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04/22/2010 ObjectID# / Objname A 2002.019.1-Records Collection Condition Good Status OK Home location Source

Contains the assessment roles of the 5th and 6th Wards of Ann Arbor, MI for the year 1867.

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A 2002.019.3-Records Ann Arbor City Council proceedings for 1920-21 A 2002.004.01-Card, mourning

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Cabinet card is black with gold writing and design depicting bible in a laurel wreath, dove with words 'in loving remembrance', and a poem in a scroll. Dedication reads "Mrs. Margaret D. Linton, died May 24th 1891 Aged 62 yr. 11 months 9 days". On the reverse is 'E.C. Stark & Co. Memorial Cards, 706 Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa.' A 2002.004.02-Card, mourning Fair OK Cabinet card is black with gold writing and design with bible, dove with sign 'in loving remembrance' and poem in scroll. Dedication reads "Bridget N. Minnett died July 14, 1894, Aged 83 yrs. 1 mo 7 days". On the reverse in gold 'G.S. Utter & Co. Memorial Cards, Times Building, Chicago. Cor. 5th Ave. and Washington Sts.' A 2002.004.03-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border around an embossed casket vault. Dedication reads "In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth Cartwright, of Scopwick, who departed this life January 27th, 1866, Aged 82 years". A 2002.004.04-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border around an embossed casket vault. Dedication reads "In affectionate remembrance of the late James Cartwright, of Scopwick, who died April 13th, 1866, Aged 89 years". A 2002.004.05-Card, mourning Good OK Card is white with black border around an embossed casket vault. Dedication reads "In affectionate remembrance of Jane Cartwright, of Kirby-la-Thorpe, who died 25th Februrary, 1864, Aged 52 yrs". A 2002.004.06-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border around an embossed casket vault. Dedication reads "In affectionate remembrance of Bridget Cartwright, who died at Preston, Warkleigh, Aged 84 years, 1866". A 2002.004.07-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border around an embossed casket vault. Dedication reads "In affectionate remembrance of the late Thomas Cartwright, of Kirby-la-Thorpe, who died March 15th, 1863, Aged 90 years". A 2002.004.08-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In Remembrance of the late John Cartwright, of Norton, who died January 21st, 1858, Aged 78 years." Page 1

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ObjectID# / Objname A 2002.004.09-Card, mourning

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Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In memory of Carter Walton, of North Clifton, who died July 20th, 1874, Aged Seventy-five years." A 2002.004.10-Card, mourning Good OK Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In Memory of John Chambers Lancaster, of Toworth Grange, Who died May 24th, 1873, Aged 37 years." There are two identical cards. A 2002.004.11-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In Memory of Frances Lancaster, Who died at Torworth Grange, March 17th, 1877, Aged 69 Years, And who was Interred at Blyth, March 20th, 1877." A 2002.004.12-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In memory of Rebecca Minnitt, of North Clifton, Who Died May 14th, 1858, Aged 85 Years." A 2002.004.13-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white with black border. Dedication reads "In Memory of Anne Simpson Minnitt, Who died at Torwath, October 20th, Aged 70 Years, And Interred at Blyth, October 23rd, 1874." A 2002.004.14-Card, mourning Fair OK Card is white, folded in half with black border with stars and crosses in it on each leaf. Front reads "In Memoriam", inside dedication reads "Interred at North Clifton Churchyard, December 18th." on the left and "In Affectionate Remembrance of Elizabeth Minnitt, of Retford, Who died December 14th, 1893, Aged 79 years." on the right. A 2002.004.16-Card, mourning Good OK Card is white with a black border. Dedication reads "In Affectionate Remembrance of Francis beloved son of Joseph and Margaret Linton, who fell asleep in Jesus December 17, 1894. Age 28 years, 7 months 11 days. He sleeps in Jesus, blessed sleep, From which none ever wake to weep." A 2002.004.17-Card, mourning Good OK Card is white with a black border. Dedication reads "In Memory of Benjamin D. Linton, who died Oct., 3rd., 1878. Aged 12 Y'rs, 2 Mo's. He sleeps in Jesus." A 2001.002.1-Postcard Good OK Postcard has a color picture of the Washtenaw County Building, Main and Huron, Ann Arbor, MI looking from the southwest corner facing northeast. Below the picture are the words "Washtenaw County Building R.S. Gerganoff, Architect". It was published at the time of the dedication of the new building in 1955. There are four copies of this size in the collection A 2001.002.2-Postcard Good OK MoMS/file drawer 3R Freeman, Tom Postcard has a color picture of the Washtenaw County Building, Main and Huron, Ann Arbor, MI as viewed from the southwest corner facing northeast. Below the picture are the words " Washtenaw County Building". Verso of the card-at the top- reads "Completed in 1955 at a cost of $3,250,000. Houses all major county offices, Ann Arbor, Mich". A 2001.002.3-Card, Business Good OK MoMS/file drawer 3R Freeman, Tom Business card has a color picture of the Washtenaw County Building, Main and Huron, Ann Arbor, MI looking Page 2 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3

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from the southwest corner facing northeast. Below the picture are the words "Washtenaw County Building-Ann Arbor, Michigan". Verso of the card reads "R.S. Gerganoff, Architect, Phones Hunter 2-0083, Hunter 2-0084, 206 N. Washingon St. Ypsilanti, Michigan. A 2001.007.4-Postcard Good OK Advertising postcard for Chelsea Savings Bank, Chelsea, Mich. The card has a black and white picture of the bank with the words "Savings Bank, Chelsea, Mich. below. The reverse carries a postmark of Jan. 27, 3 pm, 1914 as well as a one cent stamp. A 2001.007.5-Postcard Good OK Advertising postcard for Flanders Manufacturing Company, Chelsea, Mich. There is a color photograph of the brick office building with the words "Office Building, Flanders Mfg. Co., Chelsea, Mich" underneath. The reverse carries a postmark of Jan 2, 6:30 pm, 1912, Chelsea, Mich. plus a one cent stamp. A 2001.007.6-Booklet Good OK The booklet is a holder for 5 loose recipe cards. Black letters on the cover read "From the Good Old Days (in Old English letters) to the Modern Ways (in modern type) presented by the Home Service Department Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Chelsea's 125th Anniversary Celebration 1959" as well as a picture of a blue cast iron stove labeled Detroit-Michigan Stove Co. A 2001.008-Map Fair OK This is a hardbound collection of maps of townships and cities of Washtenaw County, MIchigan surveyed and published by Everts and Stewart in 1874. It contains detailed township maps, plat maps of various cities and line drawings of businesses and homes located in the county. A 2001.009.3-Certificate, Marriage Fair OK MOMS/Red archval box #2 Phebe J. Judson This is a handwritten document in blue ink which reads "State of Michgan, County of Washtenaw This may certify that I this day joined in Marriage George Keal of Ann Arbor aged 24 years to Parmelia Steansill of the same place aged 19 years in the presence of Homer Keal and Rosaline Keal who were present and witnesses Given under my hand this 28th day of March AD 1841. G. Birkley Minister of the Gospel". The reverse reads "Mrs. Parmelia Keal Ann Arbor, Mich". The paper has been folded into quarters and patched at the folds with tape by previous owers. A 2001.010.4.1-9-Card, Fair OK Identification 9 register cards with various names which were either room cards or lunch tickets. Dates range from Oct. 31, 1908 to May 30, 1909. Some also have addresses. The cards were found at 602 Lawrence, Ann Arbor, MI during a remodeling c1980. The house once belonged to Mr. Prettymar who ran a boarding house at the corner of N. University and Fletcher (present site of the UM Dental School). A 2001.011.2-Letter Good OK Letter on black bordered paper in a black-bordered envelope addressed to 'Mako Pienica, RFD#1, Britton, Michigan in care of Wilson Craig, Amerika'. The envelope has a stamp R MOJS/#92. On the reverse of the envelope are the words 'Shuman Marija, Douze st 38, Gorenska' and a Yugoslavian stamp. The letter is written on both sides of the paper in Yugoslavian to 'brother' and ends 'your sister Marija May or Mar 16. There is a second letter on a piece of lined paper to 'dear brother' dated 19 March 1919. An address on the bottom reads 'Frank Losh, 905 Grand Ave., St. Paul, Minn.' MOMS moveable shelves/gray Devall, Margaret Craig document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #1 Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname A 2001.013-Book, Ration

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Sugar ration card issued by the Washtenaw County Food Administration Oct. 4, 1918 to Bennett French 1716 G______ Ave. Card #18745 allowance for the month of Oct. is 8 lbs, for Nov. is 12 lbs. Instructions for use of the card are on the reverse A 2001.025.1-Book, Ration Good OK 14 rations books (labeled a-n) from World War II are in a red leather pouch labeled War Ration Books. The books are as follows: 4 (a-d) are book one for the Layland family, 2 (e,f) are book two for the Layland family, 4 (g-j) are book three for the Luckenbach family, 4 (k-n) are book four for the Luckenbach family. There is also a postcard (o) nofifying Carl Luckenbach of approval for book four on Nov. 14, 1945. A 2001.025.2-Book, ration Good OK

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Gas ration book holder is blue with black writing 'compliment of Baby Doll Standard Service'. There is no book inside. A 2001.025.5-Blueprint Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Plan of the Washtenaw County Fair Buildings and the Concession Area. The reverse show a table platform, 'Gibson Bros. 6 Mile Rd.', 'P. Morland', silo and a list of farm items in pencil. It was probably a plan for a display at the fair. Paper measures 9 x 8.75". A 2001.026.1-Contract Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Jerold White This is a cemetery plot contract for right of burial at Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, MI. Plot #826 is deeded to Ricke Wurster for $25.00. It is located in the West half of lot 36, block 26. The contract is dated June 6, 1888 and signed by Wm. W. Wines, clerk and J. Austin Scott, Pres. The contract includes the rules of the cemetery and a full map. A 2001.026.2-Contract Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Jerold White This is a cemetery plot contract for right of burial at Forest Hill Cemetery, Ann Arbor, MI. Plot #826.5 is deeded to John Wagner for $25.00 and is located in the East half of lot 36, block 26. The contract is dated June 6, 1888 and signed by Wm. W. Wines, clerk and J. Austin Scott, Pres. The contract includes the rules of the cemetery and a full map. A 2002.014.1-Records Fair OK MOMS/gray document case #3 Dalitz, Ruth The records includes various offers of leases, correspondance pertaining to leaseing, a listing of the building with Thornton Dalitz, realtor, a plat plan of the building and a copy of the assessment record. A 2002.014.2-Records Fair OK MOMS/gray document case #3 Dalitz, Ruth The records relate to the purchase of Varsity Laundry, 300 S. Fifth St., Ann Arbor as well as other buildings in the 300 block of Liberty and the Masonic Temple on S. Fourth St. The material includes newspaper articles, plat mapss, balance sheets of Dalitz, copy of the original letter proposing the site for the federal building, letters pertaining to appraisal of the site, legal description of the land, tax statements, Declaration of Taking and Complaint of Condemnation notice from the federal government Nov. 23, 1974, Notice to vacate the property by Jan. 31, 1975, letter from U.S. Attornery regarding government acceptance of offer to settle, copy of lawsuit by the government for the taking of the land which includes settlements given and a copy of the 1973 GSA survey of the block. The material covers the period from June 1972-1977. See container list. A 2002.019.4-Records Ann Arbor City Council proceedings for 1921-22 Page 4 OK Mr. & Mrs. William Groves

ObjectID# / Objname A 2002.019.5-Records

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Ann Arbor City Council proceedings for 1922-23 A 2002.019.6-Records Ann Arbor City Council proceedings for 1924-25 A 2002.020.1-Check Fair OK Check written for $350 payable to R. A. Beal from E.E. Fall on April 12, 1883. The check has Ann Arbor Savings Bank printed on it which is crossed off and First National hand-written above it. Beal's signature is on the back. The back is stamped 'Ann Arbor Savings Bank, Paid Ann Arbor, Mich.' Rice A. Beal was the publisher of the 'Ann Arbor Courier', an Ann Arbor newspaper. A 2002.020.2-Check Fair OK Check written for $4.50 payable to R.A. Beal from John S. Nowland on Nov. 19, 1880. The check has Ann Arbor Savings Bank printed on it whick is crossed off and First National hand-written above it. Rice A. Beal was the publisher of the 'Ann Arbor Courier', an Ann Arbor newspaper. A 2002.020.3-Check Fair OK Check written for $5.00 payable to C. Eberbach from H. S. Frieze on May 21, 1883. The check is printed Ann Arbor Savings Bank which is crossed off and First National written above. Christian Eberbach was a pharmacist who owned Eberbach Drug Store on Main St. in Ann Arbor. Henry Simmons Frieze was a Professor of Latin at University of Michigan and later President of the university. A 2002.020.4-Check Fair OK Check drawn on the First National Bank, Ann Arbor for $50 payable to 'myself' from David H.(or N.) Geddes. There is a two cent internal revenue stamp imprinted in the center. A 2002.020.6-Check OK Check written for $30.00 payable to J. F. Schick from L. C. Risdon. The check is printed Ann Arbor Savings which is crossed off and First National written above it. The back of the check is stamped 'Ann Arbor Savings Bank, Paid Ann Arbor, Mich.' Lewis Cass Risdon lived in Saline and was the son of Orange Risdon, a surveyor, who founded the town of Saline and surveyed much of Michigan. A 2002.020.5-Check Good OK Check written for $1.00 payable to R.A. Beal-advertisement from L.C. Risdon. The check is printed Ann Arbor Savings but is crossed off and First National written above it. The back of the check is stamped 'Ann Arbor Savings Bank, Paid Ann Arbor, Mich.' Rice A. Beal was the publisher of the 'Ann Arbor Courier', a newspaper. Lewis Cass Risdon was a Saline businesman and son of Orange Risdon, a surveyor, who founded the town of Saline and surveyed much of Michgan. A 2002.024.14-Booklet Report on the status of the city of Ann Arbor, MI A 2002.025.15-Bill Good OK MOMS Beasley, John and Richard Collection of bills to William Bolgos from various local Ann Arbor companies such as Luick, Fischer. They were found in a building of the Bolgos Dairy Farm located on Plymouth Rd. near US23. A 2002.025.16-Card, Commemorative Page 5 Good OK MOMS Beasley, John and Richard Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/gray Judith M. Chrisman document case #3

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Card 'In Memory of Washtenaw County's Soldiers May 29th, 1912' found in a small envelope in a building on the Bolgos Dairy Farm located on Plymouth Rd. near US23. Written on the envelope is 'Marguerite Burd'. A 2002.028-Letter Fair OK French, Arthur Note to Mr. _______ on Probate Court Washtenaw County letterhead dated 'Ann Arbor, Mich. July 15, 1895 reads 'Mr. ______, I will send you the copy of Bruer (?) will in a day or so. I inclose letter in Leper and Bruer _______. W.G. Doty'. The letterhead includes a picture of the old county building and a box with 'J. Willard Babitt, Judge. William G. Doty, Register.' in it. A 2000.001.2-Scrapbook Good OK Scrapbook contains letters, press releases, programs and photos from America's Town Meeting of the Air saluting the University of Michigan's Memorial Phoenix Project titled "Are We Afraid of the Atomic Bomb?". This was a nationwide broadcast sponsored by the Ann Arbor JCC April 24, 1951. A 2002.005.1-Monograph Good OK History of the Ann Arbor Masonic Temples from 1826 to 1965 written by H. H. Caswell, K.Y.C.H. with an addendum to 1980 by Robert E. Bevebeck, P.M. It contains a brief history of Masonic Meeting Places, Halls, Temples, Committees, Associations and Corporations. The addendum describes the Temple on S. Fourth Ave. completed in 1978. A 2002.024.15-Booklet Describes occurances in the city of Ann Arbor during the fiscal year 1967/68. A 2002.024.16-Program Good OK Bauer, Matilda Dedication Day is the program from the dedication ceremony for the new Washtenaw County Building in Ann Arbor, MI held on September 30, 1956. The program is a folded yellow paper with blue lettering with a 5.25 x 2.5" B&W photo mounted in the middle of the top fold. Inside is a list of the Board of Supervisors, Elected County Supervisors, Dedication Committee and the dedication ceremonies schedule. A 2002.032-Letter Fair OK Robert Metcalf Hand-written letter from John Gillespie to his wife on Jan. 6, 1863 sent from Lebanon, Marion County, KY. The letter indicates that he was in Harrodsburg for Christmas. He is asking that 'Perry' come and get a mare that they can no longer use. He says that he will come home in 7 month 'if nothing serious happens'. This was probably written by a soldier in the Civil War. A 2000.007.2-Postcard Good OK Accordian-style foldout card with 18 scenes of Ann Arbor. Many of the scenes are of the University of Michigan including the football stadium with a capacity of 86,000. The cover has a yellow background with drawings of people, some outlines of buildings in red, a blue banner with the words 'Greetings from' inside, the words 'Ann Arbor' written in fat letters with drawings of scenes inside, the word 'Michigan' inside and unrolled diploma with a black mortarboard beside it. Below the yellow is a black area with "Where Commerce and Education Meet" in blue letters. The scenes fold up inside the cover which is closed by a flap from the back inserted into a slit in the front. A 2000.008.1-Postcard Fair OK Prestamped one cent postal card addressed to Mr. Gottried Grau, Chelse, Mich., Box 291 Freedom Township. On the reverse is a prestampted form written in German. In pencil in the upper left is 'Fire insurance Claim no. Page 6 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #2 Wineberg, Susan Good OK Bauer, Matilda MOMS moveable shelves/shelf Reserved for uncatalogued C items found in year 2000

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207'. The form is from the German Farmers Fire ____ of Washtenaw County and indicates an amount of $207. It is signed by John Jetter of Ann Arbor and is dated 1899. A 2000.008.2-Postcard Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Prestamped one cent postal card addressed to Christian Jedele, Saline RR3 Mich. On the reverse is a prestamped form in German from the German Farmers Fire ________ of Washtenaw County. The number 29 is in the upper left and the card is made out to Herr Jedele, Lodi Township and is dated 1903 A 2000.009-Album, Photograph Fair OK Malcolm, Karl Photograph album with brown tooled leather cover with the word 'Album' in gold on the binding and 'Phebe B. Beal' embossed in gold on the front. There are 2 gold-painted metal clasps. The pages are gold edged. An inscription inside reads 'A gift from Auer A. Beal Nov. 8th, 1871'. On the flyleaf are the words 'Photographs Philadelphia, McKnight, & Reuter 324 Chestnut St. The album contains 50 pictures mostly unlabeled cartes-de-visite. One, of a soldier labeled 'George Atwood-1st Mich. cavalry' is a Brady photo. Most of the others are by photographers in New York state and Ann Arbor, Detroit, Tecumseh and Ypsilanti, MI. A list of the photographs is on file. A 2000.010.12-Program Fair OK Program from the Biennial Reunion Banquet Lambda of Beta Theta Pi held at Granger's Hall, Ann Arbor, MI on Wed. June 26th, 1889. It is made of tan cardstock and tied with two ribbons--white at top, blue at bottom. A menu is printed inside along with a List of Toasts with Levi T. Grufin as toastmaster. A 2001.032.04-Album, Photograph Good OK Brown leather photograph album containing 40 photographs of Russian scenes, labeled. A list of the photos is on file. See container list also. A 2000.017.6-Invitation Fair OK The invitation is printed on a white card with spaces for the day and time to written in. The printing reads 'Omicron Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Requests the Pleasure of your company at the Chapter House' in blue letters. Handwritten in the space is 'Friday Evening Jan. 10th'. Handwritten at the bottom is 'Dancing after ten'. A 2000.017.7-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper A newspaper article about Helene Allmendinger printed in the Yesterday section of The Advisor, and Ann Arbor paper, on June 20, 1973. It tells of her music and travels in her adult life. The article is glued onto posterboard. A 2000.018.13-Booklet Good OK Light blue folded paper booklet with a few drink recipes and the words to 98 songs inside. On the cover is a picture of a ship in a darker blue and the words 'Bill Nave playing the Thomas Theater Organ The 7 Seas Restaurant Lounge Harold and Linda Gable 1435 East Michigan Avenue Ypsilanti, Michigan'. A 2000.019.2-Program Good OK Program for the year 2000-2001. The program is gray folded paper with a drawing of a doll in a blue dress and white pinafore on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.3-Program Page 7 Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1999-2000. Pale green folded paper with drawings of two dolls, one in blue dress and MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #2 Wineberg, Susan MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #2 Wineberg, Susan

Schneeberger, Janet

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one in pink, on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.4-Program Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1998-1999. Light blue folded paper with drawing of 3 girls in pinafores, one with a basket of flowers, on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.5-Program Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1996-1997. Light blue folded paper with drawing of a girl in an 1890s style dress holding a doll on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.6-Program Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1995-1996. Purple folded paper with a drawing of a doll and a basket of flowers on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.7-Program Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1992-1993. Green folded cover that covers half of the page front and back. There is a drawing of a woman in an 1890s dress on the cover. Tied together with ribbon at top. A 2000.019.8-Program Good OK Goldstein, Nancy Program for the year 1989-1990. Gray folded paper with drawing of girl in 1890s dress holding a doll on the cover. Stapled together. A 2000.019.9-Program A 1998.004.7-Invitation Good Good OK OK MoMS/file drawer 3R Michigan State Normal College ephemera Goldstein, Nancy Wineberg, Susan Program for the year 1988-1989. Light aqua folded paper with drawing of two dolls. Stapled together. Folded paper invitation to a reception given by the Michigan State Normal School class of 1991for the faculty and students on Saturday Eve. May 2 from 8 to 10 o'clock in the Normal building. There is a list of the committee and of the class officers. Music to be provided by Finney's Orchestra, Detroit. The pages have separated into two pages. Each is scalloped around three edges. A 1998.005-Tape Good OK From Struggle to Success:... is a videotaped oral history interview with O. Herbet, George and Frank Ellis about their memories of life in Ann Arbor in an African-American family. The Ellis brothers were in their 80s at the time of the interview. A 1998.009-Album, Photograph Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Austin, Patricia Photograph album contains photos taken by local photographers. Most of the photos are 4.25 x 6.25" in fair condition. Subjects are unidentified. The album has a red velvet cover which was secured by a clasp at one time. A 1998.010-Menu Good OK The last menu from the Old German Restaurant from February, 1995. The menu is a single sheet of yellow paper with black print. A 1998.011-Documents Good OK Detailed abstract of the property at 941 Newport Rd., Ann Arbor, MI. beginning with the first owner in 1837, John Allen, one of the founders of Ann Arbor. William Maynard, a mayor of Ann Arbor, owned the land in 1849. The abstract is in a blue Burton Title Company envelope. Page 8 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #4 Breck, Sam

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ObjectID# / Objname A 1998.012.01-Card, Report

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Ann Arbor Public Schools report card. One side reads 'Ann Arbor Public Schools Monthly Report Card of Edna Schnierle For School Year 1914, '15 Grade 6B. Augusta W. Walter Teacher, Philip Bach School.' The card is signed by Mrs. S.W.Schnierle after each month Sept.-May. The reverse at top says 'Grade Next Semester 6A' and at bottom 7B. There is a chart listing subjects such as reading, spelling, etc. down and month across with the grade for each month and the final averages ranging from 8 to 9.5 plus one 10 in spelling. Also indicates 16 Half Days Absent in February. A 1998.012.02-Card, Report Fair OK Bethlehem School report card. One side reads 'The Bethlehem School Ann Arbor, Mich. Monthly Report Card of Ruth Schnierle For School Year 1907, '08 Grade 3A. Olive WaiteTeacher, Bethlehem School.' The card is signed by Mrs. S.W.Schnierle after each month Sept.-May. The reverse at top says 'Grade Next Semester 4A' and at bottom 4B. There is a chart listing subjects such as reading, spelling, etc. down and month across with the grade for each month and the final averages ranging from 80 to 100. Some of the sugjects are also listed in German with separate grades (Lesen, Schreiben). Also indicates Half Days Absent and Times Tardy. A 1998.012.10-Daybook Fair OK

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Black trifold leather case with 'Excelsior Diary' in gold on the front fold. Contains a 1920 calendar, space for daily notes, place for names , addresses and cash accounts. It belonged to J.F. Schaeberle 420 W. Jefferson Ann Arbor, MI. There are entries at the beginning and end of the year with a few in between. There are family notes at the back such as 'Arrival of Fred Schaeberle and wife from Germany Nov. 12, 1873' and other facts. There is also a list of names at the back which may be orders. A 1998.014.2-Map Reprint of the 1895 Washtenaw County map. A 1998.014.3-Map A map of Ann Arbor, Michigan from the early 1960s. A 1998.019-Map Fair OK Chadwick's 1911 Map and Directory of Washtenaw County was compiled and published by C. W. Chadwick, Civil Engineer in Ann Arbor, MI. The townships are colored either pink, yellow or green so they can be distinguished easily. At the bottom of the map is a directory of people living in the county. The map is on a wooden roller which can be attached to a wall allowing it to be rolled up when not in use and pulled down when needed. This type of map was used in a school or office. A 1998.022.20-Daybook Fair OK Daily notations from Dec. 1930 to Aug. 1931. Account lists in the back. Belonged to Miss Gladys Rendel, 405 5th St., Ann Arbor, MI. The book has a tan fiberboard cover with black letters 'EVERY DAY REMINDER'. A 1998.023-Book, Account Records of accounts at Schlenker Hardware, 213 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI. A 1998.026-Documents Good OK Mayne, Kenneth Copies of various documents laminated together in one 14.5 x 9" sheet. 1. Letter written Oct. 16, 1868 by Milton M. Arnold to his sister Rosamond telling about his life at the Page 9 Fair OK Powers, Thomas MOMS moveable shelves F upper Koehler, Susan Good OK MOMS moveable shelves c Warzynski, Esther Good OK MOMS moveable shelves C Warzynski, Esther

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University of Michigan. 2. Envelope postmarked Ann Arbor, Mich. addressed to Rose A. Arnold of Bergen, NY 3. Plan of the City of Ann Arbor--street map showing the location of several University of Michigan buildings 4. Card with a black and white picture of some campus buildings of the University of Michigan A 1999.001.09.1-Documents Good OK Political campaign material collected by Norma Kraker, a delegate to the Michigan Republican State Convention, May, 1956 and to the Republican National Convention, 1960. Some items included are a 1960 nominating petition for George Wahr Sallade for Lt. Governor of MI, a Voter's Guide from the League of Women Voters dated Nov. 8, 1960, 3 "Let's back Ike" campaign buttons, delegate ribon and pass to the MI Republican state Convention dated May 5, 1956, Campaign button reproductions (3)--Honest Abe of the West 16th Pres., Teddy is Good Enough for Me 26th Pres., William Howard Taft 27th Pres., 1960 Michigan Republican Platform A 1999.005.2-Certificate, Good OK Baptismal Framed German fraktur baptismal certificate of Wilhelm Gottlob Wenger, son of Gottlob and Caroline Wenger, Born June 9, 1887 in Ann Arbor, Mi, baptised May 13, 1888. Godpartents Christian and Frau Allmendinger. Signed by M. Fr. Belser. The certificate is in a 13.25" x 17.5" x 1" gilded wood frame with flower and leaf design. A 1999.010-Book Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves A The Seyfried-Rehfuss Family History is a genealogical history of the Seyfried and Rehfuss families beginning in 1520. It contains pictures of, articles by, and recipes from some of the members of the families. A 2001.001.02-Album, Photograph Fair OK The album is of brown leather with a tooled Gothic design. It has a metal hinge clasp on the front cover only. An inscription inside reads 'Adie Ruthruff Dixboro Feb. 10, 1883 From ______ Mick ________(faded). The album contains space for 36 photos. There are 20 family pictures (most identified). Most of them measure 2.5 x 3.5". Some are tintypes. There is one loose unidentified tintype. There are also 6 other non-family pictures including a print of Thom Thumb's wedding, George Washington and the Virgin Mary. The pictures are from the 1860s and 70s. A list of the photos is on file. A 2002.029-Calendar Good OK 20 pocket calendars collected over the years by Jack Becker. They were used as advertising by various businesses and others, most in the Ann Arbor area. A 1997.002-Map Good OK Plan of Restricted Residential area in and adjoining the northwest section of the city of Ann Arbor, Land in section 19. On blueprint paper. A 1997.003.2-Book Fair OK Copy book for class notes on American Literature, Latin Practice and Rhetoric. Inscribed 'Anna Clinton' inside. A 1997.003.3-Book Copy book for class notes on U. S. History. Inscribed 'Anna Clinton' inside. A 1997.003.4-Booklet Page 10 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Ledger pages for practicing book-keeping accounts. Belonged to Anna Clinton. Used names of local people Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan MoMS file drawer/4L/misc. ephemera env. 2002.29 MOMS moveable shelves C/map folder MOMS moveable shelves A Schmid, Arlene and Patterson, Ruby Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2001 MoMS/file drawer 2L-Political Reserved for uncatalogued papers items found in the year 1999

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Bidlack, Russell

Prosser, Ellen

Lyn Yenkell, Atwell-Hicks

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for practice. A 1997.003.5-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Ledger pages for practicing book-keeping accounts. Belonged to Anna Clinton. Used names of local people for practice. A 1997.007.1-Scrapbook Poor OK Loose leaf scrapbook of Fiegel's store newspaper ads taped to the loose leaf construction paper pages of a black book with gold lettering. The book is tied with string. The ads are falling out, pages are stained and cover is in poor condition. Most of the ads are dated. A 1997.008.1-Notebook Fair OK Class record book kept by Miss Blakeslee, a teacher at Brunswick School. It contains records for classes in English Literature, Biology and others. A 1997.009.1-Notebook Good OK 3-ring black looseleaf notebook containing orders and receipts for clothing, customer's size and other information used by salesman. The book contains records of many well-known area names arranged alphabetically. 'Fiegel's' is imprinted in gold on the cover. The book was used by a saleman at Fiegel's Menswear, Ann Arbor, MI. A 1997.012-Invitation Fair OK Tan vellum card with decorative geometric cut desing around the edges. Handwritten invitation reads 'Washtenaw Guards Celebration Ann Arbor July 4, 1840, Col. Tho. Mosely & family are respectfully invited to attend. Carriage will call for the ladies at 10 o'clock A.M.' A 1996.008.1-Map Good OK Plat map of the north half of the City of Ann Arbor enlarged from the 1874 Atlas of Washtenaw County, drawing compiled by F. Krause, C.E. of Ann Arbor and published by Everts & Stewart. The map is tinted with watercolor and matted under glass in a 32.5x22.5" oak frame. A 1996.008.2-Map Good OK Plat map of the south half of the City of Ann Arbor enlarged from the 1874 Atlas of Washtenaw County, drawing compiled by F. Krause, C.E. of Ann Arbor and published by Everts & Stewart. Matted under glass in a 32.5x22.5" oak frame. A 1996.012-Painting Good OK The Sesquicentennial Symbol is a painting of the logo used for the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial celebrations in 1974. The painting is done in oil, gold leaf and sand. It has a pink circle on a black background. The stylized letters AA are done in gold leaf bordered in blue and are placed over the pink circle. The cross bar of the As is cut out in the form of the number 150 so the pink shows through the numbers. The picture is surrounded by a white mat in a silver frame and wired to hang on point. A 1995.006-Transparency, Slide Good OK MOMS/photo box of slides Campbell, Ross Collection of slides and accompanying lectures on the early histories of Washtenaw County, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Dexter, Manchester and Saline and other county locations. Also slides of old University of Michigan and U. of M. Hospital. The slides are of pictures from books, maps from books, photos taken by the donor and others. Page 11 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom slot 3 White, Thomas & Laurie MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 Sager, David MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising box # 2 Sager, David and Douglas

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Wineberg, Susan

Coash, George

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White, Thomas & Laurie

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95.6.1-red folder with lecture presentation, some slide lists Slide tray boxes 1-23 95.6.2.1-1 of 2 l-County-General, Ypsi, Saline, Manchester, Milan, 30 slides 95.6.2.2- 2 of 2-County-Chelsea, Dexter, Ann Arbor, 30 slides 95.6.3.1- 1 of 2-Ypsilanti, 30 slides 95.6.3.2- 2 of 2-Ypsilanti, 23 slides 95.6.4-Saline, 22 slides 95.6.5-Milan-29 slides 95.6.6-Manchester, 30 slides 95.6.7-Chelsea, 26 slides 95.6.8.1- 1 of 2-Dexter, 30 slides 95.6.8.2- 2 of 2-Dexter, 10 slides 95.6.9-Whitmore Lake, 30 slides 95.6.10.1- 1 of 2-Ann Arbor, 30 slides 95.6.10.2- 2 of 2-Ann Arbor, 29 slides 95.6.11.1- 1 of 2-Univ. of Mich., Univ. Hospital, 30 slides 95.6.11.2- 2 of 2-Univ. of Mich., Univ. Hospital, 30 slides 95.6.12-Indians of Southeastern Mich., 28 slides 95.6.13-Eastern Michigan University, 24 slides 95.6.14-Univ. Hosp., Univ. of Mich., Ann Arbor, 57 slides 95.6.15-spare and unused slides for Wash. Cty. Early History talk, 50 slides 95.6.16-Milan, 3 slides 95.6.17-Manchester, Bethel Church, Freedom Twp., 7 slides 95.6.18-Chelsea, 15 slides 95.6.19-Ann Arbor-postcard views, churches & schools, unused in talk, 34 slides 95.6.20-County-General, Spires and unused, 37 slides 95.6.21-Views of Old Ann Arbor, early 1920s-gift of Bill Lewis, 9 slides 95.6.22-WCC Willow Run Campus 1966, 11 slides at orig. location of WR village Clarke & Holmes Rd., from Dave Pollack 95.6.23-Lake House (2 views), Hotel Whitmore Lake, 2 slides 95.6.24-Audio tape of 'oss Campbell slide show of History of Ann Arbor given in 1987' 95.6.25-letter to Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial headquarters from Myron K. Cook about the Mills family, esp. Stephen Mills who built Cobblestone Farm A 1995.007.1-Documents Good OK Smith, Carol Land title history of a part of the southwest quarter of Section 2, Pittsfield Township, now City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan prepared by the Fred Burton Abstract Company. A 1995.012.1-Notebook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wutke, Eve Notebook containing excerpts from the published Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections copied by Levi D. Wines written while on the Board of WCHS. A 1995.012.2a-h-Receipt Fair OK 8 receipts issued to Levi Wines while a student at the University of Michigan. They are glued to the front and back of a piece of blue construction paper. a & d. are faded but still readable. b. and e.-h. are blank. Page 12 MOMS moveable Wutke, Eve shelves/folded blue document case #1

ObjectID# / Objname A 1995.012.7-Folio

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Folder with a red drawing of the old Ann Arbor Fire House on the cover. The folder contains a survey and map of the downtown area of Ann Arbor. The map shows the location of the buildings surveyed. The survey was done for the Ann Arbor Historic District Commisssion. A 1995.012.8-Scrapbook Fair OK Wutke, Eve 2 black scrapbooks containing articles pertaining to the Washtenaw County Planning Commission cut from various newspapers. A 1995.013.1-Album, Photograph Fair OK Photo box Baird, Janice and Nimke, Carol Small photograph album containing photos of the Herman Arnold family, mostly of the Arnold children, William and Fiona. The photos have been pasted on black construction paper pages. Those that have come loose are labelled on the reverse (see container list) which may mean that all of the photos are labelled. A 1995.013.2-.59-Print, Fair OK Photographic photographs and snapshots of the Herman Arnold family who lived at 326 W. Liberty, Ann Collection of loose Arbor, MI. One is labeled Hermann Arnold's Familie. Another is labeled Heinrick Frederick Mayers. There are two copies of one photo, one of which is labeled 'Emma' and the other 'Frau William Shorer'. The rest are unlabelled. There are 21 loose snapshots or photo postcards--one of 2 soldiers labeled Co.I, 31st Michigan, and 4 of other soldiers. There are 38 formal photographs (carte de viste, cabinet card or portrait)--10 taken by Ann Arbor photographers, 1 each taken by Manchester, Chelsea, Jackson and Saline photographers. Others were taken by photographers from Chicago, Syracuse NY, Toledo OH, and from California. See container list for descriptions. A 2002.024.19-Print, Photographic Good OK Photo box Bauer, Matilda Collection of 42 photographs taken by the Ann Arbor Park Commission. Subjects include moving the "Rock", Island Park, West Park construction and a beach area on the Huron River--probably where the canoe livery is today. A list of the photos is on file with deed of gift. A 1994.001.3-Roster Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Haines, Peggy The Record of Justices is a listing of the Justices of the Peace of Washtenaw County from 1939 to 1968. The list is in a large red leather book and most of the pages are empty. A 1994.001.4-Program Good OK MoMS/file drawer Haines, Peggy Program for the Cornerstone Laying Ceremony on the Washtenaw County Building, Ann Arbor, MI on Monday, July 12, 1954 at 2:30. The building was designed by R.S. Gerganoff to replace the old courthouse. A list of the cornerstone contents is included in the program. A 1994.002.07a-Documents Sheet of paper with 7 typewritten poems with handwritten names beside them. 1.) Bureau of Authority--Margaret Haward 2.) Vice Chairman--Mildred Alexander 3.) Bureau of Records and Works--Marge Bach 4.) Bureau of Publicity--Doris Embody 5.) Bureau of Education--Viola Brown 6.) Bureau of community Projects--Vera Kleinschmidt 7.) Bureau of Fun and Frolic--Ruth Pardon Also hand written are the words 'Installation of Officers' Page 13 Fair OK MoMS/file drawer/4L Misc. ephemera Wineberg, Susan photo box #2 Baird, Janice and Nimke, Carol

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A copy of a group of newspaper articles relating to the Washtenaw County Home Arts Extension Group activities and the election of officers of the Ann Arbor chapter. 2 of the articles have pictures also. One shows a woman registering for a Rural Woman's Camp on North Lake (a Christmas Seal camp). The other is a picture of Miss Mary Wiseman, new extension agent. The articles were originally cut out and glued to a piece of white paper. A 1994.002.07d-Release, News Good OK A copy of eleven newspaper articles pertaining to the Washtenaw County Home Arts Extension Group meetings. Topics include: Executive Board Meeting, Discussion of Fall Programs, Election of Officers, Landscaping, Meals for the Middle Age, Basic Dress Finishes, Announcement of Meetings. The articles were originally cut out and glued to a piece of white paper. A 1994.002.07b-Release, News Fair OK A copy of ten newspaper articles pertaining to various Washtenaw County Home Arts Extension Group meetings. Topics include: Textiles, New Hats for Old, Correlation of Colors, Potluck supper, Chinese auction., Forming a Chorus Group, Installation of Officers, Cooking Frozen Foods and Special Benefit Programs. The articles were originally cut out and glued to a piece of paper. A 1994.002.07e-Program Good OK An 8-page program for the Washtenaw County Home Arts Extension Group 26th Annual Achievement Day held on May 17, 1949. A 1994.002.07f-Announcement Good OK A small card which reads 'This Scrapbook is awarded to the Home Arts Home Economics Extension Group in recognition of being a Standard Grup for 1946-47. We commend each member for her untiring efforts in working toward this goal. A 1994.002.07g-Correspondence Good OK Thank you note handwritten by Marge Bach, an officer of the Washtenaw County Home Arts Extension Group. 'Dear Home Arts Members, Thank you so much for the lovely plant. Such a beautiful color! It blends in very nicely with my furnishings. It was one of the nicest things that happened during my convalescence. Sincerely, Marge'. There is no envelope. A 1994.002.07h-Certificate, Good OK Achievement Card bearing the seal of the Home Economics Extension in the lower left corner. It is a standard certificate with the pertinent information filled in by typewriter. The card reads 'Homemaker's Certificate Home Economics Extension Service Michigan State College This is to certify that Mrs. Howard J. Hayward has satisfactorily completed all the necessary extension project requirements in Home Furnishing 11 as given in Washtenaw County in the year 1937-1938.' It is signed R. J. Baldwin Director of Extension; Edna V. Smith, State Home Demonstration Leader; Bertella Lee Russell, County Extension Agent. A 1994.002.07i-Letter Good OK Typewritten thank you note from Mrs. Gene Maybee, Chairman of the Christmas Bureau, to Mrs. Harold Kleinschmidt of the Home Arts Extension Group dated December 19, 1949. The letterhead is from the Ann Arbor Council of Social Agencies. The body of the letter reads 'We acknowledge with thanks the receipt of $5.00 for use by the Christmas Bureau in providing Christmas help for needy families. We will notify you after Christmas how the money was used.' Page 14

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ObjectID# / Objname A 1994.002.07j-Program

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Program for the Fall Round-Up Day of the Washtenaw County Home Economics Extension. Program contents include: Training meeting for officers, Fall Round-Up program, Michigan Extension Women's Creed, Program for next year, special schedule. 'E.L. Stierle' written on the cover in ink. A 1994.002.07k-Program Good OK Program for the Washtenaw County Home Extension County Rally Day held on Friday, September 20, 1946. The program includes: poem, songs, training meeting for officers, a morning program, an afternoon program, the Michigan Extension Women's Creed and other topics. A 1994.002.07l-Program Good OK Program for the 25th Anniversary Washtenaw County Achievement Day held on May 18, 1948 at the Ann Arbor High School Auditorium. The program includes: poem, listing of County Executive Committee, Achievement Day committees, listing of 20-25 year members, chorus, morning session, afternoon session, Woman's Creed, listing of HomeEconomics Groups, songs. A 1994.002.16a-m-Recipe Good OK 13 unbound sheets of paper with handwritten recipes from Drake's Sandwich Shop. a. Cream Pie and crust b. Butterscotch Pie, Mince Meat Pie, Basic Cream Sauce, Scalloped Potatoes c. Spaghetti and Meat Balls, Italian Spaghetti d. Chocolate Cake e. Lemon Filling for white cake f. Lemon Pie g. Caramel Icing h. Salmon Loaf, Cream Salmon and Peas, Macaroni and Cheese i. Cream Smoke Salmon, Vegetable Soup, Veg. Noodles, Beef and Barley Soup, Creamy Celery Soup, Cream of Onion Soup, Split Pea Soup, Tomato Soup, Rice Soup, Mash Potatoes, Hot Beef Sandwich, Meat Loaf, Pie Crust Mix, Potato Soup j. Chop Suey, Raspberry Pie, Rice, Custard Pie, Simple Syrup, Wild Cherry Simple Syrup k. Creamed Chipped Beef, Coconut Pie, Meringue l. Caramel Icing, White Cake, Meat Balls, Basic Cake, Spice Cake m. Raisin Pie A 1994.002.17a-d-Menu Four menus from Drake's Sandwich Shop a. Martian Room, Fountain Service, Luncheonette--black glossy print b. Low Calorie list of foods for a week--1940s c. Drake's Walnut Room--yellow, textured paper, 1940-1946 d. Handout menu--folded white paper with black printing A 1994.002.19a-Sign Good OK White banner sign with black printing on boxboard. The sign reads 'OUR 65th YEAR'. A 1994.002.19b-Sign Good OK Good OK

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White boxboard with black printing. There is a black border around the sign. The sign reads 'Consumption or Page 15

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Possession of ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PROHIBITED'. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19c-Sign Good OK White boxboard with bold, black printing. There is a black border around the words. The sign reads 'TRIAL BAG 25 '. The sign was posted at Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19d-Sign Good OK White boxboard with black printing. There is a black border around the words. The sign reads 'We Mail CANDY'. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19e-Sign Good OK White boxboard with bold, black printing. There is a black border along the top and bottom of the sign. The sign reads 'SHOP'. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19f-Sign Good OK Cream color boxboard with black and red printing. There is a double black line border around the words. There is a drawing of a turkey on the left side. The sign reads 'DON'T WORRY! Just get a WILD WORRYBIRD (Floogie Boo) to do your worrying for you! BOXED READY TO MAIL'. In a separate box in the lower left is a description of boxes used. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19g-Sign Good OK White boxboard with black printing. There is a black line border around the words. The words read 'Special $2.98'. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19h-Sign Good OK White boxboard with black printing. There is a black border around the words. The sign reads 'Send a 'GOB of LUCK'. He'll Sink Any Cargo of Blues; BOXED READY TO MAIL. Parcel Post sticker on box and extra tape for sealing.' The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop during WWII. A 1994.002.19i-Sign Good OK White boxboard with black printing. There is a black border at the top and bottom of the sign. The sign reads 'SWEET CIDER'. The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.19j-Sign Good OK White boxboard with black printing. There is a black border around the words. The sign reads 'Send SCRAPPY! "The Lucky Mascot" YARDBIRD "He's The Guy Can Do It!" BOXED READY TO MAIL 50 CENTS.' The sign was posted in Drake's Sandwich Shop during WWII. A 1994.002.22-Leaflet Good OK Flyer on blue paper entitled 'Who is Blinder?' It is designed to create sensitivity about sexual preference, rudeness, homophobia and similar topics. It was available in Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.21-Handbill Good OK White paper leaflet with black printing announcing the Reunion of Drake's past customers. It invites those from anytime between 1940 and 1955. The reunion was held at Drake's Sandwich Shop on August 3, 1980. A 1994.002.23-Handbill Sheet of white paper with a list of the teas available at Drake's Sandwich Shop. Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 Wineberg, Susan

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Continuous string of four stickers with the words 'No Tipping Please' in red. Perforated between each one for easy separation. A 1994.002.25-Form, Order Good OK Ten used self-service order blanks for Drake's Sandwich Shop. Separate white papers with green printing and green shading in the order space. A 1994.002.31-Form, Order Good OK Order pad for Drake's Sandwich Shop Martian Room. Unused order blanks starting with number 24401. White paper with black printing and a green shaded order area bound together at the top. Stamped across each are the words 'No Tips Please'. A 1994.002.26-Form, Order Mail order form for Drake's Sandwich Shop A 1994.002.27-Handbill Good OK Good OK

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White paper with black printing-'Drake's List of Superb and Rare Teas for the Connoisseur' A 1994.002.28-Handbill Good OK

Small piece of white paper with black printing. It reads 'Drake's Lawn Service Things We Do'. It lists services available plus the address and phone number of Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.29-Label Good OK Shipping label for orders for tea, candy or other items from Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.32-Form, Order Good OK

Pad of pick-up and delivery forms from Drake's Sandwich Shop. The pad is bound at the top. A 1994.002.30-Notepad Good OK

Pad of white paepr with black printing. At the top are the words 'Special's Today' in script. Near the bottom are the words 'HOME MADE PIES' underlined in black. Pad is from Drake's Sandwich Shop. A 1994.002.33a-v-Documents Good OK Miscellaneous small paper items from Drake's Sandwich Shop. They include labels, cards, stickers, signs, and tags. See container list for details. A 1994.002.34-Recipe Fair OK 3 x 5" index cards with recipes of items offered in Drake's Sandwich Shop. Cards are filed by category in a white metal file box with a label that reads 'DMC the modern food preparer'. A 1993.005.45-Booklet Good OK Michigan Farm Laws is a book published by the Rural Publishing Co. of Columbus, OH. The company publishes farm laws of 30 states. The 4 pages in this booklet are copies from that book put together to form a booklet consisting of title page, copy of article and copy of advertisements. The article and one of the advertisements is about C.H. Major and Company-Decorators, of Ann Arbor, MI. The other advertisements Page 17

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are for local Ann Arbor businesses--Enoch Dieterle, Funeral Director and B. St. James dry good store. A 1993.007.25-.45-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper .25-.39 26 pictures pasted on 15 pages of yellowing construction paper. A handwritten ink caption reading 'This and the following pictures were taken from the Tuesday, May 19, 1936 issue of the Ann Arbor Daily News. It was the anniversary issue.' is on two of the pages. Most of the pictures are of buildings or people in the Ann Arbor area taken in the early 20th century. .40-.43 4 articles from the same edition. .44 Ann Arbor Daily Times News June 17, 1915 pages 1-8 .45 picture from the Ann Arbor News Thursday, Jan. 23m 1947 See container list A 2003.012.1-Program Fair OK Program is sheet of white paper folded to 4 leaves. The cover has a purple stylized geometric drawing of a graduate walking down a path by Gail McCollum. Inside there is a list of class officers and advisors along with a list of special guests. The program includes a list of awards to be presented. On the back cover are the words to the alma mater "Purple and White". All printing on the inside and back is done in purple ink. A 2003.012.3-Booklet Fair OK The Way to His Heart is small cookbook. It was printed as a souvenir of the Bazaar Petite held on Dec. 6, 7, 8, 1927 and sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation Beth Israel, Ann Arbor, MI. It contains recipes, tips on removing stains, time-savers and advertisements from local businesses. Officers and other people involved are also listed. A 2003.018.3-Program Good OK Booklet dated June 17, 1943 containing the program for graduation exercises of Ann Arbor High School held at Hill Auditorium. Also included in the booklet are the class list, words to school alma mater and other facks. The program has a white cover with blue letters and the picture of an American flag. A 2003.024-Permit Fair OK Folded leaf booklet printed in Wurttemberg, Stuttgart Germany. It consists of bound sections tied together with a string. The booklet originally had 64 pages but now only has page 1-28, half of page 28/29, pages 53/54 and 63/64. It has printed rules dated 1841 followed by stamped pages with handwritten items dated in the 1850s. On page 21 there is a handwritten list of days worked from April to August and August to December plus the amount received. The later pages are in notations and numbers in pencil, many crossed out. On page 53 it mentions Ann Arbor and april 25, 1857. The permit is made out to John Warner (JoHan Woerner) in the profession of mason. A 2003.013.3-Program Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Grant, Dianna Booklet for theTwentieth Anniversary of the Dedication of the New Methodist Episcopal Church in Ypsilanti, MI held April 28 and 29, 1912. The folded cardstock cover contains 8 leaves with a picture of the church on the first leaf. The booklet contains a brief historical sketch, the Sunday program, the anniversary banquet program and menu and a list of pastors. A 2003.025.1-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Brown leather covered book with gold design borders. It contains handwritten essays, jokes, notices and other items of interest. It was continuously added to in different handwriting for each piece from Nov. 1856 to May Page 18 Rev. & Mrs. Hugh F. Hardin, Jr. MoMS/file drawer/TL-Ann Arbor High folder Diesenroth, Evelyn MoMS/file drawer 4L Figg ephemera Figg, Earlyne

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1859. It was a semi-monthly paper devoted to our improvement. Each paper has diffeent editors listed. One section is called 'The Rural Simplicity Devoted to Literature, Religion and the fine arts.' Another page is labelled Phoenix Society. A 2003.025.2-Card, Calling White glossy calling card reading 'N.E. Springsteen Traveling Ag't G.T.R. A 2003.020.06-Album, Photograph Good OK MoMS Good OK Rev. & Mrs. Hugh F. Hardin, Jr. Wineberg, Susan

The album is covered with purple plush velvet with trapunto leaves and brances on the front. There are metal pieces at the sides for a clasp which is missing. It contains 32 gold-edged leaves with spaces for three 4.25" x 6.5" cabinet cards on each leaf. The leaves are pale green with a gold border around the arched spaces simulating a frame. There are 37 pictures scattered throughout the album. Some of the pictures are labeled. Most of them are cabinet cards. See file or container list for list of photos. A 2003.020.08.1-Release, News Good OK A captioned newspaper photograph of 10 women in dresses and hats behind a table set with teas service and candalabrum. The caption reads 'Life members of the Woman's Club of Ann Arbor were honored at a tea yesterday in the Ann Arbor Women's City Club. Ten of the honored women attending the event were Mrs. I. William Groomes (seated) and (from left) Mrs. Grace M. Burg, Mrs. A.M. Walsworth, Mrs. William Ager Sr., Miss E. Elizabeth Slack, Mrs. Erwin E. Schmid, Mrs. A.G. Lyndon, Mrs. William V. Dick, Mrs. J.B. Waterman and Mrs. George W. Willard.' A 2003.020.08.2-Announcement, Good OK Funeral Newspaper obituary of Robert W. Benz, 56, who died on Aug. 30.1928. He was a cattle dealer born in Webster Twp. July 12,1872 and later lived at 308 E. Jefferson, Ann Arbor, MI. One of his survivors is his sister Mrs. Erwin H. Schmid. A 2003.020.08.3-Announcement, Good OK Funeral obituary of Charles F. Mann, 59, a prominent wholesale and retail pharmaceutical and drug Newspaper businessman in the Detroit area. He was born in Ann Arbor Sept. 19.1864. A 2003.020.08.4-Release, News Good OK Newspaper story about the University of Michigan class of 1936 Senior Ball held at the Michigan Union June 19,1936. The subheading reads 'Many Ann Arbor Girls Are Guests For Formal In Michigan Union'. The article describes the scene and the dresses of some of the guests. One of the dresses described was that of Miss Emma Schmid. A 2003.020.08.5-Release, News Good OK The newspaper article from Section Two, page 9 of the Ann Arbor Daily News features the 1"x1.25" yearbook photos of each U. of M. senior from Ann Arbor with a list of names. The 10th picture in the third row is Emma Schmid. The article on the reverse (Section Two, page 10) features the 1"x1.25" yearbook photos of each Ann Arbor High School senior with a list of names. A 2003.020.09-Program Good OK Booklet with cardstock cover depicting musical staffs and 1932 in white on a purple ground. It contains words to the class song, a banquet menu, program of toasts, dance card and a list of guests of honor. MoMS/file drawer Emma Schmid ephemera Wineberg, Susan MoMS/file drawer Emma Schmid ephemera Wineberg, Susan

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Program for the year 1969-1970. It contains a list of programs and other activities and projects, list of officers and committees, list of charter members, list of past presidents, list of present members, the bylaws and an application for membership. A 2003.020.12-Card, Mourning Good OK Black cabinet card printed in gold. There is a drawing of a woman looking up at a cross highlighted by a sun. 'In Loving Remembrance of Mrs. Gottlieb Benz, Died April 18, 1900. Age 49 years' is printed on the right side. On the lower left is a poem within a decorative border. It reads 'Tis hard to break the tender cord, When love has bound the heart. 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the words: "We must forever part." Dearest loved one we must lay thee In the peaceful grae's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished 'Til we see thy heavenly face.' The picture and words are surrounded by a gold border. Below the border is 'Copyright, 1898 by H. F. Wendell, Leipsic, O.' The card is a standard card available with a space to insert the persons name and other facts. A 2003.020.14-Program Good OK The University of Michigan graduation program for June 20, 1936 contains the alma mater, the order of exercises, the order of presentation of degrees and the lists of candidates for degrees. A summary of degrees conferred is on the back cover. Emma Schmid is listed under Bachelor of Arts, College of L., S. & A. on page 8. The program is a folded paper cover with 34 pages. The cover reads 'University of Michigan Ninety-second Commencement June 20, 1936' and has the University's seal printed on it. The words and the seal are surrounded by a double line border with a repeating design between them. A 2003.020.15-Program Good OK Program of the June 17, 1932 graduation exercises of Ann Arbor High School held at Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, MI. It contains the order of exercises, and a list of the graduates. Emma Schmid is listed in the Modern Language Group of the Literary Preparatory Curriculum. The cover of the booklet reads 'Exercises of the SEventy-Third Graduating Class Ann Arbor High School Hill Auditorium 10 o'clock A.M. Friday, June the Seventeenth 1932'. There is a drawing of a rolled and ribboned dipolma within a wreath. The words and drawing are surrounded by a decorative border. A 2003.020.17-Diploma Good OK Diploma printed in black on white parchment paper. It reads 'Ann Arbor Senior High School This certifies that Emma Marie Schmid has completed the requirements for graduation fron the Senior High School of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and is awarded this diploma In Witness Whereof the authorized officers have hereunto affixed their signatures this 17th day of June 1932'. It is signed by Arthur Brown, President of the Board of Education, John a. Neelands, Secretary of the Board of Education, Otto W. Haisley, Superintendant of Schools and L.L. Forsythe, Principal of Senior High School. The emblem of the high school is also on the diploma. It is tied into a purple leather folder by a purple ribbon. The folder is stamped with her name on the front. A 2003.020.18-Transcript Good OK Transcript of the Ann Arbor High School record of Emma Marie Schmid dated June 17, 1932 and signed by L. L. Forsythe, Principal. The transcript shows the classes taken and the grades for the period of September 1928 to June 17, 1932. The transcript is in a purple leather folder stamped with her name along with 2003.20.17. A 2003.020.19-Transcript Good OK Two copies of the University of Michgan College of L. S. & A. transcript of Emma Marie Schmid. It contains Page 20

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the classes taken and grades received from entrance in 1932 to graduation in June 1936. It indicates that she received an A.B. degree. It also shows that she took two courses in Fine Arts in 1936-37 after graduation. The transcript is printed in white on blue paper. A 2003.020.20-Certificate, Good OK Baptismal Baptismal certificate of Emma Marie Schmid issued Nov. 10, 1814. It is written in German and indicates the Emma was born on Sept. 25, 1814 in Ann Arbor, Mich., the daughter of Erwin Schmid and and his wife Flora, nee Benz. Witnesses are Friedrich Schmid and Elisa Schmid and it is signed by A.L. Nicklas, Ev Luth. Pastor. There is a color picture of angels and a harp at the top and a picture of Jesus blessing children in a garden at the bottom. There is an embossed seal below the picture. A 2003.020.21-Certificate, Good OK Confirmation Confirmation certificate issued to Emma Marie Schmid at her confirmation in Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan on Pentecost, June 5, 1927. It is signed by E.C. Stellhorn, Pastor. There is a color picture of a child surrounded by older men who appear to be teachers/ministers. There are several Bible verses printed on the certificate and a floral design border. There is a gold seal at the bottom. A 2003.020.22-Certificate, Good OK Baptismal Baptismal certificate of Friedrich Schmid who was born Sept. 19, 1907 in Ann Arbor, Mich. the son of Erwin Schmid and his wife Flora, nee Benz. It was witnessed by Freidrich Schmid and Elisa Schmid and is signed by A. L. Nicklas, Pastor. It is written in German. There is are color pictures of a baptism in a body of water across the top and a color picture of a baptism in a church down the left side. The words, in German, are inside a border of stems to the right. The bottom indicates that this is form No. 38 from the Lutheran Book Concern, Columbus, Ohio. There is an embossed seal at the bottom. A 2003.020.23-Diploma Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Diploma issued to Emma Marie Schmid reads 'University of Michgan To all who may read these letters Greetings Hereby it is certified that upon the recommendation of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts the Regents of the University of Michigan have conferred on Emma Marie Schmid the degree of Bachelor of Arts in recognition of the satisfactory fulfillment of the requirements pertaining to this degree Dated this twentieth day of June 1936.' It is signed by Alexander Ruthven, President and Shirley W. Smith, Secretary. The seal of the state of Michigan is printed on it and there is a gold seal of the University attached. A 2003.020.26-Print, Photographic Good OK Wineberg, Susan Series of color snapshots of the exterior and interior of the house at 438 S. Fifth, Ann Arbor Michigan. There are also some pictures of some of the items in the home. They were taken by Susan Wineberg at the time of the Emma Schmid estate sale. A 2000.001.1.01-Notebook Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves A Two ring work book of notes, drawings and bird songs from third hour class of Lydia Baird, 513 Thompson St., Ann Arbor, MI. A 2000.001.1.02-Poster Fair OK Program and two newspaper items mounted on poster board. Program is entitled Class of 1919 50th Anniversary Reunion Ann Arbor High School June 14, 1969. A newspaper photograph of the class of 1919 reunion pictures Lydia Baird Muncy, Ralph Muncy, Lela Duff. A newspaper article tells of the planting of a tree at Pioneer High School as a living memorial of the class of 1919/ Page 21 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan

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Laboratory notebook belonging to Lydia Baird. It contains handwritten lab experiments and results. The book is from Geo. Wahr Publisher. A 2000.001.1.20-Booklet Good OK Heydays and Holidays is a booklet produced by the Ann Arbor Story League in 1941. It contains a list of members, the programs for the year from Oct. 1941 to June 1942. The League met the 2nd and 4th Wednesday. A 2000.001.1.21-Booklet Good OK Our Own and Other Lands is a booklet produced by the Ann Arbor Story League in 1942. It contains a list of members, the programs for the year from Oct. 1942 to June 1943. The League met the 2nd and 4th Wednesday. A 2000.001.1.22-Booklet Good OK Highways to Service By-Ways A Field is a booklet produced by the Ann Arbor Story League in 1943. It contains a list of members, the programs for the year from Oct. 1943 to June 1944. The League met the 2nd and 4th Wednesday. A 2000.001.1.23-Print, Good OK Photographicof the 50th reunion of the class of 1920, Ann Arbor High School. Some of the photos are 17 photographs labelled. A 2000.001.1.29-Notebook Fair OK ART is a booklet of drawings by Lydia Baird. There are pencil drawings and ink drawings of leaves, watercolor scenes, vases and geometric designs. Each drawing is on art paper or construction paper and glued onto the gray construction paper pages of the booklet. The cover is decorated with a white border with leaves. A 29-102-Records Marriage register kept by Rev. Nathaniel Sweet Burton from 1869-1879 on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as 1867 A 29-105-Clipping, Newspaper Missing Bentley On Loan

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Bentley

Mrs. W.W. Beman

Mrs. M.R. Pressly

Twenty seven clippings from an old scrapbook Bentley Listed as found 6/17/41 "Governor's Levee" Detroit Light Guard, to Josiah W. Begole Mar. 30, 1883 Listed as found 10/9/43 early campus view, clipping 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 29-117-Clipping, Newspaper No infor. in files A 29-125-Certificate, Membership On Loan Bentley Marion Goodrich Certificate of membership for the year 1859 in the Washtenaw County Agriculture and Horticulture Society, issued to Chauncey Goodrich A 30-001-Notebook Copy books written by Amelia Roos on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Page 22 On Loan Bentley Mrs. W. D. Haines Missing Mrs. Ben Barker

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Amelia Roos, 'her cyphering book, Shawangunk, 13th December, Anno Domini, 1822' Roos, Amelia, manuscript book of arithmetical calculations, 1822 A 30-002-Book A 30-023-Book, Account Missing On Loan Bentley J. O. Thompson Lucy Chapin

on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Washtenaw county Assessor's book, Ann Arbor, 1839, property west of the Huron River as of 3/30/1839 A 30-029-Newspaper Bound newspapers containing publicity regarding Nancy Babbitt. See container list. A 30-053-Letter Six letters from 1858, 1859, 1861 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 30-062-Letter Fair OK Group of letters to Miss Mary Clark from Mrs. Henry Tappan and others while on a European trip. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 31-008-Clipping, Newspaper Donation includes 330 clippings, newspapers, manuscripts, recipes. A 31-015-Map A 31-016-Documents Collection of 145 manuscripts and documents from the Civil War A 31-070-Album, Photograph Five photograph albums with photographs A 31-071-Documents Papers, etc. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list-see container list A 31-072-Map Map of the C.B. & O. Railroad and its connections, 1880 A 31-083-Catalog Fair OK MOMS Lucy Chapin Seventeen catalogs from Ann Arbor High School from 1896 to 1917. Three of them are stored at the museum. The rest are missing. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as years 1900-01 to 1912-13, 1914-15, 1916-17, 1896-97, 1897-98 (17 items) Ziegler card lists17- 1900-01 to 1912-13, 1914-15, 1916-17, 1896-97, 1897-98 A 31-087-Book, Account Account book of Aaron Vance kept from 1826-1836 Ziegler card says 1836-38 Page 23 On Loan Bentley Mrs. m.M. Warman On Loan Bentley Mrs. Anna Parshall Missing Bentley Mrs. Anna Parshall On Loan Bentley Mrs. Anna Parshall Missing On Loan Bentley Dr. W. B. Hinsdale Mrs. A. R. Welsh Missing MOMS/MoMS/file drawer misc. ephemera folder Lucy Chapin On Loan Bentley Mary Richmond Pressly On Loan Bentley Nancy Babbitt Church

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

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Letter from Constantine Reta to Chancellor (Tappan), 3 pages A 32-020-Letter A 32-024-Manuscript Statement certifying the worth of certain land mortgaged by Wm. L. Maynard & wife, 1839 A 33-003-Clipping, Newspaper Fair OK Collection of 167 clippings about early American history. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--see container list 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list--see container list Some of them are at the museum One is a map located in map folder, shelf C. Twenty-six are handwritten recipes--twenty-one for food, mostly cakes and cookies, one for stuffing birds, four for dyeing yarn or cloth in folded document case #1. on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-keep Manila folder-Misc. clippings, pictures on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell The Vidette Per Ziegler card Det. Free Press, Sept.25, 1901, v.67, no. 1, p. 1-2, 9-10 Vernon Argus: 1901, Sept. 26, v. 11, no. 6, 4 pgs. The Vidette: Mar. 1901, v. 1, no. 5, pub. monthly by Vidette Pub. Co., Wadsworth, Nev. A 33-006.2-Program Program from the Ann Arbor High School graduation exercises of the class of 1880 A 33-007-Documents Accounts, receipts, etc. of local merchants, mostly Ann Arbor. Records for the years 1821-1901. The collection contains 85 items or ?? more. A 33-009-Manuscript Manuscript about a hornbook A 33-016-Map Six photostats of maps from 1832, 1836, 1837,1869. Purchased for $2.00 on 11/13/39 Bentley list-see container list A 33-019-Paper Missing Bentley Collection of miscellaneous item. Original register reads '3 Miscellaneous papers: Ypsilanti, note'. Original donor card reads 'Ypsilanti; note; conservation program of Forest Hill Cemetery; newspaper clipping' A 33-026-Clipping, Newspaper A 33-030-Manuscript Missing Gertrude Breed Ellen B. Bach Bentley University Photostat Department Lucy Chapin Missing Mrs. Kelsey Bentley Mrs. Ella Wagner Tanner Missing MOMS moveable shelves/map Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger folder/folded blue docu. case #1

Mrs. A.W. Stalker

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Two newspapers about the new First National Bank Building, 1929 A 33-034-Book Details the dedication of a church in Northfield Township. A 34-001-Book A collection of five books containing University of Michigan President's reports. A 34-032-Book Proceedings of the Michigan state board of health, 1896 A 34-062-Manuscript A 34-060-Scrapbook A 34-063-Card, Greeting A 34-064-Documents Collection of seven documents 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 34-065-Documents Collection of three documents 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 35-001-Documents Collection of forty-four documents and clippings Bentley list 11/25/40 --2 manuscript notebooks of necrology of Washtenaw County on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--2 v., Necrology, Washtenaw County, 1916-1920, manuscript A 35-003-Scrapbook Four scrapbooks on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1880s, about 8 pgs., no historical value A 35-004-Documents Collection of 112 documents and clippings 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--photograph Ziegler card indicates Michigan History magazine A 35-008-Announcement Schedule of University of Michigan football games for 1899 A 35-009-Newspaper On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe A list attached to the 3/44 Bentley deposit list reads "The graphic, v.2, no. 55,56,1870; v.4, no. 14, 1891 (My card and my catalog do not quite agree on these, and the volume numbers do not make sense. Is one the Page 25 Missing Bentley C.A. Supe Missing Bentley Pioneer & Historical Society On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Missing Bentley Pioneer & Historical Society Missing Bentley Gertrude Breed Lucy Chapin Bentley Bentley Bentley Carolina A. Supe Lucy Chapin Gertrude Breed Bentley C.A. Supe

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London Graphic and one an Ann Arbor pub.?)" another page--Illustrated London News, v.9, no. 228-231, 1846 on 6/3/86 Bentley WHS items for dup. sale The Graphic. London. 1870 Dec 17, no. 55 (complete--24 pgs), Dec. 24, no. 56 (fragment-8 pages) The Illustrated London News. 1846 Sep. 12-Oct. 3, nos. 228-231, Scattered pages, pp. 161-74, 181-82, 197-200, 203-14, 219-22) A 35-011-Documents Collection of 197 bills, accounts and documents. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list on 10/23/39 Bentley deposit list--Receipts and accounts of William Wagner, 1849-1902 A 35-018-Card, Political Two cards--Republican ticket from 1858 and a commercial card from 1859 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--Republican ticted for Ann Arbor city electionin 1858 A 35-019-Journal Book with blank pages, vellum binding from 1867 A 35-020-Program Program from the 41st May Festival held at Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor in 1934 A 35-021-Program Program from the centennial celebration of the Bethlehem Evangelical Church, Ann Arbor in 1933. Ziegler card shows date of 1935 A 35-024-Documents Collection of three papers of Ann Arbor: Proclamation of Democratic Convention held in Ann Arbor in 1835; House of Representatives Bill #34 to amend the incorporation of Ann Arbor in 1846; List of premiums for the 2nd annual fair of the Michigan Argriculture Society in 1850. on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-sell (copy 2 of Proceedings of Dem. Terr. Conv.) A 35-034-Documents Collection of items: Deed from 1854; Naturalization paper from 1856 A 36-002-Records Collection of 57 books and reports includes: on 3/44 Bentley deposit list A 36-005-Manuscript Original and copy of manuscript written by donor's grandmother. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list has Mrs. N. R (or K) Pierson in () after entry on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Pierce, Mrs. H.N. A brief history of the Ladies' Decoration Society, 1878 A 36-012-Deed On Loan Bentley Mrs. Allmendinger Three deeds--1869, 1857, 1858 10/23/39 Bentley list indicates two deed belonging to Allmendinger family, 1839, 1858. The same list Page 26 On Loan Bentley J.B. Saunders On Loan Bentley GAR Missing Bentley Ellen B. Bach Bentley Lucy Chapin On Loan Bentley Gertrude Breed On Loan Bentley Gertrude Breed On Loan Bentley Gertruce Breed Missing Bentley Ellen B. Bach On Loan Bentley Ellen B. Bach

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indicates a deed for property in Forest Hill Cemetery for Elizabeth Allmendinger, 1868 A 36-013-Map Map of the layout of Forest Hill Cemetery in Ann Arbor A 36-014-Map Map of Washtenaw County with road names A 36-017-Deed Deed on parchment--made out to Preserved M. Blakeman A 36-020-Booklet My Ma's Club as Viewed by a Small Boy is a booklet by Mrs. H. S. Russell of Ann Arbor, MI A 37-001-Deed Deed to 18 E. Huron St., Ann Arbor, from John and Ann Allen to Daniel Brown A 37-003-Documents Collection of 9 deeds, etc A 37-010-Deed Deed to three lots in Park Ridge subdivision, Ypsilanti, MI. 1891 A 38-001-Records Book of Quarter Master's records for the years 1883-1890, manuscript A 38-002-Records On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post Record book No. 2 of Welch post no. 137, Depart of Michigan Grand Army of the Republic, Ann Arbor, MI, 1888-1913, manuscript A 38-007-Commission Fair OK Original charter of Welch Post G.A.R., dated at Headquarters of Department of Michigan G.A.R. at Hillsdale on '8th day of May in the year of our Lord 1883 or our independence 107th'. It bears a list of names. It is surrounded by a 2" mat in 21" x 26.5" oak frame with molding half way in. A 38-011-Clipping, Newspaper A 38-013-Diary Fair Missing OK MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 1 G.A.R. Welch Post On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post Missing Bentley Geneva Smithe Missing Bentley Ethelberta Henby Missing Bentley Ethelberta Henby On Loan Bentley N.A. Wood On Loan Bentley Mrs. M.G. Hendershott Missing Detroit Edison Co. Fair OK Bentley Mrs. Allmendinger

Calvin Goodrich Prof. O.W. Brown

Copy of the diary of William Boston written during the Civil War, 1862-65. He was a member of Co. H, 20th Michigan Volunteer Infantry, 9th Army Corp. The diary covers Aug. 19, 1862 to July 4, 1865 The mimeographed copy was made in Ann Arbor, 1937 A 38-014-Program Collection of 73 programs and papers A 38-016-Program Collection of 37 programs. on 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list Missing Bentley Bertha G. Buell Missing Bentley Bertha G. Buell

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Program from the Golden Wedding Celebration of Mr. & Mrs. Jay Everett of Chelsea, MI held in 1900. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list indicates invitation A 38-021-Papers, Personal On Loan Bentley Clara Van Fossen estate Collection of 57 papers. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list The Sportsman's review, vol. 15, no. 12, June 15, 1899; 1900 vol. 17, no. 3, Jan. 20, no. 4, Jan. 27, no. 6, Feb. 10, no.7, Feb. 17, no. 9, March 3, no. 10, March 10, no. 15, April 14, 1900 (7 copies of no. 6, 3 copies of no. 7) Per Ziegler card Ypsilanti Daily Press, 1906: July 5, v. 3, no. 99, 4 pgs. 1907: Feb. 22, v. 3, no. 295, 4 pgs. Apr. 9, v. 3, no. 331, 4 pgs. Oct. 29, v. 4, no. 217, 4 pgs., mutilated 1908: Jan. 6, v. 7, no. 245, 4 pgs. 1910: Apr. 21, v. 7, no. 37, 4 pgs. July 7, v. 7, no. 102, 4 pgs. Normal College New, Ypsilanti, 1907: Feb. 28, v. 4, no. 19, 4 pgs. Dec. 5, v. 6, no. 4, 6 pgs. (2c) 1908: Oct. 15, v. 6, no. 4, 8 pgs. Dec. 3, v. 6, no. 11, 8 pgs. Dec. 10, v. 6, no. 12, 8 pgs. A 38-024.1-Program Good OK MoMS/file drawer Ellen B. Bach Program of Dedication of the First Presbyterian Church Building and Student Center in Ann Arbor held on May 6,7, and 8, 1938. A 38-026-Book Record book No. 1 , property of Welch Post no. 137 of G.A.R., Ann Arbor, MI 1883-1888 A 38-027-Book Record book No. 3, Welch post no. 137, Ann Arbor, 1913-1937 A 38-028-Magazine Six journals of annual encampments covering the years 1931-35, 37. A 38-029-Book On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post Two books on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-sell Ritual of the Grand Army of the Republic, pub. by Rutland Vt., G.A.R. 1891, 32 pgs., cloth hard bound, poor cond. Services for the use of the Grand Army of the Republic, Milwaukee, Riverside Printing Co., 1892, inscribed "Adelphi T. Campan Grand Rapids", 65 pgs., cloth, hardbound, fair cond. A 38-030-Records Thirty-five books and papers of quartermasters' records. 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list Page 28 OK Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post

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on 3/44 Bentley deposit list GAR Quartermaster's ledger, 1890-1941 A 38-033-Documents Missing Bentley Mrs. Mary R. Pressly Two documents Appointment of Charles H. Richmond as a Commissioner of the State, commission signed by Benj. Harrison, 1890 A 38-034-Documents Four manuscripts, clippings and papers A 38-089-Handbill Broadside of entertainment by B. Finney A 2004.007.3-Documents Fair OK MOMS Hendrix, Dan Collection of items used by Eunice Hendrix while conducting historic field trips for the Ann Arbor Schools. Manuscript of walking tour of buildings of Ann Arbor and accompanying 8x10 photographs. Manuscript of Huron River Walk and accompanying photographs. A 2004.007.4-Postcard Collection of postcards of Huron River scenes in a green three-ring binder. A 2004.008.13-Map Fair OK The 1880 map is a detailed birdseye drawing of Ann Arbor Michigan done in black and white showing buildings, streets and topography at the time. A 38-148-Album, Photograph A 38-151-Diary Daily memorandum book of Wm. Anson Brown A 38-158-Manuscript A 39-008a-Book Missing On Loan Bentley Ethelberta Henby Harold Riplow On Loan On Loan MOMS moveable shelves/E upper center, slot 4 Bentley Bentley Cooch, Robert Fair OK MOMS Hendrix, Dan Missing Bentley Byron Finney estate Missing Bentley Mrs. Mary R. Pressly

Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach

Collection of 10 books--five Michigan manuals and five agricultural reports. Three of the agricultural reports were of other states and were given to University Library in 1942 by Geneva Smithe. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Official directory and legislative manual of Michigan: 1897, 1898, 1909, 1913, 1935 Annual report of Michgan state board of agriculture, 1880, 1904 A 39-019-Map Chart of events of Civil War A 39-024-Picture Collection of 48 maps and pictures found in files. Bentley Listed as found 6/17/41 Mil. reception & ball, Mich. Natl. Gurar, Apr. 11, 1898 Page 29 On Loan Bentley On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

