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Description: A girl doll dating back to 1890-1900. She is painted brown, and wearing a striped coat over a flowered dress.
Description: A pair of bright pink, leather baby shoes with pale pink ribbons, made in 1851.
Description: In God we Trust assorted needs
The complex amplitudes and wasteare never balanced, only tasted
Description: As a sporting proposition of gaiety infused with taxesno modern culture could survivewithout a touch of France
Date: date unknown
Description: A brass solar compass, invented by William Austin Burt and built by William J. Young. It was used to survey lands in Wisconsin and surrounding areas during...
Description: Dearest Daughter,
The year is flown.
We can't compete and we stand alone
Description: Rooms remembered for what they led toWhat they shut out and how they silent sang
Description: A handheld fan made of wood and cloth. This fan depicts the event it was made to commemorate — the 1878 Exposition Universelle held in Paris, France. The f...
Description: A seance robe worn by Louise Parke during her work as a Spiritualist in Wisconsin.
Date: 1845 after
Description: These girl's gloves are made of off-white kid leather. They are completely hand-stitched in beige thread, top stitched around the fingers and thumb, with t...
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook displaying two group portraits. Includes a group portrait of the campers in Sue Ann Hackett's cabin in the summer of 19...
Description: You who were spared I talked with night but lastabout the velvet yearsI remember from the windowThe one that is blown is the one gone wild
Description: Although they remembered everything that could not be tolerated,their better natures,surfacing through waves of church-worn care,prevailed over...
Description: I'll show you all the imported gracesand you shall see New Fontainebleau
There used to be a quiet. It wasn't deafness, it was roses
If everything stopped dead — watches, tickers, hands — on every island something new would bloomand another age begin
Date: 1811 ca.
Description: A pair of off-white, kid leather women's shoes with shirred ribbon decoration on the top. They were most likely worn by Sylvia (Putnam) Hamilton (donor Gra...
Description: View of a long-sleeve, brown and white checked dress worn by Cora Cundiff.
Description: The keyboard of the first practical typewriter, developed by Christopher Latham Sholes of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and marketed in 1874.
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, turn s...
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