably used to hold a condiment such as hot sauce.

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