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Listed as found 10/3/41 Historical Detroit, A story in Bronze, J.L. Hudson Co. 1881-1926. 11/13/39 Bentley Deposit list & 3/44 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 39-028-Paper Collection of 16 papers 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list--see container list A 39-030-Map Fair OK Map of the University of Michgan Campus in 1933, copy of a drawing by P. Bukovsky 11/12/39 Bentley lists 2 items--Map in Broadsides file, key to perspective map in steel file AA A 39-032-Map Collection of 8 maps on 11/13/39 Bentley list-see container list A 39-034-Book Photostatic copy of a biography page from the History of Washtenaw County A 40-006-Scrapbook On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Two scrapbooks on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Scrapbook--long narrow, clippings pasted over ledger, all about women with some local people, ie Suicide of Lewis Coe of Ypsi. A 40-008-Documents Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Caroline A. Supe estate Collection of three diplomas and one University of Michigan commencement invitation. Dates include 1891 and 1903. Commencement invit. found. See container list. An undated Bentley deposit list indicates 3 diplomas and 1 commencement invitation. 4/3/41 Bentley deposit list indicates diplomas 1897, 1917, 1918 A 40-016-Scrapbook Scrapbook containing early Ann Arbor newspaper advertisements from 1840-1860 A 40-023-Handbill Broadside from 1889 A 40-024-Documents Missing Collection of 29 items which include pictures and programs. One handpainted card has been found as of 6/2003. See container list. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list-3 items on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-keep Manila folder--Misc. clippings, pictures A 2004.009.2-Coupon Fair OK U.S. certificate authorizing Cecil O. Creal, 911 Miller, Ann Arbor to accept delivery of fifteen pounds of sugar. It was issued by the local Rationing Board No. 81, Washtenaw county, dated August 22, 1942 and signed by Marion Royce, Registrar. The serial number is c31555576, O.P.A. Form No. R-306. MOMS moveable shelves/gray C. A. Supe estate document case #3 Missing Geneva Smithe On Loan Bentley Lucy Chapin Missing Bentley Pauline G. Waite On Loan MOMS moveable shelves C/map folder Bentley Wahr's Missing Bentley Geneva Smithe

Geneva Smithe

MOMS moveable shelves/MoMS/file drawer

Creal, Robert & Patricia

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ObjectID# / Objname A 2004.009.6-Program

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Program of the twentieth annual Junior Girl's Play presented by the class of 1925 in honor of the Seniors. Play is entitled 'Thank You Madam' and was held at the Whitney Theatre, March 18-22. The program includes the committees and members, cast of play, musical program list, acknowledgments and list of orchestra members. There are many advertisements of local businesses. The cover features a blue background with a park scene. Superimposed in center is a bowing figure wearing white shoes and knickers and a yellow waist coat. A 41-223-Documents Fair OK Collection of 11 manuscripts and clippings. Note in the file 'from an old cabin near Camp Birkett, Washtenaw Co. 8 or 9 years ago.' One item found as of 9/2003. See container list A 41-517-Program Program from 48th annual May Festival, 1941 A 41-538-Handbill Advertisement for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show held in Ann Arbor in 1893 A 42-001-Documents Collection of thirteen newspapers and programs from Mrs. M.S. Eliot .1 Sunday school lesson, Westminster Lesson Text, lesson X, Dec. 3, 1876, 4 page leaflet, 6.5x4" Per Ziegler card Michigan Argus, Dec. 28, 1855, v. 10, no. 52, whole no. 518, 2 pgs. Michigan Christian Advocate, Aug. 29, 1896, v. 22, no. 35, 16 pgs., pub. in Detroit Saline News, 1859: Spring, v. 1, 4 pgs. Signs of the Times (Middletown, N.Y.), 1895: May 22, v.63, no. 21, p. 161-168 Moore's Rural New Yorker (Rochester, N.Y.), 1867: Apr. 13, v. 18, no. 15, p. 117-24 July 27, no. 30, p. 237-44 Aug. 3, no. 31, p. 245-52 Aug. 24 no. 34, p. 269-76 Aug. 31 no. 35, p. 277-84 A 42-015-Documents Missing On Loan Missing On Loan

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Creal, Robert & Patricia document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Florence Schultz document case #3 Bentley Bentley Bentley Geneva Smithe Wm. H. Buettner Mrs. M. S. Eliot

Jacob Reighard estate

Collection of ten items including programs, business cards and membership card dating from 1908-16 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list Harvard University, Shakespere Tercentennary, Forbes-Robertson in Hamlet A 42-016-Documents Collection of three clippings from necrology and University from 1894 and 1922 A 42-018-Announcement Collection of three Michigan State bulletins from 1938 on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Michigan today, Department of public instruction, 1937 Michigan State police, Annual report, Lansing, 1938-39 Michigan State police, Cruising with the Michigan state police, East Lansing On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate Missing Jacob Reighard estate

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ObjectID# / Objname A 42-019-Documents

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Collection of 12 items. Programs, cards, photos, etc. Two of the glass photo duplicates were destroyed 3/9/1944 by Geneva Smithe. See container list. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-keep 19th century greeting cards, many early valentines A 42-028-Notebook On Loan Notebook and manuscript from 1902 and 1903. (Typed copy of one) on 7/30/42 Bentley deposit list 2 manuscript books: camping notes and journal, written by Jacob Reighard A 42-068-Certificate, Stock A 43-012-Map Three photostat copies of maps of Washtenaw County dated 1825, 1824, 1941 respectively. on 5/21/43 Bentley deposit list two pieces 1825, 1839 A 43-013-Documents Fair OK Collection of nine miscellaneous cards. Seven of the cards have been found and are listed in the container list with pictures. A 43-014-Letter Letter from George C. Smithe dated 1906. He was the father of the donor. A 43-015-Letter Five letters, shorthand, old and recent transcription, 1939 A 43-016-Documents A 43-023-Documents Collection of 8 items including bills, letterhead, map of Palestrine broadside dated 1866-95. A 43-025-Scrapbook Scrapbook about the Great Lakes. A 43-037-Program Three programs and one clipping dated 1923, 28. A 44-004-Music, Sheet Scores of three comic operas performed at the University of Michigan in the years 1913, 1914, 1918 on 3/44 Bentley deposit list A 44-005-Clipping, Newspaper Twenty-eight clippings A 44-016-Manuscript Two manuscripts about Ann Arbor On Loan Missing On Loan Missing Missing Missing On Loan On Loan

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Ellen B. Bach document case #3

Bentley

Jacob Reighard estate

Bentley Bentley

N.A. Wood Prof. Roger Morrison

Detroit-Hilldale-Indiana railroad stock certificate for 3 shares issued to Jessup S. Wood, Lodi, Mich. in 1870

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Geneva Smithe document case #3 Geneva Smithe Geneva Smithe Bentley Geneva Smithe Mrs. Ernst Wurster Geneva Smithe Bertha G. Buell Bentley Carl E. Guthe

Collection of 18 items includes deeds and relevant papers from Pierce, Nebraska dated from 1884-1918

Marie Rominger Marie Rominger

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ObjectID# / Objname A 44-018-Card, Identification

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Change of address card for Alexander Winchell A 44-026-Program Program from the 51st May Festival, held in 1944 A 44-027-Program Programs from the 45th May Festival, held in 1938, and the 49th May Festival, held in 1942. A 44-040-Program Ten programs from the University of Michigan School of Music for recitals held from 1910-12. A 44-041-Booklet Not Rated Bentley F. Ridley Harrell from the Evangelical Bethlehem Church on 11/9/44 Bentley deposit list--Geschichte der Deutschen Evan. Bethlehem--Gemeinde (duplicate) A 44-042-Program Two programs, student recitals, University of Michigan School of Music from 1932 and 1933. Marjorie McClung, April 27, 1933 Lyons Van Loon, Mar. 12, 1933 A 44-043-Program Two programs, faculty conserts, University of Michigan School of Music from 1929 and 1930. Messiah program, Faculty concert series, Dec. 15, 1929 A 44-044-Program Program from faculty consert at University of Michigan School of Music from 1932. Falcone, Brinkman Faculty concert, April 5, 1933 A 44-045-Program University of Michigan School of Music 30th annual commencement program from 1925 A 44-046-Program 1933 program from the April 14 Good Friday service of the First M.E. Church in Ann Arbor A 44-047-Program 1933 program for June 25 Morning Worship service of the First M.E. Church in Ann Arbor A 44-048-Program Program of the May 24, 1933 Ann Arbor Public School Musicale A 44-049-Program Program of the 1933 Washtenaw County Schools music festival. A 44-050-Program 2 program of the Michigan Federation of Music Clubs A 44-052-Pamphlet Printed in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Union Savings Bank of Manchester. A 45-006-Program Program from the 52nd May Festival, 1945. Page 33 On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe On Loan Bentley Prof. Emil Lorch On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Miss Olive Parshall On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

ObjectID# / Objname A 45-020-Documents

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Collection of twenty maps, views, manuscripts, perspectives, photostats from the state, the county and the city of Ann Arbor. Collected by L.D. Wines over many years. One map located in map folder shelf C. A 45-021-Map Two pocket maps of Washtenaw County form 1896 A 58.c-Certificate, Confirmation Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. G. William Groomes A confirmation certificate for Wilhelmine Catherine Lutz confirmed at the Lutheran church in Northfield Township on Dec. 11, 1854. It is in a 9" x 11.5" mahogany frame. A 58.d-Certificate, Marriage Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. G. William Groomes A German fraktur marriage license for the wedding of Michael Steeb and Wilhelmine Lutz at the Lutheran church in Northfield township on March 8, 1877. It is in a 14"x18" Victorian cross frame with leaves at the crosses. A 66.001.1-Documents Musicians performance, Frank Minnis, First violin, Minnis Soc. Orchestra A 67.001-Album, Autograph Autograph book A 77.10.1-Certificate, Good OK Commemorative Brown leather-bound folder with gold lettering reading 'J. C. Christensen Testimonial by Association of University and College Business Officers May 17, 1935. The folder is 12.75" x 16.75". A 77.10.2-Certificate, Fair OK Commemorative Framed testimonial presented to John C. Christensen. It reads 'TO JOHN C. CHRISTENSEN, WHO, THROUGH YEARS OF CONSTANT THOUGHT AND UNSWERVING EFFORT, DEVOTED HIS PERFECTIONAL IDEALS TO THE BUILDING OF THE NEW EDIFICE FOR THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ANN ARBOR, AND OCCUPIED FOR WORSHIP TEN YEARS AGO, JANUARY 1938 THE CHURCH OFFERS THIS TESTIMONIAL OF HIS WIDSOM AND EFFICIENCY.' It is in a 13.5" x 16.5" black frame. A 87.13.1-Map Fair OK Poster of a collage of 3 maps in color of battle lines on the Western front in Europe at 11 am, November 11, 1918. One depicts the principle French ports and railroads used by the American Expeditionary Forces. The second depicts the entire Western front. The third depicts the American Sector in the Argonne Forest. Along the top and bottom edges are division core badges, shell cases and American flags. One badge, 85th division, is underlined in green ink. The reverse is labeled George Edward Maury, 330th Machine Gun Battalion, 85th Div. US Army-Amer. Expeditionary Forces. The poster is copywrited Lt. Co. Michael Jacobs SSORC and was for sale by Pri-Matic Art Co., NY A 87.13.2-Roster Fair OK List of Company D veterans, 330th Machine Gun Battalion, 85th Division, American Expeditionary Forces, World War I. The list is up to date as of May 19th, 1930. A 87.15-Pamphlet Weekly reminder of First Methodist Episcopal Church from May 1, 1892 Page 34 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 4 Elsie Staef Marcia Minnis Missing Miss Elsa Hertler

MOMS moveable shelves/ map George Edward Maury folder

MoMS/file drawer 3R-World Wars

George Edward Maury

ObjectID# / Objname A 87.16.2-7-Documents

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Miscellaneous records and documents relating to the Ann Arbor Real Estate Board from the late 1920s. See container list A 89.04.1-Portfolio A portfolio of Swinton's Surveyor's Plates I-VIII of the southwest quarter of Dexter Township Section 26, T31N, R12W from 1908. A 89.15-Letter Letter regarding the reelection of Wedemeyer to Congress from Edwards, tax lawyer A 90.03.3-8-Records Good OK Maretha L. Larsen Six notebooks containing the minutes and publications of the Huron Hills Lapidary and Mineral Society from its organization May 1, 1959 to the present. A 90.07.09-Book Craft book used by Richard Twonsend in 1902 when he was 5. A 90.07.10-Book Craft book used by Richard Townsend in 1903 when he was 6. A 90.07.11-Book Painting Plays is a craft book used by Edna Weir in 1905 A 90.12.3a-Pamphlet Two sheets of the Sunday School Weekly of March 4, 1894. May be from Pinckney Congregational Church. Printed with raised letters--? for mimeograph A 90.12.3b-Pamphlet Waterville, Maine, Remedy Co. Pub. A 90.12.3c-Pamphlet Brochure and pamphlet, Eastern Star, Detroit A 90.12.3d-Pamphlet Bicentennial Review of signigicant events in American A 90.12.3f-Calendar Three calendars from Washtenaw County dated 1977, 1979, 1981 Wash. County Sesquicentennial, 1827-1977 The Steel Web RR, 1979 Great Lakes Bank, 1981, political scenes A E47.1-Calendar Fair OK Calendar with a centennial theme printed by Centennaial Home Insurance Co. 1776-1876 135 Broadway NY in 1876. It is marked 'Rev. Wm. E. Caldwell to Fannie Caldwell (10 yrs. Old)'. Various pictures from ~1776 with historic descriptions on back. A E75.1-Documents Fair OK Documents pertaining to Julius Hertler and Hertler Brothers. They include Hertler Brothers agreement with an inventor, World War I serviceman's life insurance, leases of county fair booths, Detroit Edison right-of-way Page 35 MoMS/file drawer 2L-Misc. accessions Mrs. C.F. Unterkircher Granger & Pearson estates Granger & Pearson estates Granger & Pearson estates Granger & Pearson estates Granger & Pearson estates MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Molly Reno Unknown

MoMS/file drawer 2L Hertler Mark J. Hodesh Brothers (Julius Hertler) epheme

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agreement. Other papers and documents pertaining to the Hertler family. See container list. A E75.1.2-Pamphlet Commercial pamphlets from Hertler Brothers A E77.1-Papers, Personal Ephemera of E. Mabelle McDonald from Ann Arbor High School in 1902 and the University of Michigan A E77.2-Papers, Personal Fair OK Programs and papers of Lois Graves while at Mrs. J.V. Palmer's School , c 1918 and University High School in 1929, Choral Union Series and others A EW75.01.1-Album, Autograph Fair OK Autograph book dedicated to Anastasia (Anastatia O'Brien) contains autographs and poems. The cover has 'The Pet Album' inside a gold medallion. The blank book was published by Leavitt & Allen, NY. A EW75.01.2-Papers, Personal Fair OK Papers pertaining to O'Brien family members including pamphlets, letters, calling cards and other ephemera. A note with the items indicates that Mrs. Helen C. O'Brien Fohey donated a box of ephemera 'when she was quite oland and a victim of arthritis, per a note in the box.' The note indicates the concert programs and poems were found in the autograph book (EW75.1.1). See container list. Items 14-26 were in a packet tied with a red bow. A EW75.01.3-Card, Greeting Fair OK Collection of Valentine, Christmas and Birthday cards found in a writing paper box--"The Garden Path". See continer list for description of cards. A EW75.01.7-Scrapbook Fair OK About the O'Brien family in Washtenaw County. It contains obituaries from newspapers, photos (cartes-de visite) of various members of the Fohey and O'Brien families (Dr. John O'Brien, Victoria Fohey with man (probably father), Ellen O'Brien, Anastatia O'Brien Fohey (2 as woman, 2 as baby), a mourning card for Donatus O'Brien, Jr. of Limerick. The black book has purple ribbon ties. A bookplate on the front reads 'E.M. O'Brien'. In a Goodyears box. A EW75.03-Manuscript Fair OK History of Masonic Temples, Halls, Associations and Corp in Ann Arbor covers the period from 1826 to 1965. This is a copy of a manuscript. A EW75.04-Catalog Fair OK The catalog from Ann Arbor High School is for the school year 1898-99. Signed Frank Cole Jan. 8, 1900 (name is in the Sophomore list). A list of his classes dated May 31, 1899 is on the back. Anna B. Bach is listed as President of Board of Education. A EW75.05-Papers, Personal Fair OK Collection of letters, paybooks and diary of Seymour Howell, Major, US Army. Some may be at Bentley library. See container list MoMS/file drawer 2R-Masonic history H.H. Caswell MOMS moveable shelves/gray Helen Fohey document case #6 MOMS moveable shelves A Helen Fohey MoMS/file drawer 2L-Graves Lois Graves Hopkins papers MOMS moveable shelves/Red Helen Fohey archval box #1 MoMS Helen Fohey Lois Graves Hopkins Mark J. Hodesh

MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Frank C. Cole ephemera

MoMS/file drawer 2L-Taylor papers

Howell Taylor

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Pamphlet contains the location and text of historical markers in Monroe County. A EW75.20-Box, File Card file box of cards filled out by WCHS members concerning the arrival of their families in the county A EW75.37-Program Dedication of the Zion Lutheran Church held September 28, 1958 A EW75.57-Album, Autograph Fair OK Autograph book owned by Emma Unstead Dillman with signatures dated from December 1879 to March 1885. A EW75.58-Scrapbook Scrapbook made by Mrs. Abbie Litchfield Snyder A EW75.59-Album, Postcard A EW75.60-Card, Greeting Collection of Christmas cards, many two-sided with fringe. A few have 'Aggie' written in pencil on them. See container list. A EW75.62-Album, Autograph Fair OK Autograph book belonging to Eva M. Hull. The autographs are from the 1870s and 80s. They are by people from various cities in the US. One autograph is from Marie Louise Douglas. A L60.1-Letter Handwritten list of members of the Atheneum, So. Ypsilanti and two letters A L76.32-Album, Autograph Fair OK The Ghosts of My Friends was 'arranged' by Cecil Henland, NY and published by Fredrick A. Stokes Co. It contains instructions for making inkblot signatures and contains some collected from Ec. 1, 1910 to Aug. 10, 1928 plus two regular signatures. There are several Bach and Botsford signatures. The cover has a pasted-on inkblot signature of Baden Powell. A L77.1.2-Notebook A L77.1.3-Newspaper The Broadcaster was published by University High School. This is the June 12. 1925 edition. A L77.1.4-Newspaper Fair OK The Broadcaster was published by University High School. This is the June 11. 1926 edition. A L77.1.5-Yearbook Nunc Dimitis is the University High School yearbook. Two copies MoMS/file drawer 2L-Graves Lois Graves Hopkins papers MoMS/file drawer 2L -Graves Lois Graves Hopkins papers Fair OK Physical Laboratory is two notebooks that belonged to Mabelle McDonald, 539 S. 5th Ave. Ann Arbor in 1901 Lois Graves Hopkins MOMS moveable shelves/Red Bach, Doris Anna archval box #1 Agnes Spokes Harris MOMS moveable shelves/gray Agnes Spokes Harris document case #6 MOMS moveable shelves/red archival box Velma Strait MOMS moveable shelves/Red Mrs. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman archval box #1 Mrs. Mamie Koch Snyder

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Lois Graves Hopkins

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Nunc Dimitis is the University High School yearbook. A L77.1.7-Yearbook Nunc Dimitis is the University High School yearbook. A L77.1.8-Yearbook Omega is the Ann Arbor High School yearbook. This copy belonged to Mabelle McDonald. A LW75.3-Yearbook Fair OK Omega is the Ann Arbor High School yearbook. Contains many local advertisements. A PW75.37-Album, Photograph The album contains an assortment of cabinet cards, tintypes, cartes-de-visite totaling 56 photographs. It may have been the property of Margaret B. Gates of Chelsea. A W75.396-Map A W75.398-Map A W75.399-Map Collection of three maps--1864 map of Washtenaw and Lenawee County, a world map and a map of Michigan A 2004.016.07-Program Good OK Michgan Academy of Pharmacy is a organization to collect and disseminate knowledge of new developements pertaining to professional pharmaceutical practice started in December 1942. The Tenth Spring Conference honored its first president, Ottmar Eberbach at a memorial lecture held at the Rackham Memorial Building, Ann Arbor, MI on April 30, 1952. The program contains a photo of Dr. Eberbach. The program is in a blue velvet case with embossed floral border and stamped silver chalice. A 2004.017.02-Certificate, Good OK Marriage Certified copy of Record of Marriage of James Andrew Campbell to Martha Marille Warner issued in Washtenaw County on September 19, 1905, record number 261. Typewritten entries indicate that James Campbell is 26, white, was born in and lives in Pittsfield Twp., is a student, father's name is Andrew and his mother's maiden name was Catherine Fischer. It also indicates that Martha Warner was 31, white, was born in and lives in Ypsilanti Twp., is a teacher, father's name is Edwin and mother's maiden name was Martha Gill. They were married in Ypsilanti by Eugene Allen, minister. Witnesses were Lura E. Hunter and Fred Parsons. The copy was issued in July, 1940 by Luella Smith, Clerk and signed by Irene A. Weitz, Deputy Clerk. The paper carries the embossed seal of the deputy clerk of Washtenaw County. A 2004.017.06-Certificate, Good OK Achievement Michigan State Normal School issued by the State Board of Education dated June 21, 1895. It Certificate from reads 'This certificate granted to Martha Marille Warner accompanying a Diploma of even date herewith and referral to therein Witnesseth that she has worthily completed the Academic and Professional Studies Page 38

MoMS/file drawer 2L-Graves Lois Graves Hopkins papers MoMS/file drawer 2L-Graves Lois Graves Hopkins papers Lois Graves Hopkins MoMS/file drawer 1L AAHS ephemera

F. Nimke

MoMS/file drawer 4L Eberbach ephemera

Schaupner, John

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

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prescribed by the State Board of Education for the Literary Scientific course; and that she is hereby licensed to teach in the Public Schools of Micigan fromand after the date hereof.' It then lists the courses that she took. It is signed by Richard G. Boone, Principal, Perry L. Powers, President, Mary R. Pattengill, Secretary, Eugene A. Wilson and David A. Harwood, State Board of Education. There is an embossed seal of the State Board of Education in the bottom left corner. A 2004.017.07-Transcript Good OK Official copy of transcript from University of Michigan College of LS&A issued June 14, 1921. The transcript shows that James A. Campbell entered the university if the fall of 1898 on a diploma issued by Ann Arbor High School and that he graduated in June 1901 with a B.A. It lists the courses taken including the number of the course, course hours and P for passed. A 2004.017.08-Certificate, Birth Good OK Certified copy of Record of Birth of James Campbell, record number 560 filed June 5, 1879. Typewritten entries indicate that James Campbell, a white male was born December 18, 1878 in Pittsfield to Andrew Campbell, a farmer born in Scotland and living in Pittsfield and Catharine Campbell, born in New York. The copy was issued by Luella M. Smith, Clerk of Washtenaw County and is signed by Irene A. Seitz, Deputy Clerk. It carries the embossed seal of the deputy clerk of Washtenaw County. A 2004.016.09-Clipping, Newspaper Collection of clippings pertaining to the Eberbach homes and business. A 2004.017.09-Program Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

MoMS/file drawer 4L Eberbach ephemera

Schaupner, John

Hand drawn floor plan of home of Ottmar and Katharina Haller Eberbach, 402 S. Fourth Ave. Fair OK Program from the 1935 Knox College commencement Baccalaureate Service held at 11 o'clock Sunday, June 9, 1935 at Central Congregational Church. A 2004.017.10-Program Fair OK Program from the 1935 Knox College commencement exercises held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday, June 12, 1935 at Central Congregational Church. It was the 90th annual commencement. The program lists the names of the graduates. One of the graduates is Anna Warner Campbell, daughter of Martha and James Campbell. A 2004.017.11-Certificate, Good OK Achievement House Resolution No. 19 offered by Representative Engstrom on behalf of the entire membership of the House of Representatives of the State of Michigan congratulating Joseph E. Warner on his eighty-fifth birthday. Warner was the Dean of the House, a Rep. from the second District of Washtenaw County serving his fifteenth term. A 2004.017.13-Program Fair OK Program from the indoor track meet between Chicago and Michigan held at the University of Michigan on March 16, 1901. The program contains pictures of some of the participants, the events with results written in in pencil, and advertisements for local businesses. The cover of the program features a drawing of a Michigan fan by W.B. Shaw. The fan is dressed in a blue jacket, white sweater with a yellow block M, yellow and blue checked pants, high blue socks and white shows. He is holding a cane with a yellow and blue ribbon tied around it. MoMS/file drawer 3R UM ephemera Kemp, Martha MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Kemp, Martha document case #3

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Program from the eightieth annual commencement of the University of Michigan held on Mondy, June 16, 1924. It contains the order of exercises and the names of candidates for degrees. It also contains the words to the alma mater 'The Yellow and Blue'. A 45-027.1-28-Card, Greeting Fair OK Collection of twenty-eight Valentine cards, many of them with the name Harold Harvey on them. See container list. A 2003.001.03.01-Program Fair OK Handwritten program on lined paper inside blue construction paper with round Santa sticker in each upper corner. The program is for a Christmas play titled Santa and the Dragon performed by Room M. Ralph Muncy is one of the toy soldiers A 2003.001.03.02-Program Fair OK Program of the Ann Arbor High School House of Representatives Tenth Annual Banquet held at the Cutting Cafe at 7:30, May 12, 1919. The program contains the menu and the program of events. It was printed by The Mayer-Schairer Co. A 2003.001.03.03-Program Fair OK Program of a play in the auditorium of Ann Arbor High School titled 'She Stoops to Conquer' presented by the Senior Class on March 22, 1918. The time of 7:30 is crossed off and 8:00 is written below in pencil. A 2003.001.03.04-Program Fair OK Program from 'A dinner commemorating the Hundredth Anniversary of the SEttlement of Ann Arbor by John and Ann Allen and Elisha Rumsey February 1824.' The program contains song words, a menu and the program of events A 2003.001.03.05-Program Fair OK Program titled 'Combined Shows Four Flaws and Bungling Bros. Greatest Circus on Earth' held in the Ann Arbor High School Gymnasium May 2 and 3, 1919. The back of the program reads 'Next Week the Senior Class presents The Rivals with All-Star Cast Don't Miss It May 9 & 10, 1919. A 2003.001.03.09-Booklet Fair OK 1967-68 program for the Ann Arbor Garden Club. A reprint of a drawing of dogwood blossoms by Anne H. Wing is on the cover of the booklet. Inside are lists of officers, committees, departments, consultants, programs for the coming year and a directory of members. A 2003.001.03.10-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper Group of newspaper clippings from the Ann Arbor News series called Ann Arbor History--Old Homes. The clippings include Nos. 1-8, 10-17, 20-23 and 25 and are probably from the 1960s. There is also an Aug. 1967 clipping of the Eberbach home from the Ann Arbor Ad-Visor series 'Way Back When in Washtenaw'. Also included are pictures of 318 W. Huron and Kempf HOuse from an article entitled 'Old Ann Arbor Slowly Disappearing' and a picture of the UM Engineering Building Arch. A 2003.001.03.18-Program Fair OK Booklet with the program, cast of characters for a play 'Alice in Wonderland Miss D. Hope Leonard's Spectacular Extravaganza' held at the Whitney Theater February 13 & 14. The booklet is full of local advertisements. Page 40

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Harvey estate document case #3 MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003 MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

ObjectID# / Objname A 2003.001.03.19-Program

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Booklet with the program, cast of characters for 'H.M.S. Pinafore Comic Opera in Two Acts' presented by the Vested Choirs of St. Andrews Episcopal Church and the First Congregational Church and the choir of Ann Arbor held at the New Whitney Opera House May 30 & 31. 1911. The Musical director was R. H. Kempf and Paul Kempf was one of the sailors. The booklet is full of local advertisements. A 2003.001.03.20-Manuscript Fair OK Manuscript "A Preservation Study of Parker Mill" was prepared by Robert Mueting, James McClure for class Architecture 683 at University of Michigan April 1977. It contains a description and history of the buildings and guidelines for their restoration. A 2003.001.03.21-Manuscript Fair OK Manuscript "The Effects of Time on the Independant Stores and Shops in Ann Arbor" prepared by Nancy Snyder Independent Study George May Winter 1978. It is in an envelope that also includes a newspaper article about the Sugar Bowl, xerox copies of two articles about the Chelsea Library, a Headlight featuring Chelsea and a history of Chelsea by Nina Belle Werster written for the Chelsea Study Club meeting Feb. 27, 1945 and a newspaper article dated Oct. 4, 1934 about Chelsea buildings. A W75.348-Map Colored lithograph of a bird's eye view of Ann Arbor. Framed A X5.0003-Certificate, Fair OK Achievement Framed certificate to Miss Charlotte Forbush for committing to memory the Geographic history of the United States. The certificate is signed Nancy Gale Westhove and is dated Sept. 15, 1814. A 2002.001.23-Deed Fair OK Two warranty deeds mounted on red felt material in a 25.75" x 29.5" frame. One deed denotes the sale of land by Charles Kingsley to Robert Butler April 29, 1834. The second deed denotes the sale of land by Robert Butler to Michael Chancey May 5, 1834 and witness by Lucy Chapin Kingsley. A 1995.004.3-Map Fair OK Plat map of the Village of Ann Arbor public square area. The map is mounted on 10.75" x 13" foam board. A 1995.004.4-Map Fair OK Poor OK

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 folder

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in 2003

MOMS moveable shelves

Linda E. Eberbach

MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 1

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MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 1 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 1 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 1 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 1 MOMS/Oversize--upstairs

Timmons, Richard

Timmons, Richard

Plat map of the College Hill section of Ann Arbor. The map is in a 9" x 11.5" brown frame. A 1995.004.2-Map Plat map of Dixboro, MI. The map is in a 21.75"x 17.75" brown frame. A 1995.004.1-Map Fair OK Fair OK

Timmons, Richard

Timmons, Richard

Plat map of Lower Town, Ann Arbor, MI. Lower Town was the area just north of the Huron River around Plymouth Rd., Pontiac Trail, Maiden Lane, Broadway. The map is in a 18.5'"x 16.75" brown frame. A 1995.004.5-Map Plat map of city of Ann Arbor. Fair OK

Timmons, Richard

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ObjectID# / Objname A X5.0011-Deed

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Deed for the purchase of land from Henry Rouse by Jefferson Rouse. The land is the E half of the SW quarter S19, T3, R6E (except 10 acres of the NW corner) and NE quarter of NE quarter of S19-a total of 110 acres. Purchased for $500 on Dec. 28, 1884. The deed is in a 12.75" x 16.75" black frame with an inner gold rim. A 2002.001.10-Documents Fair OK New Hampshire Fire Insurance Company policy for Pennisular Book Company, 1890. The policy is in a 18.25" x 23.5" black wood frame A 2002.001.11-Documents Fair OK Royal Insurance Company policy for Mrs. Mary L. Crookston dwelling issued in 1890. It is in a 18.25" x 23.5" black wood frame. A 2002.004.15-Card, mourning Good OK Card is white with black border and has a picture of a young girl, probably from her first communion. Above the picture is a quote from St. Ambrose. Dedication reads "In your charity Pray for repose of soul of Marie R.M. Fuhrmann Born October 29, 1907 Died April 19, 1918." Below tieh picture is a prayer. On the reverse is a picture of crucifix with 'Jesus, My God, I Love Thee above everything. (50 days ind.) A X5.0019-Certificate, Marriage Fair OK A German fraktur marriage license for the wedding of Michael Steeb and Wilhelmine Lutz at the Lutheran church in Northfield township on March 8, 1877. It is in a 14"x18" Victorian cross frame with leaves at the crosses. A X5.0020-Certificate, Fair OK Confirmation A confirmation certificate for Wilhelmine Catherine Lutz confirmed at the Lutheran church in Northfield Township on Dec. 11, 1854. It is in a 9" x 11.5" mahogany frame. A X5.0022-Letter Fair OK Letter dated March 20th, 1919, Adrian, Michigan authenticating a painting of Dauphne Island, Mobile Bay November 1864 by Caaptain John Cardor of Saline, Michigan. It is signed by George C. North and notarized by J.C. Murphey. The document is in a 8.75" x 13.75" black wood document frame. A 2004.018-Abstract Good Transferred Abstract of title for Lot 84, Barnard Heights, city of Ann Arbor prepared by the Washtenaw Abstract Company and Burton Abstract and Title Company. The lot is a part of the SE quarter of Section 31, T2S, R6E, Washtenaw County, Michigan. The ownership is the land is traced from the original deed in from March 7, 1825 to Isaac Markham through George and Marian Meunier, the owners in Oct. 1964. Washtenaw Abstract Company examined records from 1890 to 1954 when the Meuniers first purchased the house. Burton Abstract continued the title search through 1964 when the Meuniers paid off their mortgage. A EW75.01.4-Misc. items Fair OK Box of Valentines, unused postcards, stationery and a print of Jenny Lind. See container list. A EW75.01.5-Misc. items Box of personalized mailing postcards, unused, 'Helen C. Fohey 706 Monroe St.

MOMS moveable shelves/E sect. 4 MOMS moveable shelves/E sect. 4

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MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, sect. 1

MOMS moveable shelves/F upper, sect. 3 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, sect. 1

Washtenaw County Genealogical Society

Meunier, Marion F.

MoMS/file drawer 2L-Fohey papers MoMS/file drawer 2L-Fohey papers

Helen Fohey

Helen Fohey

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ObjectID# / Objname A 2005.007.01-Scrapbook

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Source Burd, Susan for Olive Bender

Newspaper clippings from 'The Advisor', an Ann Arbor paper. The clipppings are from a regular column by Wystan Stevens, local historian, entitled 'Yesterdays' which ran in the 1970s. The articles are about Ann Arbor. Each clipping is in a plastic sleeve in a purple plastick three-ring notebook. A 2005.007.02-Scrapbook Fair OK MOMS Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Collection of newspaper clippings, photos from reunions and events, programs, short biographies of some students, letters and other ephemera pertaining to Ann Arbor High School. The items are in plastic sleeves in a maroon three-ring photo album. A 2005.007.03-Scrapbook Fair OK MOMS Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Collection of maps and brochures about Washtenaw County. There is a map and short history of each township and many towns in the county. They are in plastic sleeves in a three-ring notebook covered with floral fabric. A 2005.007.04-Scrapbook Fair OK MOMS Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Collection of maps, newspaper clippings and pictures detailing the history of Ann Arbor. The items are in plastic sleeves in a three-ring notebook with a picture of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the cover. A 2005.007.05-Manuscript Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender The history of Popkins School, located at Earhart and Plymouth Roads, is detailed in writing by Sandra Shapiro and augmented by photographs. The brick District 7 schoolhouse was built in 1870 and used until 1956. The manuscript is in an orange three-tined folder. A 2001.034.89-Notebook Three-ring notebook journal of travels of Doris Anna Bach in the 1960s A 33-015a-Book Fair OK Two handwritten recipes copied from a Dr. Chase's Recipes book. One is for coffee cake, other is for dyeing cloth. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as whole book 24th edition, 1865 A 2005.006.3-Program Fair OK Program of the convocation held by the University of Michigan at the Rachkam Lecture Hall, Monday June 7, 1954 to honor his Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia. It lists the order of exercises for the conferring of an Honorary Degree on the inside page. On the back page it lists the official party accompanying Selassie seated on the stage. A 2005.006.6-Misc. items Fair OK Copy of a newspaper article from the Jan. 7, 1964 Ann Arbor News entitled 'Specialty Of The House: German Cookery Is Forte Of Long-time Resident'. The article is about Julia Allmendinger and contains some German recipes. There is a picture of Ms. Allmendinger with a fresh baked kugelhopf. A 2005.010.1-Map Fair OK Black and white aerial thermal image photograph mounted on foam board. US 14 and northbound 23 are on the left, I-94 and the Ann Arbor airport are on the right. Michigan Stadium is near the center. Label 'Thermal Imagery Ann Arbor, Michigan Bendix Aerospace Systems Division Time: April - 3:45 PM Altitude: 10,000Ft Weather: Sunny, 25% High Cirrus Clouds Spectral Band: 3.7 to 5.5 Microns Enlargement: 5X Page 43 MOMS moveable Geneva Smithe shelves/folded blue document case #1 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Zwinck, Marion Allmendinger document case #3 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bach, Doris Anna

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70 MM' A 2005.011.1-Postcard Fair OK Black and white postcard of a stone and brick building with an arch in the center with the inscription 'Engineering Building, Ann Arbor, Mich.' The verso of the card bears a message to 'Dear Cousin' and signed 'Regards from all.' The card is addressed to Miss Minnie Kerpka Springville N.Y. R.F.D. It was postmarked in Ann Arbor at 3:51PM on November 22, 1909. The stamp has been removed. A 2005.011.2-Postcard Fair OK Tinted postcard of a four-story stone building with the inscription 'New and Old Medical Buildings, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.' The verso of the card bears a message to 'Dear Cousin and all' and is signed 'Love to all H.K.J.' The card is addressed to Miss Minnie Kerpka Springville N.Y. R.F.D. It was postmarked in Ann Arbor at 3:51PM on February 22, 1909. The stamp has been removed. The postcard co. number is G 3754. A 2005.011.3-Postcard Fair OK Tinted postcard of a stone and shingle building with the inscription 'A Fraternity House, University of Michigan.' There are several men sitting on the porch railing. The verso of the card is signed 'H.J.' The card is addressed to Miss Minnie Kerpka Springville N.Y. It was postmarked in Ann Arbor at 10:57 AM on October 16, 1907 and in Springville N.Y. at 10AM on October 18, 1909. There is a blue Benjamin Franklin one-cent stamp attached. The postcard co. number is 6412. A 2005.011.4-Postcard Fair OK Black and white postcard of a stone church with rosette windows, a round turret and a square bell tower. There is a brick building attached. The card bears the inscription 'St. Thomas R.C. Church and School Ann Arbor, Michigan.' The verso of the card is signed 'H.K.J.' The card is addressed to Miss Minnie Kerpka Springville N.Y. R.F.D. It was postmarked in Ann Arbor at 10:53 AM on March 12, 1908 and in Springville N.Y. at 10AM on March 13, 1908. The stamp has been removed. A 2002.038-Postcard Good OK Color postcard of a stone building with a dome. The card bears the inscription 'Ann Arbor, Mich. University of Michigan, University Hall, main building, main entrance.' There is no message on the back. The postcard marked Made in Germany and numbered 8540. A 2002.001.25.1-Postcard Fair OK Black and white postcard of a stone and brick building with a tall central tower. The building is surrounded by trees and shows people and a truck along the street. The card bears the inscription 'Court House, Ann Arbor, Mich.' There is no message on the back. The postcard marked Germany and numbered 3736. A 2002.001.25.2-Postcard Fair OK Black and white postcard of a street scene with brick buildings along each side of a brick street. There are buggies parked in front of most of the shops. The card bears the inscription 'Main Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.' There is no message on the back. The postcard marked Germany and numbered 3770. A 2002.001.25.3-Postcard Fair OK Color postcard of a street scene with brick buildings along each side of a street. There are buggies parked in front of some of the shops. A corner of the University of Michigan campus can be seen. The card bears the Page 44 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Ibbotson, Patricia document case #3

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MOMS moveable shelves/gray Ibbotson, Patricia document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Ibbotson, Patricia document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Bailey, Rita document case #3

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for items found in the document case #3 collection

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for items found in the document case #3 collection

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inscription 'State Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.' There is no message on the back. The postcard marked Germany and numbered 11841. An inscription indicates "phostint" card. A 2003.001.05-Album, Photograph Fair OK MOMS/Photo box Two pages of black photograph album paper. Each page has two photographs on each side with a title in white for each. First page. 1. Convertible full of women holding flags. 'Peace Parade Nov. 11, '18 Flags of Greece, Britain & U.S.' 2. Band in army uniform on parade. 'S.A.J.C. Peace Parade Nov. 11, '18.' Reverse of first page. 1. Street scene with fire. 'Burning the Kaiser, Cor. Main and Huron Nov 11. 6:30A.M. 2. Two-story Italianate building with flags. 'Elk's Lodge ___ 11:30 A.M. Second page 1. Landscape scene of river with tree on left. 'View of Delhi from hill Just outside Sep. 28, '18' 2. Landscape view of river (same as 1 but back some). View showing River Huron. Reverse of second page 1. Child seated on cart with carved pumpkins. 'Jack O'Lanterns 2. Landscape with white building in center. 'Boulevard Drive' A 2003.001.06-Map Poor OK Township and sectional map of Washtenaw County attached to back flap of small booklet. Special features of map 'are: Locating Incorporated Towns, Villages and Postoffices; Railroads, Streets and Highways; Bicycle Roads; Schools, Churches, Cemeteries and Streams; as well as Subdivision of Land into Farms with Owner's Name and Location of Residence'. The map is 'Accompanied by a List of County Officers, Census Tables, Directory of Resident Farmers who own the land they occupy, showing locationf of Farm and Giving Postoffice Address. Price of the booklet listed as 75 Cents (Postage Paid). The booklet was printed by Ann Arbor Courier, Printers and Binders. A 87.14.8-Card, Greeting Fair OK Color picture features an embossed red rose on left and embossed white dove on right. There is a landscape scene with a building with a square tower below the bird. The picture is bordered by a double gold line. On the reverse in pencil is 'Presented to Gertie M. Drake by Flora Briggs Teacher'. A 2005.014.4-Certificate, Fair OK Commemorative Michigan Public School Employee Retirement Board to Harriet Dowler with 'best wishes Certificate from the for good health and happiness on her 100th birthday'. The certificate indicates that Ms. Dowler retired Sept. 30, 1935 after teaching in the Cass County villages of Edwardsburg and Cassopolis from 1909-1917 and for 18 years in the Ann Arbor Public School District from 1918-1935. The certificate is printed in black with a red decorative border around it with 'State of Michgan' at the top and the state seal below. It is signed Edward Prins, President, Michigan Public School Employee Retirement Board and dated Jan. 8, 1973. It is in a black manuscript frame measuring 12" x 18". A 42-001.01-Leaflet Fair OK Sunday school lesson, Westminster Lesson Text, lesson X, Dec. 3, 1876, 4 page leaflet, 6.5x4" MOMS moveable shelves/gray Mrs. M. S. Eliot document case #4 Weidenbach, Jerry Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003

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MOMS/gray document case #2 Shirley Stevens

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ObjectID# / Objname A 43-023.01-Handbill

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List--accounts for sale through Credit Accession Co. of the US-Chicago, long list of money owed by various local residents on red/pink paper, no date A 31-083.1-Catalog Fair OK Catalogue of Ann Arbor High School for the academic year 1909-1910 published by the Board of Education in May 1910. A 31-083.2-Catalog Fair OK Catalogue of Ann Arbor High School for the academic year 1896-1897 published by order of the Board of Education. A 31-083.3-Catalog Fair OK Catalogue of Ann Arbor High School officers and graduates for the years 1856-1909 published by Ann Arbor Press fof the Board of Education. It lists graduates in alphbetical order by year along with their current location. There are many prominent Ann Arbor names listed. Inscribed in ink on the front cover is 'Effa Armstrong Dancer, June 22, 1909. She was in the class of 1896. A 2004.001.01.2-13-Documents Fair Collection of documents and ephemra from the estate of Letha Leverett Graves. It includes warranty deed, land grant, correspondence, a booklet, correspondence, greeting cards stickers. See container list except for booklet which is under library. A 1957.001-Deed Fair OK Collection of fourteen deeds and land grants from the 1800s-most from the 1830s. The land involved is in the southwest corner of Washtenaw County. See container list A 2005.007.07-Manuscript Good OK A History of Superior Townline School, located on E. Joy (formerly Townline) Rd. east of Dixboro Rd., is detailed in writing by Alice Brinkman Ziegler. The manuscript contains a brief history of the area, short biographies of some families and a list of pupils and teachers from school records from 1891-1966. The manuscript is in a yellow three-tined folder. A 2005.007.08-Program Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Mrs. Ernst Wurster document case #4 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Lucy Chapin document case #4 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Lucy Chapin document case #4 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Lucy Chapin document case #4

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for items found in the document case #4 collection in 2004

MOMS moveable shelves/folded blue doc #1 MoMS/file drawer

Kaercher, Helen

Burd, Susan for Olive Bender

MoMS/file drawer

Burd, Susan for Olive Bender

Program of Ann Arbor High School 61st graduating class. Graduation was held at the high school auditorium on Friday, June 18, 1920 at 10 AM. It contains the program schedule and class list with course of study. A 2005.007.09-Program Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Program of the 53rd commencement of the University of Michigan held on Thursday, July 1, 1891. It contains the order of exercises and a list of candidates for degrees by department. The commencement address was given by Andrew Sloan Draper, LL.D. 'M.S. Elliott' is written in pencil on the upper right corner. A 2005.007.10-Program Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Program of the 27th annual May Festival given by the University of Michigan Musical Society held in Hill Auditorium May 19-22, 1920. It contains a list of the board of directors of the Society, a list of performing artists, description of each concert with picture of some performers, short biography of each artist. The concerts included the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, University Choral Union and a childrens chorus as well as the listed artists. There is a handwritten notebook page with of list of the children in the chorus Page 46

ObjectID# / Objname A 2005.007.11-Program

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Program of the Class in Play Production at the University of Michigan of 'A Curious Mishap' by Carlo Goldoni held at Sarah Caswell Angel Hall on August 2 and 3, 1920. It lists the scenes, cast members and various committees. A 2005.007.12-Program Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Program for the dedication of Huron High School held on November 23, 1969. It contains a list of the board of education, distinguished guests, the dedication program, drawings and facts about the school and a list of the staff. There is a line drawing of the school on the cover. A 2005.007.13-Envelope Good OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender White first day issue envelope postmarked East Lansing Mich. Feb. 12, 1955 at 9 AM. There is a green three-cent stamp in the upper right corner. There is a drawing of a scroll with the words 'Centenary of the first land grant colleges Michigan State College, Pennsylvania State College each established in 1855.' Below is a drawing of a building from each campus with the corresponding school seal beneath it. The envelope is empty. A 2005.019.1-Pamphlet Good OK MoMS/file drawer Crary, Rachel Pamphlet discusses the goals of the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Commission to work with local groups and organizations to relate talents and programs during 1974 to the 150th birthday celebration. The text is enclosed in a decorative border and there is an oval picture of early Ann Arbor. A 2005.007.15a-Certificate, Stock Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Detroit, Grand Rapids and Western Railroad stock certificate # 1352 issued June 20, 1899 in Boston, MA to John Bryant. It is for 40 shares of preferred capital stock. There is a decorative red/brown boder around three side and a black drawing of a two trains and a station at the top. There are several diamond shaped holes punchec across the bottom making the signatures of the treasurer and president partially unreadable. Also punched into the certificate are the numbers 40 flanked by a star. On the reverse is a form for the transfer by A.S. Bennink, Attorney dated June 20, 1899 with a circular stamp 'Chas. Merriam Treas. Boston June 20, 1899' and a canceled 25 cent documentary stamp with the picture of a ship on it. A 2005.007.15b-Certificate, Stock Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Detroit, Grand Rapids and Western Railroad stock certificate # 53 issued March 22, 1897 in Boston, MA to E. Piersen Beebe and Samuel Johnson, trustees for the estate of J.M. Beebe. It is for 280shares of preferred capital stock. There is a decorative red/brown boder around three side and a black drawing of a two trains and a station at the top. There are several diamond shaped holes punchec across the bottom making the signatures of the treasurer and president partially unreadable. Also punched into the certificate are the numbers 280 flanked by a star. On the reverse is a form for the transfer by A.S. Bennink, Attorney dated June 19, 1899 with a circular stamp 'Chas. Merriam Treas. Boston June 20, 1899' and a canceled 25 cent documentary stamp with the picture of a ship on it. A 2005.007.14-Pamphlet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Ann Arbor's Historic Firehouse was printed to highlight the need to save the firehouse which is on the National Register. Kingsbury Marzolf, AIA, describes the architecture and Wystan Stevens details its history. There is a line drawing of the building by Milt Kemnitz and old photos from the Sturgis Collection. A 2005.007.16-Clipping, Newspaper Page 47 Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender

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Miscellaneous newspaper clippings pertaining to the Centennial celebration of Ann Arbor in 1924. See container list for details. A 2005.007.17-Documents Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Miscellaneous items pertaining to the Sesquicentennial celebration of Michigan in 1987. See container list for details. A 2005.007.18-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper from the Ann Arbor Ovserver and two from the Ann Arbor News about local history. See Group of articles container list for details (articles from the Observer unless otherwise noted). A 2005.007.19-Clipping, Fair Newspaper Group of obituaries and articles about the deaths of local people. See container list. OK MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender MoMS/file drawer Burd, Susan for Olive Bender

A 2005.007.20-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper Newspaper articles about the Old West Side Association and a copy of the March 1979 Old West Side News A 2005.007.21-Clipping, Fair Newspaper articles about Ann Arbor's painted rock written in the early 1990s. Ten newspaper A 2005.007.22-Clipping, Fair Newspaper newspaper articles and other items pertaining to local history. See container list. Miscellaneous A 2005.007.23-Documents Print ready geneaological list of many local families including Allmendingers A 2006.002-Certificate, Baptismal Good OK LIthographed fraktur, in German, color picture of church baptism featuring minister, holding baby, and four witnesses gathered around a baptismal font with family seated in the background. The church features elaborate columns and gothic arches. In a scroll above the picture is 'Getauft im Namen des Dreieinigen Gottes:'. Below the picture is the following information 'Name: Wilhelm Friedrich Geb: 4 Nov. 1887 Getauft: am 24 November 1887 Eltern: Christian und Christine Jedele Taufzeugen: Joseph Jedele Marie Schwarz am 24 Nov. 1887 Bescheinig: Stephan Klugmann Lodi, Washtenaw Co. Mich.' There is a picture of Moses with the ten commandments on the left and a picture of Jesus with the cross on the right of the signatures. The fraktur blank was made by Carl Heydenreich and printed by American Oleograph Co. It is in a 13.25" x 17.5" x 2.5" brown wooden frame with an inner section painted gold. The picture has a wood backing. A 2006.003.2-Program Good OK Program for the performance of Ruth St. Denis with Ted Shawn and The Denishawn Dancers at Hill Auditorium, Thursday evening, October 26 at 8 pm held under the auspices of the University Musical Clubs. The dancers are managed by Daniel Mayer, Suite 1446-8 Aeolian Hall, New York. The front cover of the program pictures a woman in Far Eastern clothing. The back cover pictures several dancers in varying Far Eastern costumes. Page 48 Fair OK

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Wineberg, Susan

ObjectID# / Objname A 2006.003.3-Handbill

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Handbill for the Comedy Club presentation of George Bernard Shaw's "Great Catherine" in the Mimes Theatre, Tuesday, Jan. 12 and Wednesday, Jan. 13. Seats were .50 cents and could be bought at "Mr. Wahr's and Mr. Graham's and Mr. Slater's Bookstores". The handbill was printed by Davis & Ohlinger's Prompt Print Shop. A 2006.006-Book, Account Fair OK The Practical Home Account Book is a booklet given to bank customers by the Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Ann Arbor to be used for family accounts for the years 1930-31. Each month has columns for income, 'thrift' (savings), operating expenses, food, wearing apparel, advancement, health, amusement and extra. The family who originally owned the account book is not indicated. The book contains a section on banking aids, how to start your home budget, and several local advertisements. A 2006.003.1-Program Good OK

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Wineberg, Susan

Program for the Whitney Theater productions of "The Hawk" starring Mr. William Faversham presented on Saturday, Feb. 26 and "Omar, The Tentmaker" starring Guy Bates Post presented on Friday, March 3. The booklet lists the cast of characters and a brief synopsis for each production. The booklet contains many local advertisements. It was printed by Ann Arbor Press. A 2006.003.4-Handbill Good OK Handbill for the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre production of "Antigone" starring Miss Margaret Anglin for the week beginning Monday, May 26. A note on the poster from Alexander Ruthven, President of the University of Michigan is dated April 11, 1930. A 2006.010-Map Good OK 1917 street map of Ann Arbor, MI showing section lines, corporation lines, ward boundaries, steam railway lines and electric railway lines. A 2006.017-Manuscript Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Scott, Thomas The Frieze Building: An Informal Report Analyzing its Past, Present, and Future is a report by Jeremiah Mason on the history of the Frieze Building, formerly the Ann Arbor High School, on the University of Michigan campus, corner of Huron and State Street. The research began shortly after the announcement by President Mary Sue Coleman that a new undergraduate residence hall and academic facility would replace the Frieze building. It offers a brief history and several options for reuse of the building rather than demolition. A 2006.018-Manuscript Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Wilbur Road Bridge over the River Raisin is a Historic American Engineering Record documentation prepared in October 2005. The bridge is located in Section 20, Bridgewater Township T4S, R4E, Washtenaw County. The report was prepared in accordance with the Memorandum of Agreement accepted bythe Washtenaw County Road Commission, the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office and Bridgewater Township. The memorandum is a mitigative measure used to maintain the bridge in a different location through a sale or transfer to an interested party who would used and preserve the structure. The report contains a history of the bridge and photographs. A 2006.023.1-Map Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Photocopy of 1866 bird's eye map of Ann Arbor, framed. There are drawings of 10 buildings across the bottom of the map and someone written the location of each on the border below. The pictures are of the residences of C.H. Millen, W. A. Benedict, H. S. Smith, T. M. Cooley, Henry Krause, _. M. Webster, R. A. Page 49 Scott Civil Engineering Company MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box # 2 MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan

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Beal, Philip Bach and L. R. Bucholz. The map is in a white reeded wood frame measuring 23.5" x 19.5" A 2006.023.2-Map Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Burd, Susan 1895 outline map of Washtenaw County, Michigan. In 18" x 15.75" wood frame. The framw was created by W. F. Bender on 4/7/75. A 2006.023.3-Map Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Burd, Susan Map of Down in Ann Arbor Town and the University of Michigan was used as a fund-raiser for the Michigan League Building in 1926. The map was produced by Jessie Horton Koessler, U.M. 1901 and drawn by Gertrude A. Strickler, Chicago. The top border reads 'Down in Ann Arbor Town' and has the University of Michigan seal in the center. The bottom border reads 'University of Michigan' and has a block M in the center. The four corners each have a drawing representing a different class-Freshman, Sophmore, Junior, Senior. The center of the left border shows a seated lady with a man behind and is labeled 'Ann's Arbor'. The center of the right border shows a squirrel and several houses and is labeled 'The Squirrel.' Above the lower border is a parade of figures representing, from right to left, UM marching band, Union Opera, Freshman picnic, Architect's ball, Sophmore circus. The map is done in a cariacture bird's eye style. It was originally a folded map which has been glued to a wood background and framed. The wood frame, measuring 40.5" x 32.5", was created by W.F. Bender on 1/25/73. A 2006.025.1-Map Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Angell School Photocopy of 1880 bird's eye map of Ann Arbor in an unpainted reeded wood frame measuring 26.5" x 20.25". The frame was created by W. F. Bender on 1/24/73. A 2006.025.2-Map Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Angell School Hand-drawn map of Ann Arbor, Michigan with drawings of buildings and other sites around the city. Drawn by Kemnitz for Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association. In wood frame measuring, 21.5" x 27.25", created by W.F. Bender on 2/9/73. A 33-029.1-Program Good OK MoMS/file drawer This is the centennial program for the Bethlehem Evangelical Church in Ann Arbor, MI printed for the August 27, 1933 celebration of "A Century of Progress." It contains a list of church organizations, a list of choir members, brief history of the Church and the program of the celebration services. It is illustrated with drawings and photos. Inscription in ink inside 'T. E. Schmale, August 26, 1933'. The program was printed by The Mayer-Schairer Co., Ann Arbor, Michigan. on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-keep indicates a second copy inscribed "From Theo. Trost" A 33-029.2-Program Good OK MoMS/file drawer This is the centennial program for the Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church in Scio, MI printed for theSeptember 17 and September 20, 1933 celebration of "A Century of Grace Received." It contains a brief history of the Church and the program of the celebration services. It is illustrated with photos. Inscription in ink on page 19 'Rev. Paul Schulz.' There are many advertisements for local businesses. The program was printed by The Mayer-Schairer Co., Ann Arbor, Michigan. A 44-007-Pamphlet Collection of ten pamphlets. Titles unidentified. Eight found so far. One deaccessioned as duplicate Page 50 Marie Rominger

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Souvenir postcard folder of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The cover of the folder is a black and white photo of the University of Michigan stadium. Inside is a string of 14 tinted photographs of University of Michigan buildings. A 44-007.3-Program OK MoMS/file drawer Marie Rominger Souvenir program of the December 14, 1894 Dedication of the great Organ of the Columbian Exposition set up in the auditorium of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was set up as a gift of the friends and alumni of the University as a memorial to Professor Henry Simmons Frieze. There is a brief description of the organ and a drawing of the keydesk built by Farrand & Votey Organ Co., Detroit, MI for the Columbian Exposition Festival Hall. At the close of the Exposition it was moved to Ann Arbor in June 1894. A 44-007.4-Album OK MoMS/file drawer Marie Rominger Souvenir booklet for students and alumni of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It contains photographs of the U of M buildings. It was published by American Autochrome Co., Chicago. A 2006.022-Album, Photograph Fair OK MOMS Henshaw, Julia Photograph album for cartes-de-visite. It has spaces for 96 pictures. Most of the spaces have photographs, a few have tintypes and a few are empty. Many of the photographs were taken by Sam B. Revenaugh, a photographer located at 28 Huron St., Ann Arbor. Some were taken in other places in Michigan, in Massachuesetts, New York, Ohio, Canada and one from Paris. Most are unlabeled. The frontispiece has 'Album' in flowery letters with spaces on the back for an 'Index to Portraits.' Two gold bordered photo enclosures are on each side of a page. The enclosures are gold borderd and either rectangular, oval or have a rounded top. Most of the pages have a man on the left and a woman on the right. A pin appears on the lapel, vest or tie of several men and several insciptions have the Greek letters for Sigma Phi. The photos are mounted on white or ivory unless otherwise noted in the container list. There are also four images of University of Michigan buildings. See container list for description of photos. A 2006.027-Records Good OK MOMS Guinn, Mary A collection of minutes, bank statements, financial statements, stockholder lists, employee records, survey maps and other items pertaining to the Artificail Ice Company of Ann Arbor, MI. There are two notebooks with handwritten minutes of Director's meetings and annual stockholder meetings. The survey maps are of a property on W. Huron St. and a property on Plymouth Rd. See container list. A 2007.005.1-Album, Photograph Good OK Thrall, Charles Photograph album containing snapshots, cabinet cards and cartes-de-visite of the Parshall and White families. Reverse of cover "Crown Studios Makers of Magic Mount Snapshots, St. Louis, 14, Miss. USA". Pictures are glued to the pages with identifying labels taped below or written directly on the photo. Pages 12, 14, 16-28 and 30-40 are empty. See container list for descriptions of pictures. A 2006.032.26.5-Handbill Poor OK Bookstein, Edith Advertising flyer for 'Warner's Safe Cure: Kidney and Liver'. There is a picture of a box with the advertisement and a drawing of a safe. On the reverse is a picture of the full-size bottle with the description and use of the 'cure' and a drawing of a safe. It is to be used for "Bright's disease, urinary disorders, female complaints, general debility, malaria and all diseases caused by disorderd kidneys and liver." The cost is $1.25 a bottle. Page 51

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Collection of correspondence, trunk inventory, envelopes of paper dolls, greeting cards belonging to the Wilgus family. See container list. A 44-007.6-Pamphlet Fair OK Personal Sketches of Members of the Faculty of the University School of Music contains short biographies and a picture of seven members of the School of Music faculty as well as a paragraph about the school and one about the Frieze Memorial Organ. A 44-007.8-Pamphlet Fair OK Part of a pamphlet, pgs 23-26 and a detached back cover. This part features articles about Hill Auditorium, the Columbian Organ, Stearns Musical Collection and concerts. A 2007.019.4-Manuscript Excellent OK Recollections of the Washtenaw County Hospital is a two-page manuscript by Carol Bateman Hannum about her time as a part-time assistant in the hospital workshop. A 44-025-Pamphlet Fair OK Attwood McAndrew Helen Walker McAndrew is a short biography written by William McAndrew, her son. Mrs. McAndrews was a distinguished business and professional woman who lived in Ypsilanti. She had to go to New York to study medicine because there was no school in the area that would admit her. The booklet was a part of the 10th anniversary program of Ypsilanti Business and Professional Women's Club-The Torch Club and in observance of National Business Women's Week. There is a picture of Dr. McAndrews. A 2006.025.4-Picture Good OK Angell School Picture of a train, men cutting ice with short article below describing the scene. Mounted on brown construction paper. Probably cut from a calendar. A 2007.023.3.1-Manuscript Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan The Schmid Letters is a translation of letters written between 1833 and 1879 by Pastor Friedrich Schmid, a pioneer German missionary. The letters were written from Ann Arbor, Mi to his seminary in Basel, Switzerland. The translation was done by Emerson E. Hutzel. The introduction by Julia Kirchhofer, a granddaughter of Pastor Schmid, is a short biography and geneology of the Schmid family. The letters are give day-to-day occurences making them read like a diary. The letters are followed by "The Life and Labors of Freidrich Schmid" written by Frederick Schmid, Jr. and translated by Emerson E. Hutzel. Hutzel used the transcripts in the Eden Seminary, St. Louis, MO. A 2007.023.3.2-Pamphlet Good OK Wineberg, Susan Friedrich Schmid Pioneer Missionary to the Germans in Michigan by T. W. Menzel is the text of a paper read before the Annual Meeting of the Historical Society of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Santee Chapel, May 19, 1954. A 2006.034-Records Poor OK Joan Black Statement for the Township of Salem for the years 1909 and 1910 is the financial record of the township. It lists the receipts and disbursements of various funds--Hall, General, Woodchuck, Poor, Highway. A 2007.025.1-Receipt Poor OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, from Eathan (sic) A. Warden to James T.. Allen for 6 apple trees (grafts) for $1.50 dated May 1838. One payment James T. Allen & James C. Allen. The small paper has been folded into a 1.75" x 7.75" Page 52 MoMS/file drawer:T-L:UM ephemera Marie Rominger

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rectangle. On the reverse at one end of the folded area "James T. Allen __& Recpt" and at opposite end "E.A. Worden" A 2007.025.2-Memorandum Good OK Class schedule for Eliz. G. Parolini, 545 Packard, for University of Michigan 1913-1914. The schedule is on a card provided by Sheehan & Co., University Booksellers, 320 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI. The reverse of the card is an advertisement for books and stationery. A 2007.023.4.1-License Fair OK License to a Merchant signed and issued by Robert Abbott, Auditor General of the State of Michigan. "Whereas Wardan & Kellogg of the township Ann Arbor in the county of Washtenaw in the State of Michigan, hath duly paid to the Sheriff of said county Eight dollars 75 cents, for a License to follow the occupation of a Merchant: Now, know ye, that the saide Warden & Kellogg is herebylicensed to follow the occupation of a Merchant in the State of Michigan, in the county of Washtenaw in the State aforesaid, during the present year, ending on the 31st day of December, 1838 in conformity with the Laws of the State of Michigan." Also signed by A. _. Goudet County Clerk and Wm Anderson Sheriff. The paper is a typed form with spaces to fill in the pertinent facts. Has been folded to a 1.75" x 7.75" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "License for Selling goods for 1 year Jan. 22, 1838 A 2007.023.4.2-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'Treasurers Office, Washtenaw County Ann Arbor May 5th, 1840 Rec'd of Charles Kellogg Seven dollars for his "Specific State tax" as a Trader in the Village of Ann Arbor (not vending Ardent Spirits) from May 1 1841 to May 1, 1841 D. T. McCallum Dep. Treasurer". Has been folded to a 1.5" x 7.75" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "Permit for Trading 1 May 1840 x Receipt" A 2007.023.4.3-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'Treasurers Office, Washtenaw County May 25, 1841 Received of Charles Kellogg Seven dollars if full for his "Specific Tax" as a Merchant in the Village of Ann Arbor from May 1, 1841 to Apl. 30th 1842 D. T. McC0llum Treasurer". Has been folded to a 1.5" x 7.5" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "Lisance (sic) for 1841 A 2007.023.4.4-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'Recd Ann Arbor Jary 5. 1841 - five dollars 63/100 in full for quarter annuity on pew in Church, due Jary 20.1841- F. H. Cumming'. Has been folded to a 1 x 8" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "F. H. Cumming Rect for Pew rent" A 2007.023.4.5-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'Chas. Kellogg To corporation of St. Andrew's Church for quarter annuity on pew in said Church, due Apr. 20. $5.63 Recd payt for the corporation F. H. Cumming Please credit me 1/2 the amount of the _________'. Written and circled in blue ink at the side is '1842'. The bottom is missing but is evidence it had been signed Charles Kellogg. Has been folded to a 1.5 x 7.75" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "rec. F. H. Cumming __ & ___ for pew rent up 20 March 1842" and "Chas. Kellogg 5.63" at the opposite end. A 2007.023.4.6-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten in blue is '$131.80 Recd. of C T. Ormsby One hundred & thirty one & 80/100 applied on Execution rs. him in favor of Messrs Kelloggs Co. of Troy N.Y. this amt being balance on rent of stores leased Page 53 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3

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of C.T. Ormsby & Co. which amount I agree to pay to Messr.s Kelloggs Co. on order, with interest, in current Michigan funds Ann Arbor Aug 5th 1841 E. A. Warden at Ann Arbor for D. W. Kellogg. Crosswise over the blue in brown '5.00 Feb. 20th Chgd Ethan A. Warden Ann Arbor business Feby. 19. 1842 by D. W. K's direction in letter to CHK of Dec. 31. 1841 Kelloggs Co.' The two signatures have brown crosshatch over them. Has been folded to a 2" x 8" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "Ethan A. Warden Ann Arbor $131.90 Augt. 5. 1841" in black ink. A 2007.023.4.7-Receipt Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'Rec. Ann Arbor Nov. 27th, 1840 of E.A. Warden Thirty two & 50/100 Dollars (by hand of D. W. Kellogg) in full of account for Medical Services S. Denton'. Has been folded to a 1.5" x 8" rectangle for filing. On the reverse at one end of folded area is "S. Denton's Medical bill paid rc E. A. W. Nov. 27. 1840 $32.50 Rect in full'. A 2007.023.4.8-Contract Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handwritten, 'It is agreed between Dwight Kellogg of the one part and Nathan Burnham & Hiram Wyatt of the other part, that said Burnham & Wyatt are to get out (as it is called) for said Kellogg- a bill of timber for a Grist Mill according as it has been made out by E. Torry amounting to about six thousand feet-running measure. to be got out on the farm owned by Dwight & Dan W. Kellogg, on which said Burnham & Wyatt now live-for which said Kellogg is to pay them three cents per foot running measure & the said Burnham & Wyatt are to have the blocks & chips made in gettin out said timber-The pay to be in cash as far as may be necessary, to pay hands & furnish provisions & the remainder in trade at Kelloggs Store in Ann Arbor Ann Arbor 11 Jan. 1837 Dwight Kellogg Nathan Burnham Hiram Wyatt'. Has been folded to a 1.75" x 7.75" rectangle for filing. On the reverse in one folded area is "1837 29 March Accrued the pay for getting out the within bill of timber in full. Hiram Wyatt'. A 2007.023.4.9-Letter Good OK Wineberg, Susan Copy of a handwritten two-page letter to C. Whitwood Esq. Moravia, Cayuga County, N.Y. dated Ann Arbor , Sept. 11, 1838. The first part is written by Dor Kellogg and gives news of the village and the mill being built. The second part is written by Charles Kellogg and discusses things he wants sent and some news of the family. There is a typed transcript attached. A 2006.028.1-Program Fair OK Spencer, Herbert Program for Gilt-Edge Minstrels held at Germania Hall, Thursday, December 16, 1897. Contains many local ads. Hole punched in upper left has red silk ribbon tied in it. A 2006.028.2-Program Fair OK Spencer, Herbert Program for Gilt-Edge Minstrels held at Saline Opera House, Thursday Evening, January 27, 1898. Contains many local ads. A 2006.028.3-Program Good OK Spencer, Herbert Program for Y.M.C.A. Fair held at the Light Infantry Armory, Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 14-19, 1898. The fair is a fundraiser bor the building fund of the Y.M.C.A. and includes displays by merchants, entertainment, floral exhibit, craft and other sales booths. There is an architect's drawing of the building and floor plans in the program as well as many advertisements from local businesses. Program was printed by the Inland Press, Ann Arbor. A 2006.028.4-Program Page 54 Good OK Spencer, Herbert Program for Elk's Minstrel B.P.O.E. No. 325, Ann Arbor, Mich. held at the Athens Theatre Monday, July 8,

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1901under the direction of the 'Eminent Minstrel Mr. C.G. Nunn.' There are many local ads inside. A 2006.030.4-Invitation Good OK Creal, Patricia Invitation to a fund raiser for WCHS Museum on Main Street held at the Gandy Dancer, Ann Arbor on Saturday, Nov. 9, 1996. The white folded card has a black with gold ribbon across the center. The card opens to show a picture of a train and 'Climb on Board!' in the top section. The light on the train engine lights up and you hear a train whistle, chugging and bell sounds. The lower section has a section which holds an insert card 'WCHS's MoMS Thanks YOU for YOUR Support TEA & TRAINS Saturday, November 9, 1996 Gandy Dancer Restaurant'. The reverse of the invitation is marked 'Paten No. 5,275,285' in white. A 2007.002-Papers, Personal Fair OK Stoughton, Catherine Personal papers of Peter Sears consisting of land sales documents, sale of a schooner, 35 letters to Peter Sears, letter to Samuel Sears, letter to Lucy Sears, letter to Mrs. Abraham More, and a teacher contract for Thomas Sears. Of the letters to Peter Sears, seven were addressed to him at Yarmouth from 1778 to 1782, eight were adressed to him at Ashfield, MA from 1800-1813, three were addressed to him at Webster, Michigan Territory in 1826, two to Dexter, Michigan Territory dated 1823 and 1830 and fourteen were addressed to him at Ann Arbor (or Annarbour, Ann Arbour, Ann Arbor Township) from 1830-1848. All the letters are sheets of paper folded to a small size, addressed and sealed. The descriptions in the container list are summaries, not actual transcriptions. A 2007.031.2.1-Postcard Fair OK Holiday greeting postcard. Illustration of a rose on a green background and 'Best Wishes' in white. Verso of card has post card written in many languages. The message is written in Japanese characters and signed in ink 'I. Kamamoto, Gildford, Mont., addressed to Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Hawley, Wanatchee, Wash. 1cent green Franklin stamp cancelled ____R.P.O Jan. 1, 1909. A 2007.031.2.2-Postcard Fair OK Easter greeting postcard. Illustration of a cross of blue forget-me-nots with sprigs of white flower around it and sun rays in upper right corner. Greeting reads, "Easter Greetings". Verso of card has handwritten message addressed to Mrs. C. A. Hawley, Wenatchee Wash. The green 1 cent Franklin was cancelled in Athena Oreg April 6, 1909. A 2007.031.2.3-Postcard Fair OK Easter greeting postcard. Illustration of a gold frame picture of man in boat fishing with lilies over one part of frame. Greeting reads "Easter Greetings". Verso of card has handwritten message in pencil addressed to Dear Sister and signed from your sister Mary Weed. Message is written in the address section. No date, address, stamp or cancellation but postage required is 2 cents. A 2007.031.2.4-Postcard Fair OK Birthday greeting postcard. Illustration of a gold horseshoe draped with forget-me-nots. Greeting reads "Birthday Greetings". Verso of card has handwritten message in pencil 'Lovingly yours, mother Nov. 19-08. Message is written in the address section. No date, address, stamp or cancellation. A 2007.031.2.5-Postcard Fair OK Greeting postcard. Illustration of a red poinsettia on black background. Greeting reads "Poinsettia, A beautiful Flower of California". There is a poem in red on the right side. Verso of card has handwritten message addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Hawley, Wenatchee, Washington. There is a 1 cent green Franklin Page 55 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Couture, Marilyn document case #6

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stamp cancelled in San Diego, CA Dec. 28, 1908. A 2007.036.2-Check Good OK Cancelled check No. 193 for $50 on First Nationl Bank of Twin Falls, Idaho dated May 28, 1919 payable to Mrs. Marie Allmendinger and signed Helene Allmendinger. There is line drawing of waterfalls in the upper left corner. Perforated with holes that form numbers and stamped in blue with May 28. A 2007.011.2-Papers, Personal Fair OK A collection of personal papers of Francis M. Hamilton. There is a notification of election as Mayor of Ann Arbor, a booklet of the Rules of Common Council, a business card listing the standing committees of Common Council, a notepad listing annual expenses and property bought and sold, three receipts for taxes, receipt for a subscription to Ohio Central Railroad, numerous cancelled checks. See container list A 38-008-Misc. Items Register indicates eighteen miscellaneous items. No further information provided. Found one book labelled 38-8, see library 38-8.1 11/13/39 Bentley deposit list-see container list Ziegler card Ann Arbor High School general catalog of officers and graduates, 1856-1909 A 38-050b-Booklet, Instruction Directons for using Ross & Co's Pat. Embroidering Machines A 29-127-Scrapbook Fair OK Herbarium for collecting botannical specimens. Collection of plants attached to pages in book and identified. Handwritten label on front 'Herbarium of Miss Delia Miller Ypsilanti State NOrmal School 1859-1861 (died Spt. 1861) Daughter of Stephen Voorhees Miller Macon Tp. Lenawee Co. MIchigan.' Handwritten page in front 'Delia Millers Herbarium. She died Sept. 1861. Graduated from State Normal School June 1861 53 specimens ____. March 2nd 1900.' A 2007.011.3-Documents Fair OK A collection of fifteen court documents, mainly from the Probate Court of Washtenaw County concerning the estate of Francis M. Hamilton. A 2007.011.4-Documents Fair OK A collection of cancelled checks, report card, wedding invitation, marriage license and documents of Francis G. Hamilton, son of Francis M. Hamilton. A 2007.011.5-Documents Fair OK A collection of items belonging to Herbert M. Slauson found with the papers of the Hamilton family. The collection includes three account books, two newspaper clippings about his death and a copy of his will. A 2004.001.02.1-14-Documents Deeds and documents--Kaercher, Bissinger, Gross, Jedele A 2008.003.1-Program Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/11"x16.5"x3" blue folded box # Stephen V. Miller On Loan Bentley Byron Finney estate Missing MOMS moveable shelves/gray Haskell, Pat document case #6

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Program for the Univ. of Michigan Union presentation of Michigenda, a musical comedy in three acts at the New Whitney Theatre, Ann Arbor, Feb. 26-29, 1908. Plot, Music and Lyrics by Roy Dickinson Welch and Page 56

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Lines by Donald Haines. There is a drawing of a dancing couple on the front. A 2007.031.2.6-Postcard Fair OK Greeting postcard. Illustration of two deer with a snow covered building behind. The picture is surrounded by holly leaves and berries and a gold outer border. Greeting reads "A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year." Verso of card has no message and is addressed to Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Hawley, Wenatchee, Washington R.F.D.2. There is a 1 cent green Franklin stamp cancelled in N.Y. Dec. 24, 1908 and is signed "From Clara & Sterling" A 2007.031.2.7-Postcard Fair OK Greeting postcard. Illustration of a snow covered scene in a center medallion. The picture is surrounded by a wreath of holly leaves and berries with two bells attached. Greeting reads "A Merry Christmas." Verso of card has handwritten message addressed to Mrs. C. A. Hawley, Wenatchee, Washington. There is a 1 cent green Franklin stamp cancelled in San Dimas Cal. Dec. 20, 1908 and is signed "Eva." A 2007.031.2.8-Postcard Fair OK Greeting postcard. Illustration of a wicker basket of purple flowers and a bunch of the same flowers at the side on a gold background. Greeting reads "Sent to my Valentine." Verso of card has handwritten message "From Mother & Sister Dee" and is addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Chas. A. Hawley, Gulata, Mont. There is a 1 cent green Franklin stamp cancelled in San Diego Cal. Feb. 11, 1908. A 2007.031.2.2-Postcard Fair OK Easter greeting postcard. Illustration of a cross of blue forget-me-nots with sprigs of white flower around it and sun rays in upper right corner. Greeting reads, "Easter Greetings". Verso of card has handwritten message addressed to Mrs. C. A. Hawley, Wenatchee Wash. The green 1 cent Franklin was cancelled in Athena Oreg April 6, 1909. A 2008.003.2-Program Good OK Program for the Univ. of Michigan Union presentation of Culture, a musical satire at the New Whitney Theatre, Ann Arbor, Dec. 16-19, 1908. Book by Donal H. Haines, music by Dickinson Welch. There is a drawing of a man dressed in sweater, pants and boots and a long flowing cape. The program contains many local advertisements. A 2008.003.3-Program Good OK Program for the Univ. of Michigan Union presentation of The Crimson Chest, a comic operat, at the New Whitney Theatre, Ann Arbor, Dec. 14-17, 1910. Book by Arthur B. Moehlman and Francis L. Riordan, lyrics by J. Fred Lawton, music by Earl V. Moore, Robt. T. Moreland, Arthur M. Fournier. There are pictures of the opera committee and the writers, lyricist and composers as well as a few local advertisements. There is a red drawing of a pirate with sword standing in front of a chest on the cover. A 2008.003.4-Program Good OK Program for the Mimes of the Univ. of Michigan Union presentation of Contrarie Mary at the New Whitney Theatre, Ann Arbor, March 26-29, 1913. Book and lyrics by Robert G. Beck, music by Earl Moore, Willis A. Diekema, Rowland W. Fixel. There are pictures of the program chairman, Philip K. Fletcher and three of the composers as well as local advertisements. There is a drawing of a knight on horseback with a lady mounted behind him. A 2007.005.2-Card, Greeting Good OK Sympathy card with candles and roses on front from Women's Society of Christian Science, Mrs. Stanley Page 57 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Couture, Marilyn document case #6

