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Description: The parson came. He said it well:Enough is all we want, to hold and sleep on,not the sky.A little harvest of the sorrowsbetween the sentenc...
Description: We always know what day it isBecause it never fails. Sometime between the awful and the coffeethat stepson drives along the roadand all the dog...
Date: 1936 ca.
Description: Badge for the International Beekeeping Conference, including The American Honey Producers League, The American Honey Institute, Southern Beekeeping States...
Date: 1901-11-14 ca.
Description: Certificate appointing Y.W. Webb to Aide-de-Camp of the Grand Army of the Republic on November 14, 1901.
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying four photographs. The top left is of a single rider on horseback. The top right photograph shows three "Pioneer...
Description: A fire is not a place, but a containmentto keep burning.A reassembly of inner flames around the patriarch,A school and script for golden we...
Date: 1902-09-20 ca.
Description: Certification appointing George W. Webb to Assistant Inspector of the Grand Army of the Republic, Madison, Wisconsin Post.
Description: A girl doll dating back to 1890-1900. She is painted brown, and wearing a striped coat over a flowered dress.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Joy Camps logo patch.
Description: If we could look forward? If they could have looked forward?at what kind of lifealong what kind of dotted lines?At the top of the stairs, t...
Description: A banjo-ukulele with the words "Oh, I Wish I Were... An Oscar Meyer Wiener..." on the body of the instrument. It was used by Richard Trentlage in the first...
Description: Original woodcut created for the letterpress print of McCormick's Harvester and Self Binder. It has three sections and is connected using wood splines. An...
Description: His mind wandered without rescueThe man is innocent.and had to be brought home to the cornerand stapled to the ground
Date: 1819 date unknown
Description: A commemorative handkerchief created by a wood engraving on white cotton fabric. The scene is the Manchester Reform Meeting, in England. A crowd of demonst...
Description: 200 years this tree grew here and so did IWe were raised here and brought up young ones
Date: 1872-07-10 ca.
Description: A certificate admitting Colonel George E. Bryant to become a member of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee.
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying two photographs; there is an empty space where a third photograph was once included. The top photograph shows a...
Description: The shoe fitting fluoroscope was a common fixture in shoe stores during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. A typical unit, like the machine shown here, consisted...
Description: The keyboard of the first practical typewriter, developed by Christopher Latham Sholes of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and marketed in 1874.
Description: Against the prescience of disaster is the safety of even numbers
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