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Description: I had to know the point to which the path was trackedand when the definition would cease to be my own
Date: date unknown
Description: Three-quarter view of a lightweight wool dress cut from a shawl, in cream, rust and indigo paisley with a black center. The paisley has a bird-of-paradise...
Description: Unkind to speak of the ancestral vocabulary as dream-talk,unkind to wake the dreamer
Description: The house was smaller than its legendary fill of righteousnessThe author knelt before the scratched and wintered argumentto learn that Grace, in an...
Description: Each little world has its private Atlasworking his ethic in longhandtoward the stage set for the point of No Return
Description: Years ago, there was a man-sound from the hills, and a lifetime laterits aged and legendary echo
Description: A pair of bright pink, leather baby shoes with pale pink ribbons, made in 1851.
Description: A bird-shaped object made of copper.
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying three photographs. In one photograph Barbara Ellen Joy, camp owner and co-director, cooks over a large grill are...
Description: As a sporting proposition of gaiety infused with taxesno modern culture could survivewithout a touch of France
Description: A scabbard and officer's militia sword that once belonged to Major John Rountree (a founder of Platteville) during the Black Hawk War in the summer of 1832...
Description: A girl doll dating back to 1890-1900. She is painted brown, and wearing a striped coat over a flowered dress.
Description: Way back in the soft center of hard timesdid not their resistance to change in the sentimentmake some senseWhat could take the place of the...
Description: All about, wherever a thought stirred,are the memorabilia of its traces.As it is spoken, so is it written;as it is crucified, so is it grav...
Date: 1889 ca.
Description: Seven yarn samples from St. Paul Knitting Works, dated between April 7, 1888 and February 21, 1889, affixed to a page in an Appleton Woolen Mills sample bo...
Description: The fast movement was a nervous reach for something west.But along the way there was no hurry. Wait for noontime, turned round to a movement eastward,<...
Date: 1852-03-08 after
Description: Two identical ninth plate ambrotypes of an unidentified woman, set into a case with a stereoscope viewer opposite the images. She is wearing a dark dress w...
Description: Well-scrubbed proprieties, in no dangerexcept the possible over-minding of their own mannersor being out-voted by Activists
Description: Dearest Daughter,The year is flown.We can't compete and we stand alone
Description: Threatening note signed "K.K.K." (Ku Klux Klan) with rock and rag that was thrown through Daisy Bates' window in August 1957. The note reads "The next will...
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