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Thrall, Charles

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Yape, Remembrance Chairman, dated July 5, 1949. Found loose in photo album 2007.5.1 A 2007.005.3-Program Good OK Thrall, Charles Program for the 9th Annual Banquet held at the First Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, at 6 p.m. October 5, 1949. There is a line drawing of the church onthe front with the program inside opens to songs. a.-tan, b.-pink. Found loose in photo album 2007.5.1 A 2007.005.4-Envelope Good OK Thrall, Charles Program with 'Miss Parshall' on front. Contains an article about the death of John Schlee, a Christmas card and the negative of a picture in the photo album. See container list for descriptions. Found loose in photo album 2007.5.1 A 2006.013.1.1-31-Clipping, Fair OK Newspaper31 newspaper clippings from the series 'Ann Arbor History Old Homes'. Each clipping is Collection of mounted on a piece of 9" x 11" mat board. See container list. A 2006.013.5.1-9-Clipping, Fair Newspaper Collection of 9 newspaper clippings. Some are mounted on a piece mat board. See container list. A 2008.011.2.3-Invoices Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Paige box MOMS moveable shelves/Paige box Gallup, Al

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Nine invoices from Hutzel & Co., Plumbing and Heating, 119 E. Washington with dates ranging from 1921-27 for C.B. Green, 910 Dewey Ave. On white paper. A 2008.011.2.2-Invoices Good OK Wineberg, Susan Six invoices from C.H. Kittredge, Electric Fixtures, Electric Construction, 216 W. Huron St. with dates ranging from 1920-27 for Mrs. C.B. Green. On white paper. A 2008.011.2.1-Invoices Good OK Wineberg, Susan Eight invoices from Varsity Laundry Co., corner Liberty St. and Fifth Ave. with dates ranging from 1930-1937 for C.B. Green 910 Dewey. Most are on yellow or pale yellow paper. A 2008.011.2.4-Bill Good OK Wineberg, Susan 49 bills from Mack & Co., with dates ranging from 1908-31. The bill from 1908 is for Mrs. C.B. Green, 216 E. William St.. From 1912 to March 1915 the bill is for Mrs. C.B. Green, 627 E. University. From April 1916 to June1917 the address is 1021 Hill St. As of July 1917 the address is 910 Dewey Ave. Beginning in Nov. 1916, there are bills for Mrs. C.B. Green and Miss E.M. Green. One or two from each year were saved as were all of the bills from 1917 as a representation of items purchased by Mrs. Green and her daughter for a full year. Purchases made include clothing, yard goods and other sewing materials, household supplies, dishes. A 2008.011.3.1-Receipt Good OK Wineberg, Susan Deposit slip from The Farmers & Mechanics Bank of Ann Arbor acknowledging a deposit of $1.00 by C. B. Green on Jan. 14, 1919. A 2008.011.3.2-Receipt Good OK Wineberg, Susan Receipt indicating that Farmers & Mechanics bank has collected payment from ?Ed. Jennings papers? and is enclosing a draft for $320.25. The payment was for $321 and the bank charged a 0.75 fee. It is signed by Mary J. Gillette,

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ObjectID# / Objname A 1999.001.10-Card, Greeting

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Collection of cards found in a Whitman Sampler candy box. There are Valentine , Christmas cards, birthday cards, a souvenir booklet, a booklet of verse and a photocard. See container list A 1999.001.12.1-Card, Greeting Fair OK Christmas card bears a picture of a boy in blue outfit and red hat, leaning on a rock, filling a wooden bucket by the shore. It reads 'A smooth sea, and a good haul to you this Christmas morn.' The picture is surrounded by a blue double line border. On the reverse is 'Frank' handwritten in ink. A 1999.001.12.2-Card, Greeting Fair OK Christmas card bears a picture of a yellow rose and white babies breath. It reads 'Wishing you a Happy Christmas.' On the reverse is 'Charles' handwritten in ink. A 2008.012.2-Certificate, Fair OK Achievement Citation for Meritorious Service awarded to Fred C. Perry, City Clerk of Ann Arbor, by Fifth Army 'for voluntary efforts and outstanding achievement within 5th army area in behalf of the United States Army recruiting service', Headquarters, Michigan recruiting district. It bears a gold official seal of the US Army recruiting station, Detroit, Mich. It is signed by Walter C. Cole, Colonel AAF Commanding. The words are printed over a blue us eagle crest. There is also a logo of an onion dome with an 'A' and '5' superimposed. A 2009.002-Handbill, Trade Fair OK Broadside advertisement 'A.A. Terry dealer in Hats, Caps, Furs and Gent's Furnishing Goods No. 15 South Main St. Ann Arbor Mich.' There is a drawing of a man's shirt with 'Shirt Depot'. A bordered section with gloves, parasol, cane, scarf, muff and various styles of hats, 'Nelli Secundus, or Second to None.' Three of the hats have rebus puzzles written in them. At bottom 'Besila (?Etch?) J.W. Fales & Co. 57 Jefferson Aenue, Detroit Mich.' In 1.5" wood frame measuring 12.5" x 16.5" A 29-127-Scrapbook Fair OK Herbarium for collecting botannical specimens. Collection of plants attached to pages in book and identified. Handwritten label on front 'Herbarium of Miss Delia Miller Ypsilanti State NOrmal School 1859-1861 (died Spt. 1861) Daughter of Stephen Voorhees Miller Macon Tp. Lenawee Co. MIchigan.' Handwritten page in front 'Delia Millers Herbarium. She died Sept. 1861. Graduated from State Normal School June 1861 53 specimens ____. March 2nd 1900.' A 2009.008-Certificate, Fair OK Registration Certificate issued by the Board of Pharmacy of the State of Michigan to Duane H. Eidson of Berrien Springs on July 25, 1922. The certificate hung on the wall of Decker Drugs in the Decker Drug Building (now Ritz Camera Building), 318 S. State St., Ann Arbor, until rescued by donor. A 2006.001.01.2-Clipping, Fair NewspaperMarch 29, 1969 Ann Arbor News covering the death of Dwight Eisenhower. Front page of OK

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Receipt for $3.30 from Cousins and Hall florists--for two dozen roses and ribbon to Washtenaw County Dental Society per Dr. Hall, dated March 22, year unkown but approximately 1900-1910. In pencil 'These were sent to Dr. Moore's. Cousins and Hall florists had green houses at the corner of S. University and 12th St., Ann Page 59

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Arbor. A 2008.019-Folio Good OK Jackson, Douglas Geological Atlas of the United States, Ann Arbor Folio is reprint No. 155, Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, George Otis Smith, Director. It is a revision of a 1909 survey containing text by I. C. Russell and Frank Leverett describing the Ann Arbor Quadrangle. There are three large maps of eastern Washtenaw County, tables, and other maps. It was engraved and printed by the U. S. Geological Survey, George W. Stone, ed. of Geological maps and S. J. Kubel, Chief Engraver. A 85.06-Postcard Fair OK Collection of souvenir picture postcard, greeting postcards, one plain postcard and one photo postcard. Two are addressed to Mrs. M. S. Davenport, Whitmore Lake, dated 1917; one of these is a War postcard flag. One is addressed to M. S. Davenport, dated 1908. One, a Christmas card, is addressed to Miss Stella Lankswiert, Whitmore Lake, Box 45 and not mailed. One is addressed to Mr. C. L. Petrie, 723 Packard St., Ann Arbor, dated 1938. Two are addressed to Miss Ruth Dexter, Whitmore Lake c/o Milton Davenport. Three, two of Chicago and one a photo of a house with a woman and dog on the porch, bear no message or address. 62 are addressed to Donna Davenport, most to Whitmore Lake. Of these one is from C.P. (? C. L. Petrie). Dates vary--2 from 1908, 4 from 1909, 29 from 1910, 24 from 1911, 1 from 1912, 2 are undated. A 2009.016-Book, ration Fair OK Two World War II ration books number four issued by the United States Office of Price Administration. a.) serial number 912469AA issued to __(faded pencil unreadable name), contains several strips of loose stamps of various types--spare or sugar in black, a letter and wheat stalk in blue--and a letter and torch in green attached to book. b.) serial number 906806AA issued to Rebel (none) Proctor contains a loose strip with a letter and wheat stalk in blue and attached stamps--spare in black, a letter and cronucopia in red, a letter and torch in green A 2009.007-Scrapbook Good OK Three ring notebook with green plastic cover contains items collected by Jeanette Duncan Hadley during the time she worked for Bertha Muehlig. Items include snapshots, newspaper clippings, postcard, greeting card, Kempf House items, store pictures and memorabilia, two Old West Side newsletters. Most of the items pertain to Bertha Muehlig. See container list. A 2009.001.07-Diary Fair OK Diary kept in a small notebook intended for keeping financial records. It is inscribed 'Sergt. Wm. H. Warner, Co F, 20th Mich.,'Near Annapolis, Md. April 14, 1864' in pencil on first page, 'Wm. H. Warner, Co F, 20th Michigan Infantry Annapolis, M.D. April 20th, 1864' in ink on second page. The first entry is April18 and the last is May 27 and are in fading pencil. At the back is a list of members of Co F dated May 14th, 1864. The rest of the book is empty. There is a small pocket at the back of the book. A 2009.017-Correspondence Fair OK Envelope addressed to Mr. J. Walter Feiner, 117 W. William St., Ann Arbor, Mich., stamped 'Paquebot San Fran. Calif.' and 'Let's Go! Citizens Militray Training Camps', a green halfpenny stamp, and postmarked San Francisco, Calif., March 26, 1928. The envelope has a drawing of a port city and boats and reads 'Memogram from J.M. Feiner Singapore Canadian Pacific Round the World Cruise.' It contains seven 8.5" x 11" memograms issued on board the Empress of Australia. See container list. Page 60 Reserved for items found in collection in 2009 MoMS/file drawer 3R World Wars Friends of the Ann Arbor District Library

Black, Joan

Hannum, Carol

ObjectID# / Objname A 2009.019.02-Program

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Program for the year 2004-2005. The program is ivory folded paper with a drawing of a doll in a white dress with red feather on her hat, tin soldier, ark clothespin dolls and a poem. It lists the monthly meetings and members. Each page is illustrated with a color picture of a doll relevant to the program. A 2009.019.03-Program Good OK Ann Arbor Doll Collectors Program for the year 2007-2008. The program is ivory folded paper with a drawing of a two dolls. It lists the monthly meetings and members. Each page is illustrated with a color picture of a doll relevant to the program. A 2009.019.04-Program Good OK Ann Arbor Doll Collectors Program for the year 2007-2008, the 40th anniversary of the Club. The program is red folded paper with a drawing of two children looking at three dolls. It lists the monthly meetings and members. Each page is illustrated with a black and white drawing by Tish Lehman. A 2009.001.11-Letter Good OK Letter to Orrin White from twin brother Orpheus dated Auburn Jan. 21st, 1814 stating he has escaped a second draft, and asks how his business is going. A note at the bottom indicates 'A true copy'. On the reverse it is addressed to 'Mr. Orin White. Palmyra. Ontario Co. N.Y.' Also on reverse 'given by Mrs. Anna Parshall and Olive Parshall.' A 2010.007-Pad Good OK Warden's Air Raid Damage Report is a pad of tear off papers to be used by air raid wardens to report damages--location, time, type of bomb, casualties, fire, utility damage, roads blocked, services on the job, remarks. The reverse of each page has a spot for a supplemental or follow-up report. There are two pages of carbon paper included. It was issued by the Michigan Council of Defense for the United States Citizens Defense Corps of Michigan. A 2008.006-Records Good OK Financial records of the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial celebration held in 1974. The records date from 1973 to 1984. They document the activities of the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Commission including the publication and distribution of Ses. Journal, (12 monthly journals that were supplements in the Ann Arbor News, later bound), silver bar with art by Milt Kemnitz, gold tabs with brown logo and a book, Pictorial History of Ann Arbor published by Michigan Historical Collections Bentley Library. Included in the collection are check stubs, invoices for work done, sales tax license from 1981 (others destroyed), an account book and newspaper clippings. See container list. L 2002.012-Booklet Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Bentley Historical Library, Women's Voices: Early Years at the University of Michigan is a collection of survey responses completed by the first women students to attend the University of Michigan. The survey was conducted in 1924 and covers the years 1870, when women were first admitted, to 1924. The survey was mailed to about 10,258 alumnae and received 3,047 responses. These responses, found in the Universsity archives, are summarized in this book and offer a look at the accomplishements of alumnae and those who were still students at the time of the survey. L 2002.013-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Karen O'Neal "The Little Club": A History of the Ann Arbor Golf and Outing Club details the history of the golf club established as the University Club, a six-hole golf course near Michgan Stadium, in1897. It became the Ann Arbor Golf Club in 1899 and later expanded to eighteen holes. There are also tennis courts on the grounds. Page 61 MoMS/file drawer 3R World Wars Reserved for items found in collection in 2009

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Crary, Rachel

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There is a chronology of the club, lists of past presidents, golf pros, groundskeepers, dining room managers and/or cooks. Short recollections of various members are also included. AAGO is one of the oldest continuing gold clubs in Michigan and was the birthplace of Big Ten golf. L 2002.017.02-Magazine Fair OK The Delineator is a monthly magazine from the early 1900s. It contains stories, women and children's fashions and sewing patterns as well as helpful hints. There are many advertisements and pictures which give an idea of domestic life at the time. L 2002.017.03-Magazine Poor OK The Delineator is a monthly magazine from the early 1900s. It contains stories, women's and children's fashions and needlework patterns as well as helpful hints. The pictures and advertisements give a good idea of domestic life at the time. L 2001.025.3-Booklet Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Booklet contains the words, in German, to songs sung at German Park, a private park located on Pontiac Trail just south of Dixboro Rd. in Washtenaw County, MI. There is a picture of the entrance to the park on the cover. German families would gather at the park on summer weekends to eat, sing and dance. L 2001.032.2-Book Good OK Schneeberger, Janet American Intervention in Northern Russia 1918-19 The Polar Bear Expedition is the story of a US Army stationed in Russia during World War I. There is a picture of a polar bear statue with two soldiers blowing a salute with horns. L 2001.032.3-Magazine Good OK Schneeberger, Janet Dreaming of Home: American Soldiers in Russia 1918-19 is an article about a unit of the US Army stationed in Russia during World War I. L 2002.015.04-Booklet Good OK MOMS Oakley, David Family meeting of the Descendants of Charles Kellogg-Pamphlet reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register July 1858 L 2001.006.1-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 3R French, Arthur HOME, September 1923, is an 8 page advertising booklet on white paper put out by Mack & Co. Department store in Ann Arbor, MI. The cover has a yellow and black border around a picture of a pergola and the words "Furnish the home complete". The theme of this issue is Colonial furniture. It contains pictures and descriptions of rooms, furniture and drapes. L 2001.006.2-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 3R French, Arthur HOME, November 1923 is an 8 page advertising brochure on white paper put out by Mack & Co. Department Store, Ann Arbor, MI. It has a cream and black border around a picture of a colonial house and door and a drawing of a turkey and a cornucopia and the words "furnish the home complete". The theme of this issue is late Colonial styles of furniture. It contains pictures and descriptions of rooms, furniture and drapes. L 2001.006.3-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 3R French, Arthur HOME, March 1924 is an 8 page advertising brochure on white paper put out by Mack & Co. Department Store, Ann Arbor, MI. The cover has an orange and black border around a drawing of an arched doorway in a stucco building as well as drawings of furniture and the words "furnish the home complete". The theme of this Page 62 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 Gallup, Al

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issue is Spanish Colonial style furniture. There are pictures and descriptions of rooms, furniture and drapes inside. L 2001.007.1-Booklet, Instruction Good OK MOMS Wineberg, Susan How to Use your Argus C3 is an instruction booklet on glossy white paper that orginally was distributed with an Argus camera. It has a yellow, blue and gray cover with a picture of a man on skis. Argus cameras were made in Ann Arbor, MI. L 2001.010.1-Manuscript Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Food, Shelter and Clothing in Ann Arbor is a paperback booklet published by the Ann Arbor Public Schools to present facts about Ann Arbor to second grade pupils. It has a green spiral bound cover and contains large print and pictures. L 2001.010.2-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Early Ann Arbor and Its History is a xerox copy of a revision of a 1964 booklet used by the Ann Arbor Public Schools to present facts about Ann Arbor history to third grade students. The cover has a black and white drawing of a canoe with explorers and Native-Americans and contains a few drawings inside as well. L 2001.010.3-Booklet Good OK This recipe book contains mimeographed recipes from the Dicken School Annual Teacher's Luncheon, May 7, 1975. It has a blue construction paper cover with a glued on medallion and the words Bobbie Schultz. L 2001.011.1-Book Good OK Bible, American Standard Version, 1901 has a black leather cover. This Bible was used by the donor's mother at the Ann Arbor Bible Class that met above the old Kresge store on Main St., Ann Arbor, MI. There are maps of the Holy Land in the back. L 2002.019.2-Pamphlet L 2002.019.7-Book 1905 Michigan Manual L 2002.024.12-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Bauer, Matilda Small German Bible. Bookplate reads 'Johannes Neumann, Pastor 1900 April 1st'. Note on back page 'in year of 1899 took part in singing and reading the following verses aged 18 years' followed by a list of songs. Also written in back 'Wallace S. was born 8 Oct., 1900, Marel was born 20 June 1899, A. S____ d. Oct. 21' and 'Miss Kate Schuler Ann Arbor Mich. The beginning of this writers work was in 1881 the truth'. L 2002.025.01-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Beasley, John and Richard Small, easily carried, Webster's dictionary from the American Pocket Dictionary series. Written inside on the fly leaf is 'Marguerite Burd'. L 2002.025.02-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard Stories of Animal Life is a collection of stories about animals for children. Written inside on the fly leaf is 'Leah L. Bolgos' and 'Ivan Bolgos'. L 2002.025.03-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard My Country: A Textbook in Civics and Patriotism for Young Americans is a textbook for school children. The frontispiece has a color print of a N. C. Wyeth painting of children saluting the flag. The book was first Page 63 Fair Shelf OK MOMS moveable shelves Mr. & Mrs. William Groves Mr. & Mrs. William Groves Early Days in Dexter is a pamphlet describing life in Dexter, Mi in the 1800s, contains old photos. MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3 MOMS moveable shelves A Devall, Margaret Craig

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published in 1918. Written on the fly leaf is 'Clare Burd C.B. 1926-27'. L 2002.025.04-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard English Reading for Schools contains James Russell Lowell's 'The Vision of Sir Launfal' and Alfred Lord Tennyson's "The Holy Grail" from 'The Idylls of theKing'. There are notes and an introduction by E.O. Vaile. Written on the fly leaf is 'Marguerite E. Burd Age 12 1906'. L 2002.025.05-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard "The Coming of Arthur" and other Idylls of the King is classical reading for students. The original cost of the book was fifteen cents. Written inside on the fly leaf is 'Marguerite E. Burd 12'. L 2002.025.6-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard Picciola is a schoolbook written in French. This edition was edited and abridged by O. B. Super. Written on the fly leaf is 'Marg. E. Burd '12'. L 2002.025.07-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard The Merrill Readers Primer is a reading book for school children. It was illustrated by Elsie Dodge Pattee. On the cover there is a faded picture of a boy with a horn and a girl with a sheep staff against a red background. Written on the fly leaf is 'Clare Burd'. L 2002.025.08-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard The Teaching of Geography is a school book for grade school children. Written on the fly leaf is 'Marg. E. Burd '12'. L 2002.025.09-Book Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe is a classic story used in English classes. L 2002.025.10-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard The Teaching of English Grammar: History and Method is a children's school book. Written on the fly leaf is 'M.E. Burd 1914'. L 2002.025.11-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard First Grade Seatwork for Silent Reading is a workbook for young children learning how to read. It provides lines for copying words which are associated with pictures. Written on the cover is 'Charles Bolgos'. L 2002.025.12-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard Jack of the Pony Express is a story in a series of books for boys. It is also called Young Rider of the Mountain Trails. It is illustrated and there is a picture of a boy on a brown horse on the cover. L 2002.025.13-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard The Boy Scouts on the Range is a children's story. There is a picture of Boy Scouts on a hike and an Indian on the cover. Written on the fly leaf is 'Mr. Charles Roland Burd Ann Arbor Mich. RFD #5'. L 2002.025.14-Booklet Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard New York of Today is a souvenir book of black and white pictures of buildings and scenes of New York City. The cover has a picture of the New York skyline across the center, the Statue of Liberty in the upper left corner, Soldiers & Sailors monument in the upper right corner and a harbor scene across the bottom. Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves/A Beasley, John and Richard

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A Short History of the University of Michigan tells the history of the university from its founding in 1837 to 1937. It contains 22 drawings and etchings by the author. L 2002.027.3-Book Fair Shelf Black, E. Patricia Historical Atlas of Washtenaw County Michigan is the 1874 illustrated atlas of the county. It contains maps for each township as well as plat maps for many of the towns in the county such as Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Saline, Milan, Dexter, Chelsea, Manchester. There are also facts about the county and drawings of various properties within the county. Written on the fly leaf is the following 'Michael Weimer to Albert Weimer to Herman J. Staebler then to a historical society Aug. 20, 1971 or Kempf House by Edith S. Kempf 12/6/73'. Michael Weimer is printed Old English style, Albert Weimer and Herman M. Staebler are signatures. L 2002.027.2-Yearbook Fair OK Black, E. Patricia The Castalian in the 1890 University of Michigan yearbook. It contains a literary section, a faculty list, a Board of Regents list, class lists for 1890-93, post graduate and special students lists, class officers lists. It also highlights different department, activities and organizations. There are some hand-written notes on various pages and good local ads. There is a purple paper ribbon marking some pages. The cover has a white section with blue and yellow letters and designs which are faded. L 2000.003.5-Booklet Good OK MOMS Wineberg, Susan Probate Court of the State of Michigan: It's Jurisdiction Law and Practice is a booklet containing "William's Probate Manual' by Frank H. Williams with a preface dated July 2, 1914. The front of the booklet indicates that it was the printed for William H. Murray, Judge of Probate, Washtenaw County. L 2002.017.04-Newspaper Good OK Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, January. 1974, contains various articles about the history of Ann Arbor. MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 Gallup, Al

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Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, February, 1974 contains articles about the leadership in the building of the community and miscellaneous historic articles. L 2002.017.06-Newspaper Good OK

Gallup, Al

Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, March, 1974 contains articles pertaining to education through the years.

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Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, April, 1974 contains miscellaneous articles about the city of Ann Arbor through the years. L 2002.017.08-Newspaper Good OK

Gallup, Al

Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, May, 1974 is the birthday party issue celebrating the founding of Ann Arbor in 1824. There are also articles abut performing arts in Ann Arbor.

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Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, June, 1974 contains articles about the churches of Ann Arbor as well as miscellaneous articles. L 2002.017.10-Newspaper Good OK

Gallup, Al

Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, August, 1974 contains miscellaneous articles about the history of Ann Arbor. L 2002.017.11-Newspaper Good OK

Gallup, Al

Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, October, 1974 contains articles about the history of the University of Michigan. L 2002.017.12-Newspaper Good OK

Gallup, Al

Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, November, 1974 contains articles about the future plans for Ann Arbor.

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Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, December, 1974 contains articles about the sesquicentennial committee including their activities and planning for the celebration. L 2002.024.18-Book Fair OK

Bauer, Matilda

The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey describes the university. This is part I--History and Administration--of a comprehensive series in 9 parts. L 2002.024.22-Newspaper Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Journal, July, 1974 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves Bauer, Matilda

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Passport to Ann Arbor is a short description of Ann Arbor. This copy is inscribed 'To my friend Al Bauer'. Old Dexter Village depicts the history of Dexter, MI through the use of captioned old photographs. MOMS moveable shelves A Bernard, Elizabeth Bernard, Elizabeth

Do You Know: An Illustrated History of Michgan is a collection of newpaper articles of historic interest from

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all over the state. It was published in recognition of the states centennial and is dated 1835-37 - 1935-37. L 2000.008.4-Booklet Good OK Wineberg, Susan Safety Guide Washtenaw County Sheriff Department is a publication of the county which contains rules of the road, many advertisements for county businesses and a card for motorboat regristration. The cover is done in two shades of brown and depicts a map of Michgan divided into counties and a picture of a sheriff's car. Also on the cover are the words 'Safety Guide, in case of accident or emergency Call Ann Arbor 662-2505; 662-2504 George A. Petersen Sheriff Washtenaw County'. L 2000.013-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Burton, Martha Of Dixboro: Lest We Forget tells the history of Dixboro, Michigan, a small town just east of Ann Arbor. The book is signed by the author. L 2000.014.21-Book Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Webster's Robin Hood Dictionary is a small book made expressly for Dietzel Shoe Store E. Washington St. Ann Arbor, Michigan to be given to children who come to the store to buy shoes. L 2000.014.20-Book, Account Poor OK Wineberg, Susan Pierce' Memorandum and Account Book contains information about chronic diseases and measurements, some of Dr. Pierce's favorite recipes for cure-alls. There are also pages containing handwritten lists of the owner's accounts for May 9 to August, 1873. The booklet was sold by or given out by 'C.A. Leiter & Co., Gregory Block, Ann Arbor, Michigan Dealers in Drugs, Medicines & Chemicals'. L 1998.004.8-Book L 1998.012.04-Catalog Good Good OK Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Wineberg, Susan Shoes in Vogue Since 1910 details the changes in women's shoe styles since 1910. Sears, Roebuck and Co. Consumers Guide is a reprint of the Fall, 1900 catalogue. It shows products available from the 'cheapest Supply House on earth, our trade reaches around the World'. It has a multicolored cover with red lettering, a picture of a woman in a long blue dress, a cornucopia spilling items for sale. L 1998.012.06.1-Pamphlet Good OK Nuggets is a small pamphlet published by the Dolph Funeral Home. It contains short essays, poems and homilies. L 1998.012.06.2-Pamphlet Good OK Nuggets is a small pamphlet published by the Dolph Funeral Home. It contains short essays, poems and homilies. L 1998.012.06.3-Pamphlet Good OK Nuggets is a small pamphlet published by the Dolph Funeral Home. It contains short essays, poems and homilies. L 1998.012.06.4-Pamphlet Good OK Nuggets is a small pamphlet published by the Dolph Funeral Home. It contains short essays, poems and homilies. L 1998.015.1-Booklet, Instruction Page 67 Good OK Service Woolies is a booklet of knitting patterns for sweaters, caps, gloves, scarves, socks and assorted items MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. # 1 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. # 1 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. # 1 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. # 1 Wineberg, Susan

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for war-time. They were meant to be made for soldiers and hospitals during World War II. A special supplement, Women's Service Somforts and Hospital Comforts, provides instructions for socks, stockings, body belt, amputation covers,etc. L 1998.015.2-Booklet, Instruction Good OK Pieper, Louisa Booklet is a knitting pattern for an infant's ensemble-year old size-as a part of the American Relief for France during World War II. The pattern was used by the ladies of the Michigan League to make suits to be sent overseas for children. Mrs. H.P. Thieme was chairman of the League and Miss Pattengill was Chairman of Knitting. L 1998.018.1-Catalog Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Shackman, Grace Stewarts Corsets Catalogue #25 is a catalog of products available from the Stewarts Corset Co., Ann Arbor, MI. L 1998.018.2-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Shackman, Grace The People of Lincoln Consolidated (1924-1961) is a comprehensive history of the Lincoln Consolidated School of Ypsilanti, MI. It contains pictures, articles and student and faculty lists. L 1998.022.19-Magazine Good OK Delineator is a woman's magazine published monthly. It contains stories, the latest fashions, recipes, needlework and advertisements. L 1998.022.21-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan

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9th Annual Washtenaw County Fair Premium Book and Program contains daily schedules of the fair, fair topics and advertisements from around the county. The fair was held Aug. 28 - Sept. 1, 1928. L 1998.027-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Friends of the LIbrary The Institutes of Grammar is a school book on the principles of grammar. There is a sticker on the upper left corner inside the cover that indicates that the book was sold by Perry's Book Store, Ann Arbor. L 1998.028.24-Catalog Fair OK L.H. Field, Dry Goods is a mail-order catalog from L. H. Field, Jackson, MI. It contains good reference material of pictures and prices of what was available in the stores of the late 1800s. L 1998.028.25-Book Fair OK The Yellow and Blue Cook Book is a charity cookbook containing a collection of recipes by many people put together in 1923 by the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor, MI. It contains advertisements. L 1999.001.04-Book Good Found in MOMS moveable shelves A 150 Years of Faith: A Sesquicentennial Celebration details the history of St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, Ann Arbor, MI. L 1999.002-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A University of Michigan Student Directory contains a list of the students in attendance. In ink on the cover is ' Karl J. Fairbanks, 235 S. Division St. Phone 2520-W' and the Greek symbols Phi and Pi. L 1999.004.1-Booklet Page 68 Good OK The Indians of Washtenaw County is a booklet detailing the history of Native Americans in the Washtenaw MoMS/file drawer 2R-Booklets Wineberg, Susan Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the year 1999 Friends of the Library MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #2 MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan

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County, MI. There is a map of the Indian trails on one page. L 1999.004.2-Booklet Good OK The Governors of Michigan, 1835-1991 contains biographies of the governors of Michigan from the governor in office when Michigan became a state in 1837 through the governor elected in 1990. L 1999.005.3-Book Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Wineberg, Susan 2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. Bidlack, Russell

Bible Testament contains the Psalms in French, Huguenots' rites for baptism, appropriate prayers, a catechism, the Ten Commandments and a Confession of Faith. The signature 'A. B. McCue, Ae 18, Belvidere' is on the first page of the book of Matthew. Family history also states that a fragment of a page now lost bore Ann Allen's signature and the words 'her book'. Ann Barry McCue, b. Jan. 11, 1844, d. Sept. 30, 1863 was given the book by her grandmother Ann Barry Allen. L 1999.015.01-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Meat Recipes to Please! is a booklet of holiday recipes. It was sponsored by Home Market, 5 W. Main St., Milan MI, one of Milan's first self-serve food stores. L 1999.015.02-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan White Acres--McCoy Family Cookbook is a cookbook compiled by Berniece (Mrs. Lester) McCoy which states on the cover 'Christmas greetings to all 1989'. The cover has a black and white print of a man and woman standing beside a wagon in front of an Italianate house. The address of White Acres farm is P.O. Box 245, Saline MI 48176. L 1999.015.03-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan mdd delectables is a recipe booklet put out by Saline Graphics, 775 W. Michigan, Saline, MI. The yellow cover has cartoon line drawings of vegetables sitting on a the edge of a pan, a cupcake and a coffee cup in black L 1999.015.04-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Now or Later is a recipe booklet put out by the Ladies' Literary Club of Ypsilanti, MI. There is a pen and ink drawing of the Ladies' Literary Club house on the cover. L 1999.015.05-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Heavenly Home Cooking is a recipe booklet put out by St. Joseph Catholic Church, Ypsilanti, MI in May, 1981. It contains a collection of recipes from the parishioners of the church. The cover is bound together with two yellow strings and features line drawings of a church and an angel on the cover. L 1999.015.06-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Sugar n' Spice is a recipe booklet put out by the Ruth Circle of Ypsilanti, MI. It contains recipes for Christmas desserts. The cover has drawings of ribbons and holly and cookies of various shapes drawn in red. L 1999.015.07-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Auxiliary Home Cooking Recipes is a recipe booklet put out by the Free Will Ladies' Auxiliary of the Free Will Baptist Church in Ypsilanti, MI. There is a drawing of a church on the front cover and an advertisement for W.T. Grant on the back cover.

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Christmas Cookies is a recipe booklet of cookies made by Alloa Caviness Anderson over the years. Recipes from America, England, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Holland and Norway are included. Ms. Anderson's address was 1120 Lincoln, Ann Arbor, MI at the time of publication. There is a drawing of a church scene and a Christmas tree on the cover. L 1999.015.09-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Aunt Sally's Favorite Recipes is a recipe booklet compiled by the Ann Arbor Dairy. The cover features a glossy photograph of a table set with a lace tablecloth, a tray of canapes, a bowl of soup, poultry on a platter and silverware. A black and yellow banner, which contains the title and a picture of a door, is printed diagonally across the cover. L 1999.015.10-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Washtenaw Gas Co. Home Service Department is a recipe booklet put out by the Washtenaw Gas Co. The recipes appear to have been printed separately and collected into this booklet. There is a receipt for $10 made out to Ella Hall and dated 7-7-41 inside the booklet. L 1999.015.11-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Festive Food for the Holidays is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. There is a green fir tree branch with red trim on the cover. L 1999.015.12-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Merry Eating is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. Block letters on the cover are filled with greenery and other drawings. L 1999.015.13-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Christmas Cargo is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a picture of a popcorn sleigh driven and pulled by popcorn snowmen. L 1999.015.14-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Christmas Greetings 1954 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michigan Consolidate Gas Co. Home Service Department and handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has drawings of green bells, red ribbons and orange, red and green ornaments. L 1999.015.15-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan 1955 Christmas Greetings is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co.Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. There is a photo of a modern stick tree with wooden animal and Santa ornaments on the cover. There is a signature, 'Ella E. Hall' on the upper right corner of the cover. L 1999.015.16-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Christmas Greetings 1956 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co.Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a black line border enclosing a pink inside background with a Page 70

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Victorian outdoor scene of people walking in the snow. L 1999.015.20-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Merry Christmas 1964 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover is decorated with drawings of blue and white bells. L 1999.015.21-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan 1966 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover is illustrated with the song sheet of the 12 Days of Christmas in reds and greens. L 1999.015.22-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan These Are a Few of our Favorite Things is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The title words are repeated to form the shape of a tree on the cover. The tree shape is further enhanced with green diamonds interspersed between the words. L 1999.015.17-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Christmas 1960 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a red ribbon and bow drawn across corners to make it look like a wrapped package. L 1999.015.18-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Christmas 1962 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a picture of a 3-tier hanging basket filled with food. L 1999.015.19-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Merry Christmas 1963 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a green pine boughs with brown pine cones and a red lantern nestled in the branches. L 1999.015.23-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan 1967 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The front cover has a drawing of an angel stirring a bowl on a yellow table standing on a cloud. She is wearing a red and black scarf and her hair and wings are yellow. There is an orange sun in the upper right corner. The back cover has a drawing of a flying angel. L 1999.015.24-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Holiday Feastings 1971 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover is decorated a large white snowflake.

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Holidaty Recipes 1972 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover has a drawing of Santa in a chef's hat mixing punch. The words 'Peace', 'Joy', 'Good Friends', 'Best Wishes' and 'Health' are printed on the bottles and bowls in red or green. L 1999.015.26-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan Have a Homemade Holiday 1974 is a recipe booklet of Christmas recipes. It was put out by Michgan Consolidated Gas Co. Home Service Department and was handed out by the Washtenaw County division as advertising promoting the use of natural gas. The cover is a crazy quilt of red, greens and white patches with various holiday themes such as ornaments, wreaths, bells, candle, snowman, Christmas trees, holly and snowflakes. L 1999.018.06-Magazine Good OK Pegasus is a literary magazine published by the students of University High School, Ann Arbor, MI. It contains stories and poems by the students. The cover pictures a winged horse within a circle in black. L 1999.018.07-Magazine Good OK Pegasus is a literary magazine published by the students of University High School, Ann Arbor, MI. It contains stories and poems by the students. The cover has a drawing of a winged horse in pink. L 1999.018.08-Magazine Good OK Pegasus is a literary magazine published by the students of University High School, Ann Arbor, MI. It contains stories and poems by the students. There is a drawing of a winged horse in black on the cover. L 1999.018.09-Magazine Good OK Pegasus is a literary magazine published by the students of University High School, Ann Arbor, MI. It contains stories and poems by the students. There is a drawing of a winged horse in tan on the cover. L 1999.019.2-Book Fair Shelf Historic Michigan: Land of the Great Lakes, Vol. 3, Washtenaw County is one in a series of books published about the history of Michigan. Vol. 3 contains biographies of many local people and facts about the county. It is dedicated to the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society in commemoration of its 50th anniversary, c1926. An inscription reads 'Property of Cora D. Yates from Marie & Charles Graham Aug. 1956' L 1999.024-Book L 2002.005.2-Booklet Good Good Shelf OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Burton, Martha Grube, Karl Old Ypsilanti Town is the history of Ypsilanti, MI depicted by photographs from the Sam Sturgis collection. A Panorama of Masonic History commemorates the Sesquicentennial of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Michigan 1826-1976 and was printed for the US Bicentennial. It "traces our early heritage as Freemasons and the history of teh development of the Craft from its beginnings in the Michigan territorial wilderness through the years to our present Grand Lodge activities." It uses pictures and cuts from "Masonic World" newspapers to tell the story. L 2002.031-Book Good OK The Michigan Hand-book is for the school year 1911-1912. It was issued as a 'guide to the social, athletic, literary and religious phases of the life at the University of Michigan'. It contains lists of officers, regents and standing committees. There is a brief history of the University, words to some school songs, a calendar for the Page 72 MOMS moveable shelves/Red Freeman, Tom archval box #1 MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Wineberg, Susan ephemera MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Wineberg, Susan ephemera MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Wineberg, Susan ephemera MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Wineberg, Susan ephemera MOMS moveable shelves A Wonnacott, Norma

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school year, varsity records, churches, rules and a list of important dates for the year. There are daily memo pages dated from Sept. 24-June 29, a page for a cut record, pages to fill in recitation schedule. There is a fold out map of the university attached to the inside back cover. There are many advertisements from local businesses included. L 2003.001.02.1-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey is a comprehensive summary of the University in 4 volumes. Volume I contains Part I History and Administration and Part II Organizations, Services, Alumni. L 2003.001.02.2-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey is a comprehensive summary of the University in 4 volumes. Volume II contains Part III College of Literature, Science and the Arts-I, Part IV College of Literature, Science and the Arts-II and Part V Medical School, University Hospital, Law School. L 2003.001.02.3-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey is a comprehensive summary of the University in 4 volumes. Volume III contains Part VI Graduate School, Schools of Business Administration, Education, Forestry & Conservation, Music and Part VII College of Engineering, College of Architecture and Design, College of Pharmacy, School of Dentistry. L 2003.001.02.4-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey is a comprehensive summary of the University in 4 volumes. Volume IV contains Part VIII Libraries, University Publications, Museums, University Buildings, Part IX Student Life and Organizations, Athletics and an Index of all 4 volumes. L 2003.002-Yearbook L 2003.006.08-Booklet Fair Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves A MoMS/file drawer 3R Advertising env. #4 Michiganensian is the annual yearbook of the University of Michigan. This edition was published in 1911. Wineberg, Susan 60 Ways to Serve Ham is a small paper booklet with recipes for ham dishes published by Armour and Company. Stamped on the back cover are the words 'Vogel Bros. Market Fresh & Smoked Meats, Fish & Poultry Phone 6656 339 So. Main St. Ann Arbor, Michigan'. L 2003.006.10-Booklet Good OK De Laval Handy Reference Year Book contains an almanac of weather predictions and farm, dairy and household information. There is a picture of a soldier saluting a family (older man, young woman, boy and girl) standing in front of a doorway. There are cows being milked by a DeLaval Separator in the background and a picture of a separator in the foreground. The words 'Home again' are also on the cover. The booklet has an attached sticker reading 'R.L. Savery The Best Farm Equipment Ann Arbor, Mich. Phone 4616' attached near the bottom above the printed words 'Your autorized Local DeLaval Dealer'. L EW75.39-Booklet Good OK John Allen and the Founding of Ann Arbor is a booklet describing the founding of the village of Ann Arbor, MI by John Allen and Allen Rumsey in 1824. It is based on a talk given by the author. L EW75.22-Booklet Fair OK Gabriel Richard-Didactor of Ennoeica is a booklet about the life of Father Gabriel Richard, a Catholic priest, who was the first Vice President of the University of Michigan. He arrived in Detroit in 1798 to teach Page 73 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003

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catechism to the Catholic Frend, founded a parochial school in 1804 and a school for girls in 1806. Ennoeica or intellectual studies included psychology and religion. L EW75.51-Booklet Good OK The Vander Velde Years is a booklet about Lewis Vander Velde, professor of History at the University of Michigan. He was named director of the Bureau of University Archives in 1937. He collected correspondence of past regents and professors as well as material on the history of education in Michigan. The collection Bureau was renamed Michgan Historical Collections. L EW75.52-Booklet Good OK Michigan Historical Collections is a booklet on the history of the Collections. It began as the Bureau of University Archives in 1937 as a custodian of University records. It included correspondence of past regents and professors as well as information on the history of education in Michigan. It was located in the Horace H. Rackham Building, U. of M. Ann Arbor, MI. Eventually it collected source materials on Michgan generally. L EW75.30-Booklet Good OK Detroit, Fort Lernoult and the American Revolution is a booklet about Detroit's role in the American Revolution. L EW75.25-Booklet Good OK President as Poet is a booklet about the life of Henry Philip Tappan who was president of the University of Michgan from 1852 to June 1863. L 2003.008.1-Newspaper Good OK The Optimist is a Bi-Weekly newspaper published and printed by the students of Ann Arbor High School. It contains articles of interest about students and faculty--past and present. L 2003.008.2-Newspaper Good OK The Optimist is a Bi-Weekly newspaper published and printed by the students of Ann Arbor High School. It contains articles of interest about students and faculty--past and present. L 2003.008.3-Yearbook Fair OK The Exodus is a yearbook for the 9A Class of 1938. It contains list of students, 'most' lists, activities lists, 'favorites' list, remembrances and other items found in such books. There are pages in the back for autographs of fellow students and teachers. The cover has the words "Slauson Jr. High School 1938' and a picture of a sail boat with 'EXODUS' on the sail. It is signed 'Evelyn Roehm' on the cover. L 2003.008.4-Yearbook Fair OK The Exodus is a yearbook for the 9A Class of 1939. It contains list of students, 'most' lists, activities lists, 'favorites' list, remembrances and other items found in such books. There are pages in the back for autographs of fellow students and teachers. The gray cover has a stenciled drawing of a knight on horseback with a flag. 'EXODUS' is written in the flag. The signature 'Evelyn Roehm' is at the bottom. L 2003.008.5-Yearbook Fair OK The Exodus is a yearbook for the 9A Class of 1939. It contains list of students, 'most' lists, activities lists, 'favorites' list, remembrances and other items found in such books. There are pages in the back for autographs of fellow students and teachers. The cover has a red design and red letters 'EXODUS'. 'Evelyn Roehm 223' is in pencil. Page 74 MoMS/file drawer 2R Mich. Hist. Coll. file

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The Exodus is a yearbook for the 9A Class of 1940. It contains list of students, 'most' lists, activities lists, 'favorites' list, remembrances and other items found in such books. There are pages in the back for autographs of fellow students and teachers. The cover has a stencil of an animal head (dog or wolf) and 'EXODUS "40"' in blue. L 2003.008.7-Yearbook Fair OK The Exodus is a yearbook for the 9A Class of 1940. It contains list of students, 'most' lists, activities lists, 'favorites' list, remembrances and other items found in such books. There are pages in the back for autographs of fellow students and teachers. The cover has a drawing of two greaduates heading down a path toward a sun. There is a cross by the path with the word 'RIGHT' on the left arm, 'WRONG' on the right arm, and 'LIFES ROADS' down the upright. 'EXODUS' is printed down the left side. There are many autographs on the back cover in addition to the ones inside. L 2003.008.8-Book Good OK Foods and Nutrition is a school book belonging to Evelyn Roehm. It was used in a Home Economics class in junior high school or high school in Ann Arbor, MI. The lower one-third of the cover is tan with the author's name in green. The upper two-thirds is brown with the title in tan. There is a drawing of a bowl of fruit and vegetables in the middle. L 1997.007.2-Book Fair Shelf

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The Heritage of Dress is a book on the history of costumes--clothing styles over the years. The book is inscribed 'L. adler Ross & Co., Rochester, NY' inside. It was used by Albert Fiegel. L 1997.007.3-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Sager, David and Douglas Why We Do It is a book detailing various customs that determine styles of such things as ties, coats, hat bands etc. and why they are worn. 'Bernard Joseph Appel, 1932' is written on the fly leaf. The book was used by Albert Fiegel. L 1997.007.4-Booklet Good OK Clothing and the Man is a reprint from the National Retail Clothier and was originally titled "Pictorial Review and Outline of Development and Evolution of Men's Clothing". It is a short history of men's clothing. There are two copies. Copy a. is signed 'Albert Fiegel' in two places. L 1997.008.2-Book Fair Shelf Young Ladies Reader is a book of short stories. 'Charles Erastus Mozart Bailey, Ann Arbor, Mich' is written in pencil on the flyleaf. The book was found in the Anna Clinton house. L 1997.015.1-Booklet Good OK Holiday Guide 1981 is an advertising booklet for Hertler Brothers done in an old fashioned catalogue style. It offers items for Christmas gifts. L 1997.019-Book L 1996.004-Book Good Good OK Shelf Lingerie in Vogue Since 1910 is a history of lingerie styles and their changes since 1910. MOMS moveable shelves A Walters, Pauline The Making of The University of Michigan is a comprehensive history of the University. It was first written in 1967 for the 150th anniversary of the University. In this edition, printed for the 175th anniversary, the history has been updated through the 1980s by Margaret and Nicholas Steneck. Page 75 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box # 2 MOMS moveable shelves A Adams, Kerry MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 MOMS moveable shelves A Sager, David and Douglas

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Student Lamps of the Victorian Era is a history of the types of lamps used during the Victorian era with many pictures to be used as a reference book. L 1996.010.2-Book Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves A Calhoun, Betsy Oil Lamps: The Kerosene Era in North America contains the history and description of the types of kerosene oil lamps used before electricity. It is a reference book for the library. L 1996.010.3-Catalog, Trade Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Calhoun, Betsy Sears, Roebuck & Co. 1909 Catalogue is a reprint of the catalog printed in 1909. The original catalog featured all of the items available for mail-order from Sears, Roebuck &. Co. The reprint allows the reader to review pictures and prices of items available in 1909. L 1995.011.2-Yearbook Fair OK 1923 Omega is the student yearbook of Ann Arbor High School. It contains faculty lists, student lists, clubs and other information about the class of 1923. It is inscribed 'Bessie Parker Ann Arbor Michigan L 1995.011.3-Booklet Good Shelf MOMS moveable Griffin, Ernie shelves/folded blue document case #1 MOMS moveable shelves A Griffin, Ernie

Letters Home: Story of Ann Arbor's Forty-Niners is a history of the some of the men from Ann Arbor, MI who went west seeking gold in 1849. It is based on letters that the men sent home describing their trip west and their search for gold. L 1995.012.3-Yearbook Poor OK 1891 Omega is the student yearbook of Ann Arbor High School published by the senior class. It contains names and pictures of faculty and students and activities of the class of 1891. Levi Wines is pictured as one of the faculty. There are many good local advertisements in the book. L 1994.003.01-Book Fair OK Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Court of Common Pleas and other courts, Vol. I includes cases from Easter Term 36 George III 1796 to Trinity Term 39 George III 1799. The book bears the signature 'John Allen No. 7' on the inside cover. The spine reads 'Bosanquet & Pullen's Reports. L 1994.003.02-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Court of Common Pleas and other courts, Vol. II includes cases from Michaelmas Term 40 George III 1799 to Michaelmas Term 42 George III 1801. The book bears the signature 'James Kingsley' on the inside cover and 'John Allen No. 8' on the title page and the table of contents. The spine reads 'Bosanquet & Pullen's Reports. L 1994.003.03-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, New Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Court of Common Pleas and other courts, Vol. I includes cases from Easter Term 44 George III 1804 to Trinity Term 45 George III 1805. The book bears the signature 'John Allen No. 10' on the title page and the judges list. Other signatures were apparently cut out from the flyleaf. The spine reads 'Bosanquet & Pullen's Reports. L 1994.003.04-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, New Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Court of Common Pleas and other courts, Vol. I includes cases from Michaelmas Term 46 George III 1805 to Michaelmas Term 47 George III 1807. The book bears the signature 'John Allen No. 11' on the title page and the table of contents. The signature 'Jas. Kingsley' is on Page 76 MOMS moveable Wutke, Eve shelves/folded blue document case #1 MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library,

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the inside cover. The spine reads 'Bosanquet & Pullen's Reports. L 1994.003.06-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March 1789 to the 4th of March 1815 arranged and published under the authority of an Act of Congress in five volumes. Vol. I has the signature 'John Allen No. 1' on the inside of the front cover, signatures of 'John Griffin' and 'John Allen 'No. 69' on the title page and the signature 'John Allen No. 69' on the introduction page. The volumes include the Constitutuion, old Articles of Confederation, treaties and other ordinances and documents 'with copious notes and references'. The spine reads Laws of United States in gold on red. L 1994.003.07-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March 1789 to the 4th of March 1815 arranged and published under the authority of an Act of Congress in five volumes. Vol. II has the signature 'John Allen No. 2' on the inside of the front cover, signatures of 'John Griffin' and 'John Allen No. 70' on the title page and the signature 'John Allen No. 70' on the Acts of First Congress page. The volumes include the Constitutuion, old Articles of Confederation, treaties and other ordinances and documents 'with copious notes and references'. The spine reads Laws of United States in gold on red. L 1994.003.08-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March 1789 to the 4th of March 1815 arranged and published under the authority of an Act of Congress in five volumes. Vol. III has the signature 'John Allen' on the inside of the front cover, signatures 'John Griffin' and 'John Allen No. 71' on the title page and the signature 'John Allen No. 70' on the Acts of First Congress page. The volumes include the Constitutuion, old Articles of Confederation, treaties and other ordinances and documents 'with copious notes and references'. The spine reads Laws of United States in gold on red. L 1994.003.09-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Laws of the United States of America from the 4th of March 1789 to the 4th of March 1815 arranged and published under the authority of an Act of Congress in five volumes. Vol. IV has the signature 'John Allen 'No. 5' on the inside of the front cover, signature 'John Allen No. 73' on the title page and the next page. The volumes include the Constitutuion, old Articles of Confederation, treaties and other ordinances and documents 'with copious notes and references'. The spine reads Laws of United States in gold on red. L 1994.003.12-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol. I includes cases for the January Term 1828. The signature 'John Allen No. 15' is on the title page and the preface. The spine reads Peters' Reports in gold on red. L 1994.003.13-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States. Vol. IV includes cases for the January Term 1830. The signature 'James Kingsley' is on the inside cover. The signature 'John Allen No. 18' is on the title page and case list. The spine reads Peters' Reports in gold on red. L 1994.003.10-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Condensed Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the United States contains the whole series from its organization to the commencement of Peters' Reports of January Term 1827. Vol. I contains cases from April Term 1791 to February Term 1806 inclusive. The signature 'James Kingsley' is on the inside front cover,. The Page 77

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signature 'John Allen 'No. 12' is on the title page and the dedication page. The spine reads 'Condensed Reports Supreme Court Vol. I' in gold on red and 'April 1791 to February 1806' in gold on black. L 1994.003.11-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Condensed Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the United States contains the whole series from its organization to the commencement of Peters' Reports of January Term 1827. Vol. III contains cases from February Term 1814 to February Term 1816 inclusive. The signature 'James Kingsley' is on the inside front cover,. The signature 'John Allen No. 14' is on the title page and on a page before Condensed English Chancery Reports. The spine reads 'Condensed Reports Supreme Court Vol. III' in gold on red and 'February 1814 to February 1816' in gold on black. L 1994.003.05-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley Historical Library, Index to the Modern Reports of the Courst of Common Law in England and the United States was printed in a series of 3 volumes. Vol. I contains a listing of cases A-D. The signature 'John Allen No. 19' is on the title page and the next page. The spine reads 'Baylies' Digested Index' in gold on red and 'Vol. I. A-D' in gold on black. L 1994.006.4-Booklet Welcome to Argus is an employee handbook from the Argus Camera Company. L 1994.006.5-Booklet, Instruction Filter Magic with Argus Cameras L 1994.006.6-Booklet My Share in Argus details stock options for Argus. L 1994.007.1-Book Poor Shelf Good OK Good OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves A Foster, Calvin

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Dr. Chase's Recipes is the 1867 edition of his recipes for food, medicine, household remedies and solutions and general information. L 2003.012.2-Newspaper Good OK The Optimist is a student newspaper edited and published by the students of Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor, MI. This edition, December 15, 1961 containsa review of the Music Department's presentation of "Amahl and the Night Visitors." School news and articles, sports reports and local business advertisements are included. All printing is in green ink. L 2003.016-Book Excellent Shelf History of the First United Methodist Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan from its founding on July 29, 1827. Each chapter is an individual essay signed by the author who has researched the topic of that chapter. The book is illustrated and the inside front and back covers contain line drawings of the three buildings that have housed the church. L 2003.017-Book Good OK The Michigan Hand-book 1919-1920 is a small book published by the Students' Christian Association of the University of Michigan. It was issued as a 'token of warm welcome' and as a 'guide to some of the innumerable activities and opportunities' of the university. It contains a university calendar, notes about the university, Page 78 MOMS moveable shelves/Red Mackler, Greta archval box #1 MoMS/file drawer/TL/Ann Arbor High School Jan Enns

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traditions, organizations, athletics and semester schedules. There are blank pages for notes and charts for writing in class schedules. The book also contains many local advertisements. There is a fold-out map of Ann Arbor showing university buildings, local churches and other places of interest to students. L 2003.020.13-Booklet Good OK MoMS/file drawer Wineberg, Susan The University of Michigan: A Record in Pictures is a collection of black and white photographs of the university campus buildings and scenes of campus life. It was printed March 11, 1936 and was the 17th general bulletin put out by the Bureaau of Alumni Relations, Wilfred B. Shaw, Director. The cover features a line drawing of the Law Quad. L 2000.001.1.03-Book Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves A 'Pat's Pick' School Song Knapsack is a book used by rural school children probably in the 1920s. The cover and some pages are missing--it starts with page 13. L 2000.001.1.30-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Michigan County Histories: A Bibliography is a publication of the Michigan Department of Education listing books and articles containing history of Michigan counties. L 2000.001.1.31-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A The Mayors of Ypsilanti 1858-1976 contains portraits of each mayor and date of office. It was compiled as a bicentennial project by the Ypsilanti Historic Archives and Historical Society. L 2000.001.1.32-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A History of Salem Township, Washtenaw County, Mich. was compiled as a bicentennial project by the Salem Area Historical Society. L 2000.001.1.33-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Western Washtenaw Bicentennial Celebration is a publication about the Dexter area, Chelsea and Manchester. They are small towns located in western Washtenaw county, Michigan. L 2000.001.1.34-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Manchester's First Hundred Years 1867-1967 is the history of Manchester, MI, a small town in western Washtenaw county. L 29-001-Book Good On Loan Bentley History of Washtenaw County, 1881 provides a detailed history of the settlement, businesses or farms and people of the county by township. There are pictures of some of the prominent people of the area. L 29-003-Book Atlas of Washtenaw County, 1874 contains maps of each township showing ownership of propery, location of schools, churches, cemeteries and other information. There are also plat maps of the towns that existed at the time. Line drawings of some homes and farms are included with each township. Many advertisements for businesses are also included. L 29-100-Book On Loan Bentley Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Johnson Atlas of Washtenaw County, 1874 contains maps of each township showing ownership of propery, location of schools, churches, cemeteries and other information. There are also plat maps of the towns that existed at the time. Line drawings of some homes and farms are included with each township. Many advertisements for Page 79 Frederick Taylor Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in year 2000 Ethelyn Rius

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businesses are also included. L 29-116-Newspaper Two newspapers from the 1800s printed in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Emigrant, 1832: Nov. 7, v.3, no.51, 4 pgs. Ypsilanti Herald, 1859: July 2, v. 1, no. 39, 4 pgs. L 29-118-Magazine Missing Dr. C.G. Ruthven Michigan History is a magazine published by the state of Michigan. Three copies were donated. One duplicate copy was given away 9/10/1942. L 29-119-Pamphlet On Loan Bentley Michigan Historical Society The pamphlet details the archaeological collection in the Michigan pioneer museum, 1928. Reprint, bound with 'Some Unusual Relics in the Michgan Pioneer museum and Early Lamps in the State Pioneer Museum, 75 pgs. L 29-126-Magazine The Graphic, April 4, 1891 L 29-133-Magazine Michigan History is a history magazine published by the State of Michigan L 29-134-Book L 29-135-Book Fair Fair On Loan OK Bentley MOMS moveable shelves A C. Burnette C. Burnette Missing Dr. A.G. Ruthven On Loan Bentley N.A. Wood On Loan Bentley M.N. Satterthwaite

Church Psalmist is a book of psalms and hymns for the public, social and private use of Evangelical Christians. Inscription "Q, W. Pomeroy bought book at the Taylor Book Store in Adrian Michigan on May 22, 1851." L 29-136-Book Excellent On Loan Bentley C. Burnette The Holy Bible containg the old and new testaments translated out of the original tongues and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Inscribed "Stamped Clarissa Burnett, bought new, Dec. 3, 1810" (her birthday) L 29-137-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A C. Burnette Dramatic Works of Shakespeare is a collection of the plays by William Shakespeare. There is a biography of the poet by Charles Symons. Inscribed "Jerusha A. Doane, from Lima, Mich., July 1859", "Annie L. Williams", "From M.D. Ring" L 29-138-Book L 29-139-Book L 30-020-Book Not Rated Fair Good On Loan OK On Loan Bentley MOMS moveable shelves A Bentley C. Burnette C. Burnette Geneva Smithe

Carmina Sacra, Boston Collection of Church Music has 'R. Olmsted, Dexter' in pencil on the inside cover. Webster's Dictionary, 1858 is an alphabetical listing of terms and their definitions, revised and enlarged by Chauncey A. Goodrich.

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Webster's Dictionary, 1880 is an alphabetical listing of terms and their definitions, thoroughly revised, and greatly enlarged and imporved by Chauncey A. goodrich and Noah Porter', very large L 30-024-Book Poor On Loan Bentley Mrs. Henry Brown Cook book--incomplete. Originally property of Mrs. Grinnell of Syracuse, presented to aunt of donor about 1870. L 30-026-Book Poor On Loan Bentley Mrs. Nancy Babbitt Church History of Washtenaw County is a comprehensive history of the county including settlement, farming and biographies of many important citizens. L 30-027-Yearbook L 30-028-Book, Address L 30-031-Booklet History of Oack Grove School is the history of a school in York Township, Washtenaw County, MI. L 30-033-Directory, Telephone on 3/44 Bentley deposit list and Ziegler card--indicates Washtenaw County L 30-034-Directory, Telephone on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--indicates one of three copies L 30-054-Book Inscribed "Gift of Mrs. C.R. Williams" L 30-055-Booklet 100 Years of the First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1926 L 30-056-Newspaper Law for the People, January 1876, Ypsilanti, C.M. Woodruff, Editor and Publisher L 30-061-Book Designed to illustrate the geography of the heavens L 30-066-Book Excellent On Loan Bentley Martha Taylor Music is a book of 30 pieces of sheet music bound together, "Martha Hill" engraved on front, copyrights from 1840s, with manuscript text L 30-067-Book Poor On Loan Bentley Martha Taylor The holy Bible contianing the old and new testaments...with Canne's marginal notes and refereces, together with the Apocrypha... Inscribed "Olive D. Hill" L 31-001-Booklet Fair OK History of Earliest Ann Arbor is a short booklet detailing the early history of Ann Arbor. It contains illustrations from early Ann Arbor and advertisements of businesses from around 1919. There is a foreward by H.B. Hutchins, President of the University of Michigan dated July 26, 1919. An inscription on the front cover Page 81 MOMS moveable Norman A. Wood shelves/folded blue document case #6 On Loan Bentley Miss Carrie Watts On Loan Bentley Mrs. Anna Parshall On Loan Bentley Lucy Chapin Excellent On Loan Bentley Mrs. C.R. Williams On Loan Bentley Lucy Chapin On Loan Bentley Lucy Chapin Poor Poor On Loan On Loan Missing Bentley Bentley Mrs. Nancy Babbitt Church Mrs. Nancy Babbitt Church F. M. Miller Aurora is the annual yearbook of the Michigan State Normal College. This edition is from 1895

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in pencil reads 'From the author to Mr. Wood.' on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-keep indicates another copy L 31-003-Booklet Missing Detroit Public Library Eight leaflets published by the Burton Historical Collection. Vol. III, nos. 1-5, 1929 and Vol. IX, nos. 1-3, 1930 L 31-004-Magazine Ann Arbor Headlight, 1895 (2 copies) The Graphic, Vol. !V, no. 14, 1891 L 31-006-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. Kush Historical Souvenir, Ypsilanti, Michigan is a pamphlet about the city of Ypsilanti, MI, includes photos and a street map, printed by Scharf TAg, Label & Box Co. L 31-009-Booklet On Loan Bentley Detroit Public Library 35 Leaflets put out by the Burton Historical Collection, incomplete in years 1922-1931, see also 31-3 Ziegler card 1922-23, nos. 2, 3,5,7,8,10 1923-24, nos. 1-3 1924-25, nos. 1,4 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28, nos. 1-4 1930-31, nos. 2-5 1931, no.1 ?1939 L 31-010-Magazine Michigan History--seven magazines published in 1930 L 31-012-Newspaper Newspaper from Ann Arbor dated 1857 and newspaper from Detroit dated 1858 Per Ziegeler card Ann Arbor newspaper, 1859, Mar. 22, v. 2, no.36, single sheet Detroit Weekly Advertiser, 1857, Nov. 10, v. 29, no. 11, 4 pgs. Nov. 17, v. 29, no. 12, 4 pgs. L 31-013-Book Poor On Loan Bentley Mrs. A.R. Welsh The Leaders and Scenes of the Civil War is an Illustrated book of famous leaders and battle scenes of the Civil War, is incomplete L 31-014-Newspaper On Loan Bentley Mrs. A.R. Welsh Per Ziegler card Ulster County Gazette (Kingston, N. Y.), July 4, 1800, v. 2, no. 88, 4 pgs.--replica identified as either 1, 2, or 3 of Italic Titley Types (I) probably 1--see Vail's "The Ulster County Gazette", 1931, p.20. Berrien County Freeman was published March 5, 1861 as a one sided-sheet extra containing Lincoln's Inaugural Address-Ziegler card Page 82 On Loan Bentley Waldo Luick Missing Dr. A. G. Ruthven On Loan Bentley Lucy Chapin

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Collection of 10 newspapers from Detroit, Mi published between 1898 anc 1927. Per Ziegler card Detroit Evening Time, June 13, 1927, pgs. 3-4 and 9-10, contain Lindbergh's reception Detroit Free Press, Sept. 7, 1901, v. 66, no. 348, 8 pgs. Detroit Free Press, Apr. 26, 1898, v. 63, no. 214, 10 pgs., contians "U.S. declares war" Detroit Free Press, June 19, 1927, Gravure supplement, 8 pgs. Detroit Journal,1901 Sept. 7, 16 pgs. Sept. 14, pgs. 1-2, 7-8 mutilated Sept. 18, pgs. 1-2, 9-10 Sept. 19, pg. 3-8 L 31-019.1-Book On Loan Bentley Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

American State Universities is about their origin and progress, a history of congressional university land-grants, an account of the rise and development of the U. of M. and hints toward the future of the American universtiy system. L 31-073-Book L 31-085-Book Dramatic French Reader, inscribed "Richmond", in French L 32-008-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Lucy Chapin Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book offers recipes for food, cleaning, medicines and other guides for running a household. Inscription "Fanny Chapin, Aug. 1856". L 32-009-Book L 32-010-Book The Good Housekeeper offers tips for running a household, inscribed "Chapin" L 32-012-Book L 32-018-Book L 32-028-Magazine Fair On Loan Missing OK Bentley Howell Taylor University of Michigan Library MOMS moveable G. M. Ehlers shelves/folded blue document case #1 Bentley Bentley American Historical Society Geneva Smithe Fair Fair OK Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves Lucy Chapin Lucy Chapin The American Lady's Cookery Book is a book of recipes that belonged to C.A. Chapin. Not Rated On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Mrs. Anna Parshall Mary Richmond Pressly

Archaic Monetary Terms of the U.S. is a reprint of an article from 'The Smithsonian Misc. Collections' Vol. 50. L 33-002-Pamphlet L 33-004-Book Glimpses of places and people and things, Ypsilanti, 1887 Page 83 On Loan On Loan

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Bible with Old English type, some marginal notes, rebound, date on binding is 1616 Collection of five Michigan almanacs from the time period 1869-72, 1875, 1877 1869 issue inscribed "C.A. Chapin" L 33-025-Newspaper L 33-033-Book Good Missing OK MOMS moveable shelves A Gertrude Breed Lucy Chapin

History of St. Andrew's Church details the history of St. Andrew's Episcopal church in Ann Arbor. An inscription inside reads 'St. Andrew's Church was organized in parlor of Mrs. Hanna Gibbs Clark, great grandmother of Lucy E. Chapin who presents this history to the W.H.S'. L 34-002-Book L 34-006-Booklet Good Missing OK MoMS/file drawer 3 R/ adv. env. #4 Geneva Smithe Museums Library

The Markham Pottery Book is a booklet of extracts from an illustrated article originally published in November 1905 issue of Sketch Book. Markham Pottery was on S. Seventh St., Ann Arbor. It contains the story of Markham pottery and has illustrations of some along with a price list. L 34-033-Book Inscription "Washtenaw Historical Society" L 34-035-Book On Loan Excellent On Loan

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Carson is listed as Chairman of Virginia Comm. on Conservation & Dev., Richmond, VA. Inscribed "Geneva Smythe" L 34-044-Book A novel, adver. in rear L 34-046-Book Modern Mathematics is for the eighth school year L 34-047-Book Devotional text L 34-048-Book by author of "Pique", inscribed "___ ? 1864" L 34-052c-Book Friendship's Offering is a literary album. Inscribed "Mary Smith, Batavia" On front "Mary L. Van Cleve" L 34-053-Book On Loan Bentley B. Frank Ohlinger On Loan Bentley B. Frank Ohlinger Poor On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Excellent On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Not Rated On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Not Rated On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

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The Atlantic Souvenir contains many illustrations, inscribed "Mary S. Hinckley, from Aunt ?" The Atlantic Souvenir contains many illustrations L 34-056-Book Not Rated On Loan The Amaranth or token of remembrance, a Christmas and New Year's gift for 1849....Worcester, 1849. Inscribed "Mrs. A.S. Loomis, Ypsilanti, MIch." L 35-023b-Booklet Wings of a Century is a production brochure with synopsis of scenes. L 35-030-Directory, Telephone on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--indicates Washtenaw County L 35-031-Book 20 photographic plates of the University of Michigan L 36-003-Booklet L 36-021-Book A brief history of Cass county L 37-002-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Josephine Pattison Combination Protest Episcopal Hymnal and Book of Common Prayer. The two small books are bound in two sections to form a small black leather purse with handle and clasp. There is a pocket for collection money also. On fly leaf page of prayer book 'Nellie Reger, 3604 Powelton, Church of our Savior 38th __' and rubber stamped 'A. P. Reger'. L 37-006-Magazine 26 Michigan History magazines from 1931-1936. L 37-008-Book On Loan Bentley N.A. Wood Two books on 3/44 Bentley deposit list First Lessons in Geography, Monteith, James, Barnes & Burr, N.Y., 1865, illus, color maps, 68 pgs., detached boards, inscription "Coin rubbings-various" A Primary Arithmetic, Olney, Edward, 1880 L 37-014.2-Book Fair OK New Testament is a small pocket bible with the inscription 'Presented to E. W. Belton by the Ladies of Manchester, Mich. April 27, 1861 Went through the battle.' This type of pocket bible was presented to young soldiers to carry with them during the Civil War. It was translated out of the original Greek. L 37-018-Yearbook On Loan Aurora is the annual yearbook of Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, MI. There are two in this collection--the 1914 and the 1915 editions. MOMS moveable shelves/red Sara Whedon estate archival box Missing Michigan Historical Society On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Lucy Chapin Maw R. Schoetzow A short historical sketch of the activity of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Michigan from 1833 to 1863. On Loan Bentley Wm. H. Buettner On Loan Bentley Wm. H. Buettner On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

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Aurora is the yearbook of Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, MI. The 1893 edition was the first one published. L 38-023-Directory, Telephone L 38-094-Book Inscribed "Mrs. L. Jay Carrel, Otis, Ind., Sept. 8, 1876" L 2004.007.5-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Hendrix, Dan Beyond the Town is a collection of pen and ink drawings of Bird Hills Park overlooking the Huron River valley. Each drawing has an accompanying poetic quotation. L 2004.006.3-Book, Instruction Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn The Palmer Method of Business Writing is an instructional book teaching proper position of body, arm and paper for writing, proper movement of pen and drills to practice. It contains many illustrations. L 38-145-Book Inscribed "Principal Peterson with Publishers Compliment Montreal Oct. 1895" L 38-146-Newspaper Peninsular Courier, 1875: July 2, v. 14, no.27, whole no. 732, 4 p. L 38-150-Book L 38-163-Directory, Telephone on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--indicates Washtenaw County L 38-164-Book L 38-165-Book Inscribed "G.F. Allmendinger L 38-166-Book L 38-167-Book Excellent Missing On Loan Bentley Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger OK On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Bentley Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Fair On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach Wm. H. Buettner On Loan Bentley Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach Excellent On Loan Bentley Geneva Smiteh Fair On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley W.H. Buettner Byron Finney estate

Inscribed "Burdick Potter, father of Mrs. G.F. Allmendinger", clippings in back "Counties honor 'will Carleton, 1921, Adrian" L 38-168-Book Owned by G. Frank Allmendinger L 39-001-Book Bookplate "Chesterfield Grange Library" L 39-002-Book Fair On Loan Bentley Norman A. Wood Inscribed "Presented to Master Normie Wood....", bookplate "Norman A. Wood" Page 86 Fair On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Excellent On Loan Bentley Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger

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Mammals of Washtenaw County, Michigan is occasional paper no. 123 of the Museum of Zoology, Univ. of Michigan, published July 10, 1922. L 39-004-Pamphlet Missing Bentley Ypsilanti Ladies Library Association Ann Arbor Daily News

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Buffalo Morning Express 1881 and New York Herald 1865, framed on 7/30/42 Bentley deposit list Newspaper, 1 p., mounted, N.Y. Herald, Apr. 15, 1865. Per Ziegler card N.Y. Herald, April 15, 1865, whole, no. 10, 456, single sheet, framed, assassination of Lincoln Buffalo Morning Express, 1881: Sept. 20, v. 36, whole no. 11, 750, single sheet framed, death of Garfield L 39-006-Newspaper The Ulster County Gazette and its Illegitimate offspring. L 39-007-Magazine On Loan Bentley Emerson Greenman Collection of 19 University of Michigan Alumnus magazines published from 1928-1935 on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from1904, 1914-17, 1919-37, 1940-1944, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors L 39-008-Magazine On Loan Bentley Michigan Alumnae Club Collection of 10 Michigan Alumnus Quarterly magazines published from 1934-38 on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from1933-1941, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors Ziegler card 1933-34: v. 40, nos. 17, 25 1934-35: v. 41, nos. 1, 11, 17, 23 1935-36: v. 42, nos. 1, 11, 17, 23 1936-37: v. 43, nos. 1, 11, 24 1937-38: v. 44, nos. 10, 15, 19 1938-39: v. 45, no. 9 L 39-016-Book Excellent On Loan Bentley Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Men of Michigan is a collection of the portraits of men prominent in business and professional life in Michigan. Owned by G. Frank Allmendinger whose picture is in the book. L 39-017-Book On Loan Bentley Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Protestanism in Michigan is an illustrated history of the Metodist Episcopal Church and other denominations. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as a duplicate L 39-025-Directory, Telephone Washtenaw County L 39-026-Magazine Missing Michigan Historical Collection On Loan Bentley Wm. H. Buettner Missing New York Publ. Library

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Washtenaw County Fair premium book and program for 20th annual fair, Ann Arbor, MI L 39-029-Magazine Michigan History 1939 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list Wool Shirt Wandering L 39-031-Book Who's Who 1928-29 and Who's Who 1930-31 L 39-033-Pamphlet Catalogue of the Marquetter County Historical Society, Ishpeming, MI L 39-035-Magazine On Loan Bentley Carl E. Guthe Three magazines Michgan Technic is published monthly by the colleges of Engineering and Architectur of the University of Michigan. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--indicates vol. 42, no. 6-8, 1929 L 40-001-Book Hillcrest is a book published and printed by the senior class of Roosevelt High School, Ypsilanti. L 40-002-Book Hillcrest is a book published and printed by the senior class of Roosevelt High School, Ypsilanti L 40-003-Book Hillcrest is a book published and printed by the senior class of Roosevelt High School, Ypsilanti L 40-004-Yearbook The San Script is a yearbook from the Battle Creek school for women, inscribed "Carolina A. Supe" L 40-005-Book On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate Adventures in Creative Expressions is a book printed and published by students and faculty of Roosevelt School, MSNC, Ypsilanti L 40-007-Magazine L 40-011-Book The Social Ladder, folio of drawings by Charles Dana Gibson L 40-012-Book On Loan Bentley C. A. Supe estate Two German children's books on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Ein Bilderbuch fur Kleine Madchen, Spieltag, Derr, 6 colored plates, no text, no dates, no pub., inscribed "Lena Supe, ?, Mich." L 40-013-Pamphlet Shakespeare Boilded Down was written expressly for the New Home Sewing Machine Company Page 88 On Loan Bentley C. A. Supe estate Missing On Loan Bentley N. A. Wood C. A. Supe estate On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate On Loan Bentley Marquette Historical Society On Loan Bentley Museum Library

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History of the University of Michigan details the university's history. L 40-027-Book Grand Army Memorial Record, "designed for Grand army posts throughout the national department of the Grand Army of the Republic for the purpose of securing and perpetuating the military history of every Grand army comrade...", Ann Arbor, 1884, manuscript L 41-031-Book On Loan Bentley Samuel H. Robbe History of Van Buren Township, v. 1, relates the chronological history, past and present, of a township in Wayne County, Michigan. Written and compiled by Samuel Henry Robbe, DDS for the centennial celebration of the Robbe family in Van Buren L 2004.010-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan The Synopsis of Standard or American Phonography presents the general principles of phonograhy. It is "printed in a pronouncing style so it can be read without difficulty." It contains a key to pronunciation, lessons in phonography and a series of reading exercises. The book incorporates shorthand symbols, with pronunciation. It is meant to prepare the student for the study of the author's 'Handbook' and other works. The book was printed by Tavies and Kent, Stereotypers, 113 Nassau Street, N.Y. The flyleaf bears the inscription 'C.A. Terhune Ann Arbor Mich.' two times. The paper on the cover has an added line 'July 15, 1872'. The same inscription and date are also on the flyleaf L 41-238-Directory, Telephone L 41-300-Book L 41-520-Catalog, Trade Missing On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Wm. H. Buettner Geneva Smithe Carleton W. Angell

1899 special catalogue of buggies, surreys, phetons..., cash buyer's union, very attractive, small, pictures of buggies. L 41-525-Magazine on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as Vol. 14, nos. 403-407, 414, 416, 417 on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--8 issues, Jan. - April, 1895, very colorful L 41-527-Book L 41-528-Book L 41-529-Booklet 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list--cut out of Little Red Riding Hood Page 89 Excellent Poor On Loan On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Bentley Carolina A. Supe estate N.A. Wood N.A. Wood Excellent On Loan Bentley Mrs. Margaret Guta

