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Men's wallet of brown leather embossed with a rectangular floral motif within a border. The front of the wallet is marked with the name R.H. Tilley. The interior features two compartments with flap...


Red leather pocketbook with flap closure and interior is lined in cardboard and marbleized paper.


Wallet comprised of a buckram material with a slick surface brownish black coating marked with hand painted red and yellow brushstrokes. The interior is lined with a golden colored fabric as well a...


Hanging wall clock, wooden case with carved eagle with spread wings on top, decorative carving down each side. Top 1/3 of the piece is the clock face with roman numerals and a circle of pink flower...


PR front of a double breasted, cream-colored waistcoat. 8 buttonholes. Handstitched. Selvage at bottom hem an pocket welt. Remnants of original sewing thread at what was once a side seam. One self-...


PL front of a double breasted, cream-colored waistcoat. 8 buttonholes. Handstitched. Selvage at bottom hem an pocket welt. Remnants of original sewing thread at what was once a side seam. 


Mans' black wool waistcoat with black velvet collar, red wool pattern sewn on to ends of collar, red wool cuffs, geometric design of gold braid on arms, blue sash with tassles hanging from right sh...


Cream colored silk waistcoat in two pieces with eight button holes.


This guest book documents the visitors to the Armchair Sailor during the years of 1981 to 2011. The Armchair Sailor was a bookstore operating in Newport, Rhode Island on 543 Thames Street from 1979...


Calling card for Mrs. Henry Rhett, 14 Whitfield Place.


A printed calling card for Miss Nettie B. Moore.


Calling card of Mr. Archibald Clark Potter with black text on a cream card.


Calling card (B) for Miss Emma A. Parsons. "Miss" has been crossed out, and a handwritten note is written on the card's face: Dear Mrs. Simmons/I have had much pleasure in knitting this sack and jo...


Calling card for Mrs. C.D. Drury.


Handwritten calling card for Manfred E. Simmons.


Miniature wood block town set up on or around two hollow wooden bases which serve as a case, also. There are two white churches, twelve houses in assorted colors, three fir trees and one toy soldie...


A vest made of an unbalanced plain weave fabric. Fabric has small geometric print, including brown spots and white lines situated diagonally on a tan ground. Vest ties on reverse; cream or white pl...


Vest BLUE AND BEIGE STRIPED VEST WITH SHIRT FRONT AND CARDBOARD COLLAR AND BLACK BOW TIE, CLEANING TAG ON STAP, FOUR GOLD TONE BUTTONS ON VEST TWO BLACK BUTTONS ON SHIRT


Reversible quilted satin vest. One side is golden brown, other side is pale blue. Floral motif throughout vest. Five loop closures down front. Card found in pocket 'chinese reversible jacket'.


Veil BLACK LACE ABOUT 10" WIDE AND A YARD AND A HALF LONG, HEMMED ON ENDS


Black mourning veil in chiffon crepe


This vase was likely taken from a funerary complex and the grain inside would have been intended for use in the afterlife. Thebes was known for a large number of mortuary temples at its necropolis,...


Blue and white ceramic urn. Painted with a scene of people standing on a dock with a village in the background. The lid is mad of wood with cutouts around the top edge.


Blue and white ceramic urn. Painted with a scene of people standing on a dock with a village in the background. The lid is mad of wood with cutouts around the top edge.


PHOTOGRAPH OF THE NEWPORT NAVY SHIPYARD.


Line Dressing


Spool of Line


Croquet Wickets


Button SOUVENIR


Button SOUVENIR


Booklet


Booklet


Booklet


Booklet


Booklet 'GLIMPSES OF NEWPORT, RI'

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