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Description: A pair of bright pink, leather baby shoes with pale pink ribbons, made in 1851.
Date: date unknown
Description: A bird-shaped object made of copper.
Description: Overhead view of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: Something less than the half of everythingis the better, the partner, the woman waitingWhat counselor, over his shoulder, can count the ways
Description: Old skin is yet alive to whispered lashings,the quick-step dried and gone to the bone.Embrace the wall and face away from troublein the winter...
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,<...
Description: The frayed edge of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin.
Description: Sunday was the day when, to a stranger,almost nothing happened. But to usit was the best day of all
Description: The bargain was that the driven wedgewould never be withdrawn
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: The house was smaller than its legendary fill of righteousnessThe author knelt before the scratched and wintered argumentto learn that Grace, in an...
Description: View of the inside of a top hat made from beaver felt, worn by Green Bay resident Morgan L. Martin. The maker's label reads: "Orel Cook, Rutland, Vt."
Description: In God we Trust assorted needsThe complex amplitudes and wasteare never balanced, only tasted
Description: As though the tree inclined lacked discipline, pruned of its working part
Description: Dearest Daughter,The year is flown.We can't compete and we stand alone
Description: There used to be a quiet. It wasn't deafness, it was rosesBut they don't make it any moreThey think it was a toy
Description: First-rate minds to write books, guide the young and lead the nationbut the target runs close to the ground
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: 1950 ca.
Description: Page from Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album, displaying chevrons earned at camp, and the Joy Camps logo. Three different chevrons are included, a single, a double...
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...
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