719 Object Results

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01.792
Ramrod
1804 – 1924

Metal ramrod with puffy top from the Constitution, USN 1804-1924

86.2
Cover, Food
1847 – 1937

Oval dish with cover, silver-plate, with handle. For small platter. Supposedly used on Fall River Line steamer "Plymouth". Inside: "Plymouth" Rogers Brothers trademark.

46.5.005
Belt
1850 – 1946

White leather belt with "Hercules" painted in red. Edges trimmed in red scalloped leather with white topstiching. 7 1/2 inch long hole-punched leather strip attached to inside of belt. Metal buckle...

46.5.004
Belt
1850 – 1946

White leather belt with "Axeman" painted in red. Edges trimmed in red scalloped leather with white topstiching. 7 1/2 inch long hole-punched leather strip attached to inside of belt. Metal buckle o...

46.5.003
Belt
1850 – 1946

White leather belt with "Hercules" painted in red. Edges trimmed in red scalloped leather with white topstiching. 1 inch long hole-punched leather strip attached to one end of belt. Metal buckle on...

46.5.002
Belt
1850 – 1946

White leather belt with "Hercules" painted in red. Edges trimmed in red scalloped leather with white topstiching. 8 inch long hole-punched leather strip attached to inside of belt. Metal buckle on ...

D454
Fan, Hand
1850 – 1920

Bone and gauze fan with painted spray. 18 sticks at 14 inches. In poor condition.

99.3.170 AB
Shoe
1850 – 1930

Small shoes said to have belonged to Mrs. Tom Thumb. 4-3/4" long flat shoe of woven linen with colorful floral embroidery. These are possibly her wedding shoes; they were found in a vatrine with Ge...

99.3.169 AB
Shoe
1850 – 1930

Small shoes said to have belonged to Tom Thumb, 4-3/4" long flat shoe. Black leather toe and lower heel, rest of the shoe is of the shoe of cream colored linen with a brass button. These shoes are ...

99.3.35
Inverness
1850 – 1920

Inverness with a single cape and sleeves. Black wool with large buttons (1 3/8 in.) at waist and at neck. Sleeves lines in brown striped wool. Body lined in yellow and brown plaid that is cut 4 in....

31.15.1
Needlework
1850 – 1950

Floral design in center with smaller designs in each corner; roses and leaves on fine ecru wool background fabric; colors of reds, blues, greens and tans.

93.21 AB
Wagon
1850 – 1950

Late 19th or early 20th c. Toy ice wagon. White and blue body, black chasis, pulled by 2 brown horses with black manes and tails. Horses form one unit with front wheels. Black wheels attached to wa...

D453
Fan, Hand
1850 – 1925

Folding fan, 18 sticks, Japanese export.

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.

2005.2.5
Daguerreotype
1859 – 1949

Color portrait of Mary M.S. Robinson 1859-1949 on a gold plate, gold trim around photo, curved dark wooden frame. Tag reads "Brown and Saltmarsh Inc, Stationers, Concord, NH"


Watercolor painting of St. Columba's Church in Middletown, RI. The side door of the church is visible as well as the belltower with a lush green lawn in the foreground and several trees in the back...


Two hanging flower bowls in rococo style with gilded scroll banding; decorated with three panels filled with polychrome floral decoration. Made by Stevenson and Hancock, derby. Blue maker's marks.

01.412
Doll
1863 – 1921

Head is made of bisque with light brown hair with braid across the top. Hair is human. Brown, stationary, glass eyes. Open mouth with two teeth. Ears are slightly pierced. The body is cloth with me...

D220
Apron
1870 – 1920

"Pinner" type, no strings. Blue and white plaid linen.


Richard Baker's villa, "Westcliff," at Bailey's Beach. Constructed circa 1870; photo by Clarence Stanhope (d. 1923).


A matted photograph of traffic on Bellevue Avenue at Bath Road, looking south. Storefronts with striped awnings are visible at left; the Travers Block (completed 1871) is visible at center. Bicycli...


A black and white photograph of Linden Gate, located at the corner of Rhode Island Avenue and Old Beach Road.

FIC.2018.029
Shawl
1875 – 1950

Square, cream-colored shawl with 8 inch knotted fringe on all sides. Satin weave forms pattern on tabby ground. Edges of shawl folded under with fringe knotted through fold. 

D166 AB
Stocking
1875 – 1925

Lady's cotton stockings in light tan. Drop-stitch stripe, machine made.

D165 AB
Stocking
1875 – 1925

Ladies black silk stocking. Fancy type, machine made.

D164 AB
Stocking
1875 – 1925

Light blue cotton stockings. Machine knit, full fashioned. Fancy open work foot and lower leg. Stamped "Germany."

D368
Skirt
1875 – 1925

Skirt is part of an evening gown, made of black velvet trimmed with jet. Very large waist line. Can be lent.

21.3.2
Kerchief
1875 – 1925

Indigo blue and white plaid kerchief or handkerchief. Made of homespun linen. 22.5 square inches. Marked in cross stitch "A.A."

21.3.1
Kerchief
1875 – 1925

Tan cross bar check and border, homespun linen kerchief or handkerchief. 23 square inches of same pattern as D200, except that 202 has 10 threads to the square and 200 has 8. Marked "E.A." in the c...

25.6.2
Kerchief
1875 – 1925

Tan cross bar, check and border at 2 ends. Homespun linen. 23 square inches.

D276
Hat, Top
1875 – 1925

Black top hat similiar to D274, 1.75 inch band of broadcloth with slightly bell crown. Curly brim. Made by Robert Heath.

D177 AB
Glove
1875 – 1925

White gloves with black stitching on back. New, in original paper.

D333 AB
Umbrella
1875 – 1925

Black silk umbrella with a curved black metal handle. Also included is a black metal umbrella case that pulls out three times. When the umbrella is in the case it looks like a walking stick.

34.7.1
Kerchiefs
1875 – 1925

Square shawl of gray beige silk with a striped border woven into the material in white (or a lighter shade of the gray beige). Two sides are selvedge and the other two are hemmed. Two tags attached...

57.5.001
Coat
1875 – 1925

Black velvet coat with black silk lining. Patch pocket inside PR breast. Soutache braiding on shawl collar and cuffs. No waist line or back slit in skirt. Machine lock stitch inside. Gathering at s...


Round canoe fender made of two pieces of leather sewn around edges and stuffed, hanging tab on one side, star incised in leather in center of both sides. Found in the left of J.T O'connell's ship c...

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