11 Object Results

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A print of Albert Chase, seated at a table with an open book. Print is affixed to a folded mat, with a rope tied at top center. Handwritten text on top of mat reads: "(Cousin) Albert Chase/Town C...


Brown leather pumps once owned by Penelope Chase Bryan. Part of a wedding ensemble. Features include a 2 1/2 inch heel and leather bows cut in a scalloped design. Small seed beads are sewn to the b...


A self-fabric belt made of printed and brown velvet. Part of a wedding ensemble made for Penelope Chase Bryan. Ends are cut at an angle. A few seams.

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hat
circa 1934

A hat made of brown and printed velvet. Part of a wedding ensemble made by Lelia Carr for Penelope A.C. Bryan's 1934 wedding. The fabric is draped and folded in an alternating pattern to form a tur...


A brown and printed velvet dress worn by Penelope Anthony Chase Bryan at her wedding in 1934. Features include a high waist seam, bust darts, and gathering at neckline and cuffs. 2 3/4 inch hem. A ...


A Christmas card from Mrs. Moses Taylor (Mrs. Edith Bishop Taylor, later Nicholson) of Glen Farm, Portsmouth. Printed text on interior reads: "A Merry Christmas/from/Mrs. Moses Taylor". Image on fr...


A Glen Farm Fire Department badge. Badge has a circular medallion with a fire engine at center. The number "1" appears at bottom; an eagle with the year "1933" appears at top.


A group photograph of the Rogers High School football team, 1932. The team is seated in front of a stone wall, possibly at Freebody Park. A house is visible in the background. A young boy is sea...


Photographic postcard of the Rogers High School basketball team, 1930-1931 champions. Reverse of postcard is signed with players' names.


Oversized photograph of the 1931 Rogers High School football team; photo is mounted on heavy board. There are three rows of players: the front row seated, the middle row kneeling, and the last row ...


Newpaper clippings related to the 1924-1925 Rogers High School Basketball Team, including their 1957 Reunion.

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