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on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--decorative pamphlet L 41-532-Booklet Weapons and Equi[ment of Early American Soldiers is part of a popular study series, History no. 2 L 42-002-Book Inscribed "Emily Wood" L 42-007-Book Pilgrim's Progress contains a life of the author and extensive explanatory notes L 42-008-Magazine On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe The American Schoolmaster is a journal devoted to educational progress, published by Michigan State Normal College L 42-009-Magazine On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from 1933-1941, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors Ziegler card 1939-40: v. 46, nos. 14, 19, 24 1940-41: v. 47, nos. 10,12, 24 1941-42: v. 48, no. 20 L 42-010-Magazine On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from1904, 1914-17, 1919-37, 1940-1944, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors L 42-011-Book The Cycle of the Year is a book of fugitive poems. L 34-061-Yearbook The 1903 University of Michigan yearbook L 42-012-Yearbook The Omega is the Ann Arbor High School Yearbook. L 42-013-Book L 42-014-Yearbook Michiganensian is the University of Michigan yearbook, incomplete L 42-017-Magazine Collection of 89 editions of Michigan History. Thirty five duplicates were given away 9/10/1942 L 42-024-Book L 42-049-Book Centaur of Alpha Kappa Kappa, Directory issue, May 1939 Excellent On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Geneva Smithe Frank Black Condensed historical sketches for each of Michigan's counties, illustrated with flag designs. Missing Jacob Reighard estate Missing On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate Jacob Reighard estate On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate On Loan Bentley Carolina A. Supe On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate Poor On Loan Bentley Norman A. Wood Poor On Loan Bentley N.A. Wood On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

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Four duplicates given away 9/10/1942 L 42-055-Book Signed by many people--Anna Lydia roy, Maria P. Roy, Jacob Koch L 42-069-Magazine L 42-072-Book Large volume L 42-073-Book L 42-075-Book Excellent On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Mrs. Margaret Guta Geneva Smithe Poor Missing On Loan Bentley Michigan Hist. Commission Norman A. Wood Excellent On Loan Bentley Ellen B. Bach

Reminiscences of first year in Europe, inscribed by the author "To my good friend and attendant, Miss Supe 1915" L 42-076-Booklet The Historical Atlas contains colored maps. L 42-077-Booklet L 42-078-Magazine L 43-007-Pamphlet The Most Interesting American refers to Theodore Roosevelt L 43-008-Pamphlet signed in rear "William Hamlin Childs" L 43-009-Pamphlet The History of the British Convict Ship "Success" describes its most notorious prisoners. L 43-010-Magazine L 43-018-Book Collection of 8 Washtenaw County Directories dated 1860-1928 Ziegler card--1860-61, 1878-79, 1883-84, 1890-91, 1895, 1898, 1924, 1928 L 43-019-Book Peerless Atlas of the world, no. 184 Farm and fireside library. L 43-020-Book Excellent On Loan Bentley Mrs. Ernst Wurster The United States Army & Navy is a complete Encyclopedia Portfolio including Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Hawaii On Loan Bentley Mrs. Ernst Wurster Missing On Loan Bentley Dr. John Van Oosten Mrs. Ernst Wurster On Loan Bentley Dr. John Van Oosten On Loan Bentley Dr. John Van Oosten On Loan Missing On Loan Bentley Bentley Geneva Smithe Geneva Smithe Dr. John Van Oosten Excellent On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe

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Source Mrs. Ernst Wurster Mrs. Ernst Wurster Carolina A. Supe estate

Standard Atlas of Washtenaw County, Michigan contains township maps. L 43-024-Book Collection of 8 travel guides. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Cook's guide to Paris, Thos. Cook & Sons, London, 1909, lacks front cover Cook's handbook for London, 1909, with two maps Heer, J.C., Guide to Lucerne, the lake and its environs, pub. at Lucerne, H. Keller, 18th ed., 1909, 130 pgs., fold out view of Lucerne, maps of region, paper cover, small, good shape Maury, Max. Glimpses of Paris and the exposition, Chicago, Laird & Lee, 1900 North German Lloyd steamship Co. How to see Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Baltimore, A. Schumacher & Co., 1909 pamphlet, "Carolina A. Supe", exc. cond. Pape, R. Neueste reise-karte von Deutschland, German map, 1909, in color, shows roads, "Carolina A. Supe", in original cover, very nice. Reid, John, The new Illustrated guide to Edinburgh, 1909, 137 pgs., map of Edinburgh on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Guide to Lucerne German map How to see Germany A map of the Rhine River, tourist, decorative, fold-out, Rhein-panorama von Coln bis Mainz. 1909 Cooks Paris, London Guide to Edinburgh Glimpses of Paris L 43-029-Pamphlet On Loan Bentley Calvin Goodrich The Walker-Beecher paper of 1876 on the mollusca of the Ann Arbor Area reprinted by Calvin Goodrich in 1943, Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, Univ. of Michigan, no. 475, July 31, 1943 L 43-032-Book L 43-033-Book L 43-034-Newspaper On Loan Bentley Poor On Loan Bentley F. Ridlen Harrell Geneva Smithe Henry Goddard estate

The True Democrat Jan. 18, 1848, Vol. 6, no.2; vol. 3, no. 6, 2 each two pages. newspaper Ann Arbor publication (incomplete) True Democrat and Mich. Argus, Ann Arbor newspaper, July 30, 1846, Vol. IV, no. 28; vol. 2, no. 6, 2 pages each (incomplete) L 43-035-Newspaper Daily Ypsilantian Press, June 25, 1923, July 25, v. 10, no. 309, special ed., 4 sections, 24 pgs. Ypsilanti Daily Press, January 11, 1928, v. 24, no. 264, 24 pgs. Page 92 On Loan Bentley Bertha G. Buell

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The American Schoolmaster is a journal devoted to educational progress published by the Michigan State Normal College L 43-038-Book Collection of seven books listed in register. Titles unidentified. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Brownell, Henry Howard. War--lyrics and other poems, Boston, Ticknor & Fields, 1866, bookplate "E.D.Campbell, Ann Arbor" Carleton, Will. Farm ballads Christian, Sarah Barr. Winter on Isle Royale, 1932 Castalian, U.M. , 1892, v. 7 Michiganensian, U.M., 1937 and 1938 Scholl, John William. Children of the sun poems, Ann Arbor, 1916 L 43-039-Book On Loan Bentley Geneva Smithe Collection of six books listed in register. Titles unidentified. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--Harper's new monthly magazine, 4 v., 1877-79 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list--Official program of 50th May Festival, May, 1943--also on Ziegler card on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Harper's New Monthly Magazine Vol. LVII, June-Sept, 1878, 480 pgs., profusely illustrated, half leather, spine mutilated otherwise good cond. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 56, Dec. 1877 - May 1878, N.Y., bound, half leather Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 58, Dec. 1878 - May 1879 L 44-001-Magazine On Loan Bentley Carl E. Guthe 358 copies of Michigan Alumnus and Michigan Quarterly from various years on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from1904, 1914-17, 1919-37, 1940-1944, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors L 44-002-Book Dr. Chase's Third, Last and Complete Receipt Book and Household Physician L 44-008-Magazine On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger Souvenir edition, sights and scenes Chicago to N.Y., profusely illustrated, printed for Michigan Central Railroad on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-two copies one sell, other keep inscribed "L.D. Wines" L 44-009-Magazine On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger Two magazines on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--lists volumes from1904, 1914-17, 1919-37, 1940-1944, incomplete sets, other ID numbers also indicated as donors L 44-010-Magazine Two magazines on 3/44 Bentley deposit list The Inlander, vol. 6, no. 7, April, 1896 The Inlander, vol. 9, no. 8, May, 1899 Page 93 On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger On Loan Bentley Carl E. Guthe On Loan Bentley Washtenaw Book Council

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Two magazines on 3/44 Bentley deposit list The Cosmpolitan, 1899 (4 listed some may be numbered 42-50) The Independant, vol.66, no. 3156, May 27, 1909 on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Cosmopolitan, June 1889 L 44-012-Booklet L 44-013-Yearbook University of Michigan yearbook L 44-014-Newspaper Two newspapers Michigan Daily, vol. 6, no. 107, Mar.2. 1896, 6 pgs. Ann Arbor News, Jan. 6, 1940, N0rth side school ed., 12 pgs. L 44-017-Magazine American Geologist published in Feb. 1892 is devoted to Alexander Winchell. L 44-020-Magazine Collection also includes three clippings 7/3/n.y. Bentley deposit list Spring, 1943 Ziegler card 1942-43: v. 49, no. 20 L 44-024-Book L 44-025-Pamphlet L 44-051-Booklet L 44-053-Book L 44-054-Book Ann Arbor Bible Chairs is a bound volume of twelve studies in the life of Christ, extension dept. L 44-055-Book Jorn Uhl is a German reader, inscriptions of several students L 45-002-Yearbook On Loan Bentley F. Ridley Harrell Castalian was the University of Michigan yearbook before changing the name to Michiganensian. This collection consists of the 1891, v. 6 and 1895, v.10 editions. Page 94 Good On Loan Bentley F. Ridley Harrell On Loan On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Bentley F. Ridley Harrell On Loan Bentley Julia Kirchofer Attwood McAndrew Michigan Historic Commission Calvin Goodrich On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger On Loan On Loan Bentley Bentley Marie Rominger Marie Rominger

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Paladium is a yearbook of fraternity students at the University of Michigan. This is v. 21. L 45-004-Yearbook Michiganensian is the University of Michigan yearbook. This collections is four editions which are dated 1902, 1910, 1915, 1924. The 1924 edition is dedicated to Mortimer E. Cooley and has "Dean M.E. Cooley" in gold letters on the front. L 45-005-Directory, Telephone Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Geneva Smithe Ypsilanti Telephone Directory contains names, addresses and phone numbers of people and businesses in Ypsilanti in 1942. It is from the Edith C. Munger estate. L 45-007-Book Fair OK MOMS The White House Gallery of Official Portraits of the Presidents, folio, numbered copy 3212 L 45-025-Newspaper L 45-026-Newspaper L 45-029-Book Bible inscribed by Eber and Polly White. L 59.g-Book Collection of books that belonged to Jessie Doane Rentschler, mother of the donor L 59.h-Book Collection of school readers that belonged to Mrs. Diana Hiscock, mother of donor L 59.n-Book Bible belonged to G.A.R. Post, Chelsea L 2004.011-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Shankland, Robert Washtenaw County Michigan is an index of businesses "published in the Interests of the Business and Professional Firms of this County and the Manufacturers and Jobbers who supply the consumer through the retailer only, of the Best Goods sold in this County." A copy was distributed free to every home in the county. The book contains helpful hints for household and farmer, postage rates, first aid tips, some poems and short readings, recipes, many advertisements and a listing of names of businesses and professional firms, classified alphabetically according to line of business or profession, for seventeen communities in the county. L 85.26-Book L 87.18-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Sharon Marbury Mrs. Julian Fredrick Lucille Olson Mrs. Helen Bennett Mrs. Malcolm McCort Missing Missing Missing Dean Mortimer E. Cooley estate Eberbach homestead Dr. Sager Hall Mrs. Edward Hiscock

Bible, contains family genealogy of the Seymour Woodruff family from Scio Township. The bible contains the inscription 'Hannah C. Woodruff's Bible presented by her husband Seymour Woodruff given to Lavira Johnson by her grandmother Hanna Couston Pool Seymour, her first husband was Seymour Woodruff, Lavira died 1921 June, sister Esther (Johnson) gies this Bible to the Unitarian Chursh society for safe keeping Dec. Page 95

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1924'. It contains the family history between the old and new testament. L 88.01-Book Intellectual Life on the Michgan Frontier is from the libraries of Gabriel Richard and John Monteith. L 89.08.1-Book Ann Arbor High School Log is a book issued by the 1909 journalism class. L 89.08.2-Book Ann Arbor High School Log is a book issued by the 1910 journalism class. L 90.01.2-Book Handbook for Students, Vol. XXX, 1915-16 is a booklet published by the Student's Christian Association, University of Michigan L 90.03.1-Book Good OK MOMS Lapidary & Mineral Society History of Huron Hills Lapidary and Mineral Society, Vol. 1 covers the history of the society from its organization May 1, 1959 through 1979. L 90.03.2-Book Good OK MOMS Lapidary & Mineral Society History of Huron Hills Lapidary and Mineral Society, Vol.II covers the history of the society from 1980 to the 1989. L 90.07.12-Book Cloth book of ABC's L 90.07.13-Book Parts of the 'There Was an Old Woman' story L 90.07.14-Book Red Riding Hood and Cinderella is a combination book containing both stories. L 90.07.15-Book Small Birds L 90.07.16-Book Raising of Jainus is a children's Bible story. L 90.12.3e-Newspaper Three newspapers, Livingston County Press, the Bicentennial issue of June 3, 1976, two from 1978 L 90.13.2-Book Good OK 1976 issue deaccessioned, others not found MOMS moveable shelves Granger & Pearson estates Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Townsend, Edna Fair OK Fair OK MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Rothstein, Margaret ephemera MoMS/file drawer TL AAHS Rothstein ephemera VanSickle, Arnell Ella Grenier

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Building Antique Doll House Furniture from Scratch was written by Lewis Hodges as he was building the furniture for a large doll house. L 90.13.3-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Hodges, Lewis Master Craftsman's Illustrated Woodworking Manual with Projects was written by Lewis Hodges as he was building the Colburgh house dollhouse. The dollhouse was used to illustrate various techniques. Page 96

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The Story of our First 100 Years details the history of the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Ann Arbor. L 92.01.1-Book L 92.01.2-Book Fair Fair Shelf Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves A Elizabeth Dusseau Elizabeth Dusseau Peterson's Fashion Book is fashion magazines published in 1867 bound together to form a book. 20th Centruy Cook Book: A Practical Housekeeping contains '3300 thoroughly tested recipes'. It has many illustrations. L 92.01.3-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Elizabeth Dusseau Dick's Encyclopedia of Practical Recipes and Processes contains recipes for food, medicine, household cleaners and other helpful household hints. L 92.01.4-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Elizabeth Dusseau Scribner's Monthly: An Illustrated Magazine for the People is a collection of magazines from May to October 1875 bound together. L E65.1-Booklet Good OK Historical Sketch of Ann Arbor Commandery #13, Knights Templar covers the period March 28, 1865 U.D. 7.14.1965. The booklet is signed 'H.H. Caswell to WCHS Nov. 8, 1865' L EW75.01.6-Book L EW75.01.8-Book Fair Missing OK MoMS/file drawer 2R-Masonic history MOMS moveable shelves H.H. Caswell

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L EW75.08-Pamphlet The First Methodist Church, Ann Arbor is a history of the congregation from c1845 L EW75.09-Pamphlet L EW75.10-Pamphlet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer 2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer 2R Pub. Hist. Soc. less Washtenaw

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Michigan's Polar Bears, 339th Infantry is about the American Expeditionary Forces in N. Russia in 1918-1919.

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L EW75.14-Pamphlet Notes on a Tour... is a short history of the University of Michgan.

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L EW75.15-Pamphlet Promise and Performance is about Chase S. Osborn as governor of Michigan

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Michigan, Pioneer in Education is a pamphlet about the system of education designed in Michigan by Isaac Crary and John D. Pierce. L EW75.17.1-Pamphlet Fair OK

Michigan Men in the Civil War is a descriptive bibliography of letters and diaries. L EW75.17.2-Pamphlet Fair OK

Michigan Men in the Civil War is a descriptive bibliography of letters and diaries. L EW75.17.3-Pamphlet Fair OK

Michigan Men in the Civil War is a descriptive bibliography of letters and diaries. L EW75.18-Pamphlet Fair OK

Biography of Chase S. Osborn who was Governor of Michigan from 1911 to 1915.

L EW75.19.02-Pamphlet Cancer in Geriatrics L EW75.19.03-Pamphlet The Problem of Cancer in Aging L EW75.19.04-Pamphlet Geriatric Unlimited L EW75.19.05-Pamphlet The Dynamics of Geriatrics L EW75.19.06-Pamphlet Ethics in Medical Writing Page 98

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Geriatrics and the Humane Environment L EW75.21-Pamphlet Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Stone School Centennial, 1853-1953 is a small pamphlet giving the history of the school, the program for the May 24, 1953 celebration and a roster of teachers. L EW75.23-Booklet L EW75.24-Booklet L EW75.26-Magazine L EW75.27-Booklet L EW75.28-Pamphlet Family Trails, Vol. 1, no. 3 contains records of early Irish pioneer in Michigan. L EW75.29-Booklet Fair OK The Great Lakes & the Great Rivers is about Jonathan Carver's Dream of Empire. L EW75.31-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2R Pub. Hist. Soc. less Washtenaw MoMS/file drawer 2R Mich. Hist. Coll. file MoMS/file drawer 2R Pub. Hist. Soc. less Washtenaw Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A

John Monteith is a short biography of the first President of the University of Michigan L EW75.32-Booklet Fair OK

The Yankee Meets the Frenchman is the publication presented by Russell Bidlack in Marshall, MI Sept. 18, 1965. L EW75.33-Booklet L EW75.34-Booklet L EW75.35-Booklet Historical Sketch, Golden Rule Lodge #159, F & AM, Ann Arbor covers the time 8.17.1864 U.D. Jan. 13. 1965. The booklet is signed by H.H. Caswell and was presented to WCHS for its historical archives Feb. 19. Page 99

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L EW75.38-Magazine Headlight published in November 1895 describes the Chelsea area of Michigan L EW75.40-Booklet L EW75.41-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2R Pub. Hist. Soc. counties less Washtenaw

L EW75.42-Booklet L EW75.43-Booklet History Along Michigan's Highways is about the state historical marking program L EW75.44-Booklet L EW75.45-Booklet L EW75.46-Catalog The Hubert S. Smith Collection is an exhibition catalog for an exhibit at Clements Library L EW75.47-Booklet L EW75.48-Booklet L EW75.49-Pamphlet Bulletin of the Detroit Historical Society 1945-1969 is an incomplete work with index for 1945-1959 L EW75.50-Pamphlet L EW75.53-Booklet Survey of 50 Years is a history of the Ann Arbor Art Association 1909-0959. L EW75.55-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2R-Booklets

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Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman

Schul-Worterbuch uber das Alte Testament has a bookplate reading 'from the library of George Dillman' on the inside cover. L LW75.4.1-Book Happy Hours in Picture Land was put out by Juvenile Advertisers and distributed by Phelps, Dodge & Palmer, Chicago shoe manufacturers L LW75.4.2-Book Appleton's School Reader is a First Reader. L LW75.4.3-Book Fair OK Puss in Boots is a children's story. It was versified by Clara Doty Bates. Illustrations by Mrs. C.D. Finley. L LW75.4.4-Book L LW75.4.5-Book Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 3R-Children's items MoMS/file drawer 3R-Children's items MoMS/file drawer 3R-Children's items MoMS/file drawer 3R-children's items Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris

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Aunt Mayflower's Alphabet is a children's book for teaching the alphabet. The cover has a picture of a child with an ABC book watching a lady in a shawl knitting. L LW75.4.6-Book Fair OK Little Bo Peep, Babes in Woods, Jack & the Beanstalk is a collection of three well-known children's stories. There are three pictures on the front cover and three on the back. L LW75.4.7-Book Fair OK Our Picture Book is a book of children's stories. It is an advertiser distributed by Kingsford & Son, Oswego, NY, a corn starch merchant. It is stamped 'C. King and Son, Ypsilanti, Mich.' on the front. The cover has a drawing of children. L LW75.4.8-Book Fair OK Baby's Own Alphabet is a children's alphabet book. On the cover, there are pictures of children's heads on bird bodies and a crane in glasses dressed as a teacher. L LW75.4.9-Book Fair Shelf Sunday Reading for the Young is a bound journal of pamphlets. There is a picture of a mother and child and a church scene on the cover of the book. L LW75.5-Book L LW75.6-Book Novum Testamentum Graecum belonged to George Dillman L LW75.7-Book Himmelan Geht Untre Bahn belonged to George Dillman Page 101 Fair OK Fair Fair Shelf OK

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Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman

Justification by Faith belonged to George Dillman. It was printed in 1839 with an appendix in 1840 MOMS moveable shelves/Red Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman archval box #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Red Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman archval box #1

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The Michigan Alumnus is a publication issued weekly during the college year by the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan. This copy, dated February 18, 1928 features a picture of the ship Strathcona II on the Labrador Coast. The picture and printing on the cover is surrounded by a floral swath border. The issue contains aritcles entitled 'Making Shavetails at Ann Arbor' about ROTC training, 'Dr. Carl Eberbach Tells of Experiences in Labrador', athletic team reports, marriages, births, deaths, news from classes, Who's Who of Alumni and other short articles. Dr. Carl Eberbach was a graduate of UM and a member of a prominent Ann Arbor family. The edge of the front cover is stamped in blue 'Shaupner Margaret D 2151 W. Grand Blvd Detroit Mich' L 2004.016.05-Yearbook Poor OK The Palladium is the senior annual of the Street Societies (fraternities) of the University of Michigan. The book has a white cover with black letters. The P is enclosed in a red crest. The book belonged to Phil Schaupner. L 2004.016.06-Book Fair OK

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The Antiques Book contains articles on furniture, ceramics, glass, silver, pewter and other collecting interests. The dust jacket shows a picture of a trophy with wings at the top, a large circle center which contains the title of the book and a base with a description of the book. L 2004.017.03-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Kemp, Martha The Michiganensian is the yearbook of the University of Michigan published in June, 1900. It contains class pictures, organization pictures, sporting events and other student activities. The book has a blue cover with Michiganensian 1900 and a embossed award ribbon in blue with the University seal in the ribbon in gold in a circle at the top of the ribbon. L 2004.017.04-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Kemp, Martha The Michiganensian is the yearbook of the University of Michigan published in 1901. It contains class pictures, organization pictures, sporting events and other student activities. The book has a blue cover with 'Michiganensian 1901' stamped in gold and an embossed domed building in blue with gold background. L 2004.017.05-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Kemp, Martha The Michiganensian is the yearbook of the University of Michigan published in 1902. It contains class pictures, organization pictures, sporting events and other student activities. The book has a blue cover with 'Michiganensian 1902' and a flower stamped in gold on the upper right corner. L 2003.001.03.22-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves 'Casting off the Corset' Changes in Women's Clothing 1880-1930 was organized by the Hinkley Foundation Museum, 410 E. Seneca St., Ithaca, NY as a history of women's clothing. L 2004.019.1-Magazine Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine contains articles, stories and black and white pictures with various topics. Manuscripts and art materials are submitted for publication by the public. The magazine, which is published monthly, is 35 cents a copy or $4.00 for a years subscription. The back cover features a color tinted photograph and ad for Kodak. There are many advertisements from around the country including one from the Packard Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan on page 55 of the advertising secion. Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 Petelka, Christen

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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine contains articles, stories and black and white pictures with various topics. Manuscripts and art materials are submitted for publication by the public. The magazine, which is published monthly, is 35 cents a copy or $4.00 for a years subscription. The back cover features a colored picture advertisement for Post Toasties. There are many advertisements from around the country including one from the Warren Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan on page 50 of the advertising section. L 2003.001.03.23.1-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A A Brief View is picture book number 1 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. L 2003.001.03.23.2-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Women's Costume The 18th Century is picture book number 2 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of women's styles of the 18th century. L 2003.001.03.23.3-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Women's Costume 1800-1835 is picture book number 3 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of women's styles of the first third of the 19th century. L 2003.001.03.23.4-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Women's Costume 1835-1870 is picture book number 4 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of women's styles of the second third of the 19th century. L 2003.001.03.23.5-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Women's Costume 1870-1900 is picture book number 5 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of women's styles of the last third of the 19th century. L 2003.001.03.23.6-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Women's Costume 1900-1930 is picture book number 6 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of women's styles of the first third of the 20th century. L 2003.001.03.23.7-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Children's Costume is picture book number 7 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of children's styles. L 2003.001.03.23.8-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Costume for Sport is picture book number 8 of a series 'The Gallery of English Costume' which was published for the Art Galerries Committee of the Corporation of Manchester England. It contains pictures of appropriate attire for sports. L 2003.001.03.24.01-Booklet Before the Ballpoint Pen is a history of writing utensils. Page 103 Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003

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ObjectID# / Objname L 2003.001.03.24.02-Booklet

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A History of Paper published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.03-Booklet A History of Candy published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.04-Booklet A History of Ice Cream published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.05-Booklet A History of the Valentine published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.06-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fair OK MoMS/file drawer

The Mechanical Writing Machine: U.S. Typewriting Industry Marks 100th Anniversary is a reprint of a booklet detailing the history of the typewriter published by Houghton County Historical Society. L 2003.001.03.24.07-Booklet Chains of the Revolution published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.08-Booklet Auto Adventure published by the Detroit Historical Museum. L 2003.001.03.24.09-Handbill Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fair OK MoMS/file drawer

Fashion Outline 1914-1969 contains drawings of period dresses by year from The Museum of Costume Assembly Rooms, Bath, England L 2003.001.03.24.10-Handbill Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Fashion Outline 1880-1913 contains drawings of period dresses by year from The Museum of Costume Assembly Rooms, Bath, England L 2003.001.03.24.11-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer Dating Early Photographs by Card Mounts and Other External Evidence offers suggestions for dating old photographs by looking at the size and style of mounts, clothing on the people, age of vehicles and other evidence. L 2003.001.03.24.12-Handbill Good OK MoMS/file drawer Collecting Historical Artifacts: An Aid for Small Museums is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to aid small musuems with their collections. L 2003.001.03.24.13-Handbill Good OK MoMS/file drawer Rare Book and Paper Repair Techniques is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to advise small musuems and others on the proper methods of repairing books and papers.

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Authentic Flower Arrangements for Period Rooms is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to advise small musuems and others on the proper flower arrangements for the age of the period room. L 2003.001.03.24.15-Handbill Good OK MoMS/file drawer Leather: It's Understanding and Care is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to advise small musuems and others on the proper care, handling and storage of leather items. L 2003.001.03.24.16-Handbill Good OK MoMS/file drawer Nail Chronology as an Aid to Dating Old Buildings is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to advise small musuems and others on the use of nails to date old buildings. L 2003.001.03.24.17-Handbill Good OK MoMS/file drawer Cataloging Ephemera: A Procedure for Small Libraries is a technical leaflet put out by the AASLH to advise small musuems, libraries and others on cataloguing methods and storage for the paper ephemera including records, documents, manuscripts and other items. L 2003.001.03.24.18-Booklet Good OK MoMS/file drawer Track and Trolley details the history of the Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor and Jackson interurban line. L 2003.001.03.24.19-Handbill Archaeology in Michigan: Present Knowledge and Prospects L 2003.001.03.24.20-Handbill The Iron Riches of Michigan's Upper Pennisula L 2003.001.03.24.21-Handbill Lumbering in Michigan L 2003.001.03.24.22-Handbill Indians of Michigan L 2003.001.03.25-Booklet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves A Good OK MoMS/file drawer Good OK MoMS/file drawer Good OK MoMS/file drawer Good OK MoMS/file drawer

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Ypsilanti Area Sesquicentennial 1823-1973 is a commemorative booklet on the history of Ypsilanti, MI published by the Sesquicentennial Commitee, written and compiled by residents of Ypsilanti, printed in Ypsilanti on paper made in Ypsilanti. L 2003.001.03.26-Booklet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2L The Story of An American Town, Ann Arbor, Michigan is a booklet 'published by the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Southeastern Michigan Tourist and Publicity Association and State of Michigan.' It contains a history of the development of the city and the University of Michigan. It briefly discusses industry, institutions, recreation, cultural activities, athletic events, and points of interest. It gives four tours originating in Ann Arbor. Tour I ends in the Irish Hills, Tour II goes east to Greenfield Village, Tour III goes to Port Huron and Bay City along Lake Huron and returns through Midland and Lansing, Tour Page 105

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IV goes north to Saut Ste Marie and returns on the western side of the state along Lake Michigan. L EW75.19.01-Manuscript L EW75.19.10-Booklet Geriatrics and the Elderly Woman L EW75.19.12-Booklet Gero-Education L 2003.001.03.27-Booklet Granny's Herbs and the Witch Doctor L 37-014.1-Booklet Fair OK Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2L Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 Fair OK MoMS/file drawer 2L Fair Fair OK OK MoMS/file drawer 2L MoMS/file drawer 2L Revolutions in Medicine was presented before the Washtenaw Historical Society on Nov. 13, 1957.

Happy New Year & Other Books is an Illustrated children's book. Inside in pencil 'Lina Whedon, March 1857' L 2003.001.04-Booklet Michigan in the Civil War is a manual prepared to accompany a film strip. L 38-008.1-Book Fair OK Fair OK

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Mormonism: Its Origin, Doctrine and Dangers is a history of the Mormon religion written by the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Ann Arbor, MI on Jan. 30, 1900. L 2005.007.06-Directory Poor MOMS moveable shelves Burd, Susan for Olive Bender Polk's Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Washtenaw County Directory is "an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Bridgewater, Chelsea, Dexter, Dixboro, Manchester, Milan, PIttsfield, Salem, Saline, Stoney Creek, Urania, Whitmore Lake, Whittaker, Willis and York. It includes a list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, public and private schools, banks, incorporated institutuions, secret and benevolent societies, a farmer's directory of each township in Washetnaw County alphabetically arranged, etc." There are many ads of local businesses also L LW75.8-Book L 33-029-Book Fair Fair Shelf Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves A Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman

Geschichte der Deutschen Evan. Bethlehem--Gemeinde in Ann Arbor, Mich, Gegrundef im yahre 1833, Samuel A. John, pastor, 1908. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Centennial program of Bethlehem Evangelical Church on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-keep Jubilaums-schrift zum funfundsiebsigsten jahrestag der grundung der deutschen evang. Bethlehem-gemeinde in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, 1908, John, Samuel A.--Inscription "T.R. Schmale, Oct. 11, 1933" A Brief Historical Sketch of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Scheel, William I., 1932 Per Ziegler card Page 106

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Bethlehem Evangelical Church, centennial program, 1935 Brief Historical Sketch of St. John's Evalgelical Chursh, 1932 (in remembrance of dedication of St. John's of Northfield) L 30-032.2-Booklet Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A History of Michigan State Normal School is about the school in Ypsilanti, MI which later became Eastern Michigan University. It contains illustrations and plates and covers the years 1849-1899. L 92.01.6-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Elizabeth Dusseau Dr. Chase's Third and Last Receipt Book and Household Physician contains recipes for food, household items and remedies as well as household hints. L 92.01.5-Book L 90.05-Book Poor Fair Shelf Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A MOMS moveable shelves A Elizabeth Dusseau Illustrated American Stock Book is a book for horsebreeders with pictures and articles about horses. More Treasured Recipes is a recipe book published as a fundraiser for the Dexter Historical Society Museum. It has a tannish yellow front cover with a picture of a spice rack, a brow/orange back cover and a white plastic spiral binding. L 1997.006.1-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Hahn, Ruth Ann's Amazing Arbor is a history of Ann Arbor. An inscription by the author inside reads 'To Elfrieda & Ruth Haken Old time Friends and Neighbors 9/18/65'. L 1997.006.2-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Hahn, Ruth Thumb of Laughter is about the thumb area of Michigan. An inscription by the author reads 'To Helen Haken Ann Arbor Civic Theater Co-Worker'. L 1997.006.3-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Hahn, Ruth Belleville: The Happy Town is about Belleville, Michigan. An inscription by the author reads 'To Elfreida Schneider Hahn Good Old West Side Neighbor, Best wishes A.B.C. 7/23/65.' L 1997.006.4-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Hahn, Ruth A Child's Garden of Verses is a classic children's book of poetry. An inscription inside reads 'Robert Killens'. Another, partially erased, reads 'Florence Haldorf 1913'. L 1997.006.5-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Hahn, Ruth More Mother Goose Songs contains Mother Goose rhymes. An inscription inside reads 'Florence Holdorf 607 Ellis St. Ypsilanti, Mich. March 1911'. L 33-017.1-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Lucy Chapin Revised Charter of City of Ann Arbor, 1859 was printed in 1923 by the authority of the Ann Arbor Common Council in 1923. L 33-017.2-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Lucy Chapin Ordinances of the City of Ann Arbor was compiled by the Carl A. Lehman, City Attorney, printed under the supevision of Fred C. Perry, City Clerk by the authority of Ann Arbor Common Council.

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Hill's Manual -Social & Business Forms, Guide to Correct Writing L 31-024.1-Magazine The American Woman is a woman's magazine from Sept. 1906. The magazines were published monthly and cost 15 cents/year. It contains articles, needlework patterns and other items of interest to women. L 42-050.1-Magazine Magazine article about the World's Fair of 1895 L 42-050.2-Magazine Fair OK Everybody's Magazine, Oct. 1901 contains stories and pictures of the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, NY. L 42-050.3-Magazine Fair OK MOMS moveable F. Ridlen Harrel shelves/folded blue document case #1 MOMS moveable F. Ridlen Harrel shelves/folded blue document case #1 Marie Rominger Missing

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The St. Louis Fair: What Everybody Will Wish to Know Before Going' is an article from the American Monthly Review of Reviews, a magazine edited by Albert Shaw. L 44-007.1-Pamphlet Fair OK

Ann Arbor Michigan is a brief history of the town and the university. There is a map of Ann Arbor showing the interurban routes and many illustrations, some tinted. There are a few handwritten notations. L 2005.006.1a,b-Book Excellent Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Zwinck, Marion Allmendinger Washtenaw County Relatives is a two volume collection of the family tree of the author. Volume one (a) contains genealogical printouts of the family from A-K. Volume two (b) contains the printouts of the family from L-Z. Volume two also contains several appendixes. They include lists of arrival dates and where the person came from, maps of Germany showing villages, officials, village seats or coats-of-arms, map of U. S. areas with lists of the Germans and other relatives who bought government land in Washtenaw County as well as land owners in Lima, Scio, Freedom and Lodi Townships, a list of Washtenaw County farmers who migrated elsewhere, meanings and variations of names, a German time line. L 2005.006.2-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Zwinck, Marion Allmendinger Traveling Through Time is a listing of the location of over 2,000 historical markers in the state of Michigan. They are listed alphabetically first by county and then by incorporated government unti within each county. Each listing gives the location, historic site name, common name, state register number, date registered and year erected as well as the text of the marker. Some are accompanied by pictures. L 2005.012-Manuscript Excellent Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Cross, Harry A Methodology for Documenting the History of Michigan Houses Built Between 1830 and 1930 is xerox copy of a thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Arts, Department of History, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo on April 10, 1981. It discusses record search, architectural style and physical examination. The conclusion is presented as a case study complete with actual worksheets. It is meant to be used by others as to document a house within two years of its construction date and provide a history of its occupants.

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Crielet's The Whig Almanac and U.S. Register. In ink on the cover is 'J.W. Graves' L 37-007-Book On Loan

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Thirty books found in files uncatalogued. Four have been found. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Proceedings of the Democratic Territorial Convention, held at Ann Arbor, on 29th and 30th January, 1835, Detroit 1835 Female institute, Middleton, Conn., 2nd annual catalog, 1845, very nice Ziegler card Atlas map of Wash. County, 1874--at museum Quarterly Review, London, Oct. & Dec., 1811, vol. 6, London printed. Reprinted in1812 for Ezra Sargeant on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-?Clements Speech of Hon. Lewis Cass of Michigan in the senate on Bill Providing for Prosecution of the War Against Mexico, May 12, 1846, 8 pgs, no cover on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-none 15-16 other titles see Bentley list Box 15 on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Quarterly Review, Oct. -Dec. 1811, N.Y., Ezra Sargeant, 1812, 317 pgs., no cover, worn edges Cat. of Female Inst. Governor's Message in the New York State Senate, Jan. 6, 1824 L 37-007.1-Pamphlet L 37-007.2-Pamphlet L 2005.019.2-Booklet Fair Fair Excellent OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MoMS/file drawer Crary, Rachel Proceedings of the Democratic Territorial Convention held in Ann Arbor on Jan. 29th and 30th, 1835 Articles of Agreement and Association of Ann Arbor Land Company instituted September 13, 1836. Ann Arbor Antique Fair & Sale is a booklet put out by Ann Arbor Bank & Trust and National Bank & Trust. It is for the promotion of the 7th annual show and sale of antiques to benefit Catholic Social Services held at Holiday Inn, West March 28-30, 1974. It contains a list of dealers, list of committees, local advertising and many small articles about Ann Arbor. These include Cobblestone Farm, the University Observatory, Downtown Historic Architecture Survey, Fleming Creek Mills, the Wheelmen, the Railroad Depot, the Haarer Building, Dr. Chase's building, Mrs. Kempf's German Cookery, Robert Frost's days in AA and others. On the back cover is a photo of Main St. looking north from Liberty in 1893. The cover with hot air balloon, section of bird's eye map and 150th centennial logo was drawn by Milt Kemnitz. L 2005.019.3-Booklet Excellent OK MoMS/file drawer Crary, Rachel Ann Arbor Antique Fair & Sale is a booklet put out by Ann Arbor Bank & Trust. It is for the promotion of the 8th annual show and sale of antiques to benefit Catholic Social Services held at Holiday Inn, West February 28, March 1-2, 1975. It contains a list of dealers, list of committees, local advertising and many small articles about Ann Arbor. These include The Smoke Shop, Ann Arbor streetcars, buildings and their occupants on Main Street. The cover has a drawing of a hot air balloon with a rooster on top

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True Christianity is "a treatise on sincere repentance, true faith, the holy walk of the true Christian, etc." There is an introduction by Charles F. Schaeffer, DD.This edition is revised, corrected, and furnished with additional matter from the original German. The book was originally translated into English by Rev. A. W. Boehm, German Chaplainat the Court of St. James and published in London in 1712. 'Mrs. Philip Bach' is stamped in gold on the cover. An inside inscription reads 'Mrs. Anna B. Bach from Rev. Carl Schleicher, May 3rd 1876.' L 2005.024.2-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Anna Botsford Bach Home Sanders' Union Fifth Reader contains exercises for practice in reading both prose and poetry for the "higher classes in schools, academies, etc." There are literary and biographical notes, pronunciation notes, remarks to teachers. An inside inscription reads 'Miss Clara E. Burnett, Ann Arbor, Mich.' L 2005.022.1-Yearbook Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sivers, Sydney Omega is the Ann Arbor High School yearbook, 1956 edition. It contains the school calendar, curriculum, activities, sports, faculty, students and advertisements. Pictures of students, faculty and activities are included. L 2005.022.2-Yearbook Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sivers, Sydney Omega is the Ann Arbor High School yearbook, 1960 edition. It contains a record of the school's activities and achievements. Categories include highlights of '60, curriculum, sports, organizations, classes, and advertisements. Pictures of students, faculty and activities are included. L 2005.022.3-Yearbook Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sivers, Sydney Omega is the Ann Arbor High School yearbook, 1932 edition. Categories include faculty, classes, activities, organizations, athletics and advertisements. Pictures of students, faculty and activities are included. L 2005.022.4-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Sivers, Sydney Michiganensian is the University of yearbook, 1913 edition. It contains campus pictures, organizations, class list and pictures, athletics, and many other items. There are 48 pages of advertisements in the back. L 2005.022.5-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Sivers, Sydney Aurora is the Michigan State Normal College, 1906 edition. It contains campus pictures, faculty, student pictures by college, clubs, athletics and misc. articles. L 2005.028.1-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves WHITESELL, PATRICIA History of the University of Michigan is a history of the university from 1835 to 1883. There isa an inscription on the contents page reading 'Morrison Flowers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon House, June '96 Ann Arbor' L 2005.028.2-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves WHITESELL, PATRICIA History of the University of Michigan begins with a chapter on the history of the state of Michigan, followed by the Michigan system of public instruction and the history of the University itself. There are many illustrations of buildings, campus scenes and some instructors. Also included are biographical sketches ot the regents and University senate members from 1837 to 1906 along with pictures of some of them. L 2005.028.3-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves WHITESELL, PATRICIA Michigan: A History of Governments discusses the history of the state as it moved from Northwest Territory to statehood. It incluese a summary view of the relations of states to the Union at the time Michigan became a state and the changes going on since that time. There is a financial history of the state as well. There is a map of the state with an inset of a map of the Michigan Territory. An inscription reads 'H.H. Smith Ionia May 21 98' Page 110

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Ann Arbor's First Lady: Events in the Life of Ann I. Allen is the biography of Ann Allen (1797-1875), wife of John Allen, one of the founders of Ann Arbor. Born in Virginia, she came to Ann Arbor in 1824 and remained until 1844 when she returned with their daughter to Virginia to be near her sons by a previous marriage. L 2005.028.5-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves WHITESELL, PATRICIA Michigan: A History of the Wolverine State is the third revised edition of Dunbar's original published in 1965 and revised in 1970, 1980 and 1995. It is a detailed history of the state beginning with the geologlical formation through 1995. The book contains several maps, suggestions for further reading, Michigan's population by decades from 1810 to 1990 and a list of governors--Territory of Michigan and state. L 2006.015-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves A Wineberg, Susan 7th Annual Washtenaw County Fair Premium Book and Program contains daily schedules of the fair, fair topics and advertisements from around the county. The fair was held Aug. 31 - Sept. 4, 1926. L 2006.019.3-Catalog Good OK Wineberg, Susan Vitality Seeds is a catalog of flower and vegetable seeds from the Vitality Seed Company, 4115 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich.. It contains descriptions and of many plants along with color pictures of some of the mature plants. L 2006.019.4-Booklet Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Shoeprints of the Ages is a short history of footware with illustrations. It was published by the makers of the Walk-Over shoe. On the back cover is 'Walk-Over Shoe Col, R. J. Hoffstetter, Mgr., 111 S. Main, Ann Arbor, Mich.' L 38-024.2-Booklet Good OK MoMS/file drawer Ellen B. Bach The Presbyterian Plan, Plant and Program at Ann Arbor is a booklet about the new church and student center dedicated in May, 1938. It contains photos and floor plans. L 2005.001.06-Booklet Good OK MoMS/file drawer The Building of the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies of the University of Michigan. It is a general description of the building prepared by W.E. Kapp of Smith, Hinchman and Gryllis, Inc. The illustrations are from photographs furnished by the Detroit News and the Ann Arbor News. L 30-032.1.1-12-Booklet Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Art Work of Washtenaw County is a brief history of the county published in 12 parts. Each part contains a portion of the history and several 7" x 9" and 7" x 4" photographs printed on cardstock. The photos are of buildings and scenes around the county. Each volume has photos from several different parts of the county. The cover of each features the title and several inset line drawings. L 2007.017.1-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Neidhardt, Elizabeth Sanders' Union Reader Number Two contains exercises for practice in reading both prose and poetry for the "higher classes in schools, academies, etc." There are literary and biographical notes, pronunciation notes, remarks to teachers. An inside handwritten inscription reads 'Emma E. Diehl' L 2007.017.2-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Neidhardt, Elizabeth Sanders' Union Reader Number Three contains exercises for practice in reading both prose and poetry for the "higher classes in schools, academies, etc." There are literary and biographical notes, pronunciation notes, remarks to teachers. An inside handwritten inscription reads 'Emma Diehl' Page 111 Reserved for items found in collection in 2005

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A Handbook of First Aid is a small booklet containing instructions for handling "accidents, emergencies, poisoning, sunstroke, etc." There are many illustrations of how proper methods. There are also illustrations of some Bauer & Black products and others. L 2007.010.1-Book Fair Shelf The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend is a collection of stories, poems, songs and a few illustrations. Appear to be a bound collection of monthly publications. Title page is dated January, 1847 to July, 1847. Book contains twelve publications dated July 1846 to June 1847 L 2007.010.2-Book Fair Shelf

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Swiss Family Robinson in Words of One Syllable is a children's book adapted from the original, copyright by Cassell Pub. Co., 1895. The cover has a picture of a child riding an ostrich. Illustrated. Inscription inside "A. West" L 2007.010.3-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves West, Marion Robinson Crusoe Told in One Syllable Words is a children's book with color Illustrations. The colver has a picture of Crusoe and Friday L 2007.003.1-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine is bound copies of the magazine from 1867 excluding the months of February and October. The magazines contain needlework patterns, house patterns, sheet music, stories (some continued month to month), reviews, 'juvenile deportment' and other pertinant topics of the day. Illustrated. There are also plates of women's fashions bound into each month. Inscription "J. J. Goodyear" in pencil. L 2007.003.2-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book contains recipes, directions for dinner parties, setting of tables, proper supply of utensils, helpful hints on running a home and hired help. There is a Perry's Book Store sticker on the inside front cover. The title page adds "designed as a supplement to her Treatise on Domestic Economy". There is a 24 page excerpt from the revised edition of her Treatise on Domestic Economy for use of young ladies at home and at school at the end of the book. L 2007.003.3-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al Reminiscences of James Burrill Angell is an autobiograhy from Angell's birth in1820 through his time as President of the University of Michigan until his resignation in February, 1909. There is a picture of Angell with his signature beneath. Printed by Plimpton Press, Norwood, MA L 2007.003.4-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al Pioneer Women of the West is a collection of stories of women, often in their own words. They were "wives and mothers who venture into the western wilds." Included are Ann Allen, Elizabeth Allen, Mary Ann Rumsey, Mrs. Nathan (Harriet) Noble. The book also mentions Dexter and Dixboro and contains a version of the naming of Ann Arbor. The book was stereotyped and printed by C.W. Benedict. L 2007.003.5-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al The Judd Family: or an Evening Visit, & what come of it is an "elucidation of Baptism-Ceremonial and Spiritual-or, Scriptural Baptism." The Judd family is the central figure in the narrative. L 2007.003.6-Book, Instruction Page 112 Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al Manual of Bayonet Exercise was printed by order of the War Department. The exercises are based on the

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French fencing teacher, M. Gomard. Inscription "G. S. Comstock 17th Mich. Infantry" in ink. The pages of instruction are followed by drawings that illustrate the various techniques. The preface is dated 1851, the copyright date is 1852 and MDCCCLXII (1862) is listed below the publisher's name. L 2007.003.7-Book, Instruction Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Gallup, Al The Soldiers' English and French Conversation Book is a pocket handbook containing useful sentences and words "for the man going to the front." It's purpose was to help the soldier in ordinary conversation with the French and Belgian allies. It was designed to contain only those words and phrases likely to be of use to the soldier rather than for a tourist. Inscription "Eli A. Gallup, Oct. 23, 1917 Ann Arbor, Michigan R.D. #7 L 2006.032.04.6-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Victoria: A Pig In A Pram is a children's book about a pig that became a pet with pen and ink drawings by Paul Kennedy. The book was published simultaneously in the Dominion of Canada by George J. McLeod Limited, Toronto. L 2006.032.04.5-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith The Night Before Christmas is a well read children's book with inside color illustration and pen and ink drawings in red. Color picture of Santa putting toys under a tree on front cover and children with toys on back cover. L 2006.032.04.4-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Jack & the Beanstalk is a classic children's book with color illustrations. There is a picture of a cow, chicken and eggs on the front cover and a beanstalk and birds on the back cover. The pages are paper mounted on linen. L 2006.032.04.3-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith The House That Jack Built is a classic children's book with color illustrations. There is a picture of a large tudor style house with farm animals in the foreground on the front cover and a rooster on the back cover. The pages are paper mounted on linen. L 2006.032.04.2-Book Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith My Mother is a children's book with color illustrations. There is a picture of a seated woman holding a baby on the front cover with a decorative border around the picture and title. Pencil inscription in child's handwriting on page one "Miss Julia S. Pomeroy". List of other books in series and other series on back cover. L 2006.032.04.1-Magazine Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Our Little Men and Women is the June 1892 issue of an illustrated monthy magazine for "youngest readers". It contains peoms and short stories and 14 pages of advertisements. There is a picture of a girl with a hoop toy, a boy with a sailboat and two children reading on the cover. Cost is $1 per year or 10 cents a month L 2006.036.2-Booklet The Christmas Story -- illuminated copy. Goes with manger set. L 2006.032.04.7-Magazine Poor Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Our Little Men and Women is the May 1892 issue of an illustrated monthy magazine for "youngest readers". It contains peoms and short stories and 14 pages of advertisements. There is a picture of a girl with a hoop toy, a boy with a sailboat and two children reading on the cover. Cost is $1 per year or 10 cents a month Page 113 Fair OK Yao, Cynthia

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The Michigan Horticulturist is the March 1886 issue of a magazine containing articles 'deveoted to Horticulture and Allied Subjects.' It contains many ads for garden plants and other items. An ad on page 249 is for the "Michigan", a seed potato sold by H.C. Clark of Ann Arbor. A subscription cost $1/year. There is a pink sticker 'J.A. Scott dec86' on the cover. L 2006.032.26.2-Newspaper Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Christian at Work is a newspaper dated Thursday, Dec. 31, 1885. It issued weekly at a cost of $3/year. It contains articles and poems submitted by people from all over the country on a number of subjects. There is a pink sticker 'Ranny C. Scott 9147 Dec.85' on the back. L 2006.032.26.3-Newspaper Fair OK Bookstein, Edith The Independent is a newspaper issue dated Thursday, Dec. 10, 1885. It contains articles and poems submitted by people from all over the country on a number of subjects. L 2006.032.26.4-Newspaper Poor OK Bookstein, Edith The Illustrated Christian Weekly is a newspaper issue dated Saturday, March 15, 1879. The cost per issue is 6 cents. There is a pink sticker '972 J. A. Scott Dec 78' on the back. It us four-folded. L 2007.019.2-Book Fair OK Hannum, Carol Our Favorite Recipes is a cookbook produced by the Washtenaw County Hospital Staff. It contains recipes for breads, cakes & frostings, candy, cassaroles, condiments, cookies, desserts, meat dishes, pies, and salads. Each section is on a different color paper separated by a white page with topic heading. Each recipe has the name and position of the contributor. L 2006.037-Booklet Good OK Rosenn, Harold Pleasant Walks and Drives about Ann Arbor was originally published in 1899 by Judge Noah Cheever. This publication updates his drives so that they can be followed today. The booklet includes ab biographical sketch of Cheever and uses photos from the Bentley Library collection to provide visual evidence of how it might have looked at Cheever's time. There are ten 'drives'. The cover is a copy of an atlas drawing of the residence of James C. Allen superimposed over a section of a plat map of Ann Arbor and the Huron River area. L 2006.025.8-Booklet Good OK Angell School The Potawatomi is a manuscript about Michigan Native Americans who settled in southern Michigan. Illustrations including maps are by Elena Flores-Barillas. On the cover is a drawing of a Native American round hut. The manuscript was written for use in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. L 2006.025.9-Booklet Good OK Angell School Ann Arbor The Early Years is a manuscript about the settllement of Ann Arbor. Illustrations including maps are by Elena Flores-Barillas. On the cover is a drawing of a log cabin. The manuscript was written for use in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. The text is adapted from earlier versions. L 2007.035-Book Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Hogan, Mark Pictorial History of Michigan: The Early Years is an illustrated history funded by the John M. Munson Michigan History Fund, Michigan Historical Commisssion, Department of State. It begins with a discussion of the geography and geology of Michigan and traces settlement from the Native Americans, French exploration, British exploration, War of 1812. Also covered are pioneer architecture, early politics, farming, lumbering, mining, education and religion and urbaniztion. The history covers the first three centuries of Michigan using Page 114

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"illustrative material from the period or photographs of physical objects that existed in those years." The dust jacket pictures a petosky stone L 2006.001.01.1-Yearbook Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Yearbook, 1913, The Howitzer, West Point. Inscribed 'From Fred Gerstner to E.J. Allmendinger', Gerstner's senior picture is on page 80 along with a pencilled note that he lost his life in Military Aviation in Dec. 1914 off San Diego, Calif. He was the 14th man lost to Military Aviation. He is also pictured on page 204 as captain of company D. Dwight Eisenhower is listed on page 152 as a member of the class of 1915 and on page 201 as a member of the football team. L 2006.001.1.2-Clipping, Fair NewspaperMarch 29, 1969 Ann Arbor News covering the death of Dwight Eisenhower. Front page of OK MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 Reserved for items found in collection in 2006

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The First Fifty Years of the Ann Arbor Savings Bank 1869 - 1919 is a brief history of the bank. There is also a short history of the Ann Arbor of yesterday and the Ann Arbor of today and short biographies of bank presidents and other officers. The booklet is illustrated with line drawings and photos of buildings and some of the presidents. There is also the first financial statement issued by the bank on July 1, 1869. There are a few annotations in pencil. L 44-007.7-Pamphlet Good OK MoMS/file drawer 2L Marie Rominger The Story of An American Town, Ann Arbor, Michigan is a booklet 'published by the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Southeastern Michigan Tourist and Publicity Association and State of Michigan.' It contains a history of the development of the city and the University of Michigan. It briefly discusses industry, institutions, recreation, cultural activities, athletic events, and points of interest. It gives four tours originating in Ann Arbor. Tour I ends in the Irish Hills, Tour II goes east to Greenfield Village, Tour III goes to Port Huron and Bay City along Lake Huron and returns through Midland and Lansing, Tour IV goes north to Saut Ste Marie and returns on the western side of the state along Lake Michigan. L 30-032-Book Not Rated OK Collection of printed material includes 1874 Atlas, Michigan Pioneer Collection volumes, County directories, Bankers Directory of US and Canada, 1880, Geological Survey of Michigan, 1881, Circuit court dockets, 1879, 1871. on 7/30/42 Bentley deposit list 2 v. Washtenaw county, Circuit court, Regular term calendar Nov. 1870 and Feb., 1871 Judge Babbitt on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Bankers' Directory of U.S. & Canada, Rand McNally, Chicago,1880, tab index, cloth binding, interesting ads & styles of printing, 399 pgs., good cond., "Nancy Babbitt" bookplate, inscribed. Geological Survey, first biennial report of the progress of the geological survey of Michigan, Lansing, Hosmer & keer, 1861, 339 pgs. soft cover, bookplate "Nancy Babbitt," inscribed "Nan Babbitt" Combination atlas map of Washtenaw County, 1874 Washtenaw County Directory (list of 19 with diff. numbers) Washtenaw County Circuit Court, regular term calendar, 1870, 1871 Page 115 MOMS moveable shelves & Bentley

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on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Michigan Pioneer Collections, Vol 9 & 26 Bankers Directory on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-keep Michigan Pioneer Collections, vols.1-8, vols. 10, 11, vols. 12-20(under title Collection and Researches of the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society) (vol. 15 has bookplate "From state of Michigan to Twp. Baltimore County Barry)(vol. 19 has bookplate "From State of Michigan to Assyria Twp, Barry County) (vol. 20 is reprint ed.), vols. 21-25, vol. 27, vol.37, Vols. 1-5 Index, 1874-1890, pub. 1904, Vols. 16-30, 1890-1906, pub. 1907 Ziegler card Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society--, 39 vols.varius dates, Index to the reports and collections, vols. I-XV, 1874-1890, Lansing, 1904 Michigan Geological survey-first biennial report of progress, Lansing 1861 Michigan historical collections, 2nd ed., 1874-76 (pub. 1900), 1877-78 (Pub. 1901) at museum Atlas map, Wash. County, 1874 Circuit court calendars--Nov. 1870, Feb. 1871 Washtenaw County Directory, 1883-84, 1895, 1899 Listed below and separately are three items found so far. .1) Art Work of Washtenaw County,12 parts. .2) History of Michigan State Normal, 1899 L 43-042-Book L 42-050-Magazine On Loan Bentley Bentley Geneva Smithe Frank Black

on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--indicates four 1899 (may be numbered 44-11), 1893, 1901, 1904 also World's work, Vol. 2, no. 4 Aug. 1901 on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-keep Manila folder-Misc. clippings, pictures on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell Magazine "The World's Work, Aug., 1901, similar to Nat. Geo. Ziegler card Cosmopolitan, June 1889, v. 7, no. 2; Dec. 1893, v. 16, no. 2; Sept. 1901, v. 31, no. 5; Sept. 1904, v. 37, no. 5 L 42-022-Book On Loan Bentley Jacob Reighard estate Three books of photographs with views of Niagara and Washingtion, with text on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Niagara, 22 photographic plates, 1902 Washington, D.C., 24 photographic plates, 1901 With pen and camera at Niagara Falls, Holman, D. Waldron, Chisholm Bros., Portland, ME, 1899, nice cond. L 37-014-Booklet Collection of three books. Two books found at MoMS on 3/44 Bentley deposit list Page 116 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Red Sara Whedon estate archval box #1

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on 2/8/84 WHS curator list--designation-sell The Springfield Cottage Girl, American Tract Soc., incomplete, poor cond. L 32-001.-Book Inscribed "C.A. Chapin" L 47-001-Book A History of the Michigan State Normal School contains illustrations and plates L 45-027.-Book Has a map insert. Inscribed "N.A. Harvey, Ypsi, 1904" L 30-032.3-Book Good Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Michigan Pioneer Collections, vols.1-11, vols. 12-20(under title Collection and Researches of the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society) (vol. 15 has bookplate "From state of Michigan to Twp. Baltimore County Barry, vol. 19 has bookplate "From State of Michigan to Assyria Twp, Barry County, vol. 20 is reprint ed.), vols. 21-38, Vols. 1-5 Index, 1874-1890, pub. 1904, Vols. 16-30, 1890-1906, pub. 1907 L 90.12.3h-Newspaper Section of a 1979 Detroit News giving predictions for May 10, 2003 written on May 19, 1978 L 90.12.3i-Newspaper Copy of the Feb. 20, 1962 Ann Arbor News with the headline "Glen Goes Into Orbit" L L60.1-Book Fair MOMS moveable shelves Velma Strait Souvenir of Ypsilanti, Mich. is a collection of reprints of scenes of Ypsilanti. The pictures unfold out of the book to form one long strip printed on one side only. There are handwritten notations by some of the pictures. There is also a handwritten list of members along with hair color of each) of the Atheneum, So. Ypsilanti 1898 written on the back page. "Published and copyrighted by Frank Smith, Ypsilanti, Mich." on the first picture page and "Manufactured by Chisholm Bros.-Portland, Me. Manufacturers of Chas. Frey's Original souvenir Albums of all American and Canadian Cities and Sceneries" on the last picture page. L 2008.005.5-Booklet Fair OK Store News is an advertising booklet sent out by Mack & Company monthly. It contains a mailing address 'Mrs. Chas. Lord 437 Maynard Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.' and prestamped 1 1/2cent postage. The cover of this June 1925 issue has a woman in hat and coat carrying flowers on the deck of a boat. There is a circle with oranges in the center and 'Golden State' around them, apparently representing a life preserver. The booklet contains fashions, a pattern catalog, a recipe for a cake and frosting, advertisements, part of a serial story and a paper doll, Betty Jean' with a Chinese dress. L 2008.005.6-Booklet Fair OK Store News is an advertising booklet sent out by Mack & Company monthly. It contains a place for mailing address and prestamped 1 1/2cent postage. The cover of this December 1925 issue has a woman holding a wreath and achild, both in winter coats. There is a stagecoach in the background. The booklet contains fashions, advertisements, a short story, instructions for carving a turkey, recipes and gift suggestions. L 2008.005.7-Booklet Fair OK An advertising booklet sent out by Schlanderer & Seyfried Jewelry Fashions, Ann Arbor, Mich. It contains a mailing address 'Mr. Chas. Lord 437 maynard, Ann Arbor, Mich.' and prestamped 1 1/2cent postage. The Page 117 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #5 OK Granger & Pearson estates OK Granger & Pearson estates Excellent On Loan Bentley ?Harvey estate Fair On Loan Bentley Excellent On Loan Bentley ?Lucy Chapin

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cover of the May 1926 booklet features a silver tea set and candlesticks with a woman's shadow in the background. It contains gift suggestions for Mother's Day, watches, bracelets and an article 'The conventions of the wedding invitation.' L 2008.005.8-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan History of Michigan was written for children to provide the early history of the state. There is a pronouncing glossary at the end of the book. L 2008.002.016-Book, Account Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Desk Book and Tax Manual 1927 is a record book. It contains a calendar for 1927 and 1928, a court calendar, Michigan and Federal tax calendar, personal income tax rates and computation, inheritance tax rules, Michigan inheritance tax chart, Federal estate tax outline, Michigan state corporation tax rules and a diary for 1927 with notice of taxes to be paid and reports to be filed on each pertaining date. The diary was used to hand-write some records near the front and not on the appropriate date page. The rest of the diary is unused. The cover is imprinted in gold 'T.D. Kearney.' L 2008.018.01.1-Book Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves True Crime and the History of the Ann Arbor Police Department contains many photos and reprints of newspaper articles. Signed by author L 2008.018.01.2-Book Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan A Trail Through Time 150 Years is a brief history of the Village of Dexter and the Townships of Dexter, Lima, Scio and Webster through the use of pictures and brief text covering the years 1824-1974. It was published for the Dexter Area Sesquicentennial L 2008.018.02.1-Pamphlet Excellent OK Neil Staebler: His Career and Legacy focuses on Staebler's political contributions during the period of the 1950s. L 2008.018.02.2-Pamphlet Excellent OK MoMS/file drawer/2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer/2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer/2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer/2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. MoMS/file drawer/2R-Bulletins from Mich. Hist. Coll. Wineberg, Susan The Historical Society of Michigan

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The Early Years of the University of Michigan Medical School: The Upjohn Family Experience explores the evolution of medical education at the University by looking at the experiences of members of the Upjohn family. The cover shows a picture of the original building of the medical school. L 2008.018.02.3-Pamphlet Excellent OK The University of Michigan On the Air recalls the pioneering work of three UM units which produced films, videos and television programs from 1948-1988: the Television Center, the Audio-Visual Education Center and Michigan Media. L 2008.018.02.4-Pamphlet Excellent OK Frost-Bite Frost-Bark: Robert Frost at Michigan discusses Frost's time at the University of Michigan as the first recipient of the Fellowship in Creative Arts established in 1921. Frost was at the University from 1921-23 and returned as Fellow in Letters from 1925-26. L 2008.018.02.5-Pamphlet Excellent OK Poliomyelitis and the Salk Vaccine is a library guide to the archival and manuscript holdings relating to polio and the development of the vaccine. Page 118

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A Sesquicentennial Look at the Michigan Legislature is a look at the role of the Legislature in developments and events of the last 150 years. L 2008.018.02.7-Pamphlet Poor OK

Wineberg, Susan

Dream Books Bridal Superstitions is a small pamphlet discusses dream interpretation, diseases of women, bridal superstitions. There is a form for a free consultaing and advertising for Dr. Pierce's medicines and hospital--the Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y.--with testimonials from women. L 2008.018.01.3-Book Poor OK Wineberg, Susan The Paper Doll Wedding is a children's book about weddings. It included paper dolls of the bride, groom, bridesmaid and flower girl along with clothing to be cut out. There are slits in the book to insert each figure as the story of the wedding is told. Figures and clothes are missing. L 2008.018.01.4-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Dr. Chase's Recipes is a book of practical recipes "for merchants, grocers, manufacturers, physicians, druggists, .....families generally to which have been added a rational treatment of pleurisy, inflammation of the lunds and other inflammatory diseases and also for general felamle weakness and irregularities." There are illustrations of homemade farm appliances and sailor's knots in the back. L 2008.018-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Dr. Chase's Recipes is a book of practical recipes "for merchants, grocers, manufacturers, physicians, druggists, .....families generally to which have been added a rational treatment of pleurisy, inflammation of the lunds and other inflammatory diseases and also for general felamle weakness and irregularities." There are illustrations of homemade farm appliances and sailor's knots in the back. L 2008.012.3-Book Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Kempf House Museum New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible contains analysis for study of 27 books of the bible, illustrated with engravings from various artists. "Wash. Hist. Soc." written in back L 2008.012.4-Book Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Kempf House Museum The Tribute Book is a record "of the munificence, self-sacrifice and patriotism of the American people during the war for the Union" and contains information about people who gave money and arms. Written back "Wash. Hist. Soc." Inscription inside "Mrs. A. D. Pelton Toledo O." Paper found insitde "To Blue Eye'd Zetta on her 7th Birth Day With the wish, that when ten times Seven Birth Days have passed away she will be just as happy and just as merry as today A friend, Edgar Willisms Chicago April 24, 1882" L 33-015-Book On Loan Bentley Dr. Chase's Recipes is a book of recipes, household hints and other useful information. Two handwritten recipes are at the museum numbered 33-015 L 2007.001.01-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves A Dr. Chase's Third and Last Receipt Book and Household Physician contains recipes for food, household items and remedies as well as household hints. Some handwritten recipes loose or written on pages included. A few illustrations and an index. Inscription 'H. D. Lindenman' in pencil inside cover L 2009.003.02-Booklet Page 119 Fair OK Katechismus is a small booklet in German, a Lutheran cathecism for Sunday School and home. Reserved for items found in collection in 2007

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The Gas Cook Book is a small cookbook given out by the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company. The front cover has a wood-look background with various kitchen utensils and foods, the back cover has a picture of a 1950s kitchen L 2009.003.14.1-Book, Instruction Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Hospitality in a "Jiffy" is a small cookbook given out by the Chelsea Milling Company in Chelsea Mic.. The front cover has blue lettering and a casserole pan over a sterno heater, the back cover has a picture of the various Jiffy products. L 2009.003.14.2-Book, Instruction Fair OK Wineberg, Susan "Jiffy" mixes Hospitality in a "Jiffy" is a small cookbook given out by the Chelsea Milling Company in Chelsea Mic.. The front cover has blue lettering , the back cover has a 'Did you Know?' section with facts listed. L 2009.006.1-Book, Instruction Excellent OK MOMS moveable shelves Hazel Proctor Walnut Pickles and Watermelon Cake: A Century of Michigan Cooking is a cookbook containing recipes, measuring tables, helpful hints and suggestions. Inscription 'For Hazel Proctor Best wishes to a fellow Michigan historian. Larry B. Massie.' L 2009.014-Newspaper Poor OK Favereau, Paul The Scio Township Zoning Ordinance was printed in its entirety in the December 28, 1972 edition of The Dexter Leader, Dexter, MI., pgs. 9-16. Page 9 has a map of the township with a scale of 1"=2400' L 2009.001.03-Yearbook Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves The Omega is the yearbook put out by the senior class of Ann Arbor High School. It is inscribed 'Catherine A. Steeb June 17, 1904.' She is pictured in one of the senior class photos and there is an article, 'The Rose Girl of '04', included in the book. In addition to articles and photos there are many local advertisements. L 2009.001.04-Catalog Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Annual Catalogue of the Ann Arbor Union School lists the school board, instructors, pupils and courses of study for the academic year 1859-1860 L 2009.001.05-Booklet Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Detroit: Its Trolleys and Interurbans discusses Detroit trolleys and the interurbans that connected Detroit to Pontiac, Jackson and Toledo. There are many illustrations and a few maps. L 2009.001.06-Book Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves The Pilgrim's Progress is a classic. In addition to the story, the book includes a biography of John Bunyan, some songs with words and music and a few illustrations. It is inscribed 'Presented to James O. Warner for reciting to me in Assembly Shorter Catechism. His friend and Pastor John N. (or M.) Greene.' L 2009.018-Book Fair OK Amended Charter of City of Ann Arbor approved April 27, 1893 as an act to reincorporate the city and Ordiances of the city of Ann Arbor. The front of the book is stamped 'Chief of Fire Dept.' in gold. There is a list of officers of city government for 1907-9, list of mayors from 1851 and presidents of council from 1889. L 2003.001.18-Map Fair OK Atlas of the World and Europe Made Over contains maps of 'Today, and Battlefields of Yesterday.' There are Page 120 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2003 Reserved for items found in collection in 2009

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summaries of the treaties of Germany and Austria, list of attendees of peace conference of Versailles, Atlantic Ocean flights, U.S. Army divisional insignia, list of notable battles, description of new boundaries of European countries, list of where each Army division was in France. On the front cover 'Compliments of The City Bakery Ann Arbor, Mich. Fred Heusel, Prop.' L 2009.001.12-Pamphlet Fair OK MoMS/file drawer You and the War is a small pamphlet about the Civil Defense Service Corps' many opportunities for serving the country. L 2009.001.13-Book Fair Shelf MOMS moveable shelves Old Chelsea Village depicts the history of Chelsea, MI through the use of captioned old photographs. O 2001.001.01-Nightgown Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Reserved for items found in collection in 2009 Reserved for items found in collection in 2009 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in 2001

White cotton with buttons down front, eyelet down front and around neck and sleeves, long sleeves with stitched pleats at end in 2 groups of 7 bordered by row of eyelet, yoke has stitched pleats in 6 groups of 7, eyelet border O 2002.010-Thermometer Good Glass, mercury, 0 - 120 degrees F in cardboard tube case. No. 1322-A Taylor Etched-Stem Thermometer, Taylor Instruments Companies, Rochester, NY, sold by Eberbach & Sons, Ann Arbor, MI O 2002.016.1-Box Good Tan boxboard, "Haarer & Goetz, 209 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich" on front, Haarer & Goetz in tan letters on burgundy background, other letters in burgundy on tan. O 2002.016.2-Box Good White boxboard, "Wadhams & Company Clothiers and Haberdashers Ann Arbor" in gold gothic letters, woman in black dress with red rose in hair and hand on a shaded red background inside gold oval on front. O 2002.016.3-Blotter Good White front with black letters, "for exclusive energine cleaners, for cleaning processing repairing Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer, 209 South Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, Michigan Phone 2505" on front, also "Swiss garment cleaning Company" in an oval on front, pink absorbant back O 2002.016.4-Can Good Metal, blue with tan and dark blue label, letters in red, white or blue on wide sides--"36 Readi-Bandages (Assorted Sizes)" in red, "Parke-Davis Readi-Bandages" in white, Parke-Davis logo in red O 2002.017.1-Brace Good OK Leg, child's, black leather, laced, toeless boot, black leather lace up shin guard, held together by 0.75" flat steel rods on each side of leg, jointed at ankle, leather ankle flap attaches to one side of metal brace, wire metal support around top and bottom of back shin guard. O 2002.006.1-Dress Good 2-piece, black silk/satin, top (a)--long sleeve-small leg of mutton with 4 horizontal tucks evenly spaced below elbow, black lace at wrist, high neck-beaded, lace around top, thine piece white net between collar and lace, hook and eye closing down front, short over-hip flounce, long satin strips hang from waist at left side, overflap of netting with black beads and sequins, fringe over shoulder and part way down bodice on either side of net Page 121 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 37 MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2 MOMS MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2 MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2

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overflap, band of beading across back neck and on sleeves, lined with black cotton. Skirt (b)--Black silk, shirred at waist, altered by owner at some time, Petticoat (c)--black taffeta, altered. Ruffle from skirt (d). Ruffle from petticoat (e) O 2002.006.2-Dress Good Black silk crepe, sleeveless, wide neckline, heavily beaded with flower, leaf and spiral designs, blouson drop-waist style (Flapper), large silk ribbon bow at left waist, dress open waist to shoulder underarms, attached black silk crepe slip lined with dark interfacing covers open area under arms. O 2002.006.3-Gown, Wedding Good Ivory silk, sleeveless, shirred drop waist skirt, attached chiffon underskirt with scalloped hem, 4.5" opening at front of skirt with inset of 6" layered netting, 4" netting around bottom of skirt, net around neck and in underarm gores, matching satin leaves and flowers appliqued up edge of skirt beside net inset-green embroidered veins in leaves + attached orange stamens in center of flowers, matching narrow satin fabric stitched above net insert in form of double bow at waist, 2 leaves and a flower attached to netting at left shoulder, hook & eye opening left side at waist, length-just below knee O 2002.006.4-Dress Good Pink/peach chiffon with ecru lace as collar, around waist and near hemline, waist and hemline lace scalloped 6" strips, scalloped hemline, sleeveless, separate capelet (b)--pink/peach chiffon at neck with 9" lace attached. Handmade O 2002.006.5-Veil Square of black chiffon ?? veil or shawl O 2002.009.01-Trunk, Doll Good MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 37 Janet Ferguson

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Janet Ferguson

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 37

Janet Ferguson

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Janet Ferguson

Bookstein, Edith

Wooden box covered with paper with pattern that makes it look like a trunk, 0.75" black metal strip around edge of top, metal latch and escutcheon, leather handles on each end, lined with leaf print tan paper inside O 2002.009.02-Doll, Paper Good Bookstein, Edith Set with clothing in styles of 1930s, in a cardboard box (see dimensions) with paper covered top of lilacs and Christmas list in pencil on back of box (see notes) O 2002.009.03-Clothes, Doll Good Bookstein, Edith Dress-pink sleeveless jumper with pleated skirt, 1" wide strips of lace around waist, up center of bodice and each side from waist over strap to form V in back, buttons up back O 2002.009.04-Xylophone Wooden frame with 10 metal tones CDEFGAHCDE O 2002.009.05-Arrowhead Black O 2002.009.06-Ring Child's, silver with tourquoise beads around O 2002.009.07-Mug Toy, small, white china with designs painted on--3 labeled a, b, c Page 122 Good Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith

ObjectID# / Objname O 2002.009.08-Saucer Toy, small, white china O 2002.009.09-Plate of deserts Clay plate of molded deserts O 2002.009.10-Plate of fruit clay plate of molded fruit O 2002.009.11-Clothes, doll

Collection

Condition Good Good Good Good Good

Status

Home location

Source Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith

Pair of shoes, bright pink satin with ties, flower attached to front O 2002.009.12-Box, Trinkets White china with gold accents, made to look like oval table, top has tea pot, cream pitcher and cup & saucer attached. O 2002.009.13-Stick Wooden, small mallet for playing xylophone O 2002.009.14-Game, Card Domino spots on one side-1 and 3 spots, on other side-a poem "The woman who could truly swear She's tasted Sugar to compare With CRYSTAL DOMINO SUGAR brand Has not appeared in any land" O 2002.009.16-Pin Silver with mother-of-pearl bar inset O 2002.009.15-Game, Card Domino spots on one side-blank and 3 spots, poem on other side "There is no better than the best The Sugar that stands every test Pure quality, appearance grand Is surely CRYSTAL DOMINO brand." O 2002.009.17-Key Group of miscellaneous keys (10) with note 'duplicate keys Dec. 1938' O 2002.009.18-Train Cast iron steam engine and coal car #150 O 2002.009.19-Train Cast iron flat bed train car, stationary wheels O 2002.022.1-Print Good OK Brown and white print of drawing by Charles Ciccarelli of scene from NW corner of Main & Washington St. looking SE, Ann Arbor, MI. Pen and ink drawing from 1862 photo. #240 of 400. O 2001.029-Quilt Page 123 Good OK Red and white style--red leaf and swag blocks on white background, red swags on white border MOMS moveable shelves/ E top sect. 4 MOMS moveable shelves Parker, Jane Fair Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith Fair Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith Good Bookstein, Edith

Sallade, Charlotte

ObjectID# / Objname O 2002.023.1-Pouch, shot

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box

Source Couture, Marilyn

Leather, dog scene embossed on both sides. A few shot pellets were also included in the donation. O 2001.030-Calendar Good

Linda J. Randolph

1978 Historical calendar put out by Ann Arbor Federal Savings, each month depicts scene from around the county, cover shows Barton Power House from Bird Hills, month of June is print of C. Fillmore of Dexter and his siblings including Pres. Millard Fillmore O 2001.032.01-Helmet O 2001.032.05-Cap Army, WWI, khaki twill with red trim O 2001.032.06-Cap Army, khaki, wool, metal circle pin with caduseus attached O 2001.032.07-Cap Good OK Good OK Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 Schneeberger, Janet Schneeberger, Janet Army, WWI, khaki colored, drawing of polar bear on an ice floe in white on front

Schneeberger, Janet

Schneeberger, Janet

Army, khaki, wool with gold trim. Circle pin-maroon with leaves + 35 years in gold stitched on. Veterans of Foreign Wars insignia + gold numerals 423 embroidered on one side. On other side-in gold 'Past Commander Ann Arbor Michigan' + white felt polar bear on ice floe applique O 2001.032.08-Pants Khaki, knicker length with laces at calf, WWI O 2001.032.09-Puttee Pair, khaki, canvas, lace up O 2001.032.11-Necktie Black silk, worn with square knot O 2001.032.12-Shirt Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK

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Schneeberger, Janet

Schneeberger, Janet

Schneeberger, Janet

Schneeberger, Janet

Middie style, navy blue, long sleeve, square patch on right sleeve-red anchor and shield insignia + USMS embroidered on, same symbol withoute letters on each corner of collar flap, white label-Size 40, Twining organization, War Shipping Administration Jan. 5, 1944 O 2001.032.13-Cap, sailor Black wool, U.S.M.S. in gold on brim O 2001.032.14-Shirt Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36

Schneeberger, Janet

Schneeberger, Janet

Middie style, white twill, long sleeves, anchor and shield insignia in red on corners of collar flap

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.032.15-Shirt

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36

Source Schneeberger, Janet

Middie style, white, light-weight twill, long sleeves, anchor and shield insignia in red on corners of collar flap, anchor and shield patch + USMS on right sleeve O 2001.032.16-Shirt Good OK Middie style, white, light-weight twill, sleeveless, anchor and shield insigina on corners of collar flap O 2001.033-Watch, Pocket Elgin, open face, silver case, plastic covering yellowed and loose O 2002.003-Rack Good OK Good OK

Schneeberger, Janet

Barbara & Marian Cope MOMS Marzolf, Marion

3-tier wooden revolving drying rack. Central shaft on 3-legged stand. Each tier has wooden bars that fold up umbrella style when not in use (3 bars missing from bottom tier). The legs have casters. O 2002.007-Token, Ration Good OK Collection of 125 ration tokens from World War II. Each token is red and made of pasteboard. They are stamped OPA red points and have a 1 in the center. O 2001.003.1-Dollhouse Excellent OK Dollhouse is a side-gable house made of wood painted yellow with a red roof. There is a red chimney with a yellow cap in the center of the roof and red trim around the windows. The porch, on the open front of the house, has a yellow floor and yellow balustrades. There are detached steps with red-brown treads and 3 yellow risers. The house has an open front which exposes 4 rooms, 2 upstairs and 2 downstairs. The stairs to the second floor are in the back of the lower left room and have a closet beneath then. The inside walls are painted white and there are curtains on all windows as well as between the doors. The back is solid wood. The furniture accompanying it is all hand-made, is numbered 2001.3.2-.40 and a list is on file. O 2001.004-Flag Good OK 48-star United States flag from World War I, used to drape the casket of the donor's father, Rev. William H. Husung at his death in 1935. O 2001.005-Token, Store Good OK Small round store token is made of tan pasteboard with stylized Greek head and date 1863. Verso reads "C.H. Millen, Dealer, Dry Goods & Groceries, Ann Arbor, Mich.". O 2001.007.2-Notepad Good OK The notepad has a tan cover folded at the side and has blank pages inside for writing notes, memos etc. The front cover has an advertisement for Banner Posts made by American Steel & Wire Co sold by Hindelang Hardware Company, Chelsea, MI. There is a July 1925-Dec. 1926 one page calendar on the inside back cover. O 2001.007.3-Token Good OK This is a round unpainted wood token with the words "Chelsea State Bank 100th Year, 1897--Anniversary--1997" in black. The reverse reads "Celebration of a Century Thanks for 100 Years" in black lettering. Its envelope also contains several 2 x 5" pink game tickets. The token and tickets were given to Ms. Wineberg on August 16, 1997 when, as President of the Washtenaw County Historical Society, she presented a certificate honoring the 100th anniversary of the bank which was founded Dec. 18, 1897, MOMS moveable shelves F upper MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #5 Husung, Ruth MoMS/file drawer 3R World Peterick, Donald & Caroline Wars MOMS moveable shelves Hatch, Patricia

Ashton, Jr., G. Ray

MoMS/file drawer 3 right-ad. Wineberg, Susan env. #1

MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising Env. #1

Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.007.8-Bottle

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS/metal shelves/box of bottles

Source Wineberg, Susan

This brown glass, 12 fl. oz. glass bottle is unopened and still contains its product. The label on the bottle reads ""Junior Size" Dad's Old Fashioned Root Beer". The bottle is from Dad's Root Beer Bottling Co., 401 Miller Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, Tel no. 5614. O 2001.009.1-Bodice Fair OK The bodice is part of a two-piece black silk wedding dress, It has a stand-up collar edged in lace and long slim-fitting sleeves with two rows of lace at the wrists. It has a tight-fitting waist, boned in both front and back. It buttons down the front with 12 black glass buttons. It is a jacket type and comes to a point in the front slightly below the waistline. Black lace trim goes across the yoke and down the front. The dress was worn by Pamelia Steansill at her wedding to George Keal on March 28, 1841. O 2001.009.2-Skirt Fair OK The black silk skirt is part of a two-piece wedding dress. It is long and gathered at the waist and has a double row of 2" ruffling at the bottom. It was worn by Pamelia Steansill at her marriage to George Keal on March 28, 1841. O 2001.010.5-Picture Fair OK This is a colored picture of a young girl in white dress, gloves and hat holding a fan. She is standing on a blue throw rug in a doorway in front of a stairway. The picture is printed on cardstock. The reverse states "Inez Presented by Mrs. Bruvaare Sept 1897" and bears a stamp from the Treasure Mart. O 2001.012-Cuff Good OK White lace cuff (1 only) of crocheted flowers and stems attached by crocheted filament with additional crochet around the edges. There are 5 thread-covered buttons. O 2001.014-Bottle, Medicine Good OK Medicine bottle of clear glass has a yellowed label which reads 'Oil of Lemon, W. H. Blome Ph.C.M.S., Pharmacist, 219 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, Mich.' It was found at the E.J. Allmendinger home. O 2001.015-Stand, Plant Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves-Acid Phebe J. Judson Free box #13

MOMS moveable shelves--Acid free box #13

Phebe J. Judson

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Wineberg, Susan document case #3

Pamela R. Delisle

MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising MOMS

Susan Wineberg

Mary Clare Beck

Plant stand with bamboo legs, a 12" square rattan top and an 11" square rattan shelf 10" from the floor. The top and shelf are edged with bamboo. O 2001.016-Stand, Plant Good OK MOMS Douglas Kelley Plant stand is a 6-sided wooden column with a 12" base. There are two pieces of quarter-round molding at the bottom, a piece of molding about 10" from the floor, another piece of molding near the top with a rounded piece of wood and then a flat piece of wood on top. O 2001.017.1-Crosstie Fair OK MOMS metal shelves DeCicco, Ronald Wooden railroad tie from the interurban tracks dug up from Packard Road, Ann Arbor, MI. Ties were layed with concrete between rather than the ballast found on railroads. O 2001.017.2-Frog plate Fair OK MOMS metal shelves DeCicco, Ronald Iron frog plate used to support the rail on the cross tie. The bottom of the frog plate was coated with tar on the surface in contact with the tie. A 5.5" iron spike, used to spike the rail to the cross tie, runs through the center. Both pieces are corroded and rusty. Page 126

ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.017.3-Paver brick

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS metal shelves

Source DeCicco, Ronald

Paver brick used to layer over the interurban tracks to create a road surface. The brick was hard-fired to produce a harder than normal building brick that could be driven on. The ties were removed but the rest of the tracks were bricked over. Dug up from Packard Rd., Ann Arbro, MI in June, 2001 when road was repaved.1935 O 2001.018.1-Chair Good OK Storage Smith, Shirley Armchair is of late Eastlake style. The back and seat are upholstered in a pale yellow floral stripe upholstery fabric attached by brass brads. The armrests are rounded and joined to the seat with a curved reeded section. There are metal casters on all four legs. The chair was reupholstered about 35 years ago. The chair is to be used for museum seating. O 2001.018.2-Chair Good OK Storage Smith, Shirley Armchair is Eastlake style with turned legs. The armrests have an upholstered section over straw in the center and may be the original upholstery. The back and seat are upholstered with a floral needlepoint on a black background. There are ceramic casters on the front legs. The needlepoint was done by the donor's mother-in-law to replace the original seat and back--possibly about 35 years ago. The chair is to be used for museum seating. O 2001.018.3-Chair, Slipper O 2001.019.1-Eyeglasses Good Good OK OK MOMS MOMS moveable shelves Smith, Shirley Husung, Ruth Small chair with gothic design on chair rail. Red plush velvet on seat and both sides of back. Eyeglasses with gold wire frames. Twisted wire across the nose piece was used to repair the glasses while overseas during WWI. O 2001.019.2-Muleshoe Good OK Small iron shoe for a mule. Found on the battlefield in France. Mules were used as pack animals during WWI. O 2001.019.3-Patch, Military Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-War Husung, Ruth

Husung, Ruth

The round patch has a red border with a red triangle on white in the center. A 0.75 x 0.25" bar pin is attached. The pin has a red background, blue border and a white center with a red triangle inside and the words '37th Div.' O 2001.019.4-Patch, Military Good OK Husung, Ruth Patch is a red V attached to a piece of khaki wool. It was cut from a uniform sleeve and indicates rank of private. O 2001.019.5-Medal, Good OK Commemorative Round brass coin medal. One side pictures the US seal flanked by two soldiers, lady liberty holding olive branch and sword behind seal. Words 'Commemoration of Peace with Victory' embossed around edge. The reverse is engraved 'Awarded to W. H. Husung by the Citizens of Jefferson County, Ohio for service in the World's Greatest War for liberty and the freedom of all nations 1917-1919.' O 2001.019.6-Pin Excellent OK The pin has an outer gold border and a blue background with a star and 'US' in the center in gold. The words 'American Legion' are in gold on the blue. Page 127 MOMS moveable shelves Husung, Ruth

MOMS moveable shelves

Husung, Ruth

ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.019.7-Pin

Collection

Condition Excellent

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Husung, Ruth

The small round pin has an outer gold border and a blue background with a star and 'US' in the center in gold. The words 'American Legion' are in gold letters on the blue. O 2001.021.01-Shirt Good OK Cub scout shirt is blue twill, long sleeve. It has 3 diamond-shaped Cub Scout patches, 1 gold arrow and 1 silver arrow sewn on left front. There is a Fiftieth Anniversary Achievement Award patch + the words 'Cub Scouts B.S.A. embroidered in yellow over the right front pocket, a diamond-shaped yellow patch with blue border + blue W on the right sleeve and a red patch with white border and white letters reading 'Portage Trail Council' , numeral patches 7 & 8 in white on red background, and a blue patch with 2 gold bars on the left sleeve. O 2001.021.02-Shirt Good OK Explorer scout shirt is dark green, long sleeve twill. A name tag, 'Alexander Gotz, is sewn in the neck. 'Explorer' in yellow is located over the left front pocket. There is an explorer emblem patch (O with a flattened tipped A through it) on the right front pocket and a red patch with white border and 'Portage Trails Council' plus numerals 11 in white on a red patch on the left sleeve. O 2001.021.03-Shirt Good OK Explorer scout shirt is dark green, short sleeved cotton. 'Explorer scout' is in yellow over left front pocket. O 2001.021.04-Pants Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 Nancy Bryk

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36

Nancy Bryk

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36

Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

Pants are dark green twill explorer scout pants. The name GOTZ is in ink on an inside pocket. O 2001.021.05-Pants Good OK

Nancy Bryk

The pants are olive green twill with red trim around the front pockets. They are part of a Boy Scout uniform. O 2001.021.06-Cap Good OK

Nancy Bryk

The cap is dark green twill with red trim. It has an Explorer scout emblem sewn on one side. A label inside reads 'Alexander Gotz.' O 2001.021.07-Garter Good OK Pair of garters of brown elastic that close with a leather and metal clasp. Each has 2 green knitted tassels attached. O 2001.021.08-Belt Good OK A strap of black webbing with a white plastic loop on one end. Opposit end fastens to velcro to form a loop. Used to carry items such as waterbottle on a belt. O 2001.021.09-Shirt Good OK Shirt is olive green, short sleeve cotton. There is a round red patch with black border, black owl in the middle with BSA in black under the owl on the right sleeve. On the left sleeve is a red patch with white border and words 'Portage Trails Council' in white plus two rectangular red patches with the numeral 1 in white sewn on to form an 11. The shirt is part of a Boy Scout uniform.

Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.021.10-Shirt

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36

Source Nancy Bryk

The shirt is olive green, short sleeved cotton. There is a round red patch with a black border, arrow and BSA on the right sleeve. On the left sleeve there is a curved red patch with the a white border and the words 'Ann Arbor' in white, a similar smaller patch with the word 'Mich', and 2 rectangular red patches with the numeral 1 in white sewn on to form the numeral 11. The shirt is part of a Boy Scout uniform. O 2001.021.12-Cap Good OK The cap is olive green with red trim. There is a diamond-shaped patch with the Boy Scout emblem of yellow fleur de lis and black eagle sewn on one side. 'T. Gotz' is written in ink inside. O 2001.021.11-Shorts Good OK Shorts are olive green cotton. 'S. GOTZ' is in ink on the inside. The shorts are part of a Boy Scout uniform. O 2001.021.13-Neckerchief Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36

Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

The neckerchief is a square piece of white cotton with red edges. In one corner there is a picture of crossed axes with the word 'WOODSMEN' in red above and the words 'Troop 11 Post 111 Ann Arbor, Mich.' below. A tag reading Alexander Gotz is sewn in one edge. O 2001.021.14-Neckerchief Good OK The neckerchief is a square piece of red cotton with the Boy Scout insignia and BSA in white in one corner. O 2001.021.15-Slide, Scarf Good OK

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Nancy Bryk

Nancy Bryk

The slide is a white bull's head made of plaster of paris. It is meant to be worn with the Boy Scout neckerchief. O 2001.021.16-Sock Good OK

Nancy Bryk

Pair of olive green knee length knitted socks. They are a part of the Boy Scout uniform. O 2001.021.17-Sock Good OK

Nancy Bryk

Two olive green short knitted socks. Each is a different size. They are part of a Boy Scout uniform. O 2001.021.18-Patch O 2001.021.19-Necktie The tie is burgundy cotton. There is an official Boy Scout tag on the inside. O 2001.021.20-Belt Good OK Good Good OK OK

Nancy Bryk Nancy Bryk

Small, round, red patch with a black border, a black embroidered owl drawing and BSA in black.

Nancy Bryk

The belt is of white webbing. It has a brass buckle with the Explorer scout insignia embossed on it. 'GOTZ' is in ink on the back of the belt. O 2001.021.21-Belt Good OK The belt is of blue webbing. It has a brass buckle with the Cub Scout insignia embossed on it.

Nancy Bryk

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2001.021.22-Belt

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MoMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #36 MOMS moveable shelves Storage

Source Nancy Bryk

The belt is olive green webbing. It has a brass buckle with the Boy Scout insignia embossed on it. 'OKEY' is written on the back in ink. O 2001.021.23-Belt Good OK The belt is a stiff blue flannel with leather ends and metal buckle. It is part of a Cub Scout uniform. O 2001.022-Buttonhook O 2001.024-Stretcher, Curtain O 2001.025.4-Album, Record Good Fair Good OK OK OK

Nancy Bryk

Marian H. Cope Francis, Irene Wineberg, Susan

Buttonhook is a circular steel rod bent into a buttonhook at one end and a loop handle at the other end.

Record album of popular country and Western ballads by Joe Dowell. It was issued by Ann Arbor Federal Savings as part of the celebration of the newly enlarged main office at the corner of Liberty and S. Division Sts. The album cover has a picture of the bank and its history on one side. O 2001.027-Apron Good OK Weid, Margaret Apron is of white denim with ties at the waist. There is a 6.75" pocket the full width of the apron with seams sewn to form 3 sections (2 wide and 1 narrow). The words 'Washtenaw Lumber Co., 304 Depot St., Ann Arbor, Mich 663 8551' are stamped in black across the pockets. Across the top are the words 'Andersen Windowalls, America's Most Wanted Window' stamped in black as well as an orange and black AW logo. O 2002.002.08-Dish, Bonbon Small round cut crystal dish. Large star pattern and cut top edge. O 2002.002.10-Dish, Candy Good OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #7 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #7 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free Box #38 Bach, Doris

Bach, Doris

Round, footed candy dish with cover. Thumbprint design. Lid has center knob finial handle O 2002.011-Chain, Key Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

Stamped metal oval tokens. One side reads 'Finder Please Return to Mack & Co., Ann Arbor, Mich.' On verso are the numbers 1084 and 4020, respectively, for mail drop of lost keys. No chain O 2002.018.1-Gown, Wedding Good OK Dress is white net over white satin. There is a net ruffle with lace edging around the neck. The long net sleeves have a lace ruffle at the wrist and a slip which closes with 7 net-covered satin buttons. There is a long net train with a lace-edged net ruffle whick extends from just below the waist line in the back. O 2002.018.2-Dress Good OK Dress is of black crepe. It has long sleeves and a satin tie at the waist. There is a satin flower and stem applique design on the upper front that extends over the shoulder seams. O 2002.018.3-Dress Good OK Sleeveless dress of black crepe. There is a bow at the top of the shoulderseam armhole opening in back.

Sallade, Charlotte

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #38 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #38

Sallade, Charlotte

Sallade, Charlotte

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2002.018.4-Gown

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #38 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #38 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-Free Box #38

Source Sallade, Charlotte

Long prom dress has a bodice of ecru eyelet lace over an ecru satin slip. The skirt is of blue silk with fabric piping down the center with fabric buttons (do not open) and frog closures. O 2002.018.5-Jacket Good OK Jacket is an open style of black crepe with a gold thread design running through it. It has elbow length sleeves. To be worn with 2002.18.3 O 2002.018.6-Belt Good OK Detached belt of black crepe with gold thread design running through it. To be worn with 2002.18.3 O 2002.021.1-.4-Coathanger Good OK

Sallade, Charlotte

Sallade, Charlotte

Ristine, Lita

4 wire hangers made out of steel rod for hanging clothing. They are made of twisted steel rods. Three are for coats (.1-.3) and one is a combination coat and pants hanger (.4). O 2002.021.5-Last, Shoe Shoe last is made of cast iron. It has some rust on the surface. O 2002.021.6-Bob, Plumb Good OK Good OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Ristine, Lita # 4/box 2 Ristine, Lita

Heavy weight with a wire hook at one end. The weight is cone shaped metal wrapped around concrete. The hook extends from the wide end of the cone. The narrow end is plugged with a piece of wood. O 2002.021.7-Basket Good OK Ristine, Lita Rectangular wire basket with wire handle all made of steel rod. It is divided into 4 sections for carrying large milk bottles from delivery wagon to home. The handle has a reeded red rubber grip over the wire. O 2002.021.8-Bottle Good OK Ristine, Lita Clear glass milk bottle marked 'use Sealtest Dairy Products' on two sides. Near bottom is written 'one qt. liquid' and 'registered sealed 14 Detroit Creamery Co. 02 Detroit Mich'. On the bottom it is marked 'Pat. 1650440 Nov. 22, 27' and '3-46', O 2002.022.2-Print Good OK Brown and white print of drawing by Charles Cicarelli of the interurban on Huron St. Ann Arbor, MI with the county building in the background. Pen and ink drawing of old photograph, c1900. #240 of 450. O 2002.022.3-Print Good OK Brown and white print of drawing by Charles Cicarelli of the Spoor and Thompson Harness Shop, Wallaby Boot and Shoe Store, C.L. Park Boot and Shoe, and C.E. thompson Leather Store. Pen and ink copy of an old photograph, c1890s. #240 of 450. O 2002.022.4-Drawing Good OK Black and white pen and ink drawing of scene at Cape Cod by Charles Cicarelli entitled "Sand, Wind and Sea" showing small boat sailing near shore line. O 2002.021.9-Bottle Good OK Clear glass milk bottle marked 'Washtenaw Dairy'. It is rectangular in shape with hand indents for easy pouring. Near the bottom are the words 'half gallon liquid' and '2 Reg. sealed 1_52080'. On the bottom are the words 'Ann Arbor Michigan 65', Page 131 MOMS moveable shelves/E top sect. 4 MOMS moveable shelves/F top sect. 5 Parker, Jane

Parker, Jane

MOMS moveable shelves/F top sect. 5

Parker, Jane

Ristine, Lita

ObjectID# / Objname O 2002.024.01-Beater, Rug

Collection

Condition Good Good Good Good Good Good

Status OK OK OK OK OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/C MOMS moveable shelves/C MOMS moveable shelves/C

Source Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda

Bent wire beater section with wooden handle. O 2002.024.02-Beater, Rug O 2002.024.03-Cane Hand-made wooden, nubbed. Plastic foot which may have been added later. O 2002.024.04.1-Sadiron Made of cast iron. Handle is missing O 2002.024.04.2-Rest, Iron Flat triangular shaped piece of cast iron used to rest a hot iron. O 2002.024.05-Ring, Napkin Silver ring surrounded by animals on a flat piece O 2002.024.06.1-3-Set, Last & Good OK 1.) Jack Stand,14.5"Hx 1.75"W with 6" x 3.5" base, slight angle 2.25" from top, groved to hold last, mounted on 9" x 5.25" x 1.5" wooden block. 2.) Cast iron shoe last, size 3, with round toe 3.) Cast iron shoe last, size 3, pointed toe., 8.75"L x 2.75"W O 2002.024.07-Purse Suede with two metal clasps. One clasp opens to small pouch for change. O 2002.024.08-Cup O 2002.024.09-Tray, Dresser White glass with molded scrolls and hand-painted flowers in yellow and black. O 2002.024.10-Receiver, Hair/Box, Trinket White glass with hand-painted flowers in yellow and black. O 2002.024.11-Currency Good OK Bauer, Matilda Fair Good OK OK Bauer, Matilda Bauer, Matilda White china, scrolled handle. Small raised leaf design. 'Linden' is written on the bottom. China is crazed. Good OK Bauer, Matilda MOMS/Large gray plastic box Bauer, Matilda #4 Beater section and handle made of woven bamboo. Handle is covered with black electrical tape.

Fair

OK

10,000 German Reichbank notes (2) from Berlin dated January 19, 1922. They are labeled 11.1 and 11.2. .1 is stamped 9g-.33008 in red. The reverse has 'Oct. 31-23' written on in pencil. .2 is stamped W-01446246 in red. The back has no pencil marks. O 2002.026.1-Suit, Bathing One-piece suit of gray wool in the style of the 1930s. O 2002.026.2-Shirt White linen nightshirt. AG embroidered in pink. Good OK Good OK

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White linen nightshirt. DW 12 embroidered on in pink. O 2002.026.4-Shoe Good OK

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Pair of black shoes with strap with black button attachment. Low heel. Sole is stamped 'Carnezio Student tap shoe'. There are two white stickers on the heel of the left shoe. One reads '$14.00 pair', the other 'tap shoes'. There are no taps attached to the shoes. They were a gift to Hanne Lillich from Frau Gordenker of Ann Arbor. O 2000.002-Chair Good OK MOMS Timberlake, Kathleen Chair has a chrome frame. The 4" padded seat and the 1" padded back is covered in green naugahyde. The chair is from the Ann Arbor bus terminal and dates from the 1930s O 2000.003.1-Blotter Good OK Blotter of white paper with blue lettering. There is a picture of a Traveler's Check dated 1948 and the words '"Protected Travel Funds" Sold in neat wallets here Ann Arbor Bank, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was a give-away advertising item from the bank. O 2000.003.2-Blotter Good OK Blotter has a white background with blue and red lettering. There is a picture of the American flag and a small picture enclosed in a circle of a striped tent with sides. In blue lettering is '"If need be, America Will Be Ready!" Flags for all occasiions, Flag Decorations Fox Tent & Awning Co. If it's made of cnavas we make it' and in red lettering '624 South Main St. Phone 2-4407 Ann Arbor, Michigan'. The back of the blotter is blue. This was an advertising give-away item. O 2000.003.3-Blotter Good OK Blotter is white paper with a picture of a boy and girl playing with a toy coal truck and a picture of a man delivering coal from a similar truck. Written on the blotter are the following: in black 'Early Buyers', in yellow 'Semet-Solvay Coke', in black 'Get low prices Buy today from Ann - A Fuel Company 214 East Madison Ave. Phone 4247 Ann Arbor, Michigan'. The blotter was an advertising give-away item. O 2000.003.4-Inkwell Good OK Ink pot is made of leaded crystal. It is square with rounded corners. A note attached to the bottom reads 'Ink pot, Geo. Wahr Books, Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 2002.023.2-Grapeshot Small bag of shot pellets. O 2002.024.17-Release, News Fair OK Bauer, Matilda Newspaper picture of first Board of Park Commissioners of Ann Arbor. They are, from left (standing), Levi D. Wines, Royal S. Copeland, Henry W. Douglas and George P. Burns. Seated is David F. Allmendinger. O 2002.024.20-Tin Good Bauer, Matilda Rectangular tin box painted gold. Top has a painted scene of a house by a stream plus an inset picture of a woman at a spinning wheel. The gift box was a container for Gilbert Chocolates. O 2002.030.1-Cutter Good OK MOMS moveable shelves K Ristine, Lita Sleigh is hand-made of wood. There is a wooden box seat over wooden runners with a handle that flares out from the back of the seat. The seat is lined with maroon velvet and decorated with a decal on the outside. The Page 133 Good OK Couture, Marilyn MOMS/file drawer 3R-ad. env. Wineberg, Susan #1

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runners have a steel plate over the wood. The box seat sits on a tin piece that extends to the front curve of the cutter. O 2000.005.1-Print, Photographic Good OK Picture of a family and a dog in front of a house in an embossed gary mat with a separate label below on white cardstock which reads 'Mary Collins Johns Ives (seated) circa 1904". Both are mounted on a black background in a 9.5x12" black frame. O 2000.005.2-Picture, Needlework Good OK 4 strips of hand-made lace mounted on a black background in a 9.25 x 10.5" black frame. The top strip is a floral dsesign in white, 1.5" wide. Next is a strip of crocheted squares in white 0.75" wide. Below that is a strip in a very delicate leaf pattern in tan 1.25" wide. The bottom strip is satin-stitched openwork embroidery on white cotton with a tiny lace edging. O 2000.005.3-Picture, Needlework Good OK Two pieces of hand-made lace mounted on a black background in a 8.75 x 12.75" black frame. One is a very delicate design done in a circle and the other is a very delicate design done in the shape of an eight-pointed star. O 2000.005.4-Picture, Needlework Good OK Hand-made lace collar mounted on a black background in a 19.25 x 20.25" black frame. The scroll design comes to a point at both shoulders and at the back. O 2000.006.1-Bank, Still Good OK Silver colored oval coin bank with a wire handle and slot on top. Stamped inside an oval on one side 'Ann Arbor Savings Bank 616 Ann Arbor, Mich.' Stamped on the bottom above a key slot 'The Portable Safe, Patents Pending Automatic Recording Safe Co., Chicago U.S.A.' O 2000.006.2-Purse, Change Good OK Leather pouch with clasp closure which folds over to form a flap the size of the pouch. The closure is an embossed metal plate depicting a boat, ship, train and circurlar seal surrounded by the words 'Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915'. Inside under a piece of plastic is an advertisement for 'The Midway, E.T. Alber & Co., The Best of Everything to Eat & Drink, 208 So. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.'. O 2000.006.3-Purse, Change Good OK Leather pouch with a clasp closure. The closure is a black metal plate with a raised floral design which folds over the pouch to make a flap which covers about half of the pouch. Inside under plastic behind the plate it reads 'The Midway, E.T. Alber & Co. The Best of Everything to Eat & Drink, 208 S. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 2000.007.1-Plate, Good OK Commemorative rim. A drawing of a brick building in brown with the words '125th Anniversary' above White china with gold and 'Bethel A.M.E. Church below cover the whole plate. The history of the church is printed on the back and reads ' Organized 1855, Became unit of A.M.E. 1875, 1st Structure built 1891, Broke ground for new sanctuary April 11, 1969, Relocated and built 1971-1972, Cornerstone laying Dec. 17, 1972, Dedication service Sept. 15, 1974.' O 2000.007.3-Bric-a-brac Copper over brass plate stamped with a floral design. Page 134 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/F upper, sect. 1 Kirsten Dahlberg

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O 2000.007.4-Bric-a-brac

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Copper over brass plate stamped with a tiger hunt scene with two turbaned men in the center and a building in the background. Around the rim of the plate is a stamped floral design. O 2000.008.3-Block, Fabric Good OK

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Shaped block of wood with a flower and leaf design carved into the top. The opposite side of the block is carved into the shape of a handle. It was probably used for making batik fabric. O 2000.008.5-Cup Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

Yellow plastic with a molded handle and fluted cup-holder base. The outline of a circle is stamped in black on one side of the cup. Inside the circle in black 'German Park 50 Years 1938-1988'. On the opposite side is a line drawing of the gate and road into the park and the words 'German Park Recreation Club, Ann Arbor, Mich.' all in black. O 2000.010.01-Calendar Good OK 1952 monthly calendar on white paper bound at the top with a metal spine. There is a picture in black of a building on the front with the words 'ANN ARBOR BANK' in red beneath the picture. Other words in black or red give information about the bank such as locations, capital, resources. O 2000.010.02-Case, Needle Good OK A premium handed out by Ann Arbor Fuel & Supply Co., 202-220 E. Madison St., Ann Arbor, MI. The case is a folder made of yellow cardstock with black lettering. There is a picture of a coal scuttle and shovel on the front and there are many advertisements for the company printed on the folder. O 2000.010.03-Blotter Good OK White cardstock with the word 'Cash' in a red section. An advertisement for Legal Loan Company, Rm 4 Kresge Building, S.W. Corner Main & Washington St., Ann Arbor, MI is printed on it in black and red lettering. O 2000.010.04-Fan Good OK Cardstock handscreen with a picture of Madonna (in red robe) and child on one side. On the reverse are the words 'Use Superior Dairy Products' and a advertisement for a publishing company in Ann Arbor, MI. There is also a stamp reading 'Fischer's Pharmacy, Cor. E. Liberty & Fifth Ave' on the reverse. Shape is a scalloped-edge rectangle that tapers to a rounded narrow handle at the bottom. O 2000.010.05-Bottle Good OK Brown glass. Words 'Michigan Union Brewing Co. Ann Arbor, Mich. registered Pure & Without Drugs or Poison' embossed on the bottle. "732ES" is embossed near the bottom. O 2000.010.06-Bottle Good OK Clear glass milk bottle with 'Ann Arbor Dairy Co. One Pint Liquid' embossed near the bottom. On the bottom of the bottle is an embossed circle and the following marks: letter H in a diamond in an oval, sideways A to the right, 18 below. Page 135

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.010.07-Bottle

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS/metal shelves/box of bottles

Source Wineberg, Susan

Clear glass rectangular milk bottle with a white plastic snap-on sipping lid. The words 'Washtenaw Independent Dairy, Ann Arbor, Mich' are in blue on two opposite sides. The words '10 cent Deposit' are in blue on the other two sides. 'One Pint Liq.' is printed near the bottom. The bottom is marked with a 6. O 2000.010.08-Bottle Good OK Clear fluted glass. The words 'Kleis Beverage Co.' is embossed on one side and 'Ann Arbor, Michigan 6 fl.oz.' on the opposing side. On the bottom there is an embossed K and 'registered'. O 2000.010.09-Dish Good OK Small white glazed china dish with a blue line around the rim and a yellow line around the inside near the bottom. There is a small blue medallion between thetwo lines which has 'ULofM' inside it in blue with the L being larger than the other letters. The bottom is marked 'Old Forge Syracue China O-P-GO' O 2000.010.10-Pick, Ice Good OK 4.5" steel pick attached to a 4.25" rounded wood handle. The words 'Artificial Ice Co.' are stamped on in black. O 2000.010.13-Tray Good OK

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Rectangular glass tray, black edges. Design divided into three sections. Top left section is a 1.75 x 1.85" white area edged in gold with a gold and black crest in a green square with the letters BH and GC inside. Top right section is a 6.25 x 2" white area edged in gold with a gold drawing of a building with green trees around it. Lower section is a 8.25 x 4.25" white area edged in gold with the words 'Barton Hills Country Club Ann Arbor, Michigan' in gold and the layout of a golf course in green and gold. O 2000.010.14-Tray Good OK Rectangular black glass tray with a drawing of manufacturing plant and grounds in gold and silver and the words 'Hydra-Matic Div. of General Motors Corporation Ypsilanti, Michigan' in gold O 2000.010.15-Plate, Good OK Commemorative rim, drawing of manufacturing plant entrance in blue, drawing of engine and the number White china with gold '1976' below it in red. The words '200 TURBO HYDRA-MATIC BY THE TRANSMISSION PEOPLE OF GM' are in blue above the drawings and 'UNITED STATES BICENTENNIAL 200 YEARS' in blue below the drawings. '1776' is to the left of the drawings and '1976' is to the right. O 2000.010.16-Plate, Good OK Commemorative White china with gold rim, red-brown drawing of church building and words 'St.Thomas the Apostle Church Ann Arbor Michigan 1835 - Sesquicentennial Celebration - 1985' O 2000.010.17-Plate, Good OK Commemorative White china, black transfer drawing of church building and words 'St. Andrew's Church, shield with red X on white. Piece of red felt glued to back with sticker that reads 'Ruth Sizer Marshall, Decopeur' O 2000.010.18-Plate, Commemorative Page 136 Good OK

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White china, 1.25" fluted edge with gold floral pattern. In center of plate, drawing of church building and the words 'Second Baptist Church Ann Arbor Michigan' in brown. A history of the Robe Club, whose purpose is to furnish robes for the minister, assistant and choir, is on the back. The club was organized October 2, 1952. Plate was probably a fund raiser for the Club. O 2000.010.19-Plate, Good OK Commemorative pattern around edge, drawing of church building and the words 'Trinity Evangelical White china with gold Lutheran Church Ann Arbor, Michigan' in green. History of the church on the back 'Org. April 2, 1893 Rev. W.L. Tedrau 1st Pastor, First worship service held in church building Nov. 11, 1894, Church building formally dedicated April 15, 1896, Present Pastor Rev. Richard I. Preis 1959'. O 2000.010.20-Pin Good OK Small, round, blue pin-back button pin with white letters 'Sleepless in Ann Arbor' 'Mellon Bank' plus a white logo in the lower left. O 2000.010.21-Button, Campaign Good OK Small, round, white pin-back button pin with blue edge. 'BULLARD for Congress' in red in center. O 2000.010.22-Pin Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising Wineberg, Susan

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Small round metal pin-back button pin in three colors. Top section is black with the words 'German Park' in yellow, center section is red with words '50 Years' in black, bottom section is yellow with '1938-1988' in red. O 2000.010.23-Pin Good OK Small, round metal pin-back button. White background with drawing of jesters in black, words 'Michigras 86' in red. O 2000.010.24-Pin Good OK Small, round metal pin-back button. White background, red lips in center. Words 'Community News Center' in red below. O 2000.010.25-Pin Good OK Small round metal pin-back button pin. Blue background with white letters reading 'Good Schtuff ' in center and 'The Old Heidelberg Has Just Ask Fritz' ariround the edge. O 2000.010.26-Pin Good OK Small round metal pin-back button pin. Blue background, drawing of Indian dream catcher in black with words 'Special Guest' across and words 'Ann Arbor Pow Wow 1989' in black around edge. O 2000.010.27-Pin Good OK Small round gold colored metal tab-back button pin. AA 150 logo in center and words 'From the Past to the Present for the Future Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial 1824-1974' in black around the edge. O 2000.010.28-Pin Good OK Crest-shaped metal pin. White background with gold around edge. Picture of gold outlined green tree with picture of a skier in gold in front of tree and words 'Ann Arbor' in gold above. O 2000.010.29-Chain, Key Page 137 Good OK Opaque, glow-in-the-dark plastic key chain in the shape of a number one. Gold letters 'You're number 1 with

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us Ann Arbor Muffler 2333 Jackson Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48103'. Wire circle for keys attached to top. O 2000.010.30-Pick, Ice Good OK 4" metal pick with 4.15" squared wooden handle. Handle is stamped 'The Artificial Ice Co.' in black. MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 Wineberg, Susan

O 2000.012.01-Chain, Key

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OK

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Barrel-shaped key chain/coin holder of blue and white plastic with bead snap chain. Blue end has a slot for nickels, white end has a smaller slot for pennys. The words 'A A Buick No 2-3103 Buick Opel' are printed in blue on the white end. O 2000.012.02-Pin Good OK Small round metal pin-back button pin. White background with red heart in center. 'YPSI' in white in center of heart. O 2000.012.03-Chain, Key Good OK Soft plastic key chain in the shape of a hot air balloon. One side pictures a red and black balloon with the words 'First of America' on the black section. The other side is white with the words 'First of America Ann Arbor 50th Anniversary 1986' in black. Chain is missing. O 2000.012.04-Chain, Key Good OK

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Oval piece of aluminum. Embossed on one side is 'Ann Arbor Bank Ann Arbor Michigan'. The other side is embossed '2011, Owner's no. registered Drop in mail box'. Beaded clasp chain attached. O 2000.012.05-Matchbook Good OK White paper matchbook. NBT logo in dark red on one side. On the other side there is an NBT logo embossed in white with the words 'National Bank and Trust Company of Ann Arbor Ann Arbor Michigan' in red beneath the logo. O 2000.012.06-Pencil Good OK White graphite pencil with eraser on the end. Stamped on in red letters is 'Fingerle Lumber Co. No. 3, 617 S. Fifth Ave. Ann Arbor Michigan Phone 667-0581'. O 2000.012.07-Pen, Ball-point Good OK White plastic with yellow plastic cap. 'Michigan' in yellow with 'Ensian' in blue over it and 'Yearbook www.michiganensian.com Don't Forget about ME!' in blue printed on the body of the pen. O 2000.012.08-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Green plastic retractable ball-point with pocket clip. Stamped on in gray letters 'Glomasters Painting 2667 Packard Road Ann Arbor, Michigan (313)973-1810 Best Bargain'. O 2000.012.09-Holder, Coin Good OK Dime saver booklet in white and black cardboard. One side has the following: 'National Bank and Trust Company of Ann Arbor, Main at Washington Ann Arbor Michigan, Daily Dime Saver' in white on the black areas, a picture of a dime in the upper right, a blue ribbon forming a circle in the center with 'National Bank and Trust Company' in black letters on the ribbon, NBT logo in white on a black scroll inside the ribbon circle, 'since 1893' in black between the ends of the ribbon. The other side has drawings of the main bank and Page 138 MOMS moveable shelves/small plastic box #4 Wineberg, Susan

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all branches. Inside there are slots for 30 dimes. O 2000.012.10-Tray Good OK Smokey glass commemmorative tray with picture of a building in white and gold with gold trees on the right and left of the building. 'AAFS' in gold on the building. O 2000.012.11-Ashtray Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising Wineberg, Susan

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Clear glass with black medallion transfer of Ann Arbor city logo in the center. The logo reads 'The city of Ann Arbor, founded in 1824, incorporated in 1851' and has drawings of buildings and an arbor. There are indentations at each corner to rest a cigarette on. O 2000.012.12-Token Good OK Two small round copper-colored bus tokens stamped AATA. Tokens are for the Ann Arbor Transit Authority bus route serving Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti with special buses to Saline and Chelsea. O 2000.012.13-Pen, Ball-point Good OK White plastic ball-point pen with 'The Michigan Group Realtors, Ann Arbor, MI Bob Hefner Off. 662-8600, Res. 662-3958' in red stamped on. Cap missing. O 2000.012.14-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Green plastic pencil-style ball-point pen with an eraser at one end. 'The Sight Shop 613 E. University Ann Arbor 662-5903' stamped on in gold letters. O 2000.012.15-Coaster Good OK Round coaster made of cork. A blue oak leaf design and blue letters reading 'Bank of Ann Arbor (313)662-1600' are printed on one side. O 2000.012.16-Brush, Clothes Good OK

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Soft white bristles in a yellow plastic handle. Drawing of a building and the words 'Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association, organized 1890, Liberty at Division' stamped in black on the handle. O 2000.012.17-Pin Good OK

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Round white pin-back button pin with the words 'Washtenaw County Historical Society' centered on the pin. The letters WCHS are red and the rest of the letters are black. The words 'is Washtenaw's memory' are in black letters around the bottom edge. O 2000.012.18-Cover, Checkbook Good OK Blue plastic cover for personal checks. Drawing of an apple and the letters 'Huron Valley National Bank Ann Arbor Michigan 48106' stamped on one side in gold. O 2000.012.19-Pen, Ball-point Good OK

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Blue plastic retractable ball-point pen with pocket clasp. 'Rhichardson's Pharmacy' and the business logo stamped on in white.

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.012.20-Chain, Key

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location

Source Wineberg, Susan

Soft white plastic rectangle. One side is printed to look like a check for the University of Michigan Credit Union with a blue block M in the middle. On the reverse is the advertisement 'Credit Union (313)662-8200 1-800-968-UMCU' in blue. Circular wire holder for keys attached to one end. O 2000.012.21-Matchbook Good OK Blue-green folding paper matchbook. White letters on the striking side read 'Ann Arbor Federal Savings'. On the reverse, in white letters 'Liberty at Division. On the inside there is a drawing of a building and the words 'Your Savings and Loan Association' in white. O 2000.014.01-Pin Good OK Small round metal pin-back button pin. Black with red and blue design. Words as follows: In black letters in blue section 'Mayor Louis D. Belcher'; in white letters on red section 'Las Vegas'; in black letters on red section in center 'Millionaires Party'; in red letters on lower black section 'to benefit the Michigan Theater'. O 2000.014.03-Chain, Key Good OK Small round white plastic piece with metal chain and ring for keys attached. On one side, drawing of building in gold and the letters 'organized 1890'. The opposite side has a gold center with gold lettes around saying 'Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association'. O 2000.014.02-Case, Thread Good OK Blue plastic envelope holding cardstock card with thread in 6 colors wrapped around it. Also included are 2 needles and a needle threader. One side of the case is blue with the words 'National Bank & Trust Company of Ann Arbor "Customer-ized Banking Services" Ann Arbor - Milan' and the NBT logo in gold. The other side of the case is clear plastic. O 2000.014.04-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Dark blue pencil-style ball-point pen with eraser on one end. Stamped on in gold letters are the words 'Kerrytown Concert House'. No cap. O 2000.014.05-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Black plastic pencil-style ball-point pen. No cap. Stamped on in silver are the words 'Bill Tarrier - Your Allstate Agent 2140 Washtenaw 662-5611 485-6870 "You're in good hands with Allstate"'. O 2000.014.06-Magnet Good OK Gold plastic card glued to black plastic bendable magnet. The card has a picture of Burton Tower, University of Michigan in blue. Beside the picture in blue letters are the words 'University of Michigan CREDIT UNION' and below is '(313)662-8200 In Michigan: 1-800-422 UMCU Rateline: (313)662-UMCU' O 2000.014.07-Chain, Key Good OK Blue plastic square. On one side there is a white triangle in the upper left corner with a map of Michigan in blue on it. Beneath it are the words 'Michigan National Bank' in white. On the other side in white is '1-800-CALL MNB'. The square is incased in clear plastic. There is a wire circle attached for keys. O 2000.014.08-Matchbook Good OK Folding paper match book. The cover is red with a vertical yellow stripe and white letters reading 'Ann Arbor Bank Five Banking Offices'. The back is red with a drawing of a building in white and the words 'Ann Arbor Bank'. Page 140 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Advertising MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 Wineberg, Susan MOMS moveable shelves/small plastic box #4 Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.014.09-Matchbook

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Condition Good

Status OK

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Folding paper match book. The cover is yellow with a vertical blue stripe and blue lettes reading 'Ann Arbor Bank Five Banking Offices'. The is yellow with a drawing of a building in blue and the words 'Ann Arbor Bank'. O 2000.014.10-Pencil Good OK Aqua graphite pencil with 'Inn Shop Custom T-Shirts Ann Arbor (313)663-7155' stamped on in a darker shade of aqua. O 2000.014.11-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Blue plastic and silver aluminum retractible ballpoint pen with metal pocket clip. In gray letters on the blue section are the words 'Automobile Clubs of Michigan Tom Conrad Sales Representative Ann Arbor Ofc. Ph. 769-5000' There is a AAA logo stamped on the gray section. O 2000.014.12-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Gray plastic retractable ball-point pen with a metal pocket clip. There is a dark red parallelogram stamped with gray letters 'AATA'. Beside that are blue letters reading 'The Ride Ann Arbor Transportation Authority For information call 996-0400'. O 2000.014.13-Booklet Good OK Folder containing a pull-down card which provides metric coversions. Converts from miles to kilometers, ounces to grams, pounds to kilograms, Fahrenheit to Celsius etc. It is in black, red and yellow and depicts a gasoline pump, a can, a runner, a child on a scale with a woman standing behind him. It is titled 'Metrics Made Easy' and contains advertising for Huron Valley National Bank, Ann Arbor, MI. O 2000.014.14-Chain, Key Good OK White plastic circle with three cut-out arcs to form slots--2 nickel-size and 1 penny-size. On one side in blue letters is written 'Aprill Insurance Agency, 331 E. Huron St. Ann Arbor, Mich. Phone 2-4507. Beaded clasp chain attached. O 2000.014.15-Token, Store Small round metal game token from Simulation Station. O 2000.014.16-Check, Bank Good OK Booklet of check styles available. A different design on each check. There is also a deposit slip sample included. Written across the top sample is 'Welcome, Bank of America Ann Arbor Michigan 48104'. O 2000.014.17-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Plastic retractable ball-point pen with a purple body and teal ends. On the purple section in white is a drawing of hands and the letters 'BMC Media Services'. Plastic teal pocket clasp with 'Video Graphic Design-Illustration-Photography-Interactive Media 313 998-6140'. O 2000.014.18-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Plastic retractable ball-point pen with black ends and an irridescent blue body. Stamped on the body in white is 'Decker Drugs 320 S. State St. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 (313)663-4121'. O 2000.014.19-Program, Dance Fair OK Folded paper dance card with '41 in the upper right corner. Inside there is a list of chaperones and class officers, 2 pages of signatures for 10 dances and extras. There is a picture of a dancing couple and the words Page 141 Good OK

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'The Senior Frolic The Michigan League Ann Arbor, Michigan', 'Music by Hal Canter'. There is a 2" pencil attached by a string. O 2000.015.01-Glove Good OK Pair of man's gloves made of bear skin. They have leather palms, a large flared cuff and a corduroy and felt lining. O 2000.015.02-Bonnet Good OK Hand-made. Blue velvet body with brown velvet around face and neck. There is beige lace over the brown velvet around the face. There are flowers made of blue ribbon at the edge. O 2000.015.03-Coat Long man's beaver coat lined with black cotton. Large collar and lapels. O 2000.015.04-Doily Good OK Small white cotton. Red and pink carnations with green stems and leaves of silk-thread satin-stitched embroidery in one corner. The material is fringed around the edges. O 2000.015.05-Doily Good OK Small round white cotton. Large flowers of silk-thread satin-stitch are embroidered around the edge. The petals of the flowers form a scalloped edge. O 2000.015.06-Doily Good OK Small round white cotton. Scalloped edge finished in white silk-thread blanket stitch. Alternating geometric grid design and roses of white silk-thread satin-stitch emboridery at each scallop. O 2000.015.07-Doily Good OK White cotton. Purple and yellow pansies of silk thread satin-stitch emboridery in one corner. Pulled thread border 1.15" in from the edge. O 2000.015.08-Scarf, Table Good OK White cotton rectangle. Red strawberries, white blossoms, green leaves and stems embroidered in a circle in silk thread satin stitch. Pulled thread border 1.4" in from the edge. O 2000.015.09-Scarf, Table Good OK Large white cotton rectangle. Red, pink and white roses and green leaves and stems embroidered in silk-thread satin stitch in each corner. Pulled thread border 1.4" in from the edge. O 2000.015.10-Scarf, Table Good OK Large white cotton table cloth. Scalloped edge finished in satin stitch embroidery. White cut-work embroidery flowers, butterflies, and geometric desing in each corner and to form a medallion in the center. O 2000.015.11-Petticoat Fair OK White cotton. Horizontal rows of stitched pleats near bottom. Wide eyelet ruffle around bottom. O 2000.015.12-Coat Man's tan linen driving duster. Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 21 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 21 Soden, Elizabeth Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Soden, Elizabeth archival box/fur items MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 4 Storage Soden, Elizabeth

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.015.13-Coat Woman's tan linen driving duster. O 2000.015.14-Doily

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White cotton. Pink and white clovers with green leaves and stems in silk-thread satin-stitch embroidery in one corner. Material fringed around edge. O 2000.016-Noisemaker Good OK Wooden clapper made of flat wires with a wooden ball on one end attached to each side of a wooden slat. Printed in black on the wooden slat are the words 'Wm. H. L. Rohde, 'Dealer in All Kinds of Mason Building Material', East Madison, Ann Arbor'. O 2000.017.1-Tie, Bow Good OK

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Black ribbon clip-on bow tie with long hanging tails. Yellow letters on one tail read 'Chelsea Michigan 1834' and on the tail read '125th Anniversary 1959'. O 2000.017.2-Poster Good OK White paper with blue letters 'Sesquicentennial Cookery' 'Taste the Past! "Recipes That Remember When" Free Cookbooks! Door Prizes! Sweetable, Eatable, Edibles Cooking Demonstration given by Michigan Consolidated Gas Company Wed. Oct. 2 7:30 PM Thurs Oct. 3 1:00PM Wed. Oct. 9 7:30 PM Thurs. Oct. 10 1:00PM RSVP 663-8531 Ext. 214 Consumers Service Auditorium 211 E. Huron'. There are blue drawings of a little girl holding a book, a woman in a dress and apron holding a towel and a period stove from the early 1900s below the words Taste the Past. The AA150 logo is in blue in the upper right corner. O 2000.017.3-Box Good OK Store gift box. The top is covered with green paper with small white dots. The head and torso of Santa is shown lighting a lantern. The words 'Wagner's Ann Arbor are in red in a white oval next to the drawing of Santa. O 2000.017.4-Blotter Fair OK White paper in the shape of a closed book. There is a green drawing of a house in the country with two cars driving by. In green letters below the drawing are the words 'Alph Cement How to use it A Practical Handbook Ask us for your Free Copy'. In red letters below that are the words 'Weiberg & Kurtz south Seventh St. Ann Arbor, Michigan'. O 2000.017.5-Blotter Good OK Upper three-quarter section is a blue background with the words 'Join us' in white and a drawing of the head of Santa. There is a yellow ribbon running behing the picture with the words 'Christmas Club' in red on it. The lower one-quarter section is a white background with black letters reading 'Ann Arbor Bank, Ann Arbor, Michigan Classes 10 cents to $1.00 Weekly'. The FDIC logo is in the lower left corner. O 2000.018.01-Brick O 2000.018.02-Rosin Good Good OK OK Red brick with 'HAGGARTY' on one side in raised letters. Mortar still on one side. Warzynski, Esther Piece of rosin with wooden holder. Stamped on the holder are the words 'Violin rosin Specially Prepared for University Music House, 508 E. William St., Ann Arbor No 8-7515". The rosin is in a white paperboard box with a paper label reading as above. Page 143 MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising envelope #1 Wineberg, Susan MOMS moveable Wineberg, Susan shelves/15.25x10.25 blue-gray clamshell box #3

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.018.03-Matchbook

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Condition Good

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White folded paper matchbook with brown strike area. Printed on one side is 'Ann Arbor Town Club' in brown and read above the Town Club logo. Beneath the logo is written '210 W. Washington Ann Arbor, Mich.'. Printed on the other side is the logo and the words 'Ann Arbor Town Club' in white on brown. O 2000.018.04-Premium Good OK Folding clear plastic rain hat with a blue desing inside a blue plastic envelope. The envelope has a drawing of a telephone receiver, clouds and a sun in gold as well as the words 'Tele Weeather 434-9400 Ann Arbor Federal Savings'. O 2000.018.05-Pen, Fountain Good OK Black plastic pen with silver metal cap with pocket clip. The word 'Shaeffer' is stamped on the pocket clip. The words 'Compliments of Ulrich's Friendly Book Store' are printed in silver on the black body of the pen. O 2000.018.06-Box Good OK Small round clear plastic case with beaded edge. On one side is a white label reading 'Seyfried Jewelers Ann Arbor, Mich.' Separates into two pieces. It probably held a small pin or charm. O 2000.018.07-Case, Thread Good OK

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Plastic envelope. One side is white with green letters reading 'Goodyear's on Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' The other side is clear. Inside is a cardstock paper with 6 colors of thread wrapped around it, a needle, two buttons and a small gold safety pin. O 2000.018.08-Chain, Key Good OK Small round aluminum piece with beaded chain attached. One side is stamped 'Argus' above a stamped logo and 'Arbus Cameras Inc. Ann Arbor, Mich.' below. The other side is stamped '1931 - 1956 25th Year'. O 2000.018.09-Novelty Good OK Green plastic telephone dialer which consists of a short handle with a ball on the end that fits into the holes on a dial telephone. Printed on the handle in silver letters is 'Ramsey Printers 119 E. Liberty No. 8-7900' surrounding a centered silver logo. O 2000.018.10-Novelty Good OK Piece of lead printing type and a card of the text enlarged 10 diameters. Both are in a small manila envelope with the words 'Complimens of The Ann Arbor News Lord's Prayer in the smallest type ever made-each letter being 56 ten-thousands of an inch in height. To read use magnifying glass.' O 2000.018.11-Chain, Key Good OK Small aluminum rectangle. Stamped on one side is a picture of a building and the words 'New Building Ann Arbor Daily News 1936 Ann Arbor, Mich.' Stamped on the other side 'If keys are found return to address on other side' and the number '5713'. No chain attached. O 2000.018.12-Box Good OK Small white paperboard box. The top of the box is printed in blue 'Chester Roberts, Inc.' above a centered logo of two lions holding a crest with the letter R. Below the logo are the words 'Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 2000.018.14-Bag Fair OK Gray marbelized paper bag. In black are the words 'B.E. Muehlig Inc. Dry Goods 126 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' surrounded by vertical and horizontal lines. Page 144 MoMS/file drawer 3 right-ad. Warzynski, Esther env. #2 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 Warzynski, Esther

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2000.018.15-Fan

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Condition Good

Status OK

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Wooden sticks and guards with paper leaves. The paper is a solid folded piece with red roses printed on a tan background. The upper part of the background is shaded to pink. There is a red geometric design on the sticks. Printed on one guard in black letters is 'Morrill's-Typewriters-Adding Machines-Calculators-Office Furniture-Supplies'. O 2000.018.16-Novelty Good OK Red plastic ice scraper for car windows. On one side is raised white letters 'Firestone Stores 402 E. Huron Ann Arbor, Mich. 48108 Phone 769-9040' and on the other 'Firestone the people tire people'. O 2000.018.17-Thimble O 2000.018.18-Cap, Bottle Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising Warzynski, Esther

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Pink plastic. Words 'For The Bestes See Herb Estes' and the Ford Motor Co. logo in black printed on. Round white plastic with ring attached by strip of plastic so can be attached to bottle and not lost when removed. In blue on top of the cap is '1967'. Printed in blue along the attaching strip is 'University Hospital Employees Credit Union'. O 2000.018.19-Novelty Good OK White plastic ice scraper in the shape of a number one. Stamped on the base of the 1 is a drawing of a tow truck stamp in gold and the words 'Even though there's ice and snow Larry's Sunoco is the place to go Ann Arbor, MI'. Clear hard plastic at base of the number. O 2000.018.20-Swatter, Fly Good OK Long handled black plastic. Swatter area is in the shape of a house. White letters on the handle read 'Ask for Judy Cohen (313)662-8600 ext. 340 The Michigan Group Realtors I'll get the bugs out of home buying and selling.' O 2000.018.21-Card, Admittance Good OK Gold plastic card with black letters and designs the size and shape of a credit card. Owner's name in raised letters. Michigan Theater free admission pass. O 2000.018.22-Bookmark Good OK Paper bookmark with roses at the top. Lists flowers, birthstones by month, wedding and anniversary gifts by year on one side. On the reverse is text entitled "The Road to Friendship". Below the text is an advertisement reading 'Mayer-Schairer Co. Stationary & Greeting Cards 112 S. Main St. Phone 4516'. O 2000.018.23-Card, Trade Good OK Folding card. Chain of four women in bathing suits on a base. The base carries advertisement copy about Rose Marie Reid swimsuits. When folded, the top reads 'Jacobson's'. O 2000.018.24-Hook and eye Good OK Black wire hooks and eyes sewn onto a blue and white card labeled DeLong Hook and Eye Brass Size O. There is a WWII NRA member stamp on the card which says 'We do our part.' The card was sold by Goodyear's Dept. Store, Ann Arbor, MI. O 2000.019.1-Box Good OK Small paper board box which contains 8 annual programs of the Ann Arbor Doll Collectors. The box Page 145 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising Warzynski, Esther

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ObjectID# / Objname originally contained note cards. O 2000.020.1-Box

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Silvennoinen, Sally

Store gift box. The top of the box has drawings of a Christmas tree, bell and an ornament on an ecru background. The words 'Goodyear's Ann Arbor' are printed on in red. O 2000.020.2-Print Fair OK Matted print of a lithograph entitled 'The New Steam Carriage' depicts a steam carriage in a London, England street scene. Published by Tho. McLean 26 Haymarket, London. O 2000.021-Mixer, Ice-cream Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #1 MOMS moveable shelves D Silvennoinen, Sally

Shankland, Robert

Wooden bucket with wire and wood handle. Black paper (some missing) glued on the outside. Inside the bucket is a round tin container with a metal and wood paddle inside. The top reads 'Made in USA'. The paddle attaches to the top of the tin and to a metal and wood hand crank that straddles the bucket. There is a cork in the bottom of the bucket. Stamped on top of the crank cover is NEW FRE ZEE EZE TUB O 2000.023-Cabinet, Food-storage Fair OK MOMS Rusten, June Two-door pie safe with screened panels set in the doors and on the sides with quarter round molding. The shelves are made of wide boards. The original red milk paint remains. Some of the screening and quarter round is missing and the legs need repair. O 1998.002.1-Bed Good OK Thompson, Patricia One wooden (possibly birch) rail from the frame of a bed. The numbers 2-10, the word KECK, and a design are stenciled in black along one 3" side. O 1998.002.2-Bed O 1998.002.3-Bed Good Good OK OK Thompson, Patricia Thompson, Patricia Oak bed post with curved top. Hand carved leaf pattern design on a 12.5" upper section on the 2.25" side. Oak bed post with curved top. Hand carved leaf pattern design on a 12.5" upper section on the 2.25" side. Two dowels extend from the 1.25" side at the top of the post. O 1998.003-Banner Fair OK Painted cotton store display banner with 2.25" of green and white yarn fringe at the bottom. In the center is a red circle with a green and white Santa face. The red circle is surrounded by a green circle with the words MERRY CHRISTMAS in white inside. There are green holly leaves and red berries forming a border around the berry and flanking the green circle. Above and below the center circles are red sections with the words BUY and NOW, respectively. The banner is mounted on a hanging rod. O 1998.004.1a-Book, Ration Good OK Three World War II ration books containing stamps in various denominations. Printed instructions for use are on the back. Page 146 MOMS moveable shelves F upper French, President, Arthur, Schwaebischer Untersteutzungs Verein

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O 1998.004.1b-Booklet, Good OK Instruction Single sheet of typed paper folded. It is entitled "How to use new book for canned and bottled fruit, vegetable, syrup and juices, frozen fruit and vegetables, and dried fruit." O 1998.004.1c-Memorandum Good OK Handwritten list of sugar and coffee prices indicating the date each is effective for various brands. A guide to purchasing items with ration stamps. O 1998.004.1d-Stamp, Ration Numerous loose ration stamps of various denominations. O 1998.004.2-Sock Good OK Good OK

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Pair of white knit thigh-length socks with four narrow red bands at the top. The toe is stamped 'washed seam, 9 W & G, Pat. March 28, 1882' in blue inside a circle. Near the top of the leg there is a stamped blue circle with an eagle drawing in blue on top of the circle. '831' is in blue in the center of the circle and 'Howell Hosiery Co.' is around the edge of the circle. O 1998.004.3-Spatula Good OK White rubber scraper attached to unpainted wooden handle made by Rubbermaid. 'H.P. Johnson & Co., 209-211 So 4th, Phone 4124 Ann Arbor' stamped in black on the handle. O 1998.004.4-Booklet Ann Arbor High School Student Directory for the school year 1955-56. O 1998.004.5-Puzzle Good OK 24 color lithographed cardboard strips. Laid out in the proper order they form two action scenes--one of a horsedrawn ladder fire engine and the other of a horsedrawn pumper fire engine. There are three strips missing. The strips are labeled a-x on the back in the order of assembly. O 1998.004.6-Brush, Shoe Brown wooden holder with black bristles. Raised letters in the wood read J. F. WUERTH ALBERT FIEGEL E.G. STAEB J. F. WUERTH CO. FASHION PARK CLOTHING ANN ARBOR, MICH. BOYS' CLOTHES SHOP BOYS' SCOUT HEADQUARTERS O 1998.006.1-Nightgown Good OK Baby's white lightweight flannel. The gown has long sleeves and ties in back. It is decorated with tiny French-knot pink flowers and embroidered green stems on the front. O 1998.006.2-Dress Good OK Baby's white lightweight sheer cotton. The dress has long sleeves and buttons in the back. There are stitched pleats on the yoke and lace around the sleeves and neck. There are tiny embroidered pink flowers with pale green stems on the front. Good OK Good OK

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Baby's white lightweight cotton. The dress has long sleeves. There is lace trim around the sleeves and neck and tuck pleats on the front and sleeves. There are tiny pink roses with pale green leaves on the front and sleeves. O 1998.006.4-Gown Good OK Baby's white chambray. The gown is long and buttons in the front. There is eyelet edging around the collar, sleeves, down the front and around the hem. O 1998.006.5-Bathrobe Good OK Baby's white flannel. The robe ties at the top and is open down the front. There is pink picot embroidery around the sleeves and collar. There are pink flowers with green leaves on the sleeves and collar. O 1998.006.6-Bathrobe Good OK Baby's white flannel. The robe is long, open down the front and has a fold-over collar and front panel. There are embroidered blue flowers with pale green leaves on the front panel. O 1998.006.7-Slip Baby's white cotton, plain and sleeveless. O 1998.007-Pin Good OK Good OK

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Small round pin-back button pin with yellow background. There is a drawing of a trolley in black and the words 'Trolley Power Ann Arbor Street Railway and Museum'. Also in very small letters are the words 'Ann Arbor Federal Savings & Loan'. O 1998.012.5a-Notepad Good OK Top folding, faux leather green cover. Tear off pad of white paper inside. Advertising for Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan on inside cover. O 1998.012.5b-Notepad Good OK Top folding, faux leather brown cover. Tear off pad of white paper inside. Advertising for Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan inside cover. O 1998.012.5c-Notepad Good OK Top folding, faux leather tan cover. Tear off pad of white paper inside. Advertising for Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan inside cover. O 1998.012.5d-Notepad Good OK Top folding, white cardstock cover with drawing of a tree and the letters ANN ARBOR in green. Tear off blue-lined white paper pad inside. Advertising for Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. O 1998.012.7-Box Fair OK Top only of small box for wooden matches. There is a picture of a small child by a pond feeding ducks on one side. On the reverse in green letters is 'J. Haller Jeweler 46 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 1998.012.8-Fan Fair OK

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Rectanglular handscreen with rounded corners made of boxboard attached to a 5.25 x .5" wooden handle. On one side is a black and white picture of a seated woman with a child standing on a table behind. There is dog at their feet. On the reverse in black letters is an ad for Household Packing Co. Moving Packing and Storage Page 148

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C.E. Rhead, Manager 525-529 Detroit St. Ann Arbor Michigan. O 1998.012.9-Fan Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Rectanglular handscreen with rounded corners made of boxboard attached to 5.25x0.5" wooden handle. On one side is a color picture of a house and garden scene. On the reverse in black lettering is advertising 'At Fair time and at all times you will find at the store of B.E. Muehlig Curtains Service Friendliness and Quality Goods' Phone 8412 Dry Goods Draperies Hosiery Notions We Deliver' O 1998.012.12-Ruler Good OK 36" folding. The sections are yellow, bluegreen, and red respectively. There is an advertisement for Federal Savings Association, Ypsilanti - Milan - Saline stamped across it. O 1998.013-Thread Good MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 Wineberg, Susan

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Black thread on a wooden spool. A sticker glued on one end reads 'J.P. Coats crochet cotton, silk finish'.

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Metal blade with black and yellow plastic handle. Lettering on the handle in red reads 'B. Frank Ohlinger Edwin A. Reuter, Prompt Printers' and in black reads 'DAVIS & OHLINGER 109-111 E. Washington Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan Telephone 8132' O 1998.014.4a-Documents A reprint of the Declaration of Independence on parchment paper. O 1998.014.4b-Documents A reprint of the Articles of Confederation of the United States O 1998.014.4c-Documents A reprint of the Call for Soldiers for the Revolutionary War. O 1998.016-Desk Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK

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Kneehole oak dest with a center drawer and 4 drawers on left side and 3 drawers on right side. Bottom drawer on right side is a deep file drawer faced to look like 2 drawers. The drawer handles are two carved three-lobed leaves attached to the drawer joined by a straight section raised from the surface. There is an eliptical decorative molding surrounding the handle attached to each drawer. There is a leather insert on the top of the desk. O 1998.017.1-Gown, Wedding Good OK Silk dress with lace overlay, short pouf sleeves. silk cumberbund. Ruffles around the bodice, bottom of dress and sleeves. The dress extends to form a long train in the back. O 1998.017.2-Slip Good OK Crinoline over silk. There are side wires at the waist to form a built in pannier to make the skirt of the dress stand out. O 1998.017.3-Petticoat Crinoline with 2 wire hoops sewn in. Page 149 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 9 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 9 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 9 Cash, Demaris

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Condition Good

Status OK

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Source Lagler, Karl

Cardstock folded in half with an extra 2" inside flap on the right side. On the front are the words 'An Invitation Opening of Mack's Millinery and Cloak Sections Friday and Saturday 11 and 12 1908' and a drawing of a single rose. Inside there is a pink-tinted drawing of a lady in a fashionable hat and cloak and the words 'You are invited to attend the opening of our Autumn and Winter exhibitions for the Season of Nineteen Hundred and Eight. The designs shown include exclusive conceptions in high calss Millinery, Suits, Costumes, Wraps, Furs Mack & Co.' printed in silver in Old English font. On the inside flap is a drawing of a bouquet of 3 long-stem roses in silver. O 1998.021-Bag Good OK Red plastic shopping bag with hard white plastic handles. There is a drawing of a white Santa face outlined in black and a red cap with white pompom outlined in white on one side of the bag. Across the bead in black letters are the words 'Goodyear's on Main Street in Ann Arbor.' O 1998.022.01-Yardstick Good OK

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Unfinished wood marked in black. On one side is 'Muehlig & Lanphear Hardware Phone 2-3277'. On the reverse is 'Furniture - Lamps - Bedding - Rugs - Carpets - Linoleum'. O 1998.022.02-Calendar Good OK Wineberg, Susan White linen kitchen towel on a wood dowel hanger. The towel is screen printed. There is a picture of a cow in a field and a hand holding an ice cream cone with a cariacature face on the cone. Across the upper part of the picture are the words 'Washtenaw Milk & Ice Cream'. Just below the picture is 'Ann Arbor Michigan'. Below that is a 1994 monthly calendar printed in black and red. O 1998.022.03-Bag Good OK Paper flour bag, 5 pound size. White with lettering in various colors reading 'Fleming's Creek Mill, Whole Wheat Graham Flour Geo. G. Parker, Geddes, Mich.' O 1998.022.04a-Tray Good OK Small rectangular painted metal tray. It has a dark red background with sketches of bears in black around scalloped edges with fluted corners. The flat center area has a picture of bears on a pullman car labeled 'The Roosevelt Bears, 1906'. There is also an advertisement for 'Prochow's Dairy Lunch, F&M Bank Block, Ann Arbor' in black letters. O 1998.022.04b-Postcard Good OK Picture of bears on a pullman car. The reverse says 'The Roosevelt Bears, 1906'. The picture matches the picture on the tray 98.22.4a. O 1998.022.05-Brush, Shoe Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 Wineberg, Susan

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Brown wood with black bristles. The words 'First National Bank of Ann Arbor "Oldest National Bank in Michigan"' are on the top of the wooden section. O 1998.022.06-Ashtray Good OK

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Round white china. Green stripe around outside edge and around top of bowl area. Edge lip is flat with four recessed cigarette rests with raised flower design between each one. At the bottom of the bowl in silver are the words 'Goodyear's Ann Arbor Downtown Store and College Shop'. Page 150

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Round white china. One green stripe inside the edge at the top of the bowl. Flat fluted edge with four cigarette rests. In the bottom of the bowl in silver are the words 'Get Good Goods at Goodyear's'. O 1998.022.08-Pencil Good OK

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Wood, standard six-sided with eraser on end. Ad printed in silver reads 'Betsy Ross Shop, 13-15 Nickels Arcade, Ann Arbor'. O 1998.022.09-Pencil Good OK Wood, round, white with red top, no eraser. On the side in red is a drawing of a girl in a balloon skirt and the words 'Hutzel's Ann Arbor, 'Home of Mary Muffet''. Sharpened. O 1998.022.10-Pen, Felt-tip Good OK Plastic, white body with blue cap, blue ink. Advertising for Ann Arbor Bank printed in blue on the white body. O 1998.022.11-Pen, Ball-point Good OK Plastic, black, retractable point. White lettering reads 'Schlenker Hardware 213 W. Liberty'. O 1998.022.12-Shoehorn Good OK

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Metal painted black. 'Ziefle & Nissle, Shoes of quality properly fitted, Ann Arbor' stamped into it. O 1998.022.13-Shoehorn Good OK

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Plastic, ivory colored, ring at one end. 'Kline's Shoe Dept. "Where fashion is a way of Life Stride Shoes"' printed in black. O 1998.022.14-Ruler Good OK Plastic, 6", black with white markings. White lettering reads 'Yerkes-Sellards, Inc. 209 E. Liberty Ann Arbor'. O 1998.022.15-File, Nail Good OK Emory board. Words in black on an ivory background read 'Thrasher & Co. 114-116 E. Washington St. Phone No. 2-6503 Ann Arbor, Mich. Office supplies'. O 1998.022.16-Knife Good OK Four inch metal blade attached to 3.5 inche ivory-colored plastic handle. The blade edge is serrated. The words 'Haarer's Meat Processing, Saline, Ph. HA9-9060' are printed on the handle in black. O 1998.022.17-Screwdriver Good OK Flathead, 2.5" steel shaft with 3" plastic handle with attached pocket clip. There are two bands of red on the handle. On the handle in red are the words '"Snap-on Tool" Gary Petrilli 5869 Willowbridge Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Phone 485-8426'.. O 1998.022.18-Record, Good OK 33 Phonograph 1/3rpm LP vinyl entitled "An Evening with Ragtime Charlie & Sister Kate" recorded by Boyd Processing Service Ypsilanti, Mich. Aug. 13, 1966. Cover design by Charles Rasch. The jacket is autographed by the featured performers Charles Rasch and Katherine Ross. The jacket pictures the two performers in an outdoor Page 151

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setting. Ms. Ross is holding a banjo. O 1998.024-Bag, Deposit Good OK Ross, Kathleen Brown canvas. Cord drawstring through metal grommet's at the top. The words 'DEPOSIT WITH Farmers & Mechanics Bank ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN' stamped in black on one side. O 1998.025-Churn, Butter Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Lytle, Jr., Robert Earthenware crockery. Light gray with the number 4 stenciled in blue near the top on one side. Two wire and black wood handles mounted opposite each other near the top. Matching top with a 4" diameter raised area in the center and a 1" diameter hole for the stirring stick (missing). O 1998.028.01-Yardstick Good OK MOMS moveable shelves C Wineberg, Susan Unpainted wood with black markings. On one side in black is 'Behnke Furniture Company 213 South Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor Phone 3700'. O 1998.028.02-Calendar Good OK White plastic backing with stamped picture of truck with the logo of Snap-on Tools on its side and the words 'Gary Petrilli 5869 Willowbridge Ypsilanti, Mich. 48197 Phone 485-8426' in red letters below the truck. Paper tear-off months for Dec. 1975 - Dec. 1976 are mounted below. O 1998.028.03-Server, Cake Good OK Plastic, pale yellow. Triangular blade area with one serrated edge. In red letters on the handle are the words 'Arnet's Fine Cemetery Monuments since 1904 Ann Arbor, Michigan'. There is a blue star-like design at the end of the handle. O 1998.028.04-Pin Good OK Small round pin-back metal button pin. Ivory background with the words '8tes Bundes-Fest Ann Arbor August 19th 1906' in black. O 1998.028.05-Pencil Good OK Wood, round, white, no eraser. Sketches of house in red, green, blue, orange and yellow plus the words 'Bush Real Estate Co. 107 Packard St. Ann Arbor No 2-3211, Res. 2-2075' in various colors. Sharpened. O 1998.028.06-Pencil Good OK Wood, six-sided standard pencil painted gold, eraser. The words 'Louise Flower and Gifts 334 S. State Phone No 3-5049 Ann Arbor' stamped in black. Sharpened. O 1998.028.07-Pin Good OK Small, round pin-back button pin. Ivory background with a drawing of a seated woman in long black gown and large plumed hat in the Victorian style and the word 'Maude's' in black. O 1998.028.08-Pencil Good OK Wood, round, white. Red cap at one end, no eraser. Words 'Mr. Foster's Shop 607 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor Michigan Gifts' in red letters. Sharpened. O 1998.028.09-Pen, Ball-point Plastic, yellow, retractable point. Words 'Ann Arbor Bank' in black Good OK MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #4 Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1998.028.10-Ruler

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6", wood, natural finish with black markings. Words ' Morrill's Since 1908 314 S. State St. Ann Arbor' in black. O 1998.028.11-Ruler Good OK 6", plastic, yellow with black markings. Words 'William E. (Gene) Bush Realtor, "For Real Service in Real Estate" 107 Packard Corner Main Ann Arbor Res No 2-2075 Office No 2-3211' in black. O 1998.028.12-Lighter Good OK Metal, convex sides, silver with white enamel inlay on one side. Words 'Butts & Swisher Company Realtors, 214 E. Washington St. Ann Arbor No 3-0501' + shield logo on the National Association of Real Estate Brokers in blue on the white enamel. O 1998.028.13-Spoon Good OK Wood, single use disposable, served with ice cream (dixie) cups. Words 'Ann Arbor Dairy' stamped on handle in black. O 1998.028.14-Case Fair OK Passbook cover for a savings bank book. Green cardstock. Advertising for State Savings Bank of Ann Arbor, Org. 1893 printed in black. O 1998.028.15-Knife, Paper Good OK Letter opener with 3" blade. The 2.25" handle is a one-blade pocket knife with a mother-of-pearl case. Words 'Warm Air Heating Supply Ann Arbor N. 3-8554' in black on the handle. O 1998.028.16-Holder, Coin Good OK Olive green cardboard tube with metal ends. Words 'Ann Arbor Federal Savings & Loan Association' in black on tube. O 1998.028.17-Matchbook Good OK Folded cardstock. One side is red with a picture of a German pretzel and an advertisement for the Old German Restaurant --Liquors, Wines, Beers. The other side is green with a mountain village scene and a couple in German clothing dancing, the words read 'Old German Restaurant, Ann Arbor Michigan. The matches inside have pictures of a lager beer bottle. O 1998.028.18-Matchbook Good OK Red folded cardstock. Advertising for the Beer Vault, George MacVicar 303 No. Fifth Ave. Ann Arbor O 1998.028.19-Ashtray Good OK

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Plastic, black. Words 'Ralph Coon Service 906 N. Main St. Marathon - B.B. Goodrich Products Ann Arbor' in white on the bottom. O 1998.028.20-Cap, Bottle Plastic, small, round, blue, soft. Words 'Arbor Spring Water' in white. O 1998.028.21-Chain, Key Page 153 Good OK Good OK

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straight white lines above the words and wavy white lines below. Metal ring attached to top, no chain. O 1998.028.22-Sign Good OK Large rectangular boxboard. Red background with a large white arrow pointing down. The sign reads 'Take an additional 50% off the selling price'. The 50% off is in white and the rest of the words are in red inside the arrow. The words 'marti walker' are in the lower right corner. O 1998.028.23-Ruler Good OK 6" natural wood ruler with black markings. On one side the words read 'DEY Photographer Portraits Frames'. Dey is a signature and Photographer is in Old English font. On the other side are the words 'Phone 5031 for Appointment 322 S. State St. Ann Arbor' on the left, 'Dey' as a signature in the center, and 'Secure an early appointlment for 'Ensian and Christmas portraits. To avoid the final rush Phone 5031 at once'. O 1999.001.02.01-Apron White cotton, 3" crocheted lace at the bottom. O 1999.001.02.02-Apron Good Found in Good Found in MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2 Wineberg, Susan

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White dimity. 0.5" strip of lace near the bottom and a 1.5" lace edge along the bottom. A note pinned to it read 'my grandmother's apron 1890 Agnes Harris estate'. O 1999.001.02.03-Apron Good Found in LIght-weight white cotton. Horizontal rows of decorative stitching alternating with plain rows 2/3 of the way down. 2.5" band of crocheted lace at the bottom. O 1999.001.02.04-Apron Good Found in White cotton, shirred waist, one pocket. 5" crocheted edge at bottom and 3" crocheted edge at end of ties. O 1999.001.02.06-Hat Brim only, leather, painted black O 1999.001.02.07-Bow Black, made of 2" ribbon O 1999.001.03.1-Combination Good Found in Fair Found in Good Found in

White cotton teddy. Embroidered with diamond and flower cutwork inset in front, 0.5" lace around legs and top, 1.5" wide lace straps, button crotch. O 1999.001.03.2-Combination Good Found in White cotton teddy. Embroidered cutwork inset surrounded by small satin-stitch dots, 0.5" lace around legs and top, 1.25" wide lace straps, button crotch. O 1999.001.03.3-Combination Good Found in White cotton teddy. CLC embroidered on front with some decorative cutwork around, 0.5" lace around legs and top, 1.25" wide lace straps, button crotch.

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White cotton, lace tip, lace inset around each leg, lace around edge of legs. O 1999.001.02.09-Shawl Good Found in

Black on black silk, large, rectangular, black fringe. Note with it read 'Mrs. Fred Harris 100 yrs. old' O 1999.001.06.1-Dress Cotton, black and white check, wide collar, house-dress O 1999.001.06.2-Apron Cotton, black and white check, ties at waist O 1999.001.06.3-Sunbonnet Cotton, black and white check O 1999.001.01a-Dress Good Found in Good Found in Good Found in Good Found in

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White cotton, lace inset waistband, alternating bands of material with tiny tuck pleats and lace down front and to form long sleeves. Lace section around neck collar made of sewn together lace strips, pieces of sewn lace form overlay on sides of bodice. Horizontal alternating bands at bottom of skirt. Buttons up back with hook and eye at the top. Handmade. O 1999.001.01b-Slip Good Found in White cotton, lace around neck, armholes and bottom ruffle. Tiny tuck pleats in 9" ruffle sewn over bottom of skirt. Buttons down back. Matches 99.1.1a O 1999.003-Catcher, Fly Good OK 'Bug-Kil' is an electrically controlled vaporizer for pest control. It is a black bakelite cone with a gray bakelite top and a metal bottom. There is a white two-prong electric cord attached near the bottom. The item is in the original red, white and blue cardboard box with script lettering and a picture of the device on it. Also included in the box are 2 packets of Bug-Kil pellets. O 1999.005.1-Painting Good OK Oil painting depicts the old University Library, University of Michigan, in a winter scene with trees in the foreground. The picture is in a 8.25" x 13.25" dark brown wood frame. O 1999.009-Album Good OK Defense Stamp Album is a booklet with spaces inside for pasting 10 cent defense stamps up to a value of $18.70. Once filled the booklet could be used to purchase a $25 Savings Bond. The cover is red, white and blue with a picture of an eagle over a US flag. The book contains $2.60 worth of red defense stamps. The stamps have a picture of a soldier with a rifle. O 1999.011-Stereoscope Good OK

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Stereopticon with metal handle, picture holder and frame. The frame has adjustable screws and is decorated with a scroll design. There is a wooden stand and eyepiece. The eyepiece is covered with dark red velvet. Page 155

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Source Wineberg, Susan

Clear glass with black plastic screw on top. A paper label on one side reads 'Fischer Pharmacy R.J. Beissel, J.W. Stentzel cor. Liberty & 5th Ave. #N364849 Dr. Hagerman Teaspoonful every one or two hours as necessary for cough CDB & JMC 2-9-62'. A paper label on the other side indicates that the contents are were a controlled substance. O 1999.012.2-Box Good OK Tan paperboard covered with black paper on the top, small. On the black paper, there is a drawing of a sign with the words 'fischer pharmacy' in white. A mortar and pestle, scale and distiller are pictured in white on top of the sign. Beneath the sign in white are the words 'phone No. 8-6606 Ann Arbor, Mich. Direction inside'. On the inside of the top are the words 'Directions #365557 Dr. Brandt Diuril 0.5 gm. One every other day as needed for swelling RJB 3-9-62'. Box contained nine white round pills which were destroyed as a safety measure. O 1999.012.3-Bottle, Medicine Good OK Small, round, clear glass with a cream color plastic screw cap. A label wrapped around the bottle reads 'Fischer Pharmacy cor. Liberty & 5th Ave. #367326 Dr. Brandt Nitroglycerin 0.4 mg. One under tongue as needed for chest pain. 5-26-62'. O 1999.012.4-Bottle, Medicine Good OK Green glass with white plastic screw top cap. Paper label pasted on reads 'Fischer Pharmacy R.J. Beissel J.W. Stentzil cor. Liberty & 5th Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. #326599 Dr. Hagerman One at bedtime as necessary 10-14-58'. O 1999.012.5-Pin, Campaign Good OK Metal, white background with blue rim. Picture and words alternate between 'Neil Staebler for Congress-at-Large' and 'Swainson for Governor' when the position of the pin is changed. The reverse of the pin is blue with the words 'Vari-Vue by Pictorial Productions, Inc., Mt. Vernon, NY'. Pin-back/ O 1999.012.6-Notepad Good OK Black cover stamped 'The Two Sams One Price Clothiers Ann Arbor'. There are advertisements on the inside cover. There are handwritten notes about Rob Roy on the pages inside. O 1999.013-Bottle, Medicine Clear glass. Embossed with raised letters 'Sugdon Drug Co. Ann Arbor, Mich' Fair OK

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Section of the tin ceiling from Drake's Sandwich Shop, N. University, Ann Arbor, MI. Fleur-de-lis pattern repeated 4 times. Some areas have original paint. 2 sections retained and the other two destoryed. A paper copy of the original curve of the ceiling is on file. O 1999.015.27-Bag Good OK White linen flour sack. Word in red and blue read '100 lb. net Saline Flour Mills Snow Queen Pastry Flour Manufactured by Friis & Brackel Saline, Mich.' are stamped. The words Snow Queen are in light blue in a dark blue ribbon which crosses a snow scene and wraps 3 wheat stalks on each end. MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1999.015.28-Fan

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Boxboard scroll edge rectangular handscreen with attached flat wood handle. One side has a picture of a rural village scene in fall. The reverse is white and has the words 'Presented to Second Baptist Church by our State Senator Gil Bursley in black. O 1999.015.29-Apron Good OK White linen with blue trim around neck. Tabs at back waist wrap around to form a belt in front that closes with a large tan fabric covered button embroidered with a blue and red cross stitched design. The same design is embroidered 3 times across the bodice front and on the tab next to the button hole. There is a red and blue cross stitched floral design on either side of the above design at the bottom of the apron near the hem. O 1999.016-Iron, Curling Good OK

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Hinged metal shaft with brown plastic handle. There is a thumb button lever attached to the metal section used to open the hinged shaft. Non-electric. O 1999.017-Case, Display Good OK MOMS Glass enclosed upper portion for display with storage drawers beneath. The upper portion has sliding panel at the back for access to the display area. The storage drawers open to the back of the case. There are two adjustable glass shelves included. O 1999.018.01-Fan Good OK Oval, woven straw handscreen with bound straw handle. 'Compliments of Joseph L. Arnet & Sons' stenciled in black on one side. O 1999.018.02-Bottle Good OK Brown glass. Paper label for Porter Real Ale from the Real Ale Co., Chelsea, MI attached. Embossed onthe bottom is a X, 21, S and an upside down U over a U arranged in a diamond with 1028-04 below the S. O 1999.018.03-Bottle Fair OK Clear glass with blue-green tint. The words 'Everett W. Wiard Bottling Works, Ypsilanti' are embossed on the bottle. There is a W embossed on the bottom. O 1999.018.04-Bottle Fair OK Clear glass. 'Kleis Beverage Co.' embossed on one side, 'Ann Arbor, Mich. 6 fl. oz.' embossed at the bottom on the opposite side. Embossed on the center of the bottom is a K with 'Z 951' above and 'registered' below it. O 1999.018.05-Bottle Fair OK Clear glass milk bottle. 'Ann Arbor Dairy Co. Ann Arbor' is embossed on one side and 'One Quart Registered is embossed at the bottom on the opposite side. O 1999.018.10-Poster Good OK Wineberg, Susan White background. Picture of Uncle Sam (WWII pointing pose) with ARMY above. Below the picture 11 United States flags denoting each change with the addition of states (1777, 1795, 1819, 1836, 1845, 1848, 1861, 1877, 1896, 1912, 1960) surround a monthly tear-off calendar on three sides. The calendar pages read 'Join the people who've joined the Army.' There is a sticker attached between the picture and calendar that reads 'U. S. Army Recruiting Station 212 S. Fourth Ave. ph 665-3731 Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108' O 1999.019.1-Cleaner, Vacuum Good OK Wonnacott, Norma Hoover Electric Suction Sweeper, Special Model 103 is an all metal black and silver upright. The attached Page 157 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 MOMS/metal shelves/box of bottles MOMS/metal shelves/box of bottles MOMS/metal shelves/box of bottles French, President, Arthur, Schwaebischer Untersteutzungs Verein Wineberg, Susan

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canvas dust bag is black with the words 'The H Cleaner' printed vertically in red. Patent listings on the model number plate range from March 1907 to April 1920. O 1999.020-Trunk Good OK Carolyn Liebmann Green with wood slats and metal edging. 'H.S.A. Ann Arbor' is stenciled in black on one side. There are large black metal hinges on two sides allowing the front of the trunk to open up to form a narrow shelf. The shelf has two flat envelopes for papers attached. There are 3 drawers and a bottom storage space in the lower section. The inside of the top and the front of the drawers have been covered with a vertical stripe floral wallpaper. A newspaper article and pictures telling the history of the owner, Helene S. Allmendinger, were glued to the top by the donor at some time. O 1999.021.1-Stereoscope Good OK MOMS/metal shelves Folland, Joan 5" wide plain metal eye piece, 7" wide wire slide holder mounted on attached wooden slat. There is a foldable turned wood handle and a wood divider. Printed on the bottom of the metal eye piece are the words 'Mc________, Underwood & Underwood, New York, Pat. USA June 11, 1901. O 1999.022-Scorecard Good OK Double score pad for card games. One side is for canasta scores and has suit symbols. in red and black. The reverse side of the pad is for bridge scores and has the word 'Bridge' in red and gray. On both sides, there is a black line drawing of a lantern on a pole with the words 'Hutzel's Ladies Apparel' inside the lantern. O 1999.023-Case, Display Good OK Wood and glass. Upper 14" glass enclosed including glass top. Sliding wood doors at the rear allow access to the display area. This area is wired with flourescent lights. The lower portion is wood with sliding doors that open at the back for storage. O 2002.033-Doll Good OK Wooden, home-made, unpainted. The head is an oval block with a shaped front that measures 2.5 x 4 x 2.5" and has no face. The body is made of two wood blocks-the upper block measure 3 x 4 x 1.5", the lower measures 3 x 2.75 x 1.5". The arms are made of two blocks attached to the upper protion of the uppper body section. Each upper arm section measure 0.5W x 2.25L x 1.25". The lower arm section measures the same but has an added rounded piece nailed on for a hand. The legs are made of two blocks attached to the bottom of the lower body section. The upper leg section measures 1.25W x 4.25L x 0.5". The lower leg section measures 1.25 x 3L x 0.5" and has a 0.75W x 0.5H x 1.25D" block, rounded and carved at the front, nailed on for a foot. All of the sections are joined together with hooks and eyes. O 2002.034-Collage Good OK Charter members of Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. It consists of 16 black and white oval photos, all labeled, arranged around the words 'Charter Member AE of Alpha Xi Delta February 10, 1920. The pictures are mounted on a white background. The members are top) Margaret Slater, Anna Irene Meyer, Myrtle Abie Bahm, Helen Ann Sprick, Inez Reiger, Marguerite Barrett; left side center) Mabel Cowden, Mary Creamer Chandler; right side center) Margaret Buckley Shull, Pauline Hoffman Sistig; bottom) Lisla Crittenden, Bernice Woodbeck, Ruth Walker, Florence Bulter, Mary Elaine Milter, Elizabeth Oates. The history of the sorority and the installation pictures is on the back. The collage is in a 21.25 x 17.5" mahogany frame with a black edge. O 2003.001.01.1-Currency Page 158 Fair OK Five dollar note issued by the Confederate States of America in Richmond, VA on February 17, 1864 on rag MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys Peters, James MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #4 Austin, Patricia

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paper. One side has a reddish network background with a gray bar with the 'Five' in large letter. There is a picture of the State Capitol of Virginia upper center, a picture of C. G. Memminger (Sec. of Treas.) in the lower right corner and '5' in an ornate medallion in the upper right corner. Signed in brown ink 'M. Taylor' for Register and 'M. Reuc?' for Treasurer and has the number 49922 in brown ink. The reverse is an intricate blue design with the numeral 5 in each corner and 'Five' in large letters across the center. Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C., lithog'd by Evans & Cogswell. O 2003.001.01.2-Currency Fair OK Ten dollar note issued by the Confederate States of America in Richmond, VA on February 17, 1864 on rag paper. One side is a reddish network background with a gray bar with 'Ten' in large letters on the left side. There is a picture of horses pulling a cannon in the upper center and a picture of R. M. T. Hunter in the lower right corner. The number 10 is in a medallion in the upper right corner. Signed in brown ink 'E. Coffin' for Reg and 'N Goodman' for Treas. This is a D series 6 note with the number 12739 written in brown ink. The reverse is an intricate blue design with numeral 10 in each corner and 'Ten' in large letters across the center. Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C. and printed by Evans & Cogswell. O 2003.001.01.3-Currency Fair OK Fifty dollar note issued by the Confederate States of America in Richmond, VA on February 17, 1864 on rag paper. One side is a reddish network background. There is a picture of Jefferson Davis in the center and the numberal 50 in medallions in the upper corners. Signed in brown ink 'D. Dal___' for Register and 'J.N. Selden' for Treasurer. The note is series 4 and the number 3642 is stamped on. The reverse is an intricate blue design with numeral 50 in each corner and 'Fifty' in large letters across the center. Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C. O 2003.001.01.4-Currency Fair OK Twenty-five cent note issued by the State of Alabama on January 1, 1863 on white rag paper. There is a picture of horses pulling a wagon in the center, the number 25 in a medallion in the upper right corner, a picture of Lucy Pickens in the lower right corner. '25 Cts' is in red under the black lettering. It is the second series, no. 76450 and is signed '?Snohill Shorter, Governor'. The reverse is plain. O 2003.001.01.5-Currency Fair OK Fifty cent note issued by the State of Alabama on January 1, 1863 on white rag paper. There is a gray bar with 'Fifty cents' in large letters on the left side. There is a picture of a scroll among trees in the center. There is a picture of Lucy Pickens in the lower right corner and the numberal 50 in an intricate medallion in the upper right corner. '50 Cts' is in blue behind the black lettering of the note. It is signed '?Snohill Shorter, Governor. This is the second series and is numbered 3396 in ink. The reverse is plain. O 2003.001.01.6-Currency Fair OK One dollar note issued by the State of Alabama in January 1, 1863 on white rag paper. There is a gray band on the left side with 'one' at the top and bottom and a picture of a man in the center of the bar. In the upper center of the note there is a picture of the State Capitol of Alabama. There is a picture of a scroll in trees in the lower right corner and the numeral 1 in a medallion in the upper right corner. 'ONE' is in green under the black lettering. It is signed 'M.E. Greine' for controller and '?Snohill Shorter' Governor in black ink. It is M series 1 and numbered 110,925 in ink. The reverse is plain MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for uncatalogued document case #3 items found in 2003

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for uncatalogued document case #3 items found in 2003

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for uncatalogued document case #3 items found in 2003

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for uncatalogued document case #3 items found in 2003

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Reserved for uncatalogued document case #3 items found in 2003

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2003.006.04-Bell

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1

Source Wineberg, Susan

Small metal bell 1.75 x 1.325" at base tapering up 1.325" in height to a top measuring 1 x 0.5". There is a 2 x 0.75" flat handle with rounded top attached to the top. There is a 1" clapper attached to a hook inside. The bell is stamped 'Yahr Bros. 6'S and 8'S Hup Mobile Ann Arbor'. O 2003.006.05-Bell Good OK Small metal bell 1.75 x 1.325" at base tapering up 1.325" in height to a top measuring 1 x 0.5". There is a 2 x 0.75" flat handle with rounded top attached to the top. There is a 1" clapper attached to a hook inside. The bell is stamped 'W.H.L. Rohde Cement, Lime Ann Arbor Mich.' Painted silver. O 2003.006.06-Bell Good OK Small metal bell 1.75 x 1.325" at base tapering up 1.325" in height to a top measuring 1 x 0.5". There is a 2 x 0.75" flat handle with a bottle opener at the top. There is a 1" clapper attached to a hook inside. The bell is stamped 'Pretzel Bell Happy New Year 1934-1935'. The bell is copper colored. O 2003.006.09-Bottle Good OK Milk bottle of clear glass embossed with the words 'half pint liquid 10 reg. Sealed 52S' around the lower edge. On one side are the words 'Bolgos Farms Grade A products Ann Arbor Mich.' in black as well as a drawing of a cow's head in a circle. On the opposite side are the words 'Try our premium ice cream made with fresh eggs, delivered to your door by our regular driver' and a picture of a dish of ice cream. O 2003.006.11-Paper Good OK Order slip with the heading 'Warner Dairy 3120 Washtenaw Rd. Ann Arbor Normandy 2-4571 Ypsilanti phone 2121'. The slip is made out for Route 22 Hall and dated 02/01/56. The order reads '13 qts. milk 2.93 + .09=3.02'/ O 2003.006.12-Box Good OK Candy box, long, thin ivory colored paperboard. The words 'Chocolate Thin Mints Drake's Sandwich Shop Ann Arbor Michigan' are writen on the cover in black. On one end of the top, in black, are the words '6 oz. or over.' O 2003.006.13-Sticker Good OK Small white paper with glue on the back. The words read 'PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR FEET ON BOOTH SEATS' in black. The word please is bold and larger then the other words. O 2003.006.14-Straw Good OK Plastic inside white paper wrapper. The words 'Drake's 709 North University Ave. Ann Arbor, Michigan' in black on the paper cover. There are two identical ones in the collection. O 2003.006.15-Bottle Fair OK Clear glass milk bottle. The words 'West Side Dairy Ann Arbor Mich. One Pint Liquid Sealed 8948 Registered' are embossed near the bottom. The words 'West Side Dairy' in orange are transfered onto one side along with 'Nature gives it We Protect It'. Some of the words are coming off. The bottom has a W embossed on it along with 18 (or may be a design) and O. O 2003.006.01-Print, Photographic Good OK Two photographs mounted behind glass on a piece of stained pine. Each photo measures 3.5" square. The photo on the left shows a store interior with a man behind a counter with a side of beef hanging nearby. The photo on the right shows a store interior with a woman in the foreground and a man on the right. It is labelled Page 160

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

MoMS/file drawer 3R advertising env. #4

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising box #2

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves

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Schmidt Photo 12. Between the pictures is a 2 x 3.5" white section. The top section reads 'Buy your meats at the North Side Meat Market Cor. Wall & Broadway Georgr Spathelf Both Phones 42'. The lower section reads 'Miss A.M. Spathelf sells the Best Groceries at 1004 Broadway, Ann Arbor, Mich. Both Phones 704'. There is a chain attached to the wood for hanging. O 2003.007-Plate, Hot Excellent OK Round central aluminum heating element surroud by a black cast-iron trivet in a fern design. The trivet has 1.5" legs and a 2.5" handle. There is a two prong detachable black cord. There is a label on the bottom reading 'Williamsburg Food Warmer Model 1700 Lindavap Inc. Ann Arbor, Michigan Pat. applied for' and another indicating '125 Volts 4.5 Watts'. O 2003.005-Gown, Wedding Good OK Ivory colored ribbed silk. Square neck lace-up bodice that comes to a point in front, lace around neckline. Stand-up collar. 3" wide lace insert in sleeves. Skirt attached to back closes with hook and eye on each side. Long train extends from skirt in back. There is a ruffle with lace all around the edge of the train. The skirt is lined with a starched crepe. There is an attached petticoat of stiff salteen with a lace trimmed ruffle around the bottom. An attached cumberbund with a large bow with long fringed ends snaps over the waist. Dress was altered in 1940 so it could be worn by daughter at her wedding. O 1997.001.1-Necktie Multicolored, from Wild Co. Label inside reads 'Be a Wild Man' O 1997.001.2-Hat Red. straw, red hat pin attached. Label for Fogerty's in side. O 1997.001.3-Hat Good OK Loan box 'Hats to Spats' Wineberg, Susan Brown straw with ivory colored organza aroud the rim. It has a brown veil and 2 sequined flowers attached. There are two labels inside which read 'Helen Polhemus Shop, Ann Arbor, Mich.' and 'Gage Original'. O 1997.001.4-Box Good OK For a ring. Light beige plastic with blue floral design and the words 'Genuine Orange Blossom' on the outside. Inside there is a blue velvet ring holder in the lower section and white satin with the words 'Schlanderer & Sons Jewlers and Silversmiths, Ann Arbor, Michigan' stamped on. O 1997.001.5-Box Good OK For watch. Ivory colored plastic with Hamilton Watch Co. crest in center of top flanked by 2 desing sections with gold background. Inside, there is a blue velvet holder on the bottom and yellow satin with the Hamilton crest in the top. There is a gold paper sticker with the words 'Arnold & Co. Jewelers, 220 So. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' attatched to the inside top. O 1997.003.1-Collar Man's starched collar, 'Atwood 14.25. E & W Earl & Wilson' stamped inside O 1997.003.6-Potholder Excellent OK One side has advertising printed in red and blue ink which reads 'Kock & Sons Heating 3401 Industrial Hwy. Ann Arbor, Mich. Days 663-8121 - 662-1552 Nite-Fuel Oil Only 662-8916 663-8121 Nite-Burner Service Only 662-0245 662-6471 662-8916 Ann Arbor Fuel Oil No3-3866 "You can be sure with pure"'. There is the symbol of a bird in black. The reverse side has a black background with a yellow, green and white design. Page 161 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 Wineberg, Susan Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 Wineberg, Susan Good OK Loan box 'Hats to Spats' Wineberg, Susan Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising box #2 Griffin, Ernie

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #53

Beuhler, Robert

Loan box 'Hats to Spats'

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Loan box 'Hats to Spats'

Wineberg, Susan

ObjectID# / Objname O 1997.005.01a-Box O 1997.005.01b-Box O 1997.005.01c-Box

Collection

Condition Good Good Good

Status OK OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves

Source Sager, David Sager, David Sager, David

Green boxboard with Fiegel's logo. A representative box used at one time in Fiegel's Menswear Red boxboard with Fiegel's logo. A representative box used at one time at Fiegel's Menswear. Green boxboard with Fiegel's logo. The box has a Greek key design in gold. A representative box used at one time at Fiegel's Menswear. O 1997.005.01d-Box Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sager, David Green with gold boxboard with Fiegel's logo. It folds flat until needed for use and has detachable black plastic handles. A representative box used at one time at Fiegel's Menswear. O 1997.005.01e-Box Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sager, David Green with gold boxboard with Fiegel's logo. It folds flat until needed for use and has detachable black handles. A representative box used at one time at Fiegel's Menswear. O 1997.005.02-Coathanger For a man's suit. Fiegel Logo is printed on in black O 1997.005.03-Paper, Wrapping Good OK Representative sample of white paper which was dispensed from a roll and used to wrap purchses. It has the old Fiegel's logo stamped on in green. O 1997.005.04-Block, Printing Plate used to print advertising for the newspaper. Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves Sager, David Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Sager, David

Sager, David

O 1997.005.05-Paper, Letterhead

Good

OK

Sager, David

Several samples of white stationary and envelopes with the Fiegel's letterhead printed in black.

O 1997.005.07-Ruler

Good

OK

Sager, David

4 metal rulers with the names of the 3 Sager's and Fiegel's advertising and address. Handed out to students as a back-to-school promotion. O 1997.005.08-Tag, Merchandise Good OK

Sager, David

Samples of several styles of price tag blanks used to attach price to items. Some have the old Fiegel's logo.

O 1997.005.09-Ad, Newspaper

Good

OK

Sager, David

Copy of a newspaper advertisement from 1918 for a large sale at Fiegel's. It was enlarged from the original and posted in the store window in the 1990s. On pink paper. Page 162

ObjectID# / Objname O 1997.005.10-Ad, Newspaper O 1997.005.11-Ad, Newspaper

Collection

Condition Good Good

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves

Source Sager, David Sager, David

Enlarged copy of a newspaper advertisement from 1994 used in a window display at Fiegel's. On white paper. Enlarged copy of a newspaper advertisement used in a window display to dispel rumors of closing. On pink paper. O 1997.005.12-Manikin Good OK Storage Sager, David Torso only, on a metal stand. a. is made of flesh colored material, b. is covered with a gray knit material. To be used in the museum for clothing displays. O 1997.005.13-Label Two examples of mailing labels used by Fiegel's. Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box MOMS moveable shelves Sager, David

O 1997.005.14-Poster

Good

OK

Sager, David

Mounted on hard backing. Reads '"Most Hideous Tie Competition". It was used to announce a contest at Fiegel's as a promotion to get people to come to the store. O 1997.008.3-File, Portable Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

Black leather document file with gold lettering. On the front are the words 'Document File Pommerening & Blaess Farm Lands & Farm Loans Life & Fire Insurance City Real Estate Ann Arbor, Michigan' O 1997.008.4-Notebook Good OK 6-ring black looseleaf. Lined, blank pages inside. On the inside front cover, in gold lettering, are the words 'Wahr's Book Store Ann Arbor, Michigan'. O 1997.009.2-Stamp, Marking Good OK Heavy metal instrument with wooden handle called Jr. Initial Machine. A circular wheel with a pointer rotates to letters of the alphabet. The instrument attaches to a counter top. It is used to imprint the owner's name or initials on an inside hat band. O 1997.010.1-Tie, Bow Good OK Red clip-on with 7" long streamers hanging down. On the right streamer in yellow letters 'Ypsilanti, Mich. 1823'. On the left 'Sesquicentennial 1973'. O 1997.010.2-Premium Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

Sager, David

MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Round sample of brown vinyl veneer over aluminum with a short aluminum handle. 'Ball Office Supply, Inc. 116 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Michigan' printed on the venner. O 1997.010.4-Medal, Excellent OK Commemorative Bronze. One side embossed with a picture of the pioneer conestoga wagon and oxen logo of Pioneer High School and the words 'THE PIONEERS'. The reverse is embossed with a picture of the old and new high school buildings with the words 'ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL 1856 - 100 YEARS OF PROGRESS - 1956' around the edge. Page 163

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1997.010.5-Fedora

Collection

Condition Excellent

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Wineberg, Susan

Black felt, lengthwise crease in crown. 'Alger-rolnick Product, Resistol, Self-conforming Beaver XXX, 990 Kitten Finished' printed on the silk lining. Inner leather hat band imprinted 'Wagner's, Ann Arbor.' O 1997.010.6-Calendar Fair OK Black ground with white border. There is a picture of a seated young lady in a large straw hat holding a bouquet of roses framed in white. Printed in gray on white background under the picture is '1891 Fiegel's in Ann Arbor since 1891 (this section in old Fiegel's logo style) 1937 Men's and Boys Outfitters Headquarters Boy Scouts of America Double Store'. There is a small tear-away pad of calendar pages. The pad has a borwon cover with 'Seasons Greetings' in white. Taped on the reverse of the poster is a xerox copy of a May 19, 1936 Ann Arbor Daily News Fiegel's advertisement. . MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising # 2 Wineberg, Susan

O 1997.010.7-Blotter

Good

OK

White background with yellow-green and black drawing of a man fishing and a woman watching. There is a drawing of a pair of shoes in the right corner with the word 'new'. Below the picture is 'Walk-Over SHOES. Below the picture in black is 'Hoffstetter's Walk-Over Boot Shop 115 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 1997.010.8-Brush, Food Fair OK .Bristles on an oval twisted wire inserted into a wooden handle. 'Mr. E. Edward Hieber 743 Packard Phone Ann Arbor 6873' in black on the handle. O 1997.013.1a-c-Tuxedo Excellent OK

MoMS/file drawer 3 R advertising env. # 1

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 4 MOMS moveable shelves L middle

Wineberg, Susan

Sager, David

Navy blue wool coat (a) and pants (b) made by Fashion Park for Albert Fiegel. There is a Fiegel's Menswear label inside. Formal tie (c) of black silk. O 1997.013.2-Machine, Good OK Numbering 40 Pin-On Price Marker for attaching price tags to clothing. a metal tray extends fromthe side Monarch Model of the machine. There is a drawer of type under the machine. A straight pin roll is loaded in the machine and a roll of Fiegel's price tags (old style logo) are loaded on the reel. Machine and electric motor are mounted on a board. Very heavy. O 1997.013.3-Coathanger Good OK Triangular, wooden. 2 flat sides with a round dowel third side for hanging pants. Wire hook extends from top. On wood below hook in black 'Reule, Conlin & Fiegel Co.' The left flat side has 'Clothing' in black and the right flat side has 'Furnishings'. O 1997.013.4-Block, Printing Lead type of Fiegel's old style logo mounted on a wooden block Good OK

Sager, David

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1997.013.5-Block, Printing

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5

Source Sager, David

Lead type block in Fiegel's old style logo mounted on 0.5 x 3" wooden block.

O 1997.014.1-Dress

Good

OK

Hendrickson, Kay

White cotton lawn of alternate stripes of sheer weave and full weave. Ankle length. White crocheted lace yolk in a flower pattern and on sleeve edges, seamline and around hem. Three-quarter length sleeves. Buttons up the back. O 1997.014.2-Blouse Good OK Sheer cotton, fine mesh with heavier starburst weave throughout. Crocheted yolk and collar in a flower pattern. Long sleeves with cuff and ruffle. Buttons up the back. O 1997.014.3-Dress Good OK White cotton lawn with V-shaped inset in front and a crocheted lace collar. The inset has 5 horizontal stripes of a heavier weave. The elbow length sleeves have 3 similar horizontal stripes and crocheted lace cuffs. There are 3 similar but wider horizontal stripes starting 8" above the hem line of the skirt. Ankle length. O 1997.014.4-Petticoat Good OK White cotton lawn stitch-pleated at the waist. Ankle length. Three two-stripe horizontal sections. O 1997.015.2-Box Good OK

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Hendrickson, Kay

Hendrickson, Kay

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MoMS/file drawer 3 R advertising env. # 2 MoMS/file drawer

Hendrickson, Kay

Adams, Kerry

Gift box, flat. White with drawing of a tree and lettering 'Goodyear's on Main Street in AnnArbor' in green. O 1997.016-Case, needle Good OK

Grace Shackman

Folded white cardboard case containing 9 needles of various sizes inserted through red foil, two sections of green foil with 6 needles each and an aluminum needle threader inserted in purple foil. The inside is a blue background with white edges and 'Nickel plated rust proof' in white. The folded front has an attached blue and white label with 'Compliments of Blue Ribbon Coal Company Quality Fuel & Heating Equipment 1709 South State Ann Arbor, Michigan Phone No. Ann Arbor 8-6332 R. Alexander C. Sevey' O 1997.018.2-Key Good OK Large brass skeleton key mounted on a block of wood. Used in the first Post Office in Ann Arbor. O 1997.020.1-Animal Good OK MOMS/metal shelves/box of building pieces McNamara, Irene

House by the Side of the Road

Folded card, one half shows the front of a zebra, the other the rear. They are to be cut out and glued to a spool of thread to make a play animal. The instructions say to use either #10 Clark's O.N.T. cotton thread of J.P. Coats six cord. The card is number 3 in a series of 6 of John Martin's Speed Zoo from J.P. Coats-Clark's O.N.T. O 1997.020.2-Animal Good OK House by the Side of the Road Folded card, one half shows the front of an hippopotamus, the other the rear. They are to be cut out and glued to a spool of thread to make a play animal. The instructions say to use either #10 Clark's O.N.T. cotton thread of J.P. Coats six cord. The card is number 6 in a series of 6 of John Martin's Speed Zoo from J.P. Coats-Clark's O.N.T. Page 165

ObjectID# / Objname O 1996.001.01-Trunk

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location Storage

Source Hunter, Rebecca

Steamer-green with metal hinges, clasps, and corner pieces and black studded strapping. Initials E.A.H.G. on top and a Northwestern Univ. decal on one side. Carson, Pirie, Scott Co. Chicago, IL sticker on another side. The inside has four wooden drawers on the right side and an open wardrobe area on the left with a hanging bar and a cloth cover. Lined with gold patterned paper in a swirl design. O 1996.001.02-Gown Good OK Handmade of gold satin. Cap sleeves, wide fitted V waist with drop ruffle at waist in back, covered buttons down front of bodice. Floor length. O 1996.001.03-Gown Fair OK Handmade of black silk. Scoop neck, long sleeves with three covered buttons at the wrist. Floor length. O 1996.001.04-Cloak Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 Hunter, Rebecca

Hunter, Rebecca

Hunter, Rebecca

Handmade of black velvet. Uneven scalloped bottom, ruffles at waist level, rolled collar. Lining of tan silk covers the upper 3/4s. Floor length. O 1996.001.05-Cloak Fair OK Handmade of black wool. Black velvet collar, two large metal buttons with green centers on front. Lined in black. O 1996.001.06-Coat, Evening Good OK Handmade of black wool. Added capelet over the shoulders. long sleeves. Beige silk lining folds to form a wide lapel and band down the front. This is trimmed with five rows of black rickrack trim. Capelet is also lined with beige silk. Floor length. O 1996.001.07-Coat Good OK Handmade of black net. Long sleeves edged with lace, flared skirt extends from dropped waist. O 1996.001.08-Kimono Good OK

Hunter, Rebecca

Hunter, Rebecca

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8

Hunter, Rebecca

Hunter, Rebecca

Silk, floor length. Yellow at top shades to white at waist, then gray darkening to black at the bottom. The back is embroidered with red flowers, green stems and leaves which extend over the sleeve to the front. There are butterflies embroidered beneathe the flower design on the back. There is a separte silk tie of gray shading to black. O 1996.001.09-Blouse Good OK White net peasant style with six horizontal rows of shirred stitching around the top. Cap sleeves with shirred stitching around edge. Cloth tape at waistline gathers material in. O 1996.001.10a-Scarf, Neck Mink. 5" wide pelt with head, feet and tail attached. O 1996.001.10b-Scarf, Neck Fox. 7" wide pelt with head, feet and tail attached. Good OK Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1996.001.10c-Scarf, Neck Brown and white rabbit pelt. O 1996.001.01b-Case, Traveling

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 Storage inside trunk 96.1.1

Source Hunter, Rebecca

Fair

OK

Hunter, Rebecca

Wooden case covered to match lining of trunk. Has two clasps and pull handle. The inside is lined with green and gold paper in a floral design. Fits inside the trunk. Could be used for small personal items or writing materials. O 1996.001.12-Case, Traveling Good OK Storage inside trunk 96.1.1 Hunter, Rebecca Zipper top canvas bag in blue, black, red, white and gold stripes. The top is trimmed with white leather and the handles are of white leather. A round label on one side in the shape of a life preserver reads 'S - S France'. An attached white leather luggage tag reads 'E. A. H. Green 225 Ferdon Ann Arbor, Mich. U.S.A.' a paperboard tag attached with string reads 'nom du passager-Green, Date de depart- 4 Juin, Cabine No. -247, Pont V train special voiture (8:00 AM) "P", Compartment 6 de 1A300 O 1996.001.13-Blanket Lightweight ecru flannel with band of colors woven near one end. O 1996.002.1-Fan Fair OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 8 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box # 2 Hunter, Rebecca

Walters, Pauline

Handscreen made of strips of straw radiating out from the handle and edged by masking tape. Printed on one side in black letters are the words 'Compliments of Geo. H. Miller Fine Shoes 212 So. Main St. Ann Arbor'. The fan has a 4.5" straw stalk handle. O 1996.002.2-Fan Good OK Boxboard rectangular handscreen with flat wooden handle. The top is a large rounded arch and the bottom is curved. One side has a gray and white background with a colored picture of a lady with a halo seated at a desk. There are three cherubs looking down on her. The reverse has a white background with black lettering and reads 'Radios - Pianos Player Pianos - Phonographs Records - Music Rolls - Sheet Music String Instruments - Everything in Music - Leave orders for tuning and repairing Dial 7212 Allmendinger Music Shop 305 Maynard Street Ann Arbor' O 1996.003.1-Box Good OK Handmade wooden box with hinged lid stained dark brown. Contains doll, envelope documenting doll and daguerreotype. O 1996.003.2-Doll Good OK

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Doll, Louis

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Doll, Louis

China head with molded painted blond hair, blue eyes, rouged cheeks and shoulders. Cloth body with fingerless hands. Wearing a gray dress with white dots trimmed around the neck and sleeves with red and white and around the hem with alternate strips of red and white, gray, and white with blue polka dots. O 1996.005-Cover, Flue Good OK MOMS Wineberg, Susan Round stove hole cover shaped like a pie plate, painted on one side. The painted side has a farm scene painted on a tan background. O 1996.006.1-Bottle, Medicine Good OK Clear glass bottle with red screw cap two thirds full of white crystals. The attached white paper label reads, in part, 'Epsom Salts Fischer Pharmacy Ann Arbor, Mich.' Page 167 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 Adams, Kerry

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O 1996.006.2-Bank, Still

Good

OK

Pink plastic rectangle with a drawing of a building in blue one one side. Beneath the drawing are the words 'Liberty at Division Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association' in blue. O 1996.007.1-Button Good OK

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Adams, Kerry

Heubner, Trudi

Round, metal pinback button pin. One side has a yellow background with a blue block M superimposed over a picture of ET holding a football and wearing a wool cap in Univ. of Mich. colorx and a sprig of roses below. On the back, there is a note attached which reads 'Copyright 1982 St. Francis School Ann Arbor'. O 1996.007.2-Pin Good OK Round metal pinback button pin. One side has a yellow background with a blue block M and the words 'Say Yes to Michigan' in blue. O 1996.009-Cover, Drain Good Restoration Small round cast iron cover for a water valve to the sewer lines. 'Hutzel's Co.' is around the top edge in raised letters and 'Water' is across the middle. There is a smaller circle indented within the larger circle. 'Patented' is in raised letters around the smaller circle. There is a small round opening within the smaller circle. O 1996.011-Fan O 1996.013-Eyeshade Good Good OK OK Handscreen with wooden handle. Blue and white with the words 'Be a fan of MoMS'. Black shiny plastic brim with white linen edges and ties. White lettering on the brim reads 'Work Clothes & Shoes HAGEN'S Clothcraft Clothing Ann Arbor.' O 1995.002.1-Gown, Wedding Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS/metal shelves/box of building pieces

Heubner, Trudi

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #2

WCHS fund raiser Pieper, Louisa

Two piece, black silk. Top--fitted, long sleeves with ~10 horizontal pleats for cuffs, 3 panels of material from waist over side and back, buttons up front with round black buttons with rhinestone center (2 missing). Skirt--3 tiers of ruffles around bottom, lined with brown muslin O 1995.003.1-Hoop, Quilting Good OK Circular wooden hoop with metal tightening screw mechanism. In brown paper envelope reading 'Grandmother Clark's 22 inch Quilting Hoop Light and Easy to Handle Quilt is Easily Prepared for Quilting Hoop Holds Quilt Firmly and Evenly Takes up Much Less Space than Quilting Frame Aslo Very Practical for making Hooked Rugs, Quilting Pillows, Embroidering Bed Spreads, Table Covers or any Large Pieces.' O 1995.005.01-Bonnet Fair OK Green silk with brown cheesecloth lining, barrel shape, wires for stiffenening, bow at back. Folds flat. O 1995.005.02,03-Dress Fair OK

Dunnaback, Russell and O'Neill, Maxine

Kortesosa, Grace

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

Two-piece silk taffeta in stripes of white, light green and dark green. (.2) Top--Flared sleeves trimmed with braid and velvet and lined with cream silk, rest of top lined with brown cotton, hook and eye front closure. (.3) Skirt--Long, soft pleats at waist, lined with light brown chintz. Page 168

ObjectID# / Objname O 1995.005.04,05-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6

Source Sprigs, Lynn

Two-piece beige organdy with white cross-hatches and brown flowers. (.3) Top--Olive color lace trim around sleeves, white muslin camisole lining, stays up center front, back hook and eye closure. (.4) Skirt--lined with muslin waist to hips. O 1995.005.06-Bodice Fair OK Black chintz, short. Lined with brown muslin, stays in front, hook and eye closure down back. Flared sleeves lined with cream silk, velvet band around bottom of sleeves and near armhole. O 1995.005.07-Dress Fair OK Child's, light brown with blue and red polka dots, blue rickrack trim around skirt, sleeves and neck, ruffled cap sleeve, ruffle around waist, button trim down front with blue rickrack on either side, button-down back opening. O 1995.005.08-Cape Green and gray striped chintz, bottom edge scalloped. O 1995.005.09-Vest Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #6 MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 2

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

White linen, front faux quilted with diamond pattern, tan flowers in some diamonds, 6 buttons, back is white cotton, white cotton ties from sides to tie in back. O 1995.005.10-Shawl Fair OK White silk square with white silk satin-stitch embroidered floral pattern. Macrame and fringe edging of quilting thread. Reversible. O 1995.005.11-Shawl Fair OK White silk with fucshia floral satin-stitch embroidery. Long macrame and fringe border of ecru silk thread. Reversible. O 1995.005.12-Shawl Brown and white checked cotton, brown and white fringe. O 1995.005.13-Bodice Fair OK Fair OK

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

Black chintz lined with brown cotton, long waist, long flare sleeves lined with white silk, belvet band and fringe trim on front, hook and eye closure down front. O 1995.005.14-Shawl Black net with flocked floral pattern. Triangular shape. O 1995.005.15-Pillowcase Pair, white linen, crocheted or tatted picot edging. O 1995.008.2-Picture Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Sprigs, Lynn

Sprigs, Lynn

Vowell, Esther

Souvenir sent to mother by Cpl. Adam Poole during his service in WWI. The white linen ground reads 'To Mother'. Below it is an American flag and the company insignia. Below that is the word 'Souvenir'. Next is a drawing of a bombed out building with the words 'Chateau Thierry, Argonne, St. Mihiel, 1918' in green. Page 169

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Below that in black is 'Cpl. Adam Pool'(sic) , then in green Co. D, 39th U.S. Inf., then in blue 'Rolandseck-Rhein 1919'. At the bottom are his corporal stripes in white. The whole thing is framed in a 7.75" x 19" brown wood frame of decorative molding. O 1995.011.1-Pan, Frying Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Griffin, Ernie Small metal frying pan. A stamped metal piece attached to the 6" handle has raised letters reading 'Ann Arbor Stamping Co.' O 1995.011.4-Calendar Good OK 1979-1980 monthly calendar. White cover with gray letters reading 'The Ann Arbor Calendar 1879-1980'. There is a picture of a wood carving of an animal (?wolverine) on a log on the cover. Each month has a different scene of Ann Arbor. O 1994.001.1-Bunting Red, white and blue stripes--one of each color--of a cotton gauze material. O 1994.001.2a-Box Fair OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/18.5x14.5" gray drop front storage box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #47 MOMS Griffin, Ernie

Haines, Peggy

Haines, Peggy

Wooden flag box with brass front clasp. Label is red and white and reads 'Civic Progress Award The flag of Washtenaw County was presented to County Court House as a memento of the Sixtieth Jubilee Year of the J. L. Hudson Company Detroit 1881-1941'. The box was made to hold the flag 94.1.2b. O 1994.001.2b-Flag Good OK Haines, Peggy White silk ground with gold silk border. 'WASHTENAW' in large blue letters. A blue flag with a gold block M is mounted on a gold flagpole and superimposed over a cloud outlined in blue is below the word. O 1994.001.2c-Plaque Good OK MOMS Haines, Peggy Gold painted wood mounted on stained wood, curved top and bottom. The Michigan state seal is at the top. The plaque reads as follows: 'MICHIGAN COUNTY FLAGS WASHTENAW Michigan has a complete set of county flags, created in 1940, employing designs suggested by Michigan educators, editors and public officials. These designs represent county products, activities or historic landmarks. The flags wree presentedin 1941 through 83 Civic Award Committees selected to recomend recipients. Michigan's county flags were presented to the counties by the J. L. Hudson Company of Detroit'. All words are in capital letters of varying fonts on the plaque. The word Washtenaw is gold on a blue ground. There is a small crest between the dividing the text between the words recipients and Michigan's. O 1994.002.01-Flag Good OK Fragment of Civil War flag consisting of gold stars and a blue background threads mounted on ivory silk. A note in the corner reads 'Co. C 81st NY stars picked up by Mr. W. Fitzgerald during the battle at Fair Oaks May 31st 1862'. It is mounted behind glass in a plain 7.25"x 9.5" oak frame. On the reverse is a note 'found by students of Geo. Manupelli at old Ann Arbor City Hall--early 1960s'. O 1994.002.07m-Ribbon, Good OK Commemorative a green shamrock embroidered on. Stamped in gold is 'Group B Washtenaw County 4 Red silk ribbon with H Show 1947'. O 1994.002.08-Notebook Page 170 Good OK Typewritten alphabetized record list for the jukebox at Drake's Sandwich Shop in a grayish blue 3-ring MOMS moveable shelves F upper slot 4 Wineberg, Susan

MoMS/file drawer 4L Misc. ephemera MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

ObjectID# / Objname

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location box-Advertising # 1

Source

notebook with dividers. It includes title, slot number and performer. O 1994.002.09-Novelty Two green plastic limes with black stems about the size of a real lime. Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1 Wineberg, Susan

O 1994.002.11-Novelty Small clear plastic animal O 1994.002.10-Box

Good

OK

Wineberg, Susan

Good

OK

Wineberg, Susan

Tan boxboard box with black lettering which reads 'This carton contains 50 Drake's Russian Caravan Tea Bags Net. Wt. 5 1/2 oz.' The box is empty. O 1994.002.12-Box Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

White box board box with added white paper cover which gives a rough texture to the top and sides of the box. Black lettering on the top of the top reads 'Drake's'. On the side of the top it reads '709 North University Ann Arbor, Michigan'. There is a label which reads '25 cents'. The box is empty. O 1994.002.13-Hat Good OK Off-white, flat-folding paper hat. Printing on two sides in red and blue reads 'Drink Orange Crush Tm No. Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.' To the right of the words is the figure of an orange crush man with blue head and pants and orange shirt. He is wearing a hat with the word 'Crushy' on it. The number 'F-913' is below the figure. There is a band of orange trim around the words and picture. O 1994.002.14-Hat Good OK White, flat-folding paper hat. Printed in green and orange on two sides is 'Have a Orange Crush'. There is a band of orange trim around the words. Printed inside the hat is '1961 Paper Lynen Co., Columbus, Ohio' O 1994.002.15-Hat Good OK White, flat-folding paper hat. Printed in black on two sides is 'Drake's "M" Burger Bar'. There is a band of green trim around the words. Printed inside is 'Paper Lynen Co., Columbus, Ohio.' O 1994.002.18-Saltshaker, Good OK peppershaker Two-clear green glass, six-sided, with perforated aluminum screw on cap. A mark embossed on the bottom is an H with curved sides with an A between the legs. O 1994.002.20-Stamp, Marking Good OK

MoMS/file drawer 3R Drake's Wineberg, Susan ephemera

MoMS/file drawer 3R Drake's Wineberg, Susan ephemera MoMS/file drawer 3R Drake's Wineberg, Susan ephemera MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15 Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Rubber stamp with black plastic handle. The text is printed on a white background on top of the stamp as well as on the stamp itself. The text reads ' Drake's Sandwich Shop Distributor of Mint Teas 709 N. University Ave. Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 1994.002.35-Smock Blue cotton, button front, long sleeves. Two patch pockets on the front. Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1994.004.1-Box

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising #1

Source French, Arthur

Small white paperboard prescription box with a blue border around the edge of the top. A paper label reading 'Eberbach & Son Co. Pharmacists 200-202 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan No. 146826 Dr. Knoll Louise Heusel One three times a day Apl 9-,11-49'. O 1994.005.1-Ribbon, Prize Good OK Red taffeta ribbon with gold printing. There is a double shirred circle top with a silver center embossed with a horse head. The left strand of the ribbon reads '4-H Spring Round-Up 1965' and the right strand reads 'Washtenaw County Second Place'. On the back of the top is a label 'Congratulations, Event, Date Regalia Mfg. Co. Rock Island, Ill.' There is also a Treasure Mart Label dated 10/7/99 135801 25cents. There is a large clip for hanging attached. O 1994.006.2-Projector, Slide Good OK Argus Special slide projector in a 7"x10.5"x5" blue and silver metal case wtih two black plastic adjustible feet. O 1994.006.3-Projector, Slide Good OK Argus 500 Automatic 4" slide projector in green metal case with aluminum reinforced edges and a green plastick handle. The bottom of the case has 0.75" black hard rubber feet. O 1994.006.1-Projector, Good OK Motion-picture Argus Showmaster 500 movie projector and reel in 10.5"x6"x7.75" blue metal case with silver edges. The case has a gray plain handle and 3.5" rubber feet + one adjustable screw foot. O 1994.009.1-Ax, Felling Fair OK

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J

Foster, Calvin

Foster, Calvin

MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS

Foster, Calvin

Schuman, Josephine

Single-bit felling ax with Michigan doe-foot handle. 7"L x 4"W blade is 1.5" thick tapering to an edge, wooden handle goes through blade, handle is 2.75"W at point of insertion into handle O 1994.010.1-Baluster Good OK MOMS moveable shelves C Milliman, Doris Turned wood, square bottom with turned section leading to second square section and a second turned section and topped with another square section. Mahogany finish. O 1994.010.2-Baluster Good OK MOMS moveable shelves C Milliman, Doris Turned wood, square bottom with turned section leading to second square section and a second turned section and topped with another square section. Unfinished wood. O 1994.011.1-Piano O 1993.001.1-Knife, Paper Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising #2 Muter, Phyllis Mason, Emma

Stainless steel letter opener. 3" oval aluminum medallions embossed 'Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Ann Arbor, Michigan' attached front and back at one end to form a handle. O 1993.001.2-Ashtray Good OK Round, black glass ashtray with 3 cigarette rests. White lettering on the rim reads 'George A. Peterson Washtenaw County Michigan Sheriff'. There is also a white drawing of a sheriff's badge on the rim. O 1993.002.1-Tray, Serving Good OK Brown metal tray with photograph decoupaged to center. The photograph is a view of Main Street, North from Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan from 1893. There is a postcard with a similar view dated 1963 taped to Page 172

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ObjectID# / Objname the corner of the tray. O 1993.002.2-Kaleidoscope

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

Good

OK

Three pieces of white/brown mottled glass soldered together with copper to form a triangle.

MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys MOMS moveable shelves

Neumann, Kurt

O 1993.002.3-Calendar Perpetual calendar made out of stained wood. The edges are leaded. O 1993.002.4-Game

Good Good

OK OK

Neumann, Kurt Neumann, Kurt

Two sets of nine wooden tiles numbered 1 through 9. The object is to arrange them so they add to the same sum in all directions. O 1993.002.5-Assemblage O 1993.002.6-Puzzle Good Good OK OK Neumann, Kurt Neumann, Kurt Piece of dark stained wood with stacks of lighter wood arranged across it which can be viewed to read 'Jesus'. 2.25" cube of wood made up of pieces of wood made up of pieces of wood. Most of the pieces are 0.75" square by 2.25 long. Pieces must be stacked in a specific order to form the cube. O 1993.003.1-Case, Display Good OK MOMS Hepburn, Marjorie Small revolving case for the display of jewelry. There are three display window sides lined in green paperboard. The case can be secured by a keyed lock. O 1993.005.03-Box Good OK MOMS moveable shelves C Arbour, Keith Wooden box full of painting and decorating tools. The box has a hinged top, no clasp. It is spattered with paint on all surfaces. O 1993.005.04-Comb, Graining Small size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.05-Comb, Graining Medium size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.06-Comb, Graining Large size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.07-Comb, Graining Small size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.08-Comb, Graining Medium size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.09-Comb, Graining Small size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. Page 173 Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

ObjectID# / Objname

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

O 1993.005.10-Comb, Graining Large size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.11-Comb, Graining Medium size metal comb used by painter for decorating wood. O 1993.005.12-Box

Good

OK

MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3

Arbour, Keith

Good

OK

Arbour, Keith

Good

OK

Arbour, Keith

Small wood box with a sliding top. There is a red label on one side whick reads 'The Kennedy Optical Co. Cor. State and Rowland Sts Detroit Mich.' There are red and white stamps on the box. Two are 2 cent stamps and the other is a 4 cent stamp. The cancellation reads 'Sept. 10 6:30 p.m. Mich. 1905'. The box contains charcoal. O 1993.005.13-Knife, Wallpaper Good OK Flat metal tool. One edge has a convex curve. There is a flat edge that rounds to the handle opposite it. The tool has a round wooden handle. There is a red string around the top of the blade. O 1993.005.14-Knife, Wallpaper Good OK Flat metal tool. One edge has a convex curve. There is a flat edge that rounds to the handle opposite it. The tool has a round wooden handle. O 1993.005.15-Roller Small hard rubber roller with rounded wooden handle. O 1993.005.16-Brush, Stencilling Short fat brush with short rounded wooden handle. O 1993.005.17-Spoon Silver plate spoon probably used for mixing paint. O 1993.005.18-Brush, Stencilling Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Long handle with large amount of medium length bristles. Orange-pink paint residue on the brush. String on handle. O 1993.005.19-Brush, Stencilling Thin long handle with very short stubby bristles. O 1993.005.20-Brush, Stencilling Thin long black handle with very short bristles. Good OK Good OK

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1993.005.21-Brush, Paint

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3 MOMS moveable shelves/in box 93.5.3

Source Arbour, Keith

Thin long handle with short bristles. Covered with gold paint. O 1993.005.22-Knife, Palette Long flat blade, wood handle, red string on blade. O 1993.005.23-Tip, Gilder's Good OK Good OK

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

O 1993.005.24-Brush, Paint Short-handled brush with narrow bristles O 1993.005.25-Brush, Stencilling Long, thick wooden handled brush with long, thick bristles

Good

OK

Arbour, Keith

Good

OK

Arbour, Keith

O 1993.005.26-.41-Brush, Good OK Stencilling Fifteen brushes with long thin wood handles and bristles of various lengths and thickness. Paint covered. O 1993.005.42-Brush, Lettering Long thin wood handle with minute bristles. O 1993.005.43-Brush, Stencilling Long thin wood handle with short, stubby bristles. O 1993.005.44-Wire Length of metal rod with curved ends. Unknown use. O 1993.006.1-Warmer, Bed Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Arbour, Keith

Rectangular soapstone bed warmer with wire handle attached by drilling holes in two sides of the soapstone. O 1993.007.01-Dollhouse Good

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Duncan, Sheri #1 MOMS moveable shelves L Figg, Earlyne

Two rooms (one on each story), wood covered with lithograph, keyhole gable, dormer, chimney, front steps, turned spindles on porch. The front of the house opens on metal hinges as does the front door. Lace curtains on the front windows. The sharply peaked roof is painted red. Mounted on a wooden base. Made by Bliss. O 1993.007.02-Dollhouse Good OK MOMS moveable shelves L Figg, Earlyne Two story wood with lithograph paper covering end gable house with front dormer. Front of house opens up on metal hinges as does the front door. The interior walls are wall papered and there are lace curtains in the windows. Two chimneys are attached to the red painted roof. The front entrance porch has turned wood colums and a blue roof. There is a two step stoop at the front entrance. Inside is a large wooden table and 2 Page 175

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Source

chairs. The house is mounted on an open blue wood base. O 1993.007.03-Furniture, Toy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/ Figg, Earlyne Oak hutch with 2 open shelves mounted on a two-drawer base. Plain metal drawer pulls. Simple, sturdy design reminiscent of Shaker. O 1993.007.04-Furniture, Toy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/ Figg, Earlyne Oak dresser with mirror. The moveable square beveled glass mirror is in a plain oak frame and attached to an upright frame mounted on a four-drawer chest. The upright frame has two rounded-top side pieces which are connected across the top with a double S-curved piece with a carved round bull's eye in the middle. The chest has two large drawers that run the full width topped by two drawers side by side. The drawer pulls are plain copper-colored metal. The chest skirt has the same double S-curve at the mirror. The style is very simple. O 1993.007.13-Picture Fair OK Black and white pastoral scene with sheep on a hill, trees, and a small town in the background. It is captioned 'Ann Arbor in 1852.' On the reverse is part of an article titled 'The Story of an American Town Ann Arbor, Michigan.' Probably taken from a magazine. O 1993.007.14-Picture Good OK Sepia toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Inside the Pioneers' log cabin, Burns Park, 1898' and shows a fireplace with a man seated in a rocking chair. The beams are inscribed with the names of the Washtenaw County pioneers. The reverse in the month of January. O 1993.007.15-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Hitching a ride at Saline Valley Farms, c. 1935. and shows a haywagon pulled by two horses. Harold S. Gray, Quaker pacifist who founded the farm during the Depression, is shown boosting a child onto the wagon. The reverse is the month of September. O 1993.007.16-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Deacon Lorrin Mills and house, 600 West Huron, Ann Arbor' and shows a man in front of an Italianate house. There are three other people on the porch of the house. Lorrin Mills was the first tailor in Michigan west of Detroit and a Congregational Deacon. The reverse is the month of February. O 1993.007.17-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Centennial celebration, Ypsilanti, 1923. One hundred year old Reverend Seth Reed, man in white beard, is standing in front of a log cabin. To his left is an ox cart with one man sitting on the cart and another tending the two oxen. The reverse is the month of March. O 1993.007.18-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Chelsea Bank, northwest corner of Main and Middle Streets, c. 1890' and shows a two story brick Italianate building. A sign reads 'Money to Loan BANK Interest paid on Deposits' with a tiny 'NO' added before the word interest. The bank is on the second floor above a drug store. There is a man sitting on an upstairs window ledge and eight men along the sidewalk. The reverse is the month of October. MOMS moveable shelves/photo box #3 Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

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ObjectID# / Objname O 1993.007.19-Picture

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Source Figg, Earlyne

Sepia-toned cover of '1978 Historical Calendar'. It is captioned 'Barton Power House from Bird Hills' and shows the Huron River and the Barton Dam and building. The reverse is a sepia-toned picture captioned 'University of Michigan Observatory: east wing (1908-76), original building (1854), director's residence (1868-1955), Couzens Hall.' The photo was taken from the steps of University Hospital. O 1993.007.20-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Barton Dam and Powerhouse under construction, December 29, 1912' and shows men working with teams of horses with the building and dam behind them. The reverse is the month of November. O 1993.007.21-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Residence of A.J. Waters, Manchester, c. 1910' and shows a cedar shake house with round central tower and crenelated walls. The reverse is the month of August. O 1993.007.22-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Parade, G.A.R. Encampment, Ypsilanti, 1911' and shows a parade on a crowd-lined city street. The buildings and street are decorated with flags and bunting to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the first shots of the Civil War. The reverse is the month of June. O 1993.007.23-Picture Good OK Sepia-toned picture from a 1978 calendar of historical scenes. It is captioned 'Swimmers, diving and disrobing, on the Huron River near Brighton' and shows a boy about to dive from a rickety platform. Three other boys are in various stages of clothing. The reverse is the month of.July. O 2003.012.6-Booklet Fair OK "1928 Keystone Engagement Calendar and Stamp Case" is a very small booklet. It contains a list of birthstones and flowers of the month, the times of the seasons, list of wedding anniversary gifts and space for daily notes or appointments. Written in ink on the flyleaf is 'Ida Dalitz 2008 Vinewood Ann Arbor, Mich.' The paper cover is printed in purple to look like leather. On the reverse, in gold, is "Schlanderer & Seyfried Jewelers Ann Arbor, Mich." O 2003.012.5-Matchbook Fair OK Red with white border folded paper matchbook with striker area on front. The word 'REd's' is in white across the front cover. No matches. O 2003.012.4-Ashtray Good OK Clear glass with round inner well and four cigarette rests to form corners. Circle surrounding the word 'REd's' painted on bottom in red. O 2003.009-Brick Fair OK Home-made brick. Printed on one side in black is 'Homemade brick from clay field on Wm. Guenther farm'. On another side is '2560 Jackson Rd. clay field W. of house'. On one end is 'To EJA 1950' and on opposite end is 'From Mrs. Minnie Bock'. O 2003.010-Trunk Page 177 Fair OK

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MoMS/file drawer 4L, Figg ephemera

Figg, Earlyne

MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4

Jan Enns

MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #2 MOMS moveable shelves

Jan Enns

Jan Enns

Danekind, Doris

MOMS moveable shelves

Johnson, Cary

Hide covered trunk, ca 1830. There is a label which reads 'Street & Thomas, Albany".

ObjectID# / Objname O 2003.011.17-Tray, Serving

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves J

Source Weidenbach, Jerry

Silver plated, round, 12" diameter. The edge is embossed in a swoosh design. The center is engraved with a geometric and floral pattern with an open area in the middle. The engraving matches 2003.11.2. O 2003.018.1-Box O 2003.018.2-Blanket Good Excellent OK OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn Diesenroth, Evelyn White gift box with B. E. Muehlig Ann Arbor, Michigan in blue letters on the top Pink knit fringed blanket for baby, never used, with original price tag. Found in box 2003.18.1 O 2003.021-Carriage, Doll Good OK

Meade, Catherine

Green wicker with black metal frame and black rubber wheels. There is an adjustable foot end made of green woven metal wire. There are side windows in the moveable sun shade hood. There is a diamond design in dark green wicker on the sides and top of the hood. There is a black steel rod handle with a turned wood grip loacted at the foot end of the carriage. There is a white muslin covered pad in the bottom. O 2003.023.2-Box Good OK 2 small candy boxes. Top covered by paper that simulates wood grain. 'KENMORE FINE CANDIES' is printed in red in the right corner and is surrounded on two sides by a border of silver lines. '300 South State Street Ann Arbor' is printed along the left top edge with the 300 and Ann Arbor in silver and the rest in red. On the inside of the box there is a paper doily flap along the long sides to partially cover the candies. O 2003.023.3-Box Good OK 2 large candy boxes. Top covered by paper that simulates wood grain. 'KENMORE FINE CANDIES' is printed in red in the right corner and is surrounded on two sides by a border of silver lines. '300 South State Street Ann Arbor' is printed along the left top edge with the 300 and Ann Arbor in silver and the rest in red. The inside of the box is divided into two sections with a paper doily flap along the long sides of each section to partially cover the candies. O 2003.026.1-Antimacassar Good OK Three piece set of handmade white filet crochet covers with a central rose motif. The chair back cover (a) consists of a 22" x 13.25" rectangle with two sets of five rows each on the bottom long edge. These rows taper to form two points. The arm covers (b,c) consist of a 13" x 10" rectangle with five rows that taper to a point along one short edge. O 2003.023.1-Sign, Trade Fair OK MOMS Hauptman, Jeff Large window sign advertising the opening of a new store. The words 'THE KENMORE' are in blue capitals shadowed with yellow at the top of the sign. Below that is a row of red letters reading 'will open here about June 28th'. The lower section of the sign is divided into three sections. On the lower right, surrounded by a scallopped yellow border, are the words 'featuring' in red script, and 'Fine Foods Fountain Candies 'in blue capitals and 'Air Conditioning' in blue script. In the center of the lower section, marked off by chartreuse lines at each side is the word 'Proprietors' in blue capitals underlined two wavy yellow lines with 'Alfred' (in red script) 'Hafke' (in blue capitals) 'James' (in red script) Gribble (in blue capitals). On the lower right, surrounded by scallopped yellow lines, are the words 'George P.' (in red script) 'Brigham' (in blue capitals) 'Architect' (in red script). MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box 2 Hauptman, Jeff

MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box 2

Hauptman, Jeff

Browning, Mary

Page 178

ObjectID# / Objname O 2003.026.2-Antimacassar

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location

Source Browning, Mary

Three piece ecru handmade crochet set of covers. Each piece consists of groups of 1.75" crocheted squares joined together. The chair back cover (a) measures 18.5" x 10.25" overall and has three rows of nine squares each plus one row each of seven, five, and three, respectively, attached to one long edge to create a stepped down effect. Each arm piece (b,c) measures 11.5"x 6.25" and has five rows of four squares each plus a row of two squares attached to each short edge. O 2003.026.3-Antimacassar Good OK Browning, Mary Three piece set of white handmade crocheted covers. Each is made of small 1" squares joined together in rows. The chair back cover (a) measures 17" x 9.25" overall and consists of nine rows of ten squares each plus a series of stepped down rows with eight, six, four and two squares at each short edge. The arm covers (b,c) measure 13.5" x 9.25" and consist of five rows of ten squares each plus stepped down rows of eight, six, four and two squares at each short edge. O 2003.026.4.1-Pattern, Good OK Needlework One of a series of red transfer patterns that may have been part of a 'pattern of the month' club. It consists of embroidery patterns for an alphabet, a wild rose spray for sheets and pillowcases, cut work motifs, ducks, and a butterfly. A pattern for flannel or doeskin baby shoes that can be embroidered with the patterns is also provided. There are also directions for use. The pattern page is numbered 550-70. O 2003.026.4.2-Pattern, Good OK Needlework of red transfer patterns that may have been part of a 'pattern of the month' club. It consists of One of a series embroidery patterns of square dancers (two couples and a fiddler), floral designs, a dog head and butterfly. There are also suggestions for placement of floral designs on a pinafore and a pattern for an apron. There are also directions for use. It is numbered 550-71. O 2003.026.4.3-Pattern, Good OK Needlework One of a series of red transfer patterns that may have been part of a 'pattern of the month' club. It consist of Mexican figures for a set of tea towels or quilt and flower designs for pillow slips. There are also directions for use. It is numbered 550-72. O 2003.026.4.4-Pattern, Good OK Needlework One of a series of red transfer patterns that may have been part of a 'pattern of the month' club. It consists of cross-stitch patterns for an anitmacassar set. The chair back cover features dogs and the arm covers feature trees. There are also flower designs for handkerchief or scarf and playing card suits for coaster or place mat. There are also directions for use. It is numbered 550-73. O 2003.026.4.5-Pattern, Good OK Needlework labelled 'Flower of the month Your surprise birthday gift.' It consists of traceable patterns for A pattern sheet twelve flowers that can be made of many materials. They are meant to be attached to wire stems and can be used to make a boutonniere or bouquet. There are also directions for use. O 2003.026.5-Hook, Rug Good OK Needle used for making punch hook rugs. It has two flat metal handle sections that slide along each other. One handle has a needle with a hole at one end attached. It was made by Virginia Snow Studios of Elgin, IL. It comes in a red box with blue-edged white letters 'Virginia Snow Automatic Rug Needle #5 Artist's Mfr's of Needle Work Specialties'. There is a picture of the tool and a picture of a woman using the tool on the box. The reverse side of the box has a picture of a hooked rug and directions for the tool's use. Page 179 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Browning, Mary document case #2

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Browning, Mary document case #2

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Browning, Mary document case #2

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Browning, Mary document case #2

MOMS moveable shelves/gray Browning, Mary document case #2

MOMS moveable shelves/needlework box

Browning, Mary

ObjectID# / Objname O 2003.026.6-Hook, Crochet

Collection

Condition Good Good

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves

Source Browning, Mary Browning, Mary

Long wire hook that is bent into a V section 2.25" from the hook end. O 2003.026.7-Fan Ivory colored plastic sticks with an ostrich feather attached to each one. There is a long ivory silk ribbon attached to a ring at the end where the sticks join. O 2003.027.1-Doll Good OK Composition head, arms, legs and cloth body. Painted on facial features, including blue eyes and closed red lips, and black hair. The feet are molded and painted to represent black high heel pumps. The doll is wearing a blue silk full-slirted dress trimmed with lace and a blue silk cloche hat to match. There are blue pantaloons underneath the skirt. The arms are extended in an outward position. This adult doll is meant to be displayed on a bed. O 2003.027.2-Furniture, Toy Fair OK Hutch with lower two-door base topped by an open one-shelf compartment. There are three small screw-eyes along the shelf. The wooden piece has a tin back. It is painted cream with blue trim. O 2003.027.3-Furniture, Toy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn Hutch with a two-door base and a one-shelf open area above. The piece is wood with a green hardboard back. The frame is painted yellow. The doors are painted green and have unpainted knob handles. There is a decal of a girl holding a large tea pot on the center of each door. The cabinet has an S curve skirt. O 2003.028-Furniture, Toy Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn Electric stove made of tin. It is black backsplash, base and oven and silver cooktop and legs. It has a flat cooking surface on the left and an open oven on the right held up by four 3" legs. The oven section measures 3"H x 3.5"W x 3.5"D. Under the cooking surface there is a small heating coil connected to a cloth covered electric cord. The bottom is stamped 'Metal Ware Corp. Two Rivers Wisc. 175W 110V made in USA'. O 2003.020.01-Box Good OK Small flat gift box. The box is a long piece of ivory paper over white boxboard. Each long side folds in 1.5" and then the box is folded into two equal sections with a third section at the top that folds to form a flap. The box is kept closed with a metal fastener. Centered on the section below the flap are the words 'B.E. Muehlig Ann Arbor, Michigan' in blue. O 2003.020.02-Bib Good OK Crocheted bib in white with pink edge. There is a pink ribbon running around the edge and extending as ties from either side. There is a pink ribbon bow in the right lower corner. O 2003.020.03-Bib Good OK Crocheted bib in white with blue edge. There is a blue ribbon running around the edge and extending as ties from either side. There is a blue ribbon bow in the right lower corner. O 2003.020.05-Trunk Good OK Large, made of unpainted wood planks with dovetailed edges. There are metal handles at each end. The trunk is held closed by a metal strap hinge that connects to a metal plate with a key lock. There are metal straps around the trunk. On one side of the trunk below the metal lock plate are black stenciled words reading 'Anna Koch No. 1 Care of the R. Wurtembg Consulate Ann Arbor, Michigan via New York' in serif. On the same side there is a green shipping label from Bremen Ernst Meyer & Co. in the lower right corner. One end has Page 180 MOMS moveable shelves/Advertising box #1 Wineberg, Susan MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 65 Diesenroth, Evelyn

MOMS moveable shelves

Diesenroth, Evelyn

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

ObjectID# / Objname evidence of other labels in black. O 2003.020.04-Bonnet

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

Good

OK

Crocheted of medium weight cotton yarn. It has pink bows attached to pink ribbon ties. O 2003.020.16-Bow Made of yellow and blue silk ribbon. O 2003.020.24-Bookmark Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 46 MoMS/file drawer Emma Schmid ephemera MOMS moveable shelves/advertising box #1

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Wineberg, Susan

Crocheted cross made of crochet cotton. It is white with a purple border and has a long purple string tassel. The cross is attached to a 3"x5" card by a few stitches. O 2003.020.11-Pad, Hot Fair OK Square pad with corners cut off at angle. A store advertisment is printed on one side in black. It reads 'Stoves Electric Appliances Muehlig and Schmid Hardware and House Furnishings 205 S. Main St. Phone 6614 Ann Arbor, Mich.' There is a double border around the printing and just inside each angle is are words: Cutlery High Grade Tools Furnaces Paints and Oils. Below the borders it reads '"This is made of CORNELL-WOOD-BOARD, for walls, ceilings and partitions and 165 other uses." News Printing Co., Newton, Iowa'. The reverse is a glossy white. It was used to promote the product and act as advertising for the store selling it. O 2004.002.1-Set, Educational Fair OK Chemistry set by the Porter Chemical Co. The set includes 7 containers of various chemicals, a wooden testtube rack painted red, 5 glass testtubes, 1 glass vial of chemical, a tin spoon, small tin scoop, pair of tweezers and an envelope of No. 31 Sulfide Test Sheets. There is also a booklet, "Chemcraft Chemical Magic Mystifying Magical Demonstration." The set is in a cardboard box with red and blue pictures of gasoline still, steel mill, sugar refinery and other chemical processing equipment. A blue label reads 'Chemcraft: An Introduction to the Wonders of Modern Chemistry The Porter Chemical Co. Hagerstown, Maryland made in U.S.A.' in red and white letters. O 2004.002.2-Set, Educational Good OK

Wineberg, Susan

MOMS moveable shelves

DeFreytas, Gregory

MOMS moveable shelves

DeFreytas, Gregory

Chemistry set by the Porter Chemical Co. The set includes 24 containers of various chemicals, a wooden testtube rack painted red, 8 glass vials of chemicals, testtube with rubber stopper, tin spoon, alcohol lamp, wire testtube holder, wood testtube clamp, 5 glass rods, glass vial, 3 envelopes No. 18 red litmus paper, 1 envelope No. 59 blank test paper, 1 envelope No. 58 flame test wire, 2 envelopes No. 32 Congo red litmus paper, 1 No. 42 Phenolphthalein paper and 1 envelope No. 31 Sulfide test sheets. There are also three booklets--"The Chemcraft Science Club Handbook and Catalog 1945" and "Senior Chemcraft Experiment Book" and The Chemcraft Experiment Book #1". The set is in a wooden box painted red with white paint splotches overthe red. A paper label shows a picture of a boy and a man doing experiments and reads 'Experimenter today=Scientist Tomorrow Educational-Entertaining Chemcraft Chemistry Outfit The Porter Chemical Co. Hagerstown, Maryland made in U.S.A.' in red and white letters. The box opens on hinges and has shelf/compartments for the chemical containers which are cylindrical cardboard. O 2004.003.1-Toy, Truck Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Prince, William & Marlene Metal Buddy L Railway Express Agency Wrigley's Gum Semitrailer. The truck has an International 5th wheeler truck cab painted green and yellow and measuring 15.5"L x 6.5"H x 6"W.. The trailer is green with a Page 181

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removable yellow top and measures 12"L x 9"H x 6.5"W. On each long side is a yellow sign with 'Wrigley's' in red, 'Spearmint' in white on a green pack of gum with point added to look like an arrow, and 'Chewing Gum The Standard of Quality' in blue. There is an elf in a green suit with white ruffle collar and cuffs and red hat and belt sitting on the gum pack. There are also numerous diamond shape red Railway Express Agency labels. The wheels, 4 on the cab and 2 on the trailer, have red rims and black rubber tires. The trailer has a wire support at the front which can be folded down when the trailer is unhitched. O 2004.003.2-Figure Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Prince, William & Marlene Latex rubber figurine of Disney's Dopey. He has a yellow painted suit, brown painted shoes. The flesh colored face and hands have lost some of their paint. The stocking hat is part brown and may have been painted another color at one time. 'DOPEY' is embossed in the rim of the cap. Stamped on the back is 'Walt Disney Seiberling Latex ?___bergon? W. U.S.A.' O 09-01-Yoke, Animal Ox, wood O 2000.001.1.26-Card, Greeting OK Pop-up Valentine card decorated tiw an arbor, lilies of the valley, heart and cupid. The card is in three layers. The greeting section reads 'To My Valentine' and opens to form a stand for the card. O 29-103-Veil From bonnet, handmade, O 29-104-Announcement Proclamation for the arrest of Jefferson Davis. Framed O 29-106-Pincushion Beaded O 29-107-Pincushion Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. Elliott & Misses Speechly Small square, gray beaded brocade, purple center diamond with beadwork design in center. Pillow form decorated with bird in beadwork on faded velvet O 29-108-Mat, Table Beaded, used in 1860s O 29-111-Chest Of Drawers Highboy, Holland mahogany O 29-112-Doll "Molly Beamer" O 29-113-Clothes, Doll For doll 29-112 O 29-114-Dress Child's, silk, brown plaid Page 182 Missing Mrs. S.W. Clarkson Missing Mrs. S.W. Clarkson Missing Good OK Offsite Missing Mrs. Elliott and Misses Speechly Ellen B. Bach & Fredericka Gillette Mrs. S. W. Clarkson Missing Mrs. Elliott & Misses Speechly Missing Mrs. Charles S. Miller Missing MoMS/file drawer 2L Muncy Reserved for uncatalogued folder items found in year 2000 Ellen B. Bach Good On Loan MOMS George Harris

ObjectID# / Objname O 29-122-Reel O 29-124-Spindle For spinning wheel O 29-128-Suitcase

Collection

Condition

Status Missing

Home location

Source Mrs. Bullis Mrs. Bullis Mrs. Sydney Clarkson Sarah Wright

Fair Poor

Missing OK Missing

Upholstery fabric bag with flap top. Lined with red. O 29-132-Tablecloth Pine tree pattern, hand-woven O 29-140-Quilt Log cabin pattern, top only, unquilted O 30-004-Flag Handmade. O 30-005-Lantern Tin O 30-007-Furniture, Toy Table, for doll O 30-008-Print Fair OK Lithograph of an engraving by Edward Mendel entitled 'Signers of the Declaration of Independence'. It includes the pledge of the Declaration of Union December 2nd and a picture of the signers and their signatures. The picture is in a 37.25" x 27.5" plain frame with a 33.25" x 23.5" opening. O 30-009-Skirt, Hoop 2 hoops for skirts. O 30-011-Skimmer Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves D Aura Miller Plain. Equipment for straining lard. There is a pan, strainer, 2 wood blocks (lemon squeezer--convex part missing), skimmer and spoon. Skimmer, strainer and lemon squeezer on loan to Cobblestone Farm Association. Pan has a perforated top 5.5" less iron around metal cylinder. O 30-012-Dipper Brass, 13.5" handle with 5.25" bowl. O 30-013-Skimmer Brass, 14.5" handle with 5.5" perforated bowl. O 30-014-Spoon Brass, 11.25" handle with 2.75" misshapen bowl Page 183 Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Aura Miller #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Aura Miller #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Aura Miller #1 Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom center, sect. 5 Mrs. Ben Barker Missing Mrs. Clarkson Missing Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 63 MOMS moveable shelves F upper C. Burnette

Saline School #8

Mrs. John Rockwell

Aura Miller

ObjectID# / Objname O 30-015-Fork Brass, two tines. O 30-018-Boot Black leather, copper-toed, child's O 30-019-Currency Bank-note O 30-022-Painting

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location

Source

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Aura Miller #1 MOMS/shoe box Bentley ?Bentley Mrs. Farrand Robert Kemp Mrs. Clarkson

Good

OK Missing On Loan

Minerva Rumsey Mundy on 3/44 Bentley deposit list as photograph O 30-030-Ballot Augusta township ballot for 1864 Lincoln election O 30-035-Colander Tin, perforations spell 'Grant & Colfax'. O 30-036-Mortar & Pestle Mortar, pestle and chopper. Mortar is shallow wooden bowl O 30-037-Whip Whiplash and rawhide pieces made by Joel Wyatt of Ohio O 30-038-Cornhusker, Hand O 30-039-Dryer, Crop Iron needle for stringing apples O 30-040-Badge General George Washington O 30-041-Lamp No place for chimney O 30-042-Platter Fair OK Large gray plastic box #5-top Mrs. John Lawrence Brown and white transferware. The pattern displays a horse drawn chariot, tents, a pagoda, buildings and mountains. There are four scenes alternating with a floral design on the rim. Marked 'Palestine', impressed 'Adams'. Has been repaired with staples in the past. O 30-043-Revolver Flint lock O 30-044-Pistol Pepperpot Page 184 Missing F. L. Arnet Missing Frederick Lawrence Arnet Missing Mrs. John Lawrence Missing Mrs. Caroline Supe Missing Missing Geneva Smithe Geneval Smithe Missing Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves D in Geneva Smithe brown box MOMS moveable Geneva Smithe shelves/Large gray plastic box #1 Geneva Smithe Missing Bentley Nancy Babbitt Harsh

ObjectID# / Objname O 30-045-Shotgun

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing

Home location MOMS

Source F. L. Arnet F. L. Arnet Wm. Pidd Mrs. Charles Kintner Mrs. Caroline Supe Mrs. Caroline Supe

Muzzle-loading, barrel separated from mechanism and stock O 30-046-Sword O 30-047-Track Section Fragment of strap rail from Michigan Central Railroad tracks O 30-048-Dress Silk O 30-049-Stocking Pair, hand knit by donor O 30-050-Stocking Pair, hand knit by donor's mother-in-law O 30-051-Warmer, Foot Fair OK Raccoon pelt, head attached. Sewn into a square shape with opening for inserting feet. Lined with cotton and stuffed with straw. O 30-057-Poster First two of a series of twelve. O 30-058-Phonograph O 30-059-Currency Two bank-notes from the Bank of Washtenaw O 30-064-Currency Bank-note from Manhattan Bank in Manhattan, Ohio O 30-065-Saddle, Riding Side saddle and bridle O 30-068-Shawl Similar to paisley O 30-069-Belt Velvet O 30-070-Pocket Embroidered, green silk with bargello needlepoint at bottom, for dress O 30-071-Auger Wooden handle with metal auger bit perpendicular through center. O 30-073-Poster Two Page 185 On Loan Bentley Pennsylvania Railroad Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Martha Taylor archival box/Handbags MOMS moveable shelves Martha Taylor Missing Martha Taylor Missing Martha Taylor Missing Martha Taylor Missing Lewis Gram Good OK Missing MOMS moveable shelves J Mrs. Anna Parshall Mrs. F.K. Worts Graphophone in wooden case with rounded top. The donation also includes 34 records for it. On Loan MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Julie Kirshofer archival box/Fur items Bentley Pennsylvania Railroad

ObjectID# / Objname O 31-007-Music, Sheet

Collection

Condition

Status On Loan

Home location Bentley

Source Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Titles include 'In the south the clouds are breaking', 'Rain upon the roof', 'Our country's songs:America', 'Swanee Ribber', 'Bridge Sighs', 'The Bridge'. Dates include 1856. 1861 and 1865. on 3/44 Bentley deposit list on 6/3/86 list for dup. sale The Rain Upon the Roof, songs..., Converse, Charles C., Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1856, Toledo Ohio retailers stamp, good cond. Old Song Series, Egghard, Jules, 1903 The Bridge...music, Landon, Agnes, Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Toledo Ohio retailers stamp, illus. (color) cover, fair cond. The Bridge Sighs...music, Lover, Samuel, N.Y.:Firth & Pond, Toledo Ohio retailers stamp, good cond. In the South the Clouds are Breaking and the Veterans are Returning, music, Suffern, J. William, Toledo: W.W. Whitney, 1865, good cond. America,Our country's songs, Tucker, Henry, arr., N.Y.:Firth, Pond & Co., 1861, toledo Ohio retailers stamp, illus. (color) cover, good cond. Swanee Ribber/Old Folks at Home, Foster, S.T., new ed. by Jules Egghard, Supplement to Sunday Record-Herals, Chicago, March 1, 1903, poor cond. O 31-018-Basket Indian O 31-021-Flask, Pocket Pewter O 31-022-Spittoon Crockery O 31-023-Warmer, Plate Pewter O 31-024-Bead Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger String of 'Memory Buttons'. Two strings of assorted buttons of various sizes. One has mostly mother-of-pearl and some small white buttons of porcelain or glass in sizes from 0.25" to .065" in diameter. The other has some black or brown plastic, some mother-of-pearl and two metal buttons in sizes from .05" to 1" in diameter. All are flat and either two hole or four hole. O 31-025-Frame, Picture Flexible picture frame O 31-026-Candlesnuffer Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger #1 Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger ?/MOMS Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Missing Martha Taylor

O 31-027-Mold, Candle O 31-028-Flask, Powder Page 186

Not rated Not rated

OK Missing

ObjectID# / Objname O 31-029-Flask, Powder O 31-030-Belt, Cartridge-box Cartidge box and belt, Civil War O 31-031-Belt, Accessory

Collection

Condition Not rated Fair

Status Missing OK

Home location ?/MOMS MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Military #1 MOMS MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box--toys MOMS

Source Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Fair

OK

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Leather belt with supporting shoulder strap, leather holster attached. Register notes 'Colt's revolver belt'.

O 31-033-Rifle/shotgun Double barrelled O 31-034-Block, Alphabet

Fair Fair

OK OK

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

23 wooden alphabet blocks, lithographed pictures of animals with letter of name on one side, reverse has either lithographed words or letters in black. O 31-037-Sheath Fair OK

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Two oval pieces of metal each attached to a ring. One metal is 1.75"L x 1"W x 0.5" D with elongated triangular opening in one flat end and open at concave end, other metal piece 1"L x 0.75"W x 0.5"D, with concave ends. 6.25" leather strap buttoned to one ring. Catalog card says for play sword O 31-038-Pin, Rolling Wood O 31-035-Drum With drumstick O 31-039-Scale Tin, pan O 31-040-Grater Large, tin O 31-041-Strainer Tin O 31-042-Measure, Liquid Fair OK Quart, tin, handmade. Pour spout and strap metal handle. Cone shape 4.25" diameter at bottom tapering to 3.75" diameter at top. O 31-043-Skimmer Tin O 31-044-Shaker Tin Page 187 Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger #1 MOMS Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Fair OK MOMS Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger #1 Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

ObjectID# / Objname O 31-045-Grater, Spice Tin, small O 31-046-Box Knife box O 31-047-Measure, Liquid

Collection

Condition Poor

Status OK

Home location

Source

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger # 1 in small box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger #1

Not rated Good

Missing OK

Small wood pitcher, handle part of same piece of wood, vinegar measure. Paper label--two linked circles, one with drawing of pitcher, one with funnel, 'Mfg by L. Bauerle, Manufacturers of Wooden Vinegar Measures, Faucets, &c' around circles, and 'Always sold under this trademark' above. O 31-048-Dumbbell Pair O 31-049-Rod, Cleaning O 31-050-Measure, Liquid Milk can measure. Long square rod with measurements on it. O 31-051-Skate, Ice Pair of ice skates and strap O 31-052-Cleat Pair of ice creepers O 31-053-Misc. items Book carrier, accordian, board from mill O 31-053b-Wood, Piece Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Fair Missing OK Not rated Missing

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger MOMS moveable shelves c Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Board from Allmendinger mill, shows where wheat grains pouring from chute have worn a hole, mended and worn again. O 31-054-Chalkboard O 31-058-Rack, Newspaper Newspaper holder--long wooden clamp-like tool O 31-060-Apron Black silk O 31-061-Cap Donation of four caps and sleeves O 31-062-Cap Two O 31-063-Mitt Two black lace mitts and four pieces of black lace Page 188 Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Fair Missing OK MOMS moveable shelves C Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

ObjectID# / Objname O 31-064-Stocking Four pair, handknit O 31-065-Thread

Collection

Condition Not rated Not rated Not rated Not rated Fair Fair Fair Not rated Not rated Not rated Fair

Status Missing Missing Missing Missing OK OK OK Missing Missing Missing OK

Home location

Source Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Bundle of flax raised on Borden farm O 31-066-Torch Coal-oil flambeau O 31-067-Bicycle, Ordinary High wheeler, 'Star' model O 31-069-Bed Child's bed, combination crib/rocker settee, 'Mammy Rocker' O 31-100-Bed Child's bed, combination crib/rocker settee, 'Mammy Rocker' O W75.001-Bed Child's bed, combination crib/rocker settee, 'Mammy Rocker' O 32-001-Kettle Iron O 32-002-Pan, Frying Iron skillet O 32-003-Mortar & Pestle Iron O 32-004-Bonnet Black crepe bonnet and two veils. One black sheer veil found so far O 31-099-Stove Franklin O 31-101-Satchel Carpet bag ?? renumbered 39-13 O 31-102-Bag O 31-074-Currency O 31-075-Coat Little boy's O 31-076-Dress Little girl's, tan with tiny flower design, ruffled short sleeves, cotton Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 Geneva Smithe Not rated Not rated Not rated Missing Missing Missing Bentley Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Geneva Smithe Geneva Smithe Not rated Missing Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Willow Run Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Storage Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger Storage Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Mrs. G. Frank Allmendinger

Bank notes, facsmilies (?), ten Confederated notes--one on Lawrence Kansas bank

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ObjectID# / Objname O 31-077-Shirt Five, for baby O 31-078-Nightgown For baby O 31-079-Mitten

Collection

Condition Not rated Not rated Poor

Status Missing Missing OK

Home location

Source Geneva Smithe Geneva Smithe

For baby, mismatched pair, woolen. One is pink with dark pink allover design. One is white with colored bands at the wrist. O 31-080-Clothes, Doll Dress, made from linen duster O 31-081-Dress Fair OK Wedding dress (per original register), taffeta and velvet skirt and jacket. Waist (a)--brown cotton with velvet shoulder trim, velvet seams with material ruffle at end, hook and eye closture, stayed, ties up front, brown cotton lining. Skirt (b)--soft pleats, brown velvet trim at bottom, stiffened lace inset around bottom, gray cotton lining with velvet around bottom. O 31-082-Picture Wool embroidery flowers in shadowbox frame O 31-086-Anklet Indian leg bands, beaded, probably from Northern Michigan O 32-005-Picture Fair OK Fair OK Good OK Not rated Missing

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45

Geneva Smithe

Geneva Smithe MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 27 Geneva Smithe

Willow Run

Geneva Smithe

MOMS moveable shelves D in Mary Richmand Pressly tall reed basket MOMS moveable shelves/E top, sect. 5 MOMS moveable shelves/E top, sect. 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 70 Mrs. Anna Parshall

Drawing of a man, Henry Kirk White, surrounded by a mat. The picture is in a 20.5" x 24.5" gold frame inside a 24" x 28" brown frame with a 19.75" x 24" opening. O 32-006-Picture Fair OK Black and white drawing of a woman, Martha Stone Whte surrounded by a 1.5" mat. The picture is in a 24" x 28" brown walnut frame with decorative molding and an inner gold rim. O 32-013-Petticoat Fair OK Cotton, quilted, light brown waistband, green print background with red and white flowers, red and gold stems, brown leaves, lined with blue silk. O 32-014-Print George Washington and Family, framed O 32-015-Candlesnuffer O 32-016-Trunk Leather bound O 32-017-Pocket, Wall Poor OK Wall ornament, bronze. Center medallion surrounded by stem and leaves and scrolls. Molded very thin. Missing Missing Missing

Mrs. Anna Parshall

Mrs. Leigh Bullis

Mr. Garnett Sarah A. Wright Sarah A. Wright MOMS/metal shelves/box of building pieces Gertrude Breed

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ObjectID# / Objname O 32-021-Currency

Collection

Condition

Status Missing Missing Missing

Home location Bentley Bentley Bentley MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2

Source Mrs. R. Pressly Mrs. R. Pressly Mrs. R. Pressly Ellen B. Bach

Railroad note--River Raisin to Lake Erie Railroad, $1.00 O 32-022-Currency $40 bill, no. 97315, continental money O 32-023-Currency Bank note from Bank of Manchester, $3.00 O 33-001-Punch, Piercing For making handmade stays O 33-008-Book Fair OK Fair OK

Mrs. Kelsey

Replica of a hornbook--a child's primer consisting of a sheet of parchment protected by a sheet of transparent horn. The paper contains upper and lower case alphabet, aeiou drils and the Lord's Prayer. The horn is edged by strips of metal nailed to the wood. Wood is rectangular with a short handle below. There is a long string loop through a hole in the handle. O 33-010-Bowl Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. Fannie K. Erving Cut crystal 'trifle' dish, low flared, Brilliant period, hand cutting, high lead crystal, cut in nine-square pattern with mitered borders and small, footed star base O 33-011-Dish O 33-012-Ring Funeral or mourning ring, contains bits of hair O 33-013-Broom, Fireplace Hearth brush used in old Brass home in Dexter O 33-020-Mill, Coffee O 33-021-Trunk O 33-022-Trap Fair Fair OK Missing OK MOMS MOMS/metal shelves Mrs. Harry H. Atwell Gertrude Breed Gertrude Breed Black painted cast iorn with 6.5" glass container on top, crank handle. Large, wall-mounted type. Missing Mrs. Fannie K. Erving Good Good On Loan OK MOMS moveable shelves Safe deposit box Mrs. Fannie K. Erving Mrs. Fannie K. Erving Cut glass 'corner' dish, cut crystal, scalloped edges, oval with fan and diamond motifs, Anglo-Irish

Metal wire noose attached to two red wood poles, for muskrat, poles connect to form one long pole 95"L.. One pole is 53"L x 0.75"diam., has a wooden piece connected with a screw 17" from one end and and eye for a rope extending from other pole. The attached wooden piece is 2"L where attached to pole tapering to 1" on the free side. The second pole is 34.75"L with a 6.5" metal sleeve at one end for attaching to other pole. 7.5" from other end is a 6.5"L wooden triangle connected to pole with screws. There is a metal mechanism connected with rope to two 5.25"diam. hoops with leather lining around them. O 33-023-Bottle Metal, for kerosene O 33-024-Satchel Carpet bag Page 191 Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 13 Gertrude Breed Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Gertrude Breed

ObjectID# / Objname O 33-027-Bowl, Sugar With cover O 34-003-Currency

Collection

Condition Not rated

Status Missing Missing

Home location MOMS moveable shelves ?returned to donor

Source Gertrude Breed Sarah P. Tufts

Continental bank note for $6.00 issued in Philadelphia. Framed. Item is crossed off in the register so may have been returned. O 34-004-Platter O 34-005.1-Eyeglasses Square, adjustable bows O 34-005.2-Eyeglasses Silver wire frame with clear oval lenses, no case. O 34-005.3-Eyeglasses One lens missing O 34-007-Oxshoe Two O 34-008-Painting Missing Frame auctioned 1996 G.A.R. Welch Post Oil painting of Capt. Em. McCollum. Register indicates was framed. An empty frame with this number was auctioned in 1996. The frame was oval with an inner decorated rim and measured 8.5"x 10.5". O 34-012-Print Fair OK Lithograph print of GAR symbol, "Three Cardinal Principles of Grand Army of the Republic". Tinted. The print is in a 25.75"x 33" wood frame with an inner ring of gilded egg and dart molding. The inner opening of the frame measures 19.75" x 27.25". O 34-015-Print Sherman, framed O 34-016-Print Lincoln, framed O 34-017-Print Unknown subject, framed O 34-018-Print Theodore Roosevelt, framed. Note on file card 'frame ruined'. O 34-019-Print Fair Missing Frame auctioned 1996 G.A.R. Welch Post Libby Prison, framed. Note on file card 'walnut frame and print separate'. Print not found Frame--wooden molding, brown outer, black painted strip and inner gold rim, 26"x22" O 34-020-Frame, Picture O 34-021-Frame, Picture Page 192 Not rated Not rated Missing Missing G.A.R. Welch Post G.A.R. Welch Post Not rated On Loan Bentley G.A.R. Welch Post Not rated Missing G.A.R. Welch Post Not rated Missing G.A.R. Welch Post Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 4 G.A.R. Welch Post Missing Dr. Slocum estate Fair OK MOMS/Eyeglasses box Gertrude Breed Fair OK MOMS/Eyeglasses box Gertrude Breed Missing Gertrude Breed Gertrude Breed

G.A.R. Welch Post

ObjectID# / Objname O 34-022-Frame, Picture O 34-023-Picture

Collection

Condition Not rated Not rated

Status Missing On Loan

Home location

Source G.A.R. Welch Post

Bentley

G.A.R. Welch Post

Lithographic print entitled Signing of the Declaration of Independence, framed on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--engraving O 34-024-Picture Co. F. 50th Regiment, New York Vol. Engr. roster, framed O 34-025-Print Fair OK Lithographic print of Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain. The picture is in a 15.5"x28" frame O 34-026-Print Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, section 5 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom center, sect. 1 G.A.R. Welch Post Not rated Missing G.A.R. Welch Post

G.A.R. Welch Post

Lithographic print of Battle of Mission Ridge, tinted. The picture is in a 29.5"x40" oak frame. O 34-027-Saber Two O 34-028-Shotgun Register indicates 'three guns'. O 34-029-Flag Washtenaw County Battalion. Pole separate O 34-030-Flag Poor OK 'Welch Post #137, GAR DEPTMT. OF MICH. ANN ARBOR' on it. Pole separate O 34-031-Flag Co. A, First Reg., MST, AA O 34-034-Picture Oil painting portrait of the daughter of Judge Lawrence, framed O 34-036-Petticoat White cotton with pleated hem, hand embroidered flounce O 34-037-Stocking Two pair, white cotton, handknit by mother of donor O 34-038-Cutter, Cigar Two, one with combination corkscrew O 34-040-Buttonhook Carved metal and rhinestone handle, for lady's glove O 34-039-Spoon, Ear Wax Metal, combined with toothpick. Folds on a hinge in the center Page 193 Good OK Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Fair OK Fair OK Not rated Missing Not rated Missing

G.A.R. Welch Post G.A.R. Welch Post MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 47 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 47 G.A.R. Welch Post G.A.R. Welch Post

G.A.R. Welch Post

Mrs. John Lawrence C. A. Supe C. A. Supe C. A. Supe C. A. Supe MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2 C. A. Supe

ObjectID# / Objname O 34-041-Grater, Spice

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location

Source

Tin, with one nutmeg. 1.5"L x 2"W covered storage bin and 3.75"L x 2"W tapering to 1.5" grating area. O 34-042-Picture Three pictures listed for this number 'A Soldier's Grave' 'The Soldier's Home' a steel engraving on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--2 steel engravings O 34-043-Lace Fragment Piece of black silk lace O 34-049-Album Empty on 3/44 Bentley deposit list--group of ll volumes with diff. numbers O 34-050-Chalkboard Two school slates O 34-051-Clothes, Doll Shoe, red leather, beaded O 34-052a-Stocking One pair, white cotton, knitted by mother O 34-057-Curler O 34-058-Thread Brown, on spool O 34-059-Wick Skein of candle wicking O 35-005-Currency Bank note from Bank of Washtenaw O 35-006-Lamp, Alcohol On Loan Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing On Loan Missing On Loan

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Geneva Smithe # 1 in small box Bentley Geneva Smithe

Geneva Smithe Bentley Gertrude Breed

Gertrude Breed C.A. Supe C.A. Supe Mrs. N.A. Wood Geneva Smithe Geneva Smithe Bentley Shirley Smith Lucy Chapin

Oval, tin, w/3wicks, lard oil?--Threee piece set--bowl, cover and heating lamp. White file card indicates 'used by mother for cooking oysters.' Yellow file card indicates 'alcohol lamp for dish' O 35-007-Radio O 35-010-Peavy Missing Missing Olive Parshall G.W. McLaughlin

Long wood piece with hinged metal hook attached and a metal spike on end. Used for driving White PIne logs down the Pine River to Saginaw.

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ObjectID# / Objname O 35-012-Doily Collection of six. O 35-014-Shingle

Collection

Condition

Status Missing Missing Missing Missing

Home location

Source Geneva Smithe Carleton W. Angell Carleton W. Angell Ellen B. Bach

Four split cedar shakes from old barn in Missaukee County O 35-015-Bric-a-brac Conch shell. O 35-017-Cloth Fragment Sample of 'Oscar Wilde' cloth manufactured when he was giving lectures around the country on the beauty of everything in nature. O 35-023a-Currency Bank note from Bank of Washtenaw O 35-026-Reamer, Juice Wood, for lemons O 35-027-Lantern, Candle Tin O 35-029-Scratcher, Back Wooden O 35-032-Ribbon Red, white and blue O 35-033-Box, Trinkets Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves D Josephine Pattison Wood with hump lid, painted black on top, sides wallpapered with blue paper with diamond, flowers and + in black, newspaper lined inside. Some evidence that top may have been hinged with nailed on black paper. O 36-001-Bootee Pair, knit, white top, pink foot. Note in file indicates beading O 36-004-Painting Oil painting of John Monroe, framed O 36-010-Stereoscope Good On Loan Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper Sect. 4 MOMS moveable shelves Gertrude Breed Missing Geneva Smithe Missing Ellen B. Bach Missing Geneva Smithe Missing N.A. Wood Missing Bentley George N. Fuller

J.B. Saunders

Lucy Chapin

Wood handle with moveable wood card holder, metal covered viewer section has etched flora design and sunburst marked 'Sun Sculpture OU trademark', card holder slides along flat wooden seciton, bottom plate where fold down handle attaches marked 'Man'fd by Underwood & Underwood New York Patented June 11, 1901 Foreign Patents applied for'. There is a binding of velvet around the eyepiece. O 36-015-Bayonet, Sword Steel, 15" blade, Civil War Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Military #2 Mrs. Gertrude Dean

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ObjectID# / Objname O 36-016-Misc. items

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Military #2 Bentley

Source Mrs. Gertrude Dean

Collection of 16 items relating to the Civil War. Includes two cartridge belt buckles (one North, one South), two buttons, two slave buttons, seven balls, two bullets, one handmade nail Found so far--bullets and buttons O 36-018-Engraving Steel engraving of Dan B. Brown O 36-022-Strainer Two, tin. 5.5" x 4.5" perforated bowl with 3" x 1.5" flat handle. O 37-004-Box, Puff Fair OK Fair OK On Loan

Ethelberta Henby

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Geneva Smithe #1 MOMS Dr. E.C. Case

Small, round, paperboard, white with red edges. Words on sticker with bead design on top read 'Tindratula prisca varietas Cojemner?'. Inside the top 'Ranunoulus yulblifivnips? Nov. 15' , some pencil markings on bottom. For face powder. O 37-005-Cloth Fragment Four pieces of patchwork O 37-011-Ladle Wooden butter ladle. Short, flat, wide. 4" handle attached to 4.75" x 5" bowl. O 37-012-Warmer, Bed Soapstone O 37-013-Candlelighter 16" metal tubes on 12.75" wood handle. For lighting hanging gas lamps. O 37-015-Handkerchief Two, fine linen, in satchel case marked W. and F.A.W. O 37-016-Fichu Six pieces of lace and embroidery--fichus, one cap, roll of lace edgeing, collar O 37-017-Grater Tin, round cylinder somewhat flattened. O 37-019-Misc. Items Missing Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Geneva Smithe # 1 in small box Calvin Goodrich OK Sara Whedon estate OK Sara Whedon estate Fair OK Good OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box N.A. Wood #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Gertrude Breed #1 MOMS moveable shelves C Gertrude Breed Missing Geneva Smithe

Shells, balls, locks, keys, etc., souvenir stones, metal from Chicago fire and melted pottery. There are 63 items in the collection. O 37-021-Cap, Service Fair OK Civil War militia, 'B' Company, Label on lining 'Baker & McKenney, Military goods, 141 Grant St., New York' MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box /war box # Marie L. Douglass

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ObjectID# / Objname O 37-023-Watch, Pocket Gold. O 37-024-Cane O 38-004-Picture

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK Missing Missing

Home location Safe deposit box

Source W.W. Whedon W.W. Whedon G.A.R. Welch Post

Facsimile of Chapter of Post No.1, Decatur, IL O 38-006-Print, Photographic Good OK Enlarged photograph of Col. Henry Dean. It is in a 22.5" x 25.5" x 2"D wood molding frame. The inner portion of the frame has dentils painted black. O 38-008-Misc. Items Fair Missing Register indicates eighteen miscellaneous items. No further information provided. Found one book labelled 38-8, see library 38-8.1 Found two packages of stickers labelled 38-8, see 38-8a,b O 38-012-Arrowhead White stone O 38-018-Uniform Fair OK Civil War. Coat is a navy blue wool frock coat with tails, double-breasted. There are two rows of nine buttons with eagles on them down the front of the coat, three buttons on each sleeve, two buttons in the back. There are epaulets on the shoulders. Embroidered in pink inside the right front is '1861 5' and inside the left front in large letters 'H. Soule'. There was an attached card that read 'military coat worn by Major Soule in the Civil War. (1861)'. The pants are blue wool with a black wool stripe down the side of each leg, button fly. Written in ink on the inside waistband is '1861-5 H. Soule 6th Mich. Volunteers Infantry & Heavy Artillery 19th Army Corps' and written in ink on a pocket is 'Harrison Soule 1861-5 6th Mich. Volunteers.' The original register indicates two uniforms--only one found. O 38-019-Whip Black snake or bull O 38-020-Skate, Ice Wooden O 38-025-Picture Good OK Lithograph chart American Civil War military insignia marked "1865-Armory of the United States-Copyright 1882". It is a list of 25 steel engraved and colored insignia, each division identified by color. The print is in a 33.25" x 25.5" gilded hardwood frame with egg and dart molding. There is a wood backing. O 38-031-Picture Good OK Portrait of man with a beard in a suit and tie on a copper plate mounted on wood block. A paper attached to the back indicates 'Chas. H. Richmond Ann Arbor 1858-1892'. Sticker on the side of the block reads 'This plate is engraved on finest copper for fine plate and book printing. W. Dunbar Publisher Washington & NY'. O 38-035-Bellows Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves N.A. Wood MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 1 G.A.R. Welch Post Missing W.B. Gray Missing MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 20 Dr. W.B. Hinsdale Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Calvin Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 5 G.A.R. Welch Post

Ellen B. Bach

W.B. Gray

Mrs. Mary R. Pressly

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ObjectID# / Objname O 38-036-Picture Shoshone Tunnel, framed O 38-037-Frame, Picture O 38-038-Picture

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate

Watercolor of Cairo Street, Chicago, framed. The picture is from the 9/3/1893 Chicago Tribune supplement. O 38-039-Painting Fair OK Oil paint portrait of two little girls. The girl on the left has dark hair, is wearing a white off-the-shoulder dress with a yellow sash and is holding flowers. The girl on the right has blonde hair and is wearing a blue dress. The picture is in a 34.5" x 39.25" x 3.5"D gilded frame. O 38-041-Picture Print of a lithograph entitled 'Washington Irving and friends'. O 38-043-Wreath Wreath made of hair, framed. O 38-044-Picture Print of Lake Como, Italy, framed O 38-047-Picture Print of lithograph entitled 'Signing of the Mayflower Compact'. O 38-048-Warmer, Foot Soapstone O 38-049-Accordion Small, hand painted O 38-050-Hook, Rug Wood and wire automatic rug hook needle. Marked 'Ross Pat. Dec. 27, 1881' O 38-051-Card, Picker's Pair of wool carders O 38-052-Chalkboard School slate O 38-053-Chalkboard School slate O 38-054-Chalkboard School slate, double O 38-055-Urn Metal O 38-056-Skate, Ice Pair, handmade Page 198 Not rated Missing ?/MOMS Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom center, sect. 3 Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

ObjectID# / Objname O 38-057-Iron

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location

Source

Charcoal burning. Stamped 'E. Bless & R. Drake Pat'd 1852' O 38-058-Grater, Spice Nutmeg O 38-059-Thimble Good OK Not rated Missing

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Byron Finney estate #1 Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate

Three open ended silver thimbles and one brass thimble, Each of the three open ended ones is a different finger size and range from 0.5" to 0.75"H. The brass thimble is1"H. O 38-061-Winder Yarn winder O 38-062-Bedkey Bed stretcher O 38-063-Board, Ironing Fair OK Good OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Byron Finney estate #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Byron Finney estate #1 MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable Byron Finney estate shelves/Large gray plastic box #1 MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate

Plaiting board for ironing pleats in clothing. Two pieces. Labelled 'Centennial & Victoria, Pat. 1876' O 38-064-Belt, Accessory Leather belt with two holsters for pistols attached. O 38-065-Box Small, leather covered chest O 38-066-Mill, Coffee 2 donated (1 found) .1 mounted on board O 38-067-Button Fair OK Poor OK Not rated Missing Fair OK

Box of 66 buttons. Some of the buttons are round, wrapped in green silk, with shank. There is a string of 1" diameter buttons with silver rope edges around mother of pearl with a silver relief of leaves over. Another string has small buttons with tin backing, rusted metal overlay with mother-of -pearl centers. Another string has small metal buttons with raised dots. O 38-068-Razor O 38-069-Bullet In a bottle O 38-070-Eyeglasses Collection of 27 items listed as spectacles and cases. Two found so far. .1 and .2 are at the museum O 38-071-Glass, Magnifying Reading glass, round glass with metal frame and short metal wire handle Page 199 Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Not rated Missing Missing Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate

ObjectID# / Objname O 38-072-Lantern, Magic projection lantern O 38-073-Fan

Collection

Condition Not rated Fair

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Byron Finney estate

Collection of 8 fans-1 large black paper, 2 paper flag, 3 wood and cloth with silver 1. Black sticks with handpainted black linen, red and white flowers, green foliage. 2. Wood sticks opens to paper circle fan with flag on one side, verso has ad for The Farrand Company Manuf. Pianos and Oecilians Factory & Store, Detroit, Mi--poor cond. 3. Carved wood sticks with leaf-shaped brown fabric ends, silver dot decorations O 38-074-Parasol 2 parasols, one deaccessioned O 38-075-Box Wooden, with cover O 38-076-Trunk Leather covered chest O 38-077-Purse Fair OK 2 beaded bags. One is suede with bead covering, upper section brown beads with blue, green and white design, 3" center section pink with gold background with beaded roses and yellow flowers, lower section brown with church and trees, 1.5" blue beaded fringe on bottom, drawstring silk ribbon closure, blue silk ruffle at top. Other not found. O 38-078.1-Strop Fair OK Chapmans Magic Strop, 12"L overall, 3.5" handle, 8.5" x 1.25" strop section, 'Benz 1' in gold on handle, in 8.5" box with directions for use and labelled 'L. Chapman's Metallic Tablet & Razor Strop', O 38-079-Horn, Powder 3 powder horns O 38-080-Bowl Fair OK 3--brown stoneware in flower pot shape. Two are 5"Hx 4.5" diameter, one is a serving bowl 3.5"Hx 7"diameter. O 38-081-Squeezer, Fruit Lemon squeezer O 38-082-Ricer for potatoes O 38-083-Marble Bag of 16 marbles O 38-084-Pouch, Shot Fair OK Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Not rated Missing

MOMS moveable shelves/Fan Byron Finney estate box

Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Byron Finney estate archival box/Handbags

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 4 Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate

2--with shot, hunter's. One is leather, handmade,oval, with ebonized wood stopper, approx. 5.25"L.x 2.25" at widest, contains shot. O 38-085-Primer Page 200 Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Bottle of gun powder. Note 'bottle broken, powder in small US army flask in Hinsdale box Nov. 1941'.

ObjectID# / Objname O 38-086-Box, Spice

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location

Source

Small wooden box of cloves, lid has small knob. O 38-087-Paperweight Good OK

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Byron Finney estate #1 MOMS Byron Finney estate

Glass with embedded pictures. 1 depicts Manuf. Liberal Arts Building, World's Fair 1893, other from Niagara Falls O 38-088-Picture Artificial flower under glass O 38-090-Button, Political Fair OK White silk campaign ribbon stamped 'Col. Freemont, The Peoples President' in black with picture of Fremont. O 38-091-Portfolio Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/gray Byron Finney estate document case #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Military #1 Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate

Writing case, black with embossed medallion, locking clasp. Written inside 'Presented to Byron Finney by ___ W. Buckley, Dec. 25th, 1862' O 38-092-Wood, Worked 3 spinning wheel parts O 38-093-Watch, Pocket in silver case O 38-095-Pin, Political Lapel pin with portrait of Grant O 38-096-Sword with scabbard O 38-097-Skate, Ice Two pair, handmade, wooden O 38-098-Screen, Fire Brass fender Note in register reads 'Ret. to Mrs. Anne's ______. by _____9/30/44' O 38-099-Stick, Mixing Pudding stick, walnut O 38-100-Ensemble Four piece bridal set of lingerie O 38-101-Sham, Pillow Pair Page 201 Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Fair OK Fair OK Not rated Missing Fair OK Good OK Not rated Missing

Byron Finney estate Safe deposit box Safe deposit box Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves/Skate box N.A. Wood

N.A. Wood

MOMS/Large gray plastic box N.A. Wood #1 Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate

ObjectID# / Objname O 38-104-Drawers Lady's O 38-105-Slip

Collection

Condition Not rated Not rated Fair

Status Missing Missing OK

Home location

Source Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate

Two. White cotton, one with button straps O 38-106-Corset Corset waist, coarse weave whte cotton lined with plain white cotton, gores inset from waist to create glared section over hip, laces up front through grommets O 38-107-Stay Fair OK Four, covered with white cloth, two are marked with a blue oval and 'Trade Mark' in blue, one marked 'Warren's Feather' in blue, also two cloth covers with no stays O 38-108-Sleeve Poor OK Pair. Cambric, scalloped edges, embroidery, cotton with cuffs, eyelet trim. A second pair were deaccessioned. O 38-109-Dress Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #17 MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Collection of six baby dresses. Two dresses and a petticoat saved. Three dresses deaccessioned 1999. O 38-110-Panties Infant's cotton diaper cover, button front, ruffles around legs O 38-112.1-Shirt Child's, eyelet around neck and sleeves, vertical stitched pleats, button back O 38-113-Pajamas Sleeper, baby, cotton, button front, open bottom, knit cuffs on legs O 38-114-Pants Boy's trousers, brown check, silver metal buttons O 38-115-Vest Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Good OK

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Little boy's, brown and yellow striped cotton with flowers in squares around edges, drawing of columns on pockets, back of cotton, front lined with coarse cotton, one metal button. O 38-116.2-Bib Crocheted O 38-117-Dress Little girl's, white with allover floral design, yellow trim Fair OK Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.007.1-Conduit

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Source Hendrix, Dan

Tree trunk with three inch hole bored through middle lengthwise. There are opposing grooves for retaining bands. O 38-118.01-Bonnet Fair OK Lightweight cotton, lace around edges, white satin stitch flowers around brim and in back. O 38-119-Fichu Collection of thirteen pieces of neckwear. O 38-120-Neckerchief White silk neck scarf, 4.75" blue flowers at each end, fringed. O 38-121-Pocket Crocheted string bag, (blue silk pocket with macrame cover) O 38-122-Lace Fragment Four pieces of black lace O 38-123-Trim Three pieces of silk fringe O 38-124-Lace Fragment Three pieces of silver lace O 38-125-Ornament, Hair Black, sequin O 38-127-Lambrequin Crocheted, string fringe, heavy O 38-128-Flag Fair OK Election flag, 26 stars (one large and twenty-five smaller around it in the shape of a star), words 'POLK AND DALLAS' in black across three white stripes. In frame O 38-129-Handkerchief Good OK White silk, commemorative, picture of three men and an oval with flags and cannon. Words 'The Maine Well Remembered Manila Captured August 13th, 1898' printed on. O 38-130-Glove Fair OK Two pair. One pair is white kid, short, black braid trim and black laces. Second pair missing--register indicates are white cotton O 38-131-MItt Fair OK Seven black lace fingerless mitts. Two pair plus one single. One other pair deaccessioned in 1999 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 13 Byron Finney estate MOMS moveable shelves/E, top sect. MOMS moveable shelves Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 13 Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 Byron Finney estate Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 Byron Finney estate

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ObjectID# / Objname O 38-132-Shawl Wool, striped O 38-133-Shawl

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Source Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate Byron Finney estate

Gray wool with red and green border, large O 38-134-Shawl Brown and green wool with design O 38-135-Shawl Wool paisley, double length O 38-136-Shawl Brown wool, small O 38-137-Shawl Three-cornered, red wool, knitted O 38-138-Shawl O 38-139-Cloak White wool, knitted, long. Card description 'fascinator' which is defined as a crocheted head covering. Black silk opera wrap, dolman style with cape-like pieces instead of sleeves. Fringe, beadwork. O 38-140-Waist Black silk, short O 38-142-Gown, Dressing Calico O 38-143-Muff Mink, with brown tassels at each end. O 2004.004.1-Pillow, Throw Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Byron Finney estate archival box/fur items MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 66 Diesenroth, Evelyn Not rated Missing Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 Byron Finney estate

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Unstuffed 'bed flower' placed on beds as a decoration. Round piece of pink cotton brocade with blue prarie points around the edge. There is an added 3.25" diameter pink center with blue points around the outside and in a circle on top. The reverse has a 17" diameter pink cotton with pink silk thread polka dots surrounded by a 4" wide ring of blue cotton. There are some stains. O 2004.004.2-Card, Hand Good OK Two unfinished 9.25"x4.25" wood paddles with 5.25" handles. Stamped on one in black is 'The Only Genuine Old Whittemore Patent No. 8 Wool L. S. Waston & Co. Leicester, Mass'. O 2004.004.3-5-Set, Dresser Fair OK

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Matching comb, brush and hand mirror for a child. They are made of green marbelized plastic with handpainted white flowers. The brush (.3) is 6.5"L and has soft bristles. The comb (.4) is 5.5"L and has several teeth missing. The mirror (.5) is 7.75"L including the handle and has a round mirror attached to one side. The set is in a box which is in poor condition. Page 204

ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.005-Lantern, Magic

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Condition Fair

Status OK

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Source Hatch, Patricia

Six piece magic lantern in original box. The main section is a tin box painted red and gold measuring 6.25"x3.75"x7.5"H. The box has four small feet, a handle that collapses into box when not in use and a slide holder section on the side opposite the handle. There is a 2.75"L, 2" diameter brass case with a lens that slips into a hole in front of the slide holder. A brass tube with a pierced rim around the top and measuring 3.75"H x 3" diameter fits into the top of the tin box. A 3" diameter removable silver reflector hangs inside. There is an oil pot and burner that sits in a hole in the bottom of the tin box. A 6" high glass chimney is also in the box. The top is broken off and it is cracked. It appears to be too big for the space and is probably not original to the lantern. The orignal paperboard box is maroon and has a label on top. The label has a Mid-East scene of camel, armed men and a sorcerer showing pictures of the sky. The words 'Magic Lantern' 'Fabrik Marke' with a tree and powder horn and 'M_____D__ made in Germany' appear on the label. The box is in poor condition and has been taped together several times. Inside there are two slots each holding 5 lantern slides. There are seven more slides wrapped in paper. There is also a box of microscope slides. O 2004.006.1-Gown, Evening Good OK Long, strapless gown of white net over white satin. The front of the bodice has a purple seqin flower with green sequin stem and leaves attached as well as being decorated with clear sequins. O 2004.006.2-Cover, Pillow Black cotton with flower basket design of small cloth 'yoyos' appliqued on. O 2004.008.1-Table Good OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 66 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 33 MOMS Diesenroth, Evelyn

Diesenroth, Evelyn

Cooch, Robert

Large, refinished walnut. The rectangular top consists of only two boards. It rests on a plain apron with four turned leges with stacked ring, compressed ball, taper and vase turnings over ball feet. O 2004.008.2-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing entitled 'Museum of Agriculture and Vehicles-Upper Canada'. It is signed ADER. It has '75/100' and 7/28/73' in pencil beneath the print. O 2004.008.3-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of a farm scene that includes a wood bridge over a stream with a barn behind it. There is a farmhouse on the right. It is signed ADER. O 2004.008.4-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of the University of Michigan Engineering Arch. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in pencil and is numbered '57/500'. O 2004.008.5-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of the Michigan Central Railroad Depot as it looked in the early 1930s. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in ink above the printed name and and bears the number '57/450' in ink. O 2004.008.6-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of the old Ann Arbor firehouse as it looked in 1938. O 2004.008.7-Drawing Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, slot 2 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, slot 2 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, slot 2 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, slot 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E center upper, slot 4 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, slot 2 Cooch, Robert

Cooch, Robert

Cooch, Robert

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Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of Cobblestone farm and the old outbuildings including barn, chicken coop. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in ink above the printed name and is number '57/450'. Page 205

ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.008.8-Drawing

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Source Cooch, Robert

Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of Main Street looking south from Ann St. from a photograph taken in Oct. 1893. On the reverse is a printed description of the picture which includes the opera house block, the Mason's block and lists the storefront establishments and banks. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in white and is number '328/400'. O 2004.008.9-Drawing Good OK Framed print of a pen and ink drawing of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. A printed history of the church is attached to the reverse. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in ink above the printed name and is number '57/300'. O 2004.008.10-Drawing Good OK Unframed print of a pen and ink drawing of the Michigan Theater as it looked on opening day, January 5, 1928. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in pencil and is number '57/750'. At the bottom is 'Printed in USA by Lithographers, Inc. from an India ink illustration'. It is in it's original envelope. O 2004.008.11-Drawing Good OK

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Unframed print of a pen and ink drawing of the University of Michigan Law Quadrangle. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in pencil and is number '57/2000'. At the bottom is 'Printed in USA by White Pine Inc. It is in the original envelope. O 2004.008.12-Drawing Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/C Cooch, Robert Unframed print of a pen and ink drawing of State Street as it looked in 1935. It is signed 'Ciccarelli' in pencil and is number 57/750. At the bottom is 'Printed in USA by ELS Lithographics, Inc. It is in the original 22"x16" blue archival folder. O 38-144-Hat Fair OK Collection of ten bonnets and hats. One white net, 2 straw cloches, 3 child's brocaded velvet. Six found so far. Bonnet--black, straw, ribbon and lace trim, wide black ties, brown inner lining. Hat--black velvet, embroidered blue and red flowers, tan stems, tassel on top Hat--black cotton, flat, handmade Cloche--brown starched thread Cloche--brown starched crochet thread Hat--straw, helmet type O 38-152-Vest Collection of three items--vest, drawers, bonnet Vest and drawers deaccessioned in 2002 O 38-153-Buttonhook Two buttonhooks O 38-154.1-Punch, Eyelet Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach Turned wood handle (3"L) with 1.5"L point attached by 0.5" metal shaft. Original register indicates 'Two punches for piercing dress stays or embroidery.' O 38-155-Knife, Pocket Two penknives. One small knife found so far. Page 206 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2 Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach Missing Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach MOMS moveable Byron Finney estate shelves/Acid-free box # 16, 29 and Hatbox #1

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ObjectID# / Objname O 38-156-Shuttle, Tatting Two tatting shuttles O 38-157-Eyeglasses

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Two pairs of spectacles and two cases O 38-159-Key Large key to 'old Academy', possibly first jail O 38-161-Lamp, Semiliquid Two Betty lamps, lead. One found O 39-010-Scabbard Scabbard found 3" deep in ground at 538 N. Main. O 39-010a-Model, Architect's Model of a bobsled and a kant hook O 39-011-Stove Cast iron Franklin stove O 39-012-Cradle Cradle O 39-013-Carpetbag Bag made of carpet material. 'Miss Libbie Allmendinger' handwritten on the lining. ?? originally numbered 31-101 O 39-014-Purse Handbag. O 39-021-Shears, Dressmaker's Tailor's shears. O 40-009-Poster Sixteen placards? Three broadsides issued by Michigan Department of Health--at Bentley O 40-010-Shears, Fetlock Fair OK Iron 'scissors', rowell, used to make an incision in horses shin and work out a passage under the shin, hair from the mane or tail was drawn through to establish drainage. O 40-014-Picture Watercolor of Ormsby house in Lower Town O 40-015-Pincushion Needle cushion O 40-019-Lace Fragment OK Collection of fifteen pieces of black trimming--beads, lace, etc. and twenty-five pieces of hand crocheted lace plus a beaded choker necklace. Page 207 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #33 Caroline A. Supe estate Missing Mrs. Reed W. Teed Missing MOMS/Large gray plastic box E.C. Case # 6/box 1 Bentley Mary Richmond Pressly Missing Bentley B.G. Buell Missing Mrs. J. Harry McCormick Missing Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Missing Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Missing Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Missing Mrs. G. F. Allmendinger Missing John J. Wagner Missing John J. Wagner Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Mrs. Geo. C. Cone Fair OK MOMS/metal shelves D.A.R.

ObjectID# / Objname O 40-020-Warmer, Foot Metal O 2004.009.1-Stamp, Trading

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Source Mrs. Florence Teed

Fair

OK

Collection of six Top Value Stamps Saver Books. Three measure 4.34"x6.25". Two of these (a,b) have a drawing of the stamp--yellow ground with black letters and red banners--over a scene showing a Top Value Stamps redemption store with many women approaching. There is a red and white checked elephant wearing a white beret and labeled 'Top Value' on the wall of the building. The back cover on these shows a gas station, supermarket and drug store with the stamps pictured on each. The third book (c) is stapled shut. The front cover reads 'This is your change. The books you gave were 3/5 more than the value of the merchandise you wanted. On your next visit to our store, present the enclosed stamps for redemption. Thank you for saving Top Value Stamps.' in red along with the checkered elephant. The back cover has a medallion in red with the words 'Top Value Stamps 2-Way Golden Guarantee' inside. Each page of the book holds 50 singles stamps, 5 tens or 1 fifty stamp for a total of 1500. Three books (d-f) measure 5.25"x2.5" and have the same pictures front and back. These books hold 5 tens or 1 fifty per page for a total of 1500. Each book contains 30 pages for stamps plus directions for use and redemption of the book. O 41-224-Shawl Brown silk O 41-225-Case, Card Tortoise shell with mother-of-pearl flower inlay O 41-226-Form, Order Blank book of bills O 41-227-Ornament Four, made of black bead O 41-228-Button Fair OK Not rated Missing Not rated Missing Fair On Loan Not rated Missing

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Box full of buttons--3 black plastic with cluster of raised dots in center, shank back, meas. 1" diam 8 black plastic, carved arc section, flat, two hole, meas. 5/8" diam 10 black plastic faceted balls + seven on a card, shank back, 0.5" 14 black plastic faceted, slight hump, shank back meas. 0.5" diam 9 black plastic faceted, larger hump, shank back , 4 on card + 6 smaller on card 3 black plastic with mother-of-pearl inlay, two home, meas. 0.75" diam 1 black faceted oval with points on each long end, hole through narrow side, meas. 1"Lx0.5"W 1 black plastic with inlaid mother-of-pearl stars and crests, two-hole, meas. 0.5"diam 2 black plastic, embossed with leaves and dots, shank back, meas. 5/8" diam 3 black plastic, embossed with leaf design, shank back, meas. 5/8" diam. (one with broken area) 1 black plastic, embossed center desing, shank back, meas. 0.75" diam 1 black plastic, embossed geometric design, shank back, meas. 0.5" diam 16 black plastic with various embossed patterns (7 are half balls), shank back 10 black plastic balls with five facet shiny section at top, shank back, meas. 0.5" diam 5 black plastic with faceted edge, two hole, 4 meas. 0.5" diam, one meas. 5/8" diam Package of black balls with shank end, one show evidence of blue fabric cover, others covered with white fabric Page 208

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7 brown buttons with thread covering that provides area in back for attaching to fabric, on card, meas. 0.75" diam O 41-229.1-Buttonhook 1.75"L wood turned handle, 2" steel rod shaft and hook. O 41-230-Needle, Sewing Two,steel, tipped with red sealing wax O 41-231-Hatpin One jet, one white O 41-232-Necklace Seven pieces of jewelry O 41-233-Key Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Anna Botsford Bach Home Three, small. For watch, in envelope with return address for Lucy Chapin a.) watch or clock, flat loop end, attached jewelry loop, stamped '4', meas 1.25"L b.) watch or clock, round loop end, meas. 1.25"L c.) skeleton type, 1.5"Lm .025" x .025" extension at right angle to end O 41-234-Needle Flat steel needle, slightly flattened and flared near point O 41-235-Picture Train O 41-236-Mill, Coffee O 41-516-Fence Barbed wire, old O 41-518-Flatiron Electric, old cord attached. Separate iron rest (b) O 41-519-Bonnet Two O 41-522-Bedspread Fair OK White whole cloth 'coverlid', quilted in thimble pattern of white circles. Note read 'over 100 yrs. old 84"x75"' O 41-526-Holder, Taper Brass, dragon handle. O 41-533-Candlesnuffer Tin O 41-534-Epaulet Two gold, in oval tin box Page 209 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Melinda Mogk Missing N.A. Wood Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 64 MOMS Mrs. John W. Langly Missing Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Wm. H. Buettner #1 Dula Chandler Missing Missing Miss Dula Chandler Michael Fields & A. Shaffer Missing N.A. Wood Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Anna Botsford Bach Home Not rated Missing Anna Botsford Bach Home Not rated Missing Anna Botsford Bach Home Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Anna Botsford Bach Home Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Anna Botsford Bach Home

Mrs. Margaret Guta

ObjectID# / Objname O 41-535-Sword In scabbard O 41-536-Quilt White 'coverlid' O 41-537-Box

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Status Missing OK Missing

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Source Melinda Mogk Melinda Mogk Emerson Greenman

Cigar box, 'University of Michigan' brand, cigars made by a man in Ann Arbor, John Schlary who died in 1889. Union label Sept. 1880. Note in file mentions 'iron staircases' and 'shoes structure of stucco'--these may have been engravings on the box. O 41-539-Stamp, Tax 2 cent Internal Revenue stamp O 41-540-Ribbon Two. One plaid, one red-striped with blue and gold O 42-020-Medal, Commemorative Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Jacob Reighard estate Medal for fencing, silver, embossed on one side open laurel wreath with two men fencing above and 'I.A.C., Intercollegiate Fencing' below, engraved 'Novice Team Won by University of Michigan' and stamped 'Sterling' and '__Baker Phipps ___Blue Dolpin St.' on other side. O 42-023-Painting Portrait of Dr. Victor C. Vaughn, framed Note: crossed off in register with note 'cancelled: see "orig. labels" in file' O 42-025-Peel Fair OK MOMS Norman A. Wood Iron, for putting bread and pies in big brick round top oven, 4.5" from end of handle is a 1.25" bulge that curves back to width of rest of handle which is 0.5"diam. After 31" of handle, it tapes out to 1"W x 0.5" thick for 4". The flat end is 7.5"W x 9.5"L and has a curved end. O 42-026-Trammel Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Norman A. Wood Iron, for fireplace hook to raise and lower pots, 30"L x 1"W metal with a tooth every 1.5" alternating sides each 0.75". 14" x 1" piece of adjustable height, 6" L catches on each side of spine to catch on teeth and spine, 0.5" radius hook at each end of spine attached by screw. 32" chain with an attachment at one end attached to spine at other end. O 42-027-Plate, Engraving Copper printer plate for calling card for 'Mr. Jacob Reighard' O 42-029-Skirt Black silk, brown cotton lining, black velvet hem binding. O 42-030-Cape Three, black silk and lace, one with tassels One found so far Black cotton, three rows black lace trim, bow of black ribbon at neck Page 210 Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 22 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 32 Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Good Jacob Reighard estate Missing Jacob Reighard estate Missing Carolina A. Supe estate Missing Wm. H. Buettner

ObjectID# / Objname O 42-031-Waist

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Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 22 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 22

Source Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate

Black silk, short, fitted, attached fabric belt, high collar, button front, two rows stitched pleats around upper sleeve, blue stripe along salvage, covered black buttons, brown cotton lining in bodice, white lining in sleeves. O 42-032-Jacket Fair OK Black silk, black velvet collar, lapels and cuffs, black silk braid and black velvet button trim on back, frog closure at waist, black silk lining. Label reads 'James McCreery & Co., NY' O 42-034-Bonnet Three, black O 42-036-Sleeve Pair, white cotton undersleeves with handwork O 42-037-Scarf, Neck Two, white cotton, long, embroidered O 42-039-Dress Child's, white, sewn pleats, eyelet waistband. O 42-041-Shirt OK Fair OK Fair OK Missing Missing

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Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate

Infant's (originally three) Two were deaccessioned in 1999 and auctioned in 2004--white cotton with lace around sleeves and neck, one has small lace inset in front. O 42-042-Purse Black, black floral spider-web lace overlay, drawstring O 42-043-Comb Two ornamental combs. One tortoise shell, one jet O 42-044-Comb Two, tortoise shell O 42-045-Brooch Jet brooch with brass back plus a string of beads O 42-047-Stocking Knitted. One pair white, one pair black. Missing Missing Missing On Loan Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O 42-048-Misc. Items

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Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2

Source Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate Calvin Goodrich Dr. W. B. Hinsdale

Silver pencil + gold and silver pencil + jet beads + silver chain + silver stickpin. O 42-052-Stove Two one-burner oil stoves for warming pots--one auctioned 1996 O 42-053-Telescope in leather case O 42-062a-Masher, Potato Wooden. 4.5" handle with knob tip, 6.5"L x 2.25" diameter base. O 42-063-Pin, Rolling Wooden, curly maple O 42-070-Parasol Black silk with center stripes, turned wood handle O 42-071-Plate, Engraving Zinc cut of vicinity of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County O 43-001-Knife, Pocket Poor OK Bone handle, one 3" blade, one 3" pick (Note: card reads pen knife with bone/ivory handle (possibly sailor's knife)) O 43-003-Lancet, Blood Surgeon's fleam in leather case O 43-004-Shoe Brown satin (note: card reads high-heeled, laced, red, party) O 43-005a,b-Bowl, Sugar Good OK White with gold banding, two opposing handles with gold line. Lid (b) has gold lines on the handle. Marked with impressed "G", "R" and "HB(or 8)C" O 43-006-Set, Game 'History Up to Date' card game in original box Fair OK OK Missing Good OK Missing Fair OK Fair OK Missing Missing

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Ellen B. Bach #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Ellen B. Bach #1 Howell Taylor MOMS MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2 Geneva Smithe Mrs. A.R. Welch

Mrs. A.R. Welch Mrs. Avard Fairbanks MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys Mrs. Ruth Buchanan

Mrs. Bessie B. Kanouse

O 43-026-Flag 1935 United States flag brought to Michigan from the Pacific coast, irregular O 43-027-Shoe Pair of white kid slippers O 43-030-Transparency, Lantern-slide Page 212

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Three lantern slides including map of Willow Run, Goddard residence, Ypsilanti 1. Map of Willow Run 2. Goddard Residence at 308 Ballard, Ypsilanti 3. Same with M.A. Goddard and her mother O 43-031-Album, Postcard On Loan Bentley Henry Goddard estate Contains 600 European postcards collected by Mary A. Goddard, not pasted in, removeable, various countries on 2/8/84 WHS currtor list--designation-sell O 43-040.1-3-Set, Flatware Knife, fork and spoon of silver plate with bone handles. .1--fish knife, 4.5" L engraved silver blade, 3.25"L bone handle, 7.75"L.2--three tine fork, narrow with 3.5" bone handle .3--spoon, bowl engraved with palm trees, 3" bone handle with carved leaf. O 43-041-Currency Bank of Washtenaw banknote. Register says '1 pc, 4 notes' O 44-003-Chair Two model chairs. O 44-015-Picture Watercolor of Foster's Mill O 44-019-Skate, Ice Pair of old skates O 44-028-Drawknife, Carpenter's Drawshave O 44-029-Froe Shingle splitter O 44-030-Ax Carpenter's, no handle O 44-031-Ax Carpenter's, no handle O 44-032-Hammer, Cooper's To drive barrel hoops and staves O 44-033-Punch, Cooper's O 44-034-Cape Beaded O 44-035-Lock, Door Includes key Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Dr. Emerson F. Greenman Marie Rominger On Loan Bentley Marie Rominger Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Carl E. Guthe Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. Harvey Colburn # 1, in small box

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ObjectID# / Objname O 44-036-Trunk Skin covered O 44-037-Trunk Skin covered O 44-038-Tool Black walnut O 44-039-Watch, Pocket Silver, with chain O 44-056-Mortar & Pestle Wood O 44-057-Revolver Army O 44-059-Case, Gun Leather army holster O 44-060-Box, Cartridge Army O 44-058-Belt, Cartridge-box Army O 45-008-Pad, Writing Memo pad with shell cover. O 45.009-Pencil Gold inlay, corded ribbon, small O 45-010-Clip, Paper

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Mrs. Margaret Guta Geneva Smithe Emerson Greenman Geneva Smithe

Brass. (Note: card reads 'claw foot' clamp possibly for sewing') O 45-011-Film Film of log house on Pleasant Lake, Washtenaw County O 45-012-Mold, Cookie Plaster cast of springerle mold. Casts made by Carleton Angell from originals owned by Mrs. Louise W. Welpert of Ann Arbor. O 45-013-Breeches Fair OK Light green wool, calf length, handmade, waistband lined with white muslin, buttons missing, piece of copper colored silk attached with pin. The piece of copper silk was from his wife's (Pamelia) wedding dress. O 45-014-Suit Fair OK Two piece brown wool suit. Jacket (a)--black velvet collar, brown self belt, brown buttons, black silk lining, label 'Importers Gourley Bros. Detroit'. Skirt (b)--long, gored panels, hem bound with black velvet, black tafetta lining. Page 214 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 21 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 32 Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

ObjectID# / Objname O 45-015-Quilt

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Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/rolled, shelf I

Source Nora Babbitt Harsh

Straight furrow log cabin pattern, red center, brown and blue bars. Green and black plaid flannel backing. Wool, flannel and other heavy materials.One red center square labelled 'From Gram 1870'. One blue bar labelled 'Nora's baby cloak'. Note in file indicates 'took first prize at the Washtenaw County Fair 10 years. (Ypsilanti, Michigan)' O 45-016-Quilt Fair On Loan Patchwork, hand-tied, pieced-comforter, double size, composed of tufted two inch squares of mixed fabrics, backing is an aqua and rust paisley print. Marked 'Nora C. Babbitt 1870'. Note in file 'took first prize at Washtenaw Co. fair two years.' O 45-017-Fan Fair OK Three wedding fans--ivory plastic sticks with silk gauze and cord. Register indicates one used by Nancy Lewis Smalley at her wedding in 1845, one by Florence Smalley Babbitt at her wedding in 1866, one by Nora Babbitt Harsh at her wedding in 1903. Only two found. A similar, unnumbered one in poor condition was deaccessioned and may have been the third. O 45-018-Drapery Brocaded, red, brown, tinsel. Pair O 45-019-Drapery Cut velvet, two-toned green. Pair. O 45-022-Ribbon Silk, pieces O 45-023-Eyeglasses In case O 45-024-Blouse Fair OK Collection of six items including silk blouse, net scarf, white blouse, straw bonnet, fan, pair of pillow shams. (Note: card reads 'green checked cotton jacket wih black velvet trim) Three items found so far Blouse--white cotton, long sleeves, pleated front and back, small holes Waist--green and white check cotton, striped black ribbon trim and bows, brown lining Fan--ivory sticks with handpainted floral design on silk (temp. repaired with thread) O 45-024.1-Tablecloth White cotton O 45-024.2-Tablecloth White cotton O 45-028-Curtain Satin O 52.a-Parasol Black satin with lace around edge, carved woold handle in shape of boot,. Fair OK Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing

MOMS moveable shelves

Nora Babbitt Harsh

MOMS moveable shelves/Fan Nora Babbitt Harsh box

Howell Taylor Howell Taylor Ellen B. Bach home Ellen B. Bach home MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12, 32, fan box

Eliza Howell estate Eliza Howell estate Harvey estate MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 2 Mrs. Edward Hiscock

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ObjectID# / Objname O 52.b-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 2 MOMS

Source Mrs. Edward Hiscock

Purple three-piece wedding dress. Bodice of silk has a long back, lace at the end of the sleeves and ornate buttons. Satin skirt is long with a heavy underskirt. Coat is deep purple velvet with fancy buttons. O 52.001-Phonograph Victor Talking Machine base and horn O 52.002-Picture Pull down wall chart depicting Biblical history in a chronological time line O 52.003-Vest White O 52.004.1-3-Suit Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

E. May Goodrich E.D. Goodrich family

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10

F.L.D. Goodrich

F.L.D. Goodrich

Black wool. The coat (.1) is a frock coat. There are small moth holes in the back. The vest (.2) is lined with brown silk with a white design. It is in good shape. The trousers (.3) have a button fly and suspender buttons stamped Ann Arbor, Mich. Henry & Kyer. O 52.005-Hat Silk, in leather case O 52.6.1.01-Mitt Fingerless, lace, embroidered design on back of hand O 52.006.2-Sampler Geneological, Benjamine Doud's family, unfinished O 52.006.3-Waist A Basque, fitted jacketlike waist O 52.007-Hat Black silk opera hat, collapsible, man's O 52.008-Ascot Fair OK Black silk, label 'Keiser Cravats NY Goodspeed & Son, Ann Arbor, Mich.' A label with it read 'worn with frock suit'. O 52.009-Shirt Fair OK White, starched center inset. A note with it read 'worn with frock suit and collars by F.L. D. Goodrich' O 53.002.1-6-Wood, Piece Sic coin blocks, wooden blocks with carved out center O 54.a-Trunk Four O 54.b-Chest Wood Page 216 Fair OK Fair OK Good

MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17

Francis L.D. Goodrich May & Francis Goodrich

E. Amy Goodrich E. Amy Goodrich F.L.D. Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 F.L.D. Goodrich

F.L.D. Goodrich

Mrs. James P. Lococo Francis L.D. Goodrich Francis L.D. Goodrich

ObjectID# / Objname O 54.c-Misc. Items

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Source Francis L.D. Goodrich Francis L. D. Goodrich Francis L. D. Goodrich Blanche Mead Blanche Mead

Unknown number of cotton underclothing O 54.d-Hat, Top O 54.e-Parasol Tan O 54.f-Ring, Napkin Silver O 54.g-Jug, Syrup Benington O 54.h-Highchair Black, Windsor style O 55.a-Roster Poor OK Lithograph of the Civil War roster, Co. D, 20th Reg., Michigan Infantry Volunteers. The names are in three arches. There are colored pictures of families, a batle, the Monitor/Merrimac, lady liberty holding a flag. It indicates 'Co. raised in towns of Ann Arbor, Dexter, Washtenaw County and Onondaga, Ingham County Michigan, present at battle of Fredricksburg though not actually engage. Passed winter near Falmouth Va. occupied with severe picket duties, Stationed now near Lebanon, Ky'. The print is in an 18" x 23" wood frame. O 55.b-Print, Photographic Framed print of Muehlig home doorway decorated for Christmas O 55.c-Picture Drawing of Junius Beal house O 55.001-Stole Lace O 56.001-Roster Fair OK Lithograph of the Civil War roster, Co. D, 20th Reg't, Michigan Infantry Volunteers 1st Divsion, 9th A Corp. Soldier's Memorial. It lists the names and their fates, and battles. There are some pictures. It indicates 'mustered into service August 15, 1862 in Jackson.' The print is in a 21.5" x 25.5" wood frame. The company was disbanded in 1865. O 55.d-Picture Dried flowers from the Chattanooga battlefied, Civil War, framed O 58.a-Coat Long, brown O 58.b-Misc. Items Box of baby things Page 217 Mrs. Jeannie Rehmisbyer? Lucy Empire Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 3 Mrs. W.D. Goodell Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Friends of Ann Arbor Public Library Ruth Riemenschneider Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 1 Helen Goodell Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Blanche Mead

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B.E. Muehlig

MOMS moveable shelves

B.E. Muehlig estate

ObjectID# / Objname O 59.b-Dress

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Source Blanche Mead Mrs. Max Russell Miss Tillie Beck Mrs. Emil Bishop (Anna Lutz) Mrs. M. F. Strickland

Brown silk, wedding of donor's mother O 59.c-Bedspread Blue homespun O 59.d-Dress Two, one baby, one dark blue child's O 59.e-Misc. items Collection of baby clothes in a box O 59.f-Misc. items group of items includes 'candlesnuffer, spectacles, etc.' O 59.i-Locket Fair MOMS moveable shelves Speechly sisters Two gold lockets One found--gold with silver engraving of building on one side and design on other, paper clock face inside, jewelers loop at top, meas. 7/8" diam. O 59.j-Spoon Two silver, baptismal O 59.k-Locket O 59.l-Inkwell O 59.m-Misc. Items Listed in the register as 'various other objects belonging to the family'. O 59.p-Banner O 59.q-Drum O 59.001.1-Quilt Silk and velvet blocks in log cabin pattern, blue backing O 59.001.2-Shawl Black O 59.001.3-Gown, Wedding Fair Missing Missing OK MOMS moveable shelves/rolled, shelf I Lucille Olson Lucille Olson Blanche Mead, Gertrude Risdon Lammers Blanche Mead, Gertrude Risdon Lammers Blanche Mead, Gertrude Risdon Lammers S. Ellsworth Lindsley estate Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Speechly sisters Speechly sisters Speechly sisters Gold, engraved with dot design, opens at top, small loop for attaching to necklace Speechly sisters

O 60.a-Flail Wood, for grain Page 218

ObjectID# / Objname O 60.b-Mallet

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Source S. Ellsworth Lindsley estate S. Ellsworth Lindsley estate S. Ellsworth Lindsley estate Mrs. I. William Groomes Mrs. I. William Groomes Ellen B. Bach Bach, Ellen Bach, Ellen Bach, Ellen Ellen B. Bach

Wooden block, long handle. Register decribes as 'mallet, maul or beadle' O 60.c-Ax Hand forged O 60.d-Sickle O 60.e-Masher, Potato Wooden. Register indicates 'in Goodrich trunk'. O 60.f-Watch, Pocket Silver, two chains O 60.h-Misc. Items Furniture listed by Doris Bach O 60.i-Misc. Items Three boxes of vases, candle sticks, jewelry, etc. O 60.j-Trunk Hump back trunk labelled 202. Full of clothing, linens and accessories O 60.k-Picture Bach home on S. Main St., framed O 60.003-Trunk Cowhide covered, 'A' in brass tacks O 60.002-Coffeepot Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves D Copper coffee boiler, wire and wood handle. Small loop of metal near bottom, pour spout welded on. O 61.a-Coffeepot Large, copper O 61.b-Throw Knitted afghan, cross-stitched panels O 61.c-Mold, Candle Rusted O 63.b-Picture Line drawing sketch of Henry Harris Shop O 63.c-Key To Henry Harris Shop O 59.r-Mold, Pudding Tin Howard Efner Linda Eberbach Linda Eberbach Poor Nellie Truesdel Poor Nellie Truesdel Eunice Wolf through Mrs. Allmendinger Eunice Wolf

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ObjectID# / Objname O 63.d-Fife Wooden O 63.e-Slide, Scarf

Collection

Condition Fair Fair

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2

Source Mrs. Albert Gansle Mrs. Albert Gansle

Bone (probably animal),rectangle with eagle with ribbon in his beak sitting on an olive branch carved on it, may be name or phrase on ribbon, back carved down to form loop. Tag reads 'bone ring was carved by prisoner in Anderson Prison from a shinbone of a rebel'. O 63.f.1-Ribbon Piece of ribbon from dress seen in picture 63.f.2 O 63.h-Vase Glass O 63.i-Cape White, embroidered, with hood, baby's O 63.j-Blanket Baby's O 63.k-Shirt Two white baby 'garments' O 63.l-Hat Box of hats O 64.a-Currency Bank of Washtenaw $10 banknote O 65.b-Sheet Box of old linens dated 1885 and before O 65.c-Misc. items Box of odds and ends all labelled ?? W75.459 O 65.01a-c-Inkwell Fair OK White porcelain with gold and pink trim, embossed flowers. Circular porcelain ink bottle with top 1.75"H. In three-footed stand measuring 5.25"x 4.5"x 2.5"H. O 65.02.1-Sheet Fair OK Sheets marked 'AL' and 'IS' in cross stitch. paper attached reads 'grandma'. Note inside reads 'The hand made sheets and pillow cases Cousin Lydia Dickerman gave to me to keep as specimen of woman'd work in older times. I was to give them to you and you to your daughter (so they are not really ine or yours but Lenna's) she to be instructed not to use them but to hand them down to the next generation by that time they will be valuable on account of age. ___thinks they were made by her great grandfather's sister who was born May 13, 1787. cousin Julia gave me the towels that were Aunt Abbie's and Cousin Minerva gave me those that were grandmothers. I decided to put those with the sheets and pillow cases.' O 66.a-Quilt Crazy, bears initials GAD and date of 1883, brown backing, twin-size Page 220 Good Not rated Missing Fair OK

Mrs. Albert Gansle Mrs. Albert Gansle Larene Whaley Dr. Frederic Coller Dr. Frederick Coller

Nina Bell Wurster Mrs. Arthur Curtis (Affa Leeke Curtis) Mrs. Albert Stein Fiegel MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 Mrs. John Kapp

Affa Licke Curtis

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 63

Mrs. Dibble & Mrs. J.R. Hayden

ObjectID# / Objname O 66.001.2-Fife

Collection

Condition Good Fair

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves L top

Source Marcia Minnis Marcia Minnis

from Minnis family, possibly used in Civil War O 66.001.3-Drum, Snare Veneered wood with skins in lighter wood rings, five metal tightening rods, strung with wire rod, sounding strings on bottom. Four drum sticks. Note in ink on skin reads 'Minnis Brothers 20th Regiment Drum Chorp (sic) 1861 Jerome, Frank, Charles & Homer' 'We played for the 1 Michigan Regiment 1861 Jerome, Frank, Charles & Homer' and 'Frank Minnis played for Progressive meeting in 1912 Bay City'. O 67.002-Shoe Pair, brown with tapestry on front. O 67.003-Dress O 67.004-Hat Opera O 67.007a,b-Sleeve O 67.009-Scarf O 67.010-Scarf O 67.011-Cape O 67.012-Bustle Cotton twill belt with attached wire form in shape of bustle. O 67.1-Picture Poor OK Fair Fair OK Missing Missing Missing OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 44 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 1 MOMS Mr. & Mrs. W.C. Mynning Ruth Dana Ruth Dana Mrs. Henry Platt Elsie Staef Elsie Staef Elsie Staef Elsie Staef Elsie Staef Pair, organdy, embroidered daisy design near scalloped edge, some cutwork, string through top Elsie Staef Elsie Staef Fair OK

MOMS/Shoe box

Elsie Staef

Board of signatures with a protective foldover cloth attached. Appears to be signatures from the cast of a play. O 69.001-Stand, Plant Pedestal, turned wood O 69.002.1-Rifle Flintlock O 69.002.2-Flag O 69.003-Misc. items Collection of clothing O 69.004-Hat Small, black, straw, lady's Page 221 Good OK

ObjectID# / Objname O 72.001-Knife, Hay

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Mrs. Harmon O. Johnson

20" metal blade 4" wide tapering to a point after 16" of length, 12" round wood handle (0.75" radius) perpendicular to blade O 75.001.1-Case, Display O 75.002-Badge Silver, Ann Arbor Sanitary Inspector O 76.01-Cabinet Good OK MOMS Robert Schapler Oak, key hanging on one side. Full of glass slides in drawers. Some slides labelled 'made by George R. Swain 1230 Woodlawn'. Subject matter varies--soldiers and war pictures, maps of Belgium, Poland, etc., Michigan cities, Ann Arbor and UM campus, churches, photos from Germany, ships and ports, American Revolution scenes, World War I scenes. Some are in color, some are photos of pictures in books. The drawers are numbered, some labeled, not all full. O 76.01ab-Andiron Pair, cast iron, British soldiers, painted black O 77.01-Painting Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Ross W. Campbell Oil painting of a small child in a white dress, one hand tucked in shirt, other hand holding a wilted flower. A tag on the wrapping read 'Charles Mills b. 1860, d. 1863 son of Addison P. Mills (1828-1912) & Louisa Wilson Mills (1842-1860) of Ann Arbor, Mich. Louisa died at the birth. Presented to WCHS by Judge Ross W. Campbell, great grandson of Addison P. Mills.' The picture is in a oval frame. Portrait was painted from a tintype after Charles' death at age three. It is said that his dog leaped at the picture causing a few marks and the flowers in his right hand were added to cover the damage. O 77.03.1-Crib Child's, oak, rocker bed, casters, modern mattress O 77.03.2-Carriage, Doll Oak, rubber wheels, leather hood O 77.04.1-Cover, Pillow Fair OK White cotton, square, embroidered design of couched braided cord in each corner, center medallion is an 'R' in couched cord, ruffle edge. O 77.04.2-Tablecloth White cotton, square, small O 77.04.3-Sleeve Pair of white cotton sleeves O 77.04.4-Tablecloth White cotton, square, couched braided cord design, tuck pleats, unfinished edges O 77.04.5-Jacket Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 Mrs. Richard Earhart Mrs. Richard Earhart MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 Mrs. Richard Earhart Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Lurie Terrace Fair OK Storage Lurie Terrace Good OK Storage Theodore Bandemer Armbruster, Florence Fred Bauer

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Black silk, evening wrap, short with long front panels, black lace at bottom of panels and around short area, Page 222

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Source

lace trim around neck and down long panels, black strung beads applied in floal design with long fringe attached on front panel around short area, applied bead band around neck. O 77.04.6-Jacket Fair OK Black silk, evening, rows of bombazine around sleeves and collar, piping trim around lower section, large frog with button closure, ecru silk lining. O 77.04.7.1-Coat Fair OK Baby's, white linen, large collar, lace around collar and sleeves, cutwork in collar. O 77.05.2-Coat Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 31 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, sect. 2 Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Joan Blain

Printed silk. Flowers painted on purple silk background, one large celluloid button, brown crepe lining. O 77.06-Wreath Fair OK

Helen Polhemus

Beaded floral wreath with pink bows on a pink silk background. It is in a wood shadow box measuring 15.25" x 15" x 2.5". O 77.07-Stretcher, Carpet Fair OK 12" wood bar with metal points, 13.5 iron section with crank and ratchet attached. Center draft, locks and holds itself, cross head works on swivel and adjusts itself as carpter stretches. An advertisement for the stretcher is on file. O 77.08-Feather Box of assorted feathers for hat making O 77.09.01-Petticoat Child's, white cotton O 77.11-Block, Hat Brim board-shape O 78.01.04-Scarf OK Black silk, lace at bottom, V shape. Note read 'Silk and lace scarf worn by grandmother during the 1870s.' O 78.01.05.1-Dress Crocheted. Note reads 'made for 2 year old.' O 78.01.07-Jacket Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS/Large gray plastic box L.L. Finch #1

MOMS MOMS/Loan box-Hats to Spats

Helen Polhemus John F. Hall

Helen Polhemus MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 48 Elizabeth Stern Conn

Elizabeth Stern Conn

Elizabeth Stern Conn

Silk, long sleeves, shawl collar with alternating lace and silk, lace ruffles, horizontal tucks up back, lace trim around edge of sleeves, waist band of lace trim with ribbon running through, lace inset at bottom. Part of trousseau O 78.01.12-Gown, Wedding Missing

Elizabeth Stern Conn

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ObjectID# / Objname O 78.02-Coat Black O 78.03a,b-Rack, Hat O 84.02-Bell O 84.03-Tile

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source Wilson, Harold F. Marilyn Thayer

Good Good

OK OK

Safe deposit box Safe deposit box

Bill & Joan Darwin

Ann Arbor High School, inscribed '1856-A.A.H.S.-1904', in original box with original papers Hexagonal ceramic, blue clay with white profile of Abraham Lincoln facing right, imitation of Wedgwood cameo ware, marked on verso 'Mosaic Tile Co., Lincoln Hotel, Ann Arbor, Mich.' O 84.04-Casting O 84.05-Eyeglasses Two pair O 85.02-Teapot Silver lusterware, 6 feet, unmarked, with lid O 85.02a-Cup & Saucer Pink and green lusterware, floral swag design, 5 teacups, 6 saucers O 85.08-Chest, Tool Good OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 2 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 2 Storage Coleman Jewett Good OK Safe deposit box Barbara K. Schnitzer Gertrude Hansen Hexagonal, metal, profile of Abraham Lincoln, marked on verso with monogram 'SCM'

Carpenter's, heavily molded, grained painted pine, walnut interior, trays, original brass key, full of carpenter's tools O 85.08a-Chisel Four, handles only, wooden O 85.08a1-Plane Curved bottom O 85.08b-Punch, Wood Three, small O 85.08b1-Wrench, Pipe O 85.08c-File Group of triangular files O 85.08c1-Knife, Shaving Drawknife O 85.08d-Whetstone Boxed oilstone Page 224 Good OK Storage Coleman Jewett Good OK Storage Coleman Jewett Good Good OK OK Storage Storage Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Good OK Storage Coleman Jewett Good OK Storage Coleman Jewett Good OK Storage Coleman Jewett

ObjectID# / Objname O 85.08d1-Level Wooden with brass fittings O 85.08e-Whetstone Two O 85.08e1-Square Steel, carpenter's O 85.08f-Bit Two, auger O 85.08f1-Mold, Ball Shot, brass, double ball O 85.08g-Brace O 85.08g1-Mold, Ball Shot, single O 85.08h-Nameplate Silverplated, 'S. Smith' O 85.08h1-Hook Wrought, hay hooks, three O 85.08i-Set, Drafting Set of four drafting tools O 85.08j-Calipers Four O 85.08k-Square Small O 85.08l-Punch, Wood Seven O 85.08m-Punch Six number punches O 85.08n-Wrench Seven O 85.08o-Mallet, Carpenter's

Collection

Condition Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good

Status OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK

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Source Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett

Two timmer's mallets, small and large O 85.08p-Pliers Wrought, pulling O 85.08q-Chisel Seven Page 225

ObjectID# / Objname O 85.08r-Clamp, C Iron, 2.5" span O 85.08s-Pliers Specialized O 85.08t-Crowbar Small O 85.08u-Snips, Sheet Metalworker's Wrought tinsnips, small O 85.08w-Saw, Keyhole O 85.08x-Saw, Hand Four O 85.08y-Scoop O 85.08z-Clamp, Saw O 85.10-Doll

Collection

Condition Good Good Good Good

Status OK OK OK OK

Home location Storage Storage Storage Storage

Source Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett

Good Good Good Good Fair

OK OK OK OK OK

Storage Storage Storage Storage MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 51 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves

Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Coleman Jewett Ethelyn Morton estate

Bisque head with moveable eyes, dark wig, kid body, one arm off, original clothes, 'Flora Dora' O 85.11-Painting Oil painting of a young lady. It is on wooden stretchers, no frame. O 85.27-Tantalus Fair On Loan Fair OK

Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Nixon

English, tooled and gilded leather case has fitted interior with two decanters and eight cordial glasses, case ends are fitted post and bail brasses, decanters are polished and faceted with gilt, floral decoration. O 85.30-Bathtub Tin with orange paint O 86.02.01-Gown, Evening Aqua silk taffetta, sewn on rose buds, lace at top, organza ruffles and sleeves. O 86.02.02-Slip Aqua silk, short O 86.02.03-Brassiere Silk, ivory colored Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 Benford, Betty & Harry Fair On Loan Storage Frederick E. Sleator family

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

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ObjectID# / Objname O 86.02.04-Chemise

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12

Source Benford, Betty & Harry

Organza with hand embroidered blue design, V neck, cream color, lace around edges. O 86.02.05-Shoe Blue kid with rhinestone buckle O 86.02.06a-Glove Pair, elbow length white kid, three buttons at wrist. O 86.02.07-Fan Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/shoe Benford, Betty & Harry box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 Benford, Betty & Harry

Bone sticks, white organdy leaves with painted flowers and sequins, long satin ribbons from end. In original Kramer box. O 86.02.08-Glove Pair, white, kid, short, snap wrist O 86.02.09-Dress Cocoa brown silk, embroidered net yoke and skirt, summer tea dress O 86.02.10-Apron White silk, embroidered net border, stencilled floral design, tea apron O 86.02.11-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Fan Benford, Betty & Harry box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

Silk or rayon voile, cocoa brown, applied lace dickie and sleeve trim, long blue and pink ribbons, girl's, summer O 86.02.12-Collar White angora goat, blue silk lining, silk ties with tassels O 86.02.13-Purse Silk brocade, blue, pink and gray with silver-plated expanding closure, blue cord O 86.02.14-Purse Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Benford, Betty & Harry

MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Benford, Betty & Harry archival box/Handbags MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 20 MOMS moveable shelves/ Benford, Betty & Harry

Velvet, blue with lavendar silk lining, lavendar ribbon drawstring, embroidered monogram ESK. O 86.02.15a-Cap U.S. Army overseas cap O 85.15b-Cap Small, child's overseas cap Page 227 Fair OK Fair OK

Benford, Betty & Harry

Mr. & Mrs. H. Benford

ObjectID# / Objname O 86.02.16-Jacket

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 MOMS moveable shelves

Source Benford, Betty & Harry

Light navy blue lined with blue silk. The collar and edge of sleeves are tan with black edging. The outfit has a leather belt. A note found with it reads 'going away suit Edith Killits Smallson June 24, 1915' O 86.02.17-Cover, Pillow Fair OK Pink silk with white silk fringe, words 'souvenir of the Great War', a girl with a bouquet and French and American flags embroidered on it. O 86.02.18-Flag American, 48 stars, silk O 86.03.01-Frame, Quilting O 86.03.03-Quilt Fair Fair OK OK Not rated Missing

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry Storage MOMS moveable shelves/rolled MOMS moveable shelves/rolled, shelf I MOMS/Shoe box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 Collins, Max Collins, Max

Wooden, complete, six side pieces, two trestle foot side frame, poplar, mortised construction Pieced four-patch pattern in multicolored prints, pink background, hand and machine sewing, tied O 86.03.04-Quilt Pieced, Tulip Lady Fingers block in multicolor prints, pink lattice sashing, tied O 86.03.05-Shoe Pair, black leather, hightop, laced, lady's O 86.03.07-Cape Black lace, beaded top, high neck, bow on neck and back O 86.03.08-Blouse Silk, light blue and black, long sleeves, beaded dangles on bottom and sleeves O 86.03.10-Tunic Black brocaded velvet, long sleeve O 86.03.11-Bathrobe Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Collins, Max Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Bright ornate horizontal print, teal blue background with orange and red, pattern alternates with orange, yellow and black strips, large black velvet covered buttons, black velvet trim, no collar, beige and floral striped cotton lining. O 86.03.12-Apron White with lace bottom edge and three bands of inset lace O 86.03.13-Coat, Evening Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Black chiffon and satin, two-piece belt clasp-enamel with red, yellow, white, gold and other color design, satin hem and collar, long sleeves

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ObjectID# / Objname O 86.03.14-Skirt

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45

Source Collins, Max

Long, black, pleated to hip yoke with front and back panels, hooks and eyes. O 86.03.15-Nightgown Fair OK

Collins, Max

Long, white, long sleeve with lace and puffing, concealed buttons down front, from trousseau O 86.03.16-Blouse Fair OK

Collins, Max

White, sheer with embroidered design, long sleeve, square sailor-type collar with lace edge O 86.03.17-Skirt White cotton, long, mock pocket flaps, belt, heavy material O 86.03.18-Camisole Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White, drawstring waist and three large lace inset panels, lace top and armhole edge O 86.03.19-Dress Fair OK

Collins, Max

Blue and white flowered print, silk or rayon, white upper collar with hem-stitching detail over self cape-like collar with white bias binding, long leg-of-mutton sleeves, belt O 86.03.20-Petticoat Fair OK White cotton, long with puffing trim, eyelet ribbon bands, ruffle on bottom, scalloped hem O 86.03.21-Combination White cotton teddy, side snaps O 86.03.22-Petticoat Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White wool flannel, scalloped hem, white embroidered trim, buttonholes on waistband, half-slip, child's O 86.03.23-Tunic Not rated Missing

Collins, Max

Black crepe, tan floral machine embroidery with thin metallic thread outlining, long sleeve, trim on sleeves, lower half of garment and panels along front and collar O 86.03.24-Dress Fair OK Brown 'tweedy look', cotton, long waist with red bias trim, buttons on back, child's O 86.03.25a-Dress Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Blue and white check gingham, long waist with white bias binding, button back, child's O 86.03.26-Dress Fair OK

Collins, Max

Red and white check, plain front, botton down back, half belt buttoned across, buttons of glass with iridescent Page 229

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finish on back, child's O 86.03.27a-Necktie White silk, wide, satin stripe, 'J.W. Fleet Co., Wilmington, NC' label O 86.03.27b-Necktie White silk, wide, plain, 'Garson's, Rochester, NY' label O 86.03.27c-Necktie White silk, narrow diagonal satin stripe and dot design O 86.03.27d-Necktie White, plain, smooth texture O 86.03.28-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 30 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #42 Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White, long, scalloped eyelet trim around bottom, gathered into neck yoke, infant's O 86.03.29a-Nightgown White cotton, plain, long, infant's O 86.03.30-Dress Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White cotton, short, narrow lace around neck, one button opening placket, infant's O 86.03.31-Nightgown White cotton, short, cap sleeves, self ruffle around neck and sleeve O 86.03.32-Jabot Light colored, embroidered net, hooks and eyes O 86.03.33-Coat, Frock Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Black wool, black velvet collar, eight buttons (fabric covered with velvet brocade) in sets of two on front, pleats and two buttons at back waist O 86.03.34-Cape Black silk, plain O 86.03.35-Blouse Good OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White cotton, long sleeves with band of crocheted lace, vertical tucked pleats--3 one each side of front, band of corcheted lace forms V from shoulders to mid chest, band of eyelet with crocheted lace edge from nect to point Page 230

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of V, crocheted lace collar. O 86.03.36-Blouse Fair OK White cotton batiste, floral embroidery, open work at neck, long sleeves, tiny pearl buttons O 86.03.37-Cape Dark blue velvet with lace and beadwork O 86.03.38-Jacket Black faille, ornate, beaded, mauve front panel with black net over at front edge. O 86.03.39-Cape Gray silk brocade, lace over brocade, fringe, bows, paletot style O 86.03.40-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Two-piece, printed cotton, wine colored floral , brown velvet tie belt, lace at cuff and neck, green, pink, maroon, white and beige print skirt. O 86.03.41-Jacket Blue velvet, high neck, long sleeves, white satin lined cuffs and collars O 86.03.42-Cape Black silk, sleeveless with armholes, hem ruffle O 86.03.43-Tunic Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Blue velvet brocade with lace cuffs and collar with blue silk fabric. ??unfinished skirt O 86.03.44-Blouse Fair OK

Collins, Max

Sheer silk chiffon print, red to pink flowers on brown background, elastic top and bottom. O 86.03.45-Nightgown Fair OK

Collins, Max

White cotton, summer weight, long sleeves, puffed work and eyelet down front and on sleeves O 86.03.47-Waist Fair OK

Collins, Max

Blue velvet dress top, short, dark blue soutache braid work with dark blue beading, lined in gold-tone beige cotton. O 86.03.48-Skirt Fair OK Brown silk faille, long, ruffled bottom, brown velvet ribbon around bottom. May be underskirt

Collins, Max

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ObjectID# / Objname O 86.03.49-Underskirt Greenish-gray and black striped silk O 86.03.50-Camisole

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 60 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42

Source Collins, Max

Fair

OK

Collins, Max

White cotton, lace insets and embroidery, short sleeve O 86.03.51-Blouse Silk chiffon, tie-dyed with pink, turquoise and white O 86.03.54-Stocking Pair, peachy-pink silk, white cotton feet O 86.03.55-Bloomers Black cotton O 86.03.56-Camisole White open-weave cotton O 86.03.57b-Collar Lace, ecru, rough O 86.03.58-Picture, Needlework Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Peacock wall hanging, gold backing with blue velvet on bottom, embroidered and hooked peacock unfinished O 86.03.59-Scarf Fair OK

Collins, Max

Square of dark green-blue with bronze backing silk, embroidered silk brown and gold peonies O 86.03.60-Plume Two white ostrich plumes O 86.03.61-Cape Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Black velvet, muskrat trim around edge, soutache braid work, lined with black on black striped material, inner pockets, winter O 86.03.62a-Glove Pair white silk, long, three snaps O 86.03.62b-Glove Pair white silk, long, two wrist snaps Page 232 Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

ObjectID# / Objname O 86.03.62c-Glove Pair white cotton, long, snaps O 86.03.62d-Glove

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS/Shoe box

Source Collins, Max

Fair

OK

Collins, Max

Pair gray silk, long, three snaps at wrist O 86.03.63-Sash Sheer white cotton with satin-stitch embroidery at each end O 86.03.64-Shoe Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Pair, black satin, pleated ruffle bow with rhinestone in middle, medium heel. Label 'E. Yeager & Sons, Monroe, Mich.'. Manufacturer's number inside 15211309 O 86.03.65-Purse Printed silk with crocheting, drawstring O 86.03.66a-Veil Black silk, polka dots, lace O 86.03.66b-Veil Black silk, net O 86.03.66c-Veil Black silk, white stitching O 86.03.66d-Veil Black silk, woven satin binding O 86.03.68-Blouse Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Handbag box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

White embroidered net with lining, tucked front, darker decorative lace down front and around neck, crochet collar, snap front O 86.03.69-Farthingale Frame of twelve suspended hoops O 86.03.70-Cloth Fragment Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max Collins, Max

Cotton square with lace lined center opening, embroidered edges, may be for nursing O 86.03.71a-Coat, Frock Fair OK

Collins, Max

Black wool, double breasted, satin lapels. Label reads 'Fred'k M. Chaffin Boston'

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ObjectID# / Objname O 86.03.71b-Vest

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 30 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 30 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 41 Storage

Source Collins, Max

Black wool, four pockets, lapels, black silk back, lined in brown. O 86.03.72-Suit Fair OK

Collins, Max

Black wool twill. Frock coat (a) has braid trim around pockets, lapel and sleeves. Pants (b) have a button fly and wide green and blue 'police' suspenders attached. O 86.03.73-Hat Fair OK Black velvet crown and rim, wide brim, gold metal and lace inset, large ostrich feather, label 'Detroit, Mich.' O 86.03.74-Cape Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Short, black silk with applied bead scroll work, layered collar, lined with irridescent pink silk, evening O 86.04.01-Organ, Reed Good On Loan

D. Cash

Pump organ, six shelves on top with beveled mirror between, oak. Prominent high back with cut-out crest and applied and incised carvings, spindles, brackets and central rectangular, beveled mirror, keyboard has retractable lid, ten stops and two knee levers, foot pedals have original floral carpeting and brass plates, sides of case repeat turnings and have large, turned bar handles. Original stenciling or decal above the keyboard includes "Allmendinger, Superintendent, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA". Bellows can be pumped from side or by foot pedal. O 87.03-Trunk Wicker, came packed with clothing O 87.03.01-Suit, Union Richelieu wool and silk, marked 4 on label, lady's O 87.03.02-Pantalettes Cotton, lace trimmed with blue ribbons, open-crotch O 87.03.03-Combination Cotton, lace, possibly hand-made, trimmed with blue ribbon, slit crotch teddy O 87.03.04-Pinafore Blue cotton, child's O 87.03.05-Slip Cotton, pink ribbon, lace embroidery trim, child's O 87.03.06-Slip Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 Frances Couch Fair OK Storage Frances Couch

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Cotton, blue ribbon drawstring at top, drawstring waist, lace and embroidery trim, child's Page 234

ObjectID# / Objname O 87.03.07-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 34

Source Couch, Frances

Cotton, puff sleeves, trim, sewn in petticoat, child's O 87.03.08-Dress White cotton, lacy bodice, peplum and lower skirt O 87.03.09-Dress White cotton voile, lace sleeves, lacy over-bodice, embroidered peplum and skirt O 87.03.10-Dress Black lace and embroiderey trim over rose print silk. O 87.03.11-Dress Black taffeta, lace trim O 87.03.12-Dress Tan and mauve striped silk with broad silk girdle O 87.03.13-Sash Orange striped wide ribbon 'girdle' O 87.03.14-Shawl Black silk, deeply fringed O 87.03.15-Bonnet Crocheted O 87.03.16-Purse Crocheted, lined with pink satin O 87.03.18-Sock Pair, black silk, man's O 87.03.19-Spat Pair, off-white felt, Wanamaker label O 87.03.20-Nightcap Outing flannel, blue checked Page 235 Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

Couch, Frances

ObjectID# / Objname O 87.03.21-Purse

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location

Source

Green silk, embroidered in gold, expandable silver clasp O 87.07.1-Box Christmas box from Mack & Co. O 87.07.2-Novelty Sewing kit, 'National Bank & Trust 75th Anniversary' O 87.07.3-Fan Folding, paper, 'Morrill Typewriter Co.', giveaway item O 87.07.4-Bag Plastic, 'Goodyear's' O 87.07.5-Doily Tea cloth, round, embroidered with strawberries O 87.07.6-Antimacassar Crocheted, horses head pattern O 87.07.7-Bag Paper fashion tote bag--"Gay Victorian" O 87.10.1-Dress Fair OK Black, net, ribbon trim, two-piece. Jacket (a)--black silk with black net over. Label 'Mata Bay City'. Skirt (b)--black net with black silk ribbon trim, no underskirt. O 87.10.2-Jacket Fair OK Blue silk tafetta, short, lace around neck, puffed elbow length sleeves with three rows of fabric ruffles at cuff, white silk lining over tiers with three rows of ruffles, 'Hugo Hill Detroit' label O 87.19.1-Properties Set piece from production of 'Aliens & Scoundrels'. O 87.19.2-Properties Wooden soldier from production of 'Aliens & Scoundrels'. O 87.19.3-Poster Posters from the production of 'Aliens & Scoundrels'. O 87.19.4-Handbill Flyer from the production of 'Aliens & Scoundrels'. O 87.20-Flag 48 star American Flag flow at the Quality Bakery O 87.21-Misc. items Page 236 Fair OK Assorted clothing including lace jacket, dickey, two blouses, two ridingates, bed jacket, baby slip, bonnet, Poor Fair OK Good OK Poor

MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Couch, Frances archival box/Handbags Mrs. John Shaw Mrs. John Shaw II Mrs. John Shaw II Mrs. John Shaw II MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 Mrs. John Shaw II

Mrs. John Shaw II

Mrs. John Shaw II MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 61 Anonymous

Anonymous

Lutz MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5, 45 Anonymous

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dress, white silk stockings, misc. lace pieces. Items found so far Collar--V shape, lace and net with tatted medalion inset Collar--sheer, embroidery, lace edge Collar--organdy, shape, cut work embroidery Stockings--white nylon Bed jacket--pink silk, embroidered circles, embroidered edge, tie front Chemise--child's, net with lace down front and embroidered panel, snap strap and side Dress--sheer, short puff sleeves with shirred end, white, buttons to waist, child's Bonnet--white, embroidery and open work, lace around edge, baby O 88.02.1-Guitar O 87.02.2-Hat Small, black, bonnet O 87.02.3-Cape Black velvet O 88.02.4.1-Dress Fair OK Top is black silk with leg of mutton sleeves with pleats, buttons on front, skirt is black silk with pleats and ruffled bottom, all lined with black cotton. O 88.03.1-Jigsaw Good On Loan Floor/shop model, foot powered. Maple and oak with brass fittings. It has a cutting table, and cast iron flywheel and foot treadle device. May have been made by custom woodworking shop in Ann Arbor. O 88.04.1-Skirt Navy blue, wedding O 88.04.2-Collar Ivory satin O 88.04.3-Nightgown Hand-crocheted lace yoke O 88.04.4-Nightcap Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 O'Mara, Doris Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves O'Mara, Doris MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 Storage Frieda Fiegel Eder Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Frieda Fiegel Eder Fair Fair OK OK MOMS moveable shelves c MOMS moveable shelves Frieda Fiegel Eder Frieda Fiegel Eder

Richard Crandall

O'Mara, Doris

O'Mara, Doris

O 88.04.5-Chemise Pink satin O 88.04.6-Apron

Fair

OK

O'Mara, Doris

Fair

OK

O'Mara, Doris

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ObjectID# / Objname O 88.04.7-Petticoat Cotton, lace trim hem O 88.04.8-Petticoat Cotton, lace trim hem O 88.04.9-Slip Black satin O 89.01-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 3

Source O'Mara, Doris

Fair

OK

O'Mara, Doris

Fair

OK

O'Mara, Doris

House by the Side of the Road Good OK MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 63 Foster, Calvin

Off-white linen, braid trim top-applied in designs and in inserted medallions O 89.02.1-Equipment, Photographic Argus slide-lite in gray, blue and white box. It is an individual slide viewer.

O 89.02.2-Equipment, Good OK Photographic Argus Previewer-for color slides. Blue-green and darker plastic with red letters. In red and yellow box with red letters. O 89.02.3-Attachment, Flash Good OK Argus Flash unit for C33 and C3 no. 759 camera is black metal. The reflector folds for easy storage. Bulbs included. The unit and an instruction book are in a cardboard box. O 89.02.4-Attachment, Flash Argus Flash unit. 6" diameter reflector with 6"Lx1.5"diameter handle. O 89.02.5-Camera Good OK Good OK

Foster, Calvin

Foster, Calvin

Foster, Calvin

Foster, Calvin

Argoflex 75 camera with rawhide case (front section missing). It has an Argus lumor 75 mm lens. There is a black canvas strap handle. O 89.02.6-Splicer, Film Good OK Argus film splicer is tan metal with a display sign that reads 'This space reserved for your Argus film splicer se them today $4.55.' O 89.02.7-Projector, Slide Argus 300 Slide Projector in green case O 89.05.1-Quilt Fair OK Good OK

Foster, Calvin

Foster, Calvin Ross, Gertrude

Brocade silk and velvet pieced, some pieces embroidered with such things as cats, girl horseshoe, silk hat-box label used as one piece, peach colored back, tied. Signature 'Frank L. Black' on one piece O 89.05.2-Parasol Small, black, folding handle O 89.05.3-Fan Page 238 Fair OK

Ross, Gertrude MOMS moveable shelves Ross, Gertrude

Carved wood sticks with Hawaiian peacock feathers. Red silk tassel hanging from wire loop on end.

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Source

Accompanied by letter from the Hawaiian Queen in appreciation of missionary service. Fan box has 'Hawaiian fan a present from Hawaiian Queen Ka____o_ani' written on in pencil. O 89.06.1-Eyeglasses Rimless, nose pichers O 89.06.2-Eyeglasses Narrow bone rim, round lenses O 89.07.1-Chair, Rocking Wood, flat back with 3 plain splats, arms, square seat covered with cloth, child's O 89.09.1-Flag Thirteen star flag made for 1879 centennial, cotton, handsewn O 89.11.1-Shoe Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves F upper MOMS/Shoe box Ann Arbor Public Library Mary Jahnke Arthur French Arthur French

Pair of white baby shoes, embroidered hearts placed to simulate a three-leaf clover. O 89.11.2-Shoe Pair, black leather, three straps with button closures, girl's O 89.12.1-Romper White, pink binding and embroidery, hand-made O 89.12.2-Romper White, pink and blue smocking O 89.13.1-8-Misc. items Collection of five dresses, two caps and a bib. .1-.5--baby dresses .6,.7--caps .8,.9--bibs .7 and .9 are missing O 89.14-Buttonhook Fair OK Ivory or celluloid handle measuring 3.75"L, 3.5"L wire rod with hokk at one end and turned section at end joining handle O 89.16-Dress Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Good OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 Fair OK MOMS/Shoe box

Laura Stevens, House by the Side of the Road Laura Stevens, House by the Side of the Road House by the Side of the Road

House by the Side of the Road

Cleah Clay Everhart

MOMS moveable shelves

House by the Side of the Road

Leonard Segel

Wool, rosy-red and black plaid, two-piece. Top has 3-tiered capletts over shoulder, velvet trim with braid around neck, brass buttons, sewn in rose vest with metal buttons, white silk lining. Skirt is multi-tiered and has a black satin lining.

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ObjectID# / Objname O 90.01.1-Statue Cast plaster. Three draped figures O 90.02-Painting

Collection

Condition Fair Fair

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Advertising # 1

Source VanSickle, Arnell Scott, George

Oil painting looking north on Main St. In the distance is the 'old jail' which stood where the Ann Arbor Community Center now stands in the 600 block of N. Main. Framed O 90.04-Nightcap Tatted, cream color lining O 90.06.1-Token, Store Good OK Good OK

House by the Side of the Road

Karl A. Lagler

Civil War token, one side has 'Philip Bach Dry Goods 1863,' reverse has Indian head in headdress and '1863'

O 90.06.2-Coin Three cent piece

Good

OK

Karl A. Lagler

O 90.06.3-Coin One cent piece, large

Good

OK

Karl A. Lagler

O 90.06.4-Coin Two cent piece

Good

OK

Karl A. Lagler

O 90.06.5-Coin Wooden nickel O 90.06.6-Currency Two dollar banknote from Bank of Washtenaw O 90.06.7-Check Three O 90.07.01-Doll Fair OK Bisque head and hands, sleep eyes, blond hair, legs in black stockings and shoes, tan dress. Note read 'given by Edna Wiers Townsend (Mrs. Richard E.) mother Florence Hill Wiers bought bisque head and hands and made rest of doll and clothing about 1900.' O 90.07.02-Doll Fair OK Porcelain head with painted hair, kid legs, leather shoes, no arms, in blue and white checked dress MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50

Karl A. Lagler Karl A. Lagler Karl A. Lagler Townsend, Edna

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50

Townsend, Edna

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ObjectID# / Objname O 90.07.03-Doll Small, bisque, blond hair, in a box O 90.07.04-Doll

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys

Source Townsend, Edna

Fair

OK

Townsend, Edna

China, 'Betty Boop', articulated arms and legs, in pink dress O 90.07.05-Jack, Jumping Wooden, gray, jointed, looks like a knight Good OK

Townsend, Edna

O 90.07.06-Pitter, Fruit For cherries O 90.07.07-Shoe Collection of three pairs of baby shoes and one pair of doll shoes O 90.07.08-Hair Clipping Cut about 1925, Edna Wier Townsend's O 90.07.17-Tablecloth Linen, square, embroidered and lace trimmed, tablecloth or bread cloth O 90.07.18-Trunk

Not rated

Missing

Townsend, Edna Townsend, Edna

Fair

OK

MOMS moveable Townsend, Edna shelves/Archival brown box 3 Townsend, Edna

OK

Townsend, Edna

black, metal trim, two metal clasps, metal lock and escutcheon, parallel rows of stud trim, lined with pillow ticking, removable shelf divided into two sections. O 90.09-Bottle Twenty-one. One marked 'Sure Whip', two marked 'Eberbach Pharmacy', others unmarked O 90.10.1-Stick Pair of rhythm bones made of pine O 90.10.2-Stick Pair of rhythm bones made of walnut O 90.10.3-Booklet, Instruction Instruction sheet entitled "Don't Just Rattle Dem Bones-Play Them". O 90.10.4-Booklet, Instruction Instruction sheet entitled "A.B.C. Illustrations, Instructions 'Holding' 'Tap' 'Roll' and 'Making Music'" O 90.11.01-Housecoat Fair OK Full, gray, black, white and turquoise paisley print, long sleeves, lined with black cotton with blue around bottom, very large. O 90.11.10-Shoe Pair, black satin and brocade, straps Page 241 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS/Shoe box Elizabeth S. Groves Danforth, Percy Danforth, Percy Danforth, Percy Percy Danforth Mrs. Dale E. Heikkinen

Groves, Elizabeth

ObjectID# / Objname O 90.11.11-Feather Two, ostrich O 90.11.12-Nightcap

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57

Source Groves, Elizabeth

Fair

OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Pink satin with pink crocheted pieces in center and around edge O 90.11.13-Collar Lace O 90.11.14-Shirt Heavy linen or muslin woven to look like linen, starched, man's O 90.11.15.1-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Groves, Elizabeth

Groves, Elizabeth

Baby, white cotton, embroidered flowers, lace around neck, sleeves and bottom, needlework scalloped bottom. O 90.11.16-Quilt Crib coverlet, pale blue with embroidered chicks O 90.11.17-Purse Tooled leather clutch O 90.11.02-Dress Fair OK Fair OK

Groves, Elizabeth MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Groves, Elizabeth archival box/Handbags MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 Groves, Elizabeth

Satin, wine, 3/4" flare sleeves, belt over added peplum, open front with snaps indicates a snap-on inset which is missing. O 90.11.03-Dress Fair OK Cream lace with open T back, sleeveless. Matching jacket with long sleeves, big collar, deep V closes at bottom with four ball buttons. O 90.11.04a-Dress Fair OK Satin, melon with black overlace and capelet, formal. Trimmed with olive linen, sleeveless, side bustles with sprig of roses attached, black lace overskirt attached, green tie, fabric rose buds around armholes, side hook and eye fastening, below knee length. O 90.11.05-Dress Fair OK Pink and white striped satin, cuffed long sleeves, triangles of white silk edged with pink material ruffle attached over shoulders and around dress top, muslin lining, child's O 90.11.06-Panties Pink, child's O 90.11.07-Stocking White silk, brown bands around top Fair OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Groves, Elizabeth

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57

Groves, Elizabeth

Groves, Elizabeth MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 Groves, Elizabeth

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ObjectID# / Objname O 90.11.08-Stocking Black lisle O 90.11.09-Petticoat

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15

Source Groves, Elizabeth

Fair

OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Teal silk, appliqued colored pieces around bottom O 90.12.1-Dress Fair OK

Granger & Pearson estates

White silk, floor length, six horizontal pleats of increasing width on bottom of skirt, lace yolk with embroidered eyelet with high collar, lace trim bottom and in sleeves, seven lines of shirring at waist and two on sleeves, hook and eye closure up back. O 90.12.2-Hat Large, leather-like brim bound with gold braid, gold crown with braid flowers. Label reads 'Bijou-New York-Paris' O 90.13.1-Dollhouse Good OK

Granger & Pearson estates

MOMS moveable shelves H

Hodges, Lewis

White clapboard two-story with one-story wings that open on hinges on each end. The shingled roof opens to reveal an attic. Each long side is divided into two parts which open on hinges to allow access to the rooms. The dollhouse includes furnishings including furniture, rugs, accessories. The house is a model of the Colburg house in Colonial Williamsburg. O 90.14-Camera Kodak, broken but bellows in good cond. O 90.16-Violin Includes case and two bows O EW75.61-Picture Pictures from bolts of cloth, vermin damage O L30-1-Misc. items Fair OK Collection of 27 small tools, 2 whetstones, 5 lasts, 4 boxes of tacks, 16 scraps of leather, skeins of Irish flax and heavy linen, lead wire, wax, heel plate, foot measure Items located so far Four shoe lasts making up two pair Box of shoemaker's tools File--5.5"L, 3.5" handle, 2" curved file, metal, rusty Awl--5"L, 3.25" turned wood handle, 1.75" rusty metal pick Rasp--15.75"L, 3.5"L wood handle mounted on 12.25"L metal rod ending in curved wider flat sections with one grooved edge Foot measure--16"L x 0.75" wooden ruler with two wooden pegs perpendicular to ruler, one mounted at end with metal bracket, one slides up and down ruler Pieces of leather for soles Piece formed in shape of shoe top, 6.25" x 2.5" O L30-7-Rasp Page 243 Fair OK Iron, long rod section with 2" offset flat rough section at one end, opposite end also rough MOMS/Large gray plastic box Breed, Gertrude # 4/box 1 Kenneth Mayne OK House by the Side of the Road

MOMS moveable shelves

Breed, Gertrude

ObjectID# / Objname O L33-005-Peg, Harness

Collection

Condition Good Fair Fair

Status OK OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS MoMS/file drawer 3R-AAHA ephemera

Source Breed, Gertrude Breed, Gertrude

Wooden base with 7 pegs unevenly spaced, each peg is 5.5"L x 0.75"diam. O L33-005a-Currycomb Combination curry and mane and tail comb O PW75.42-Print Black and white architect's rendering of proposed Ann Arbor High School building to replace orighinal after fire of 1904 done by Malcomson & Higginbotham. The drawing represents the State Street facade and carries a description of what is to be in the building. May be taken from Omega yearbook. O W75.002-Crib Wood, woven bottom O W75.003-Chair Fair On Loan Storage Sheraton-Klismos form American side chairs, black with wood back, mahogany, carved strip running across middle of back, slip seats with Victorian period horsehair covers. Continuously molded volute back posts, side seat rails and saber-form front legs, crest rails have single molded panels with figured veneer, single slats are carved in high relief with opposing cornucopia and fruit and centered voluted crescent forms. O W75.006-Whatnot Corner shelf, five tiers O W75.007-Basket Two woven baskets supported by long legs to form a two-tier stand O W75.008-Lecturn Chippendale style, medium size, castors, felt top O W75.013-Table Dark, wood, half round O W75.014-Table Dark, wood, half round O W75.015-Cradle Rocking, suspended from frame, walnut, wooden slats for mattress O W75.016-Whatnot Good On Loan Storage Victorian, five graduated, serpentine shelves each have two pairs of turned supports with baluster and ring turnings and pointed finials, legs turned, medium brown color, refinished maple. O W75.019-Clock, Mantel Jeromes & Darrow, mirror and floral decal, hand-painted face O W75.024-Crib Wood, no bottom O W75.025-Chair, Rocking Cane backed, embroidered seat Fair OK MOMS/middle display room Fair OK Storage Good OK MOMS/front hall Fair OK Storage Holmes, Blanche Fair OK Storage Good

Storage

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.026-Chair, Rocking Cane O W75.028-Chair, Rocking Arms, cane back and seat O W75.033-Cabinet, Filing Eight flat drawers, original handles O W75.036-Hallstand

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

Fair Fair

OK On Loan

Storage Storage

Mahogany with mirror and marble seat, umbrella stand on each side, 6 metal bracke hooks (2 with ceramic addition), decorative molding at top with floret center, reeding around mirror O W75.037-Clock, Tall Case Moon face dial O W75.039-Machine, Sewing In cabinet, 'White' O W75.040-Cradle Solid, low. Hand made, pine, on rockers O W75.042-Chair, Rocking Upholstered, springs, Victorian O W75.046-Table Oval, four part base with casters, small O W75.047a-d-Bed O W75.051-Chair Straight back, parlor, stuffed embroidered seat O W75.053-Wheel, Spinning Flax wheel O W75.056-Wheel, Spinning For wool, wheel shaft, legs, idler, spindle shaft O W75.058-Box Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wooden, hinges at top but lid missing. Painted labels on all four sides. Side 1 & 3--red with yellow letters 'Dwinell & Wright Co. Fresh Roasted Boston Coffees', sides 2 & 4--yelow ground with picture of large factory and 'One of the Largest & Most Complete Coffee Roasting Establishments in the World Dwinell-Wright Co. 35-49 Battery March Street Boston Established 1845'. Attached tag reads 'Jar Mr. Taylor, Kathryn Gauntlett' O W75.060-Reel Clock style, three legged, 'Shipman' carved into top O W75.063-Reel, Warping Page 245 Poor OK Storage Good On Loan Storage Four poster with plain scrolls, turned posts, cherry, tag 'bed from Judge Dexter's house' Good OK Storage Fair OK Storage Good OK Storage Fair OK MOMS/Dusseau room

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.064-Mold, Candle Metal O W75.065-Tray

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location MOMS

Source

OK

MOMS moveable shelves L. E. Eberbach

Metal with primrose decal, advertisement for Michigan Milling on the reverse. O W75.069-Box, Food-storage Sugar box, metal rimmed, tag reads 'sugar box used in Ottmar Eberbach home (now repaired) originally made by Christian Eberbach'. O W75.070-Hatbox Small, leather O W75.071-Box Wooden, two drawers, for thread O W75.073-Shovel, Grain Fair OK MOMS Wood, bowl approximatelsy 20"L x 13.75"W, shaft of handle is 19"L x 2" diam., hand-hold branching off shaft is 4"W x 1.5" diam. and has a hole for hand that is 2.75" x 1.5" in shape of an oval. There are metal patch pieces nailed to the bowl on front and back. O W75.074-Warmer, Bed O W75.075-Drum, Snare Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves L top ?Harry M. Cole OK MOMS moveable shelves

Veneered wood with skins set in red paintd wood, strung with rope. Note attached reads 'Civil War Drum 1861-65 gift of Henry Cole, on inside is name Chandler Metcalf prob. name of drummer boy, signing name inside of frame a common practice'. A second note reads 'Jerry's Musical Inst. Repair $10,000 $250'. (May have been and appraisal and repair.) O W75.076-Trunk Metal, heavily rusted O W75.078-Wheel, Spinning Fair OK

Storage

For wool, base, legs, wheel shaft, spindle shaft. Tag reads 'My grandmother Bond's spinning wheel, a wedding present 'Reuel Swifts' 1792 Conway Mass Daughter of Consider and Hannah (Harris) Bond--Hannah Harris was the beautiful Miss Harris' O W75.080-Wheel, Spinning O W75.081-Reel Fair Fair OK OK Storage Storage For wool, three-legged (only one leg positive) with spindle shaft, idler and wheel shaft Clock style, complete. Tag reads 'This reel was brought from Conway, Mass. in May of 1827, by Hannah (Harris) Bond who married Consider Bond 1803, he being her second husband. J.D.S. I give to love.' O W75.082-Reel Three-legged O W75.085-Can, Oil Tin, ?for oil or water. Hinged cover, flared spout, hand-made Page 246 Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 Fair OK

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.086-Stereoscope

Collection

Condition Fair Fair Fair

Status OK OK OK

Home location MOMS/metal shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 MOMS/lamp box MOMS

Source

Wooden, mahogany veneer on eye piece, accordian hinge viewer. O W75.087-Bootjack Cast iron, shape of woman, painted O W75.088-Fork, Carving Metal, two prong O W75.089-Lamp, Gas Lamp base, metal, paulding switch, gas/electric O W75.090-Holder, Taper Metal O W75.091-Mortar & Pestle Heavy iron O W75.092-Spoon Silver tablespoon, impressed 'Ashberry Patent' and G D with a crown. O W75.093-Ladle, Soup Silver, broken into two pieces O W75.094-Spoon Silver tablespoon O W75.095-Mold, Candle Tin, twelve hole, with handles O W75.096-Gas jet Brass, 'Welsbach trademark reg' O W75.097-Gas jet Metal O W75.098-Iron Small. 'Ma_o_y Troy, N.Y.' O W75.099-Bootjack Iron O W75.100-Lantern, Candle Punched tin shade Fair OK MOMS Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts Fair OK Fair OK Poor OK Fair OK Large gray plastic box # 1-cutlery box MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 Large gray plastic box # 1-cutlery box MOMS moveable shelves Fair OK Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.101-Teapot

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

Silver. Stamped '799 Reed & Barton' O W75.102-Vase Green tin O W75.103-Vase Turquoise plastic O W75.104-Vase White crockery, cracked and repaired O W75.105-Rest, Iron Cast iron O W75.106-Vase, Celery Pressed glass, stemmed, frosted ribbon design, round serrated edge O W75.107a,b-Decanter Glass, with lid O W75.108.1-4-Tea set Fair OK Child's earthenware tea set. Consists of teapot and lid (2a,b), teacup (4b) and saucer (4a), sugar bowl and lid (1a,b). It has a brown and green painted bila tree motif of mission-style villa and landscape on white ground. O W75.109.1-5-Set, Toilet Fair On Loan Play set consisting of water pitcher/bowl, two soap dishes with lids, chamber pot/lid, misc. pot. Painted white porcelain with dark green band and gold striping with handpainted rose garlands, pitcher handle broken. German, porcelain, handpainted green rim with floral festoons on soap dishes. 1--washbowl 2a,b--soap dish or comb box and lid 3a,b--soap dish and lid 4--misc. pot 5--chamber pot O W75.110-Cup, Demitasse 'Forget-me-not', broken in two O W75.111-Cup, Demitasse White O W75.112-Basin Washbowl, crockery, blue geometric design on white, broken in two O W75.113-Pitcher Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves J Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a hunt scene in front of a castle. 'Baronial Halls T.J. & J. MAYER Longport' in blue inside a blue lion crest on the bottom. A replacement metal handle was attached and painted white at some time (paint is flaking off). MOMS moveable shelves/in box with Bliss dollhouses MOMS moveable shelves Lucy Chapin estate Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 MOMS moveable shelves

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.114-Case

Collection

Condition Fair Fair

Status OK OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves

Source

Metal cylinder with leather strap for collecting botanical specimens O W75.115-Toy, Pull Wood log skid sleigh, painted reddish brown with black metal. Tag reads 'Mr. John J. Wagner, 225 davison Ave., Highland Park, Mich.' O W75.116-Hook, Reaping Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Metal with wood handle, 30" blade curved in three-quarter oval shape, 4.5" round wood handle, 1" round metal sleeve secures blade to handle O W75.117-Chopper, Food O W75.118-Furniture, Toy Walnut drop-leaf table O W75.119-Mold, Pudding Tin O W75.121.1-Button O W75.121.2-Plane Fair Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Six, black, two-hole, plastic, flat with raised cluster of grapes with leaves and tendril Wooden, carpenter's smoothing plane #3. Marked 'Buffalo Tool' on the plane and 'Auburn Tool Co., Best Brand, Auburn, NY' on the iron. O W75.121.3a,b-Iron, Fluting Cast iron. Marked 'Geneva, Ill' 'Pat. D August 21, 1866' O W75.121.4-Signet O W75.121.5-Razor O W75.121.6-Stamp Stationary printer, fifteen letter blocks O W75.121.7-Shuttle, Tatting Fair OK MOMS/metal shelve-temp. Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Round tin box painted black with a red and white French estate scene on top. Contains: Samples of hairpin lace Eight pins for making hairpin lace-one with lace in progress Printed instructions for making hairpin lace Three tatting shuttles-one white plastic, two aluminum Three packages of pins--one black pins with black heads, two aluminum pins. O W75.121.8-Clamp, Sewing Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Sewing bird, square C clamp embossed with flower and leaf design, open embossed screw end, bird engraved with feathers, center oval on birds back where pin cushion used to be Page 249 Good Fair OK Good OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman #4 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman #1 MOMS moveable shelves M Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Dillman Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves 'Universal' with two gear parts. Marked 'L.F. & C. New Britain, Conn. U.S.A. No. 3', also patent numbers

Embosser, initial D. Black painted metal. In box 'Initial Embosser for Stationery' Straight edge, folds into bone handle. Marked 'M.L.B. Co. Extra Quality' on blade. In 6.5"L black case.

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.122.1-Eyeglasses

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS/Eyeglasses box

Source Katherine Groomes

Gold wire frame with oval lenses, in hardboard case. Note reads 'These glasses belonged to my grandfather, John Steeb, who lived in 400 block of 5th St. opposite Bach School. He was born in Germany about 1860, settled at Foster's Station on the Huron River. Later moved to AA and Died at the 5th St. address in 1904.' O W75.122.2-Book, Ration World War II O W75.123-Game, Board Fair OK Leather covered wood box is hinged in the middle to fold open. The hinged edge is designed to look like a book spine and reads 'Scrap Book Vol.2'. The box contains two leather cups, four dice, fifteen white and fifteen black checkers. There is a checkerboard on the outside leather cover and a backgammon board on the inside. O W75.124a-c-Lamp, Oil Brass column with marble base and glass prisms. Marked '1852...' O W75.125-Trunk Wicker, emigrant O W75.126a,b-Pot, Crock Brownware crockery bean pot with wire rod handle. The lid has a knob handle. O W75.127.1-Pitcher, Water O W75.127.2-Pot, Chamber O W75.127.3-Holder, Toothbrush O W75.127.4-Dish, Soap Fair Fair Fair Fair On Loan On Loan On Loan On Loan Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 4 MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-toys Katherine Groomes

MOMS

Large, pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery' Pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery' Pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery' Pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted, cover only. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery' O W75.127.5-Basin O W75.127.6-Pitcher O W75.128a,b-Lamp, Oil Lamp and chimney, glass. 'pat. April 10, 1877' on wick dial. O W75.129a.b-Lamp, Oil Lamp and chimney, glass. 'pat. April 10, 1877' on wick dial. Chimney (a) found. Fair OK MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp chimneys Fair Fair On Loan On Loan MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery' Small, pink moss rose transferware, hand-painted. Bottom marked 'Warranted ironstone China Etruria pottery'

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.130-Chimney Glass lamp chimney for oil lamp O W75.131-Burner Wick mechanism for oil lamp O W75.132-Burner Wick mechanism for oil lamp O W75.133.01-Veil Pearl buckle O W75.133.02-Watch, Pocket

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

Fair

OK

MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey

Fair

OK

Gold with portraits of an old couple and two daughters. 'ACB' engraved on outside back cover. O W75.133.03-Ring Cameo of Pope Pius VI. O W75.133.04-Pin Mosaic broach/earring O W75.133.05-Seal O'Brien coat of arms O W75.133.06-Deck, Card O W75.133.07-Watch, Pendant Good Fair OK OK MOMS moveable shelves M Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Wood blocked, no numbers. In wooden box marked 'HYJNOj levi 177-179 Grant St.' Gold with 4" gold rope chain with ball on end, front of case engraved with monogram 'EMB'. 'Ellie M. O'Brien, April 9th, 1886' engraved on inside cover, 'AW Co.' in an oval with 'P6352 ' beneath and '14K' inside back cover. Watch face is white with back Roman numerals. There is a second hand dial over the VI, 'A.W. Co. Waltham' is printed on the dial. In a red velvet watch box with 'Roehm & Wright 140 Woodward Ave. Detroit' engraved on it. On the bottom of the box is a religious stamp with the picture of a man holding a child and the initials S.H.G. The inside of the box has a red velvet raised section to hold the watch. The top is lined with purple (may have been red originally) with 'Roehm & Wright 140 Woodward Ave. Detroit' on a gold silk ribbon across it. O W75.133.08-Pendant, Religious Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Helen C. Fohey Yellow teardrop, 'virgin', 'pray for us who implore thy aid', reverse has an altar with a cross. Gold encased in plastic. O W75.133.09-Pin Round, lock of hair inside O W75.133.10-Pin 'Hand' Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Small plastic box #2 Helen C. Fohey

Helen C. Fohey

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.133.11-Pin

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Helen C. Fohey

Black onyx on gold with cross of pearls mounted on onyx, gold around stone engraved with design, pin on back and a loop for a chain. O W75.133.12-Earring Pair, greenstone with pearl border O W75.133.13-Pin Five, onyx O W75.133.14-Bracelet Good OK Helen C. Fohey Made of hair, three different patterns form a 1" band, each end is attached to a 0.5" metal piece. The 0.75" x 1" clasp is an 8-sided metal piece with an embossed border around a center glass oval with a lock of hair beneath it. O W75.133.15-Clasp Good MOMS moveable shelves Helen C. Fohey Gold clip (1"L) attached to 0.5"W grosgrain ribbon measuring 6.75"L, small gold pistol (1.25"L) attached to opposite end of ribbon O W75.133.16a,b-Spoon Two, small, silver, 'Statia' engraved on them. Note reads 'Two mother wedding' (Anastatia O'Brien) O W75.133.17.a-d-Spoon Four, small, silver, 'Sterling patent 1870' engraved on handle, one also engraved 'A. O'Brien' O W75.133.19-Comb Fair Helen C. Fohey Silver, engraved leaves radiate from medallion with 'MIB' monogram, upper scalloped edge, reverse engraved leaves around a star in a medallion, stamped 'sterling 51A' with a rampant lion O W75.133.20-Pin Silver, coat of arms crest O W75.134.1-Fife Fair OK Wooden, ends wrapped in brass. Tag reads 'fife played by Michael W. Fitzgerald in Civil War'. O W75.134.2-Slide, Scarf Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves L top (in box with W75.75) MOMS moveable shelves Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey Helen C. Fohey

Bone (probably animal),rectangle with eagle with ribbon in his beak sitting on an olive branch carved on it, may be name or phrase on ribbon, back carved down to form loop. Tag reads 'bone ring was carved by prisoner in Anderson Prison from a shinbone of a rebel'. O W75.135-Misc. items Box containing three hair combs, one black purse and an envelope containing an assortment of collars. The envelope reads 'Collars 1917 includes wedding collar of cloth Agnes Spokes Harris'. The box reads 'combs, black lace scarf, mother's handkerchief'. O W75.136-Broadax Fair OK MOMS Wooden handle 26.5"L to spot where handle goes through blade, blade is 9"W and 10.75"L. The edge curves down 3.25" where angles up to 4.75" and then back down to 3.25"

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.137-Ax, Mortising

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS

Source

Doe foot handle. Blade in 9.5"x2.25" with butt 1.25" thick tapering to edge. Wooden handle goes through blade's center, 3" bottom of handle is angled approx. 30 degrees to rest of handle which is 1.5"diam. O W75.138-Hamper Round, wicker. Contains lamp, gas lamp globe, six gas lamp globes, silve caster set with five bottles from the Philip Bach home at 424 S. Main St. O W75.139-Caster Silver caster with six bottles O W75.140-Shade, Smoke Gas, from First Presbyterian Church, Huron and Division O W75.141-Chimney Six, gas, with floral pattern O W75.142-Lamp, Kerosine O W75.143.1-Jug, Whiskey Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves D Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bach Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore) Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bach Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bach Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bach

Blue glass jug with wicker casing. Note reads 'jug used as whiskey container in early days and in later years as a kerosene oil container. The oil was used in kerosene lamps. Given to the W.H.S. by Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenia Moore)'. O W75.144-Flowerpot Tin, four-footed, for potted plants O W75.145-Hassock Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves

Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore) Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore)

Round with walnut frame, upholstered in carpet fabric with leather piping, skirt is cut-out above three legs on casters. O W75.146-Plane Fair OK Wooden. Note attached reads 'Made by David Moore, one of first settlers in Superior Township Washtenaw Co. Mich. He came in 1830.' O W75.148a-Knife Child's, found in shoe box containing Miss Harris' graduation slippers O W75.148b-Fork Child's, found in shoe box containing Miss Harris' graduation slippers O W75.149-Box Small, silver powder box, 'St. Louis 1904' on it, found in shoe box containing Miss Harris' graduation slippers O W75.150-Masher, Potato Fair OK Wooden. Handle measures 8.25"L, masher section measures 3.5"L x 2.75" diameter. Label attached reads 'potato masher hand made by James Martin Moore in 1875 for his wife Annie'.

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice # 4/box 2 Eugenie Moore)

Agnes Spokes Harris MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice #1 Eugenie Moore)

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.151-Ladle

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore)

Wooden butter ladle. Label attached reads 'butter ladle made by James M. Moore of Superior Township Washtenaw Co. Mich. for his wife Annie'. O W75.152-Ladle Fair OK Wooden butter ladle. Label attached reads 'butter ladle made by David Moore, one of first settlers in Superior Township Washtenaw Co. Mich. He arrived in 1830.' O W75.153-Mug, Shaving White china, plain. O W75.154-Mug, Shaving Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice #1 Eugenie Moore) MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #4 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #4 MOMS Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore) Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore) ?Agnes Spokes Harris

?Agnes Spokes Harris

White china, inside divided in center with one shallow section. Gold trim around edges and handle. Marked in green 'Shaving mug patented July 25, 1897'. O W75.155-Mug, Shaving Fair OK White china, inside divided into two sections, shallow section has drain holes. Gold line edging on cup, handle and top of divider. O W75.156-Pin, Rolling Good OK Walnut, no handles ever put on. Label attached reads 'rolling pin handmade by James Martin Moore in 1875 for his wife Annie'. O W75.157-Box Fair OK Small box containing spurs and army name plate used for stamping clothing, etc. Note inside reads 'James Martin Moore, Comp. D, 3rd cavalry, enlisted in Sup. Twnsp, resident of Washtenaw Cty all his life, given by Mrs. James Lococo.' Spurs--bits of leather attached. Name plate--tin plate with 'J.M. Moore 3d Mich. Cav. Co.D' cut out, measures 3"x1.15". O W75.158-Lamp, Kerosine Glass O W75.159-Scale, Balance Good OK

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Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice Eugenie Moore) MOMS/Large gray plastic box Mrs. James P. Lococo (Alice #1 Eugenie Moore)

Steelyard, balance with hook suspended from shorter arm of a lever, long arm has scale, weight slides along long arm. It has a 17.5" bar and one weight. There is a hook to hang it up and a hook to hang the weight on. Tag attached reads 'a very old household scale owned by 1)David Moore who settled in Sup. Twnsp in 1830, 2)by his son James Martin Moore, 3) by Moore's daughter O W75.160-Bag Flour bag from Michgan Milling Co. Ann Arbor. found in box with Harris-Lococo (Moore) articles. O W75.161-Cushion, Lacemaker's O W75.162-Chalkboard Quartz surface. Marked 'patented by New York Silicate Slate Co., Jan. 15, 1867' Page 254 Fair On Loan

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Stuffed, lace, with thread winders. found in box with Harris-Lococo (Moore) articles.

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.163-Wheel, Spinning For wool, wheel only O W75.164-Wheel, Spinning

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For wool, wheel with one spoke missing O W75.167-Wood, Worked Turned wood spindle O W75.168-Wood, Worked Turned wood spindle O W75.169-Trunk Large, black leather, steamer O W75.170-Suitcase Leather, contains Knights Templar uniform. Marked inside 'E.A.Armstrong Society Equipments Detroit, Mich.' O W75.171-Trunk Fair On Loan Storage Linda E. Eberbach Black leather with embossed circle design and handles. Paper label 'C. Eberbach Druggist Ann Arbor Mich.' Paper label on bottom 'Emigranten - Gut von Mannheim nach Havre A. NO. 191 general agentur Washington, finlay & Comp Haure Hauze C Eberbach Ann Arbor Michigan From T Klett & Co.' O W75.172-Trunk Steamer. Marked 'Ellen B. Bach, Ann Arbor, Mich.' O W75.174-Trunk Steamer. Marked 'Otis Cutler Jan. 5, 1850.' O W75.177-Tool Logging tool O W75.178-Tea set Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Agnes Spokes Harris Set of child's dishes. Includes two tin trays Miniature stein--white china with blue trim and metal top, 'Nurembergen, Bratwurst, Glogdklein' on it. Tea set contains one tea pot, one water pitcher, one lid with finial, three teacups of white china with gold design on spout, gold lines on handle, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavender leaves on pot, gold line around top and bottom. O W75.179-Horseshoe Narrow plate of iron shaped to fit horse hoof O W75.180-Horseshoe Narrow plate of iron shaped to fit horse hoof O W75.181-Saw, Ice Poor OK Poor OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box # 6/box 1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box # 6/box 1 Ellen B. Bach MOMS moveable shelves

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.182-Trunk Wooden, barrel-topped O W75.183-Concertina

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Florence Walz Hiscock

Note reads '1851- This concertina belonged to Carl John Walz, a pioneer who was born in Germany in 1833. He came to Ann Arbor in 1850 where he was a contractor until his death in 1911.' O W75.184-Record, Phonograph Box of 78 rpm records O W75.185-Record, Phonograph Box of 78 rpm records O W75.186-Cylinder, Phonograph Box of Edison cylinder records O W75.187-Shears, Dressmaker's Large O W75.188-Shotgun, Single-barrel Good MOMS Muzzle-loading, wooden butt is 4.25"L tapering down to 2.8", grip is 5"L x 1.75", barrel is 43.5"L x 1.5" diam. Wooden ramrod is 37.5"L and is attached below barrel and sticks out 2" from end of barrel. . One side of firing mechanism consists of metal pieces on spoke and hinge, trigger area is 3"Lx5"W O W75.189-Shotgun, Single-barrel Good OK MOMS Muzzle-loading, butt is 10"L x 5"W tapering to 3"W, grip is 6"L angling from butt to trigger, trigger and firing mechanism is about 3"L, width from top of firing mechanism to bottom of trigger area is about 3" W, striker and trigger are functional. barrel is 20.75"L x 1" diam., wooden section of barrel is 7.75"L O W75.191-Misc. items Box containing three ceramic bead necklaces, one wood bead necklace, wood cameo necklace O W75.192-Misc. items Box containing two hair combs, lace handkerchief, collar O W75.193-Purse Four beaded bags O W75.194.1-Scarf, Neck Good OK Pink crepe with bright pink, blue and gold roses, 4" blue piece attached to each short end to form hem. One long edge finished in blue blanket stitch, other is a selvage edge O W75.195-Cabinet, Phonograph Cherry O W75.196-Piece, Display Board with pictures and articles entitled 'Money for Merchandise' regarding crop insurance from AAA. O W75.198-Bellows Wood MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 2 Howell Taylor

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.199-Hame For ox yoke O W75.200-Cutter, Cabbage

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Linda E. Eberbach

Note attached reads 'cabbage cutter used by C. Eberbach family. L.E. Eberbach'. O W75.201-Fork No handle O W75.202-Spike Masonry O W75.203.1-Pin O W75.203.2-Ring O W75.203.3-Chain, Watch O W75.203.4-Necklace Heart and cross O W75.204-Bag Fair OK Musette bag. Stamped in black 'Fred Harris A.C. 333, Ambulance Co. 333, Sanitary train 309, 84 Division'. Donation also includes one button and three chevrons O W75.208-Pitcher, Cream Brown/green glazed. Bottom mark--'555 Frankuma' O W75.222a,b-Cup & Saucer White with leaf decal O W75.223-Cup Ceramic O W75.224-Drawing Fair OK Set of six etching models in frame. Note reads 'Agnes Spokes Mich. 7 years old'. One found so far. Drawing of woman's head facing back and child facing forward. 'Agnes Spokes Harris' is written across the top in pencil. It is in a 6" x 4.75" plain wood frame. O W75.225-Noisemaker Wooden rachet, wooden paddle with string handle O W75.226-Basket Woven, bow, child's O W75.227-Hatbox Fair OK Round, cardboard, covered with wallpaper, lid, for doll hats. Written in cover 'about 1860 Melbourne Parsons mother's brother Agnes Spokes Harris' Page 257 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 51 Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris MOMS moveable shelves/F upper, sect. 3 Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 36 Agnes Spokes Harris Good MOMS moveable shelves Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Made from gold watch face, Roman numerals, engraved walled city scene in center, stamped 'AFD 51'

Ellen B. Bach

Agnes Spokes Harris

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.228a-Sadiron Small, cast iron, "IXL #5" O W75.228b-Rest, Iron Small, cast iron O W75.229-Pipe

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Agnes Spokes Harris

Cork outside with center ceramic core, Jimmy' burned into cork, 4.5"L twig hollowed out and shaped to form stem and mouthpiece. Note reads 'pipe of William Spokes, 1900' O W75.230-Dustpan Small, metal, painted design O W75.231-Case, Needle Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Agnes Spokes Harris Red leather bound in black, lined in red silk, needle leaves. Note reads 'needle book, mother of Agnes Spokes Harris 1864'. O W75.232-Calendar Picture of woman on one side. Reverse is marked 'Greetings, the Quality Shop, corsets, lingerie, hosiery 103 W. Liberty St., Ann Arbor, Mich.' O W75.233-Bead, Stringing String of twenty-one black wooden beads. Note reads 'My beads' 'beads played with by Agnes Spokes Harris 1896 Play beads O W75.234-Marble Seven ceramic marbles and one bell in a bag O W75.235-Xylophone Ten keys, middle C through one octave and E above, no half tones O W75.236-Misc. items Assorted jewelry and other items in a bag O W75.237-Block, Alphabet Double faced, in orginal box labeled 'Box of 'Hills'. Note reads 'The only blocks I ever had'. O W75.238-Village Wooden, thirty buildings and eight trees in a 5.25x8.75" box O W75.239-Stereoscope With eleven stereographs O W75.240-Machine, Knitting For stockings, with bag of attachments O W75.241-Purse Fair OK Beaded bag, dark gold/orange crochet with white beads, floral upper section, star pattern at bottom, two 1.5" beaded cones inside that may have hung from the bottom or been part of drawstring. MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Handbags Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.242-Spoon

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Army issue. The front of the handle is marked HQ. CO. 253 1A INF U.S. 1887'. The reverse of the handle is marked '3M 69 with the 6 stamped over RIA and the 9 stamped over 1914' O W75.243.01-Candlestick White glass, 'Egyptian Queen'. Note reads 'Cappo del Monte Ware, no longer made, belonged to Amelia Botsford Sheley, youngest sister of Anna Botsford Bach, inherited by Ellen Botsford Bach.' O W75.243.02-Candlestick White glass, 'Pharoah'. Note reads 'Cappo del Monte Ware, no longer made, belonged to Amelia Botsford Sheley, youngest sister of Anna Botsford Bach, inherited by Ellen Botsford Bach.' O W75.243.03-Vase Flare top, white grape vine design on grey with beading. Marked '108' O W75.243.04a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.05a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.06a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.07a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.08a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.09a,b-Cup, Soup With lid O W75.243.10-Cup, Soup Lid only O W75.243.11-Candlestick Brass, small. Note reads 'belonged to Elnathan Botsford (1799-1853), Anna Botsford Bach (1839-1915), Ellen Botsford Bach (1877-1960)' O W75.243.12b-Vase Good OK Black glass, 'Grecian' lady in white on one side, painted enamel trim of blue flowers and blue and white dots on opposite side. O W75.243.13a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design, hand painted. Marked '5929 Trojan' on the saucer and 'Vienna, Made in Austria' on the cup. O W75.14a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design Ellen B. Bach MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 3 Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach MOMS moveable shelves Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach Ellen B. Bach

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.243.15a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.16a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.17a.b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.18a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.19a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.20a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.21a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.22a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.23a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.24a,b-Cup & Saucer Demitasse, black/red grecian design O W75.243.25-Saucer

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Demitasse, black/red grecian design, hand-painted. Marked '5929 Trojan'. O W75.243.26-Bell, Service Good OK Safe deposit box Ellen B. Bach Marked 'A.A.H.S.-1904' and '1856'. Made from old bell from the burned school. The bell was melted down, made into small bells and sold to make money for the new school. O W75.244a,b-Andiron Pair, brass, claw and ball feet O W75.245-Mold, Pudding For plum pudding O W75.246-Mill, Coffee Fair OK Wood box with small drawer, metal grinder. Note in drawer reads 'Mrs. Albert Gan_t_' O W75.247-Mold, Candle Twelve-hole O W75.247a,b-Warmer, Foot Fair OK Metal box with removeable inner metal pan. Note in cover reads 'Foot warmer, live coals from the fireplace Page 260 MOMS/Large gray plastic box ?Harry M. Cole #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box ?Harry M. Cole #1 ?Harry M. Cole Fair On Loan ?Harry M. Cole

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were placed inside this inner pan, and then one could sit with comfort in a cold corner with one's feet on the warmer.' Note on pan reads 'was used in the year 1840' O W75.248-Mill, Coffee Tag reads '1-coffee grinder' O W75.250-Pitcher, Water Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves J Porcelain, pink and blue nosegay design, gold trim. Marked 'Chaddock's Lamberton Works' in circle with crown on top and 'Royal Porcelain' below the circle. O W75.251.1-Spoon Fair OK Silver. 'SR' engraved on front of handle. Marked 'Shepherd & Boyd' and engraved '1760-1895' on back of handle. O W75.251.2-Spoon Silver. 'SR' engraved on front of handle. Marked 'Shepherd & Boyd on reverse O W75.252-Dish, Candy Cut crystal, scalloped edges, oval with fan and diamond motifs, Anglo-Irish O W75.253-Urn Unglazed, decorative, two hand painted birds and a boar O W75.254-Kettle Large, copper or brass O W75.255-Wood Fragment Piece of charred wood with bell attached O W75.256-Horseshoe Large O W75.257-Shackle, Raft Two flat iron wedges connected by seven links of heavy chain O W75.258-Broadax Head only O W75.259-Tongs, Fireplace O W75.261.1-Warmer, Foot Granite square, no handle O W75.262-Press, Fruit For cider, large plate, four qt. Marked 'Landers, Fray & Clark, New Britain, Conn., USA' O W75.263a-e-Candelabrum Page 261 Fair OK Three piece, for hanging lamps. a-bracket, wall mounting, b-sconce, c-sconce with broken piece, d and MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #6, Box 1 MOMS moveable shelves Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Fair MOMS/Large gray plastic box # ?Harry M. Cole or Doug

ObjectID# / Objname e-swing arms that go in a. O W75.265-Hatchet Head only. Marked 'H' O W75.266-Ax Head only, specialized. O W75.267-Ax Head only, specialized. O W75.268-Tool Spike O W75.269-Tool Hit with mallet O W75.270-Set, Toilet listed as water set O W75.272-Scale

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E.P. Goodrich Lucy E. Chapin

Banker's, for testing US gold coin against counterfeits, includes one weight. Marked 'J. Allender Patent Pending' on arm. O W75.273-Clamp, Sewing Sewing bird. Clamp with pin cushion. Marked 'Norton's improved patent applied for MA__52' O W75.275-Figurine Fair OK Glazed, maiden in pink and blue dress holding letter behind her back. Registration of design mark indicates class IV, day 15, bundle 11, year D, month H indicating the figure was made April 15, 1878. O W75.274-Purse Good On Loan Beaded case with grecian metalwork. Marked 'pat. Mar. 25 90' Cut steel beads on a woven pouch, silverplated frame with simulated ancient coins. O W75.278.1-Bowl Fair OK Clear pressed glass. Note reads 'given to Eliza (Kellogg) Howell as weding gift in 1854 (Saline, MI)'. O W75.278.2-7-Dish, Sauce Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 1 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 1 MOMS moveable shelves Howell Taylor MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 1 MOMS moveable shelves Howell Taylor Risdon family

Howell Taylor

Clear pressed glass in shape of leaf. Note reads 'given to Eliza (Kellogg) Howell as wedding gift in 1854 (Saline, MI)'. O W75.280.1-Basin Large, blue and white transferware, part of water set. Marked " 'Lace' SF&C "M" ' Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280.2a,b-Dish, Soap With lid, blue and white transferware, part of water set. Marked " 'Lace' SF & Co 'M' ". Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used Page 262

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E.P. Goodrich

ObjectID# / Objname after 1900.' O W75.280.3-Pitcher

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Small, handle broken off, part of water set. Marked 'Lane SF&Co' Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280.4-Pitcher, Water Large, with handle, blue and white transferware, part of water set. Marked " 'Lace' SF&Co 'M' ". Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280.5-Mug, Shaving With handle, blue and white transfer ware part of water set. Marked " 'Lace' SF&Co 'M' ". Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280.6-Holder, Toothbrush Blue and white transferware, part of water set. Marked 'Lace SF&Co' Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280.7a,b-Pot, Chamber With lid, blue and white transferware, part of water set. Marked 'Lace SF&Co' Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.280-Set, Water Marked 'Lace SF&C' Note reads 'This water set was bought by E.P. Goodrich,Ypsi. about 1890. It was in the family until 1957 although not used after 1900.' O W75.281-Drumstick For toy drum O W75.282-Screwdriver Initials 'HWJ' carved on 4.25"L wooden handle. 3.5"L blade. O W75.283a-d-Fireset Four piece fireplace set. a--ornate stand, b--tongs, c--poker, d--poker with wooden handle O W75.285a-c-Fireset Four piece fireplace set. a--stand, b--tongs, c--tongs O W75.286-Jug Crockery, brown. Small pour lip O W75.287-Kettle Cast iron. Note reads 'owned by Mrs. James H. Moore (Annie Winney) and later by daughter Mrs. James P. Lococo, dates back at least to 1875. Given by Mrs. James P. Lococo to W.H.S.' O W75.288-Kettle Iron with enameled inner surface Page 263 Mrs. James P. Lococo Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box # 4/box 2 MOMS moveable shelves E.P. Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves E.P. Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves E.P. Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves E.P. Goodrich MOMS moveable shelves E.P. Goodrich

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.289-Kettle Cast iron with three-legged base O W75.290-Kettle Metal O W75.293-Grate, Fireplace Iron. Tag reads 'Boyd' O W75.294-Box

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Wooden, hingled lid. Painted paper labels read 'J.S. Ivins & Son Steam Bakery crackers, cakes and biscuits', '32 Front St. Philadelphia, Pa' and 'Peerless Bartley, Toledo, Ohio' O W75.295-Mortar Wooden. O W75.296-Mortar Wooden. Cracked O W75.298-Wheel Wooden. O W75.299-Shelf Fair On Loan Storage Bracket style wall shelf, small, ebonized softwood, Turkish look, Victorian, semi-circular shelf has low backboard, below shelf are bracketed turned spindles, other details include incised floral carving and pendant ball turnings. O W75.300-Wringer, Clothes Wooden. O W75.301-Duster Feather O W75.302a,b-Mortar & Pestle a--Metal mortar, b--wooden pestle. Note reads 'This mortar belonged to Ephram Smith, a 'physicker' in the U.S. army during the entire war of the revolution. Used to pulverize herbs & drugs.' O W75.303-Kettle Iron, three-legged. Note reads 'iron kettle used by early Eberbach family' O W75.304-Stand, Fireset Metal O W75.307-Yoke, Neck Wooden, for humans to carry heavy pails of water, etc. O W75.308-Rack Pegged, collapsible O W75.310a,b-Warmer, Foot Metal, a--foot warmer, b--coal pan. Tag 1 reads 'Foot warmer, was filled with hot coals from fireplace to keep feet warm, was used in the year (1840)'. Tag 2 reads 'Foot warmers about 1855 live coals were placed in inner Page 264 MOMS moveable shelves L.E. Eberbach

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pan which kept feet warm in ___.' O W75.311-Tin Box, 'Rich's Crystallized Canton Ginger, E.C. Rich, New York' O W75.312-Tin Box, 'Lucky Strike R.A. Patterson Tobacco Co. Rich'd, Va'. Contains tacks O W75.313-Glasses, Opera O W75.314-Teapot Good Fair On Loan OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box #1 MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 3 MOMS moveable shelves J ?E.C. Allmendinger ?E.C. Allmendinger

Inlaid with mother of pearl (abalone), ebonized brass frame. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. Small, white (tea strainer), pink and white nosegay decal. Top section has holes that drain down to the lower section which has a pour spout and handle. Unreadable red marks on bottom. O W75.315-Coffeepot Fair On Loan Brittania Ware, hinged top, cyma curve handle. Marked 'D. Curtis' on bottom. (Albany NY 1822-40) Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.316.1-Dish, Vegetable Good OK Eight sided, blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a river scene with Moorish buildings on each bank and a boat in the river. There are six building scenes alternating with blue and white lined sections around the rim. Marked with an eagle on base, and 'Ironstone Siam J. Clementson' in blue. O W75.316.2-Platter Good OK Eight sided, blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a river scene with Moorish buildings on each bank and a boat in the river. There are six building scenes alternating with blue and white lined sections around the rim. Marked with an eagle on base, and 'Ironstone Siam J. Clementson' in blue. O W75.318.1a.b-Tureen Fair OK Sauce bowl (a) with lid (b). Eight sided, pink, green and blue transferware. Bowl has two handles and is marked '6849'. The lid has a rectangular knob handle and a slot for a spoon. The bowl measures 4.5 x 3.5" with 0.75" handle. The lid is 2.75" H with knob. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.318.2-Dish, Relish Fair OK Oblong shell shape. Pink, green and blue trim and flowers on white transferware. Marked '6849' in blue on bottom along with other marks. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.319.1-Pitcher Fair OK Blue and white transferware, six sided with bulbous middle. The pattern displays a river scene with Moorish buildings and a columned tower. Marked 'Genoa W. Adams & Sons' and an '8' in blue. 'Adams' also embossed on bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.319.2-Plate Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a river scene with Moorish buildings and a columned tower. Marked 'Genoa W. Adams & Sons' and '4' in blue. 'Adams' also embossed into bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. Page 265 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 E.C. Allmendinger MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5

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E.C. Allmendinger

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.319.3-Plate

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Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a river scene with Moorish buildings and a columned tower. Marked 'Genoa W. Adams & Sons' and '4' in blue. 'Adams' is also embossed in bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.320-Pitcher Fair OK Small, blue and white transferware, six-sided. The pattern displays and urn and fence in the foreground and buildings in the background. Impressed ' 14 Ironstone' on base. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.01a-Saucer Blue and white transferware. Marked "Ontario 'Lake Scenery' B&D". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.01b-Cup Poor OK Blue and white transferware, no handle. The patten displays people on the bank of a river, boat in the water, buildings and falls in the background. The scene appears twice on the outside and once in the bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.02a-Saucer Blue and white transferware. Marked "Ontario 'Lake Scenery' B&D". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.02b-Cup Blue and white transferware. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.03a-Saucer Blue and white transferware. Marked "Ontario 'Lake Scenery' B&D". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.03b-Cup Blue and white transferware. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.04a-Saucer Blue and white transferware. Marked "Ontario 'Lake Scenery' B&D". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.04b-Cup Blue and white. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.05-Cup Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.06-Cup Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.16-Cup Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. Page 266

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Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.36-Cup Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.321.46-Cup Blue and white transferware, handleless. Not marked but displays 'Lake Scenery' pattern. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.322-Cup Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves E.C. Allmendinger Blue and white transferware, no handle. The pattern displays a couple on the bank of a river with swans in it. There are trees sheltering the foreground and a fence with a large urn. In the background are buildings and mountains. There are two identical opposing scenes on the outside and one on the inside bottom. Not marked but displays 'Venus' pattern by P.W. & Co. Pearlware. There is a '2' in blue. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.323.1-Plate, Salad Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The patten displays segmented pattern with central floral design. Marked "Imperial Stone 'Water Lilly' J.R.-C.P." Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.323.2-Plate Fair OK Blue and white transferware, bread & butter plate. The patten displays segmented pattern with central floral design. Marked "Imperial Stone 'Water Lilly' J.R.-C.P." Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.323.3-Saucer Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The patten displays segmented pattern with central floral design. Not marked but displays 'Water Lilly' pattern. '40' impressed in bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.323.4-Saucer Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The patten displays segmented pattern with central floral design. Not marked but displays 'Water Lilly' pattern. '40' impressed in bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.323.5-Saucer Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The patten displays segmented pattern with central floral design. Not marked but displays 'Water Lilly' pattern. '40' impressed on bottom. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.324.1-3-Dish, Sauce Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a boat on a river with cut logs and a tree in the foreground and buildings and mountains in the background. Marked "Ironstone 'Navarino' W. Adams". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.325-Plate, Dinner Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays three people on the bank of a river, a fence and large urn and a background of buildings and mountains. There are buildings in five ovals around the edge with flowers between. Marked "Ironstone 'Alleghany' T. Goodfellow". Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. There is a piece of masking tape on the bottom with 'Mrs. E.C. Allmendinger'. Page 267 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 E.C. Allmendinger MOMS ?E.C. Allmendinger MOMS ?E.C. Allmendinger

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.326-Plate

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Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a rider on a camel, woman in a kimono, palm trees and Mourish buildings. The rim has six alternating sections of buildings and flowers with blue between. Marked "'Oriental' WR Unique China" in blue. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.327a,b-Teapot Fair OK Blue and white transferware, eight-sided. The pattern displays an open area with tents in the forground, a large building in the center and Moorish buildings and boats in the background. The scene is on oppositng sides and on the spout. Spout is like a snake head. Impressed '45', marked with small blue O. Separate dome lid (b) has an 'artichoke' knob and a steam hole. Found in china barrels of E.C. Allmendinger. O W75.328.1-Plate, Commemorative 'Patrick Henry'. "Staffordshire England" O W75.328.2-Plate, Commemorative 'Smoke house'. "Staffordshire England" O W75.328.3-Plate, Commemorative 'Federal Hall'. "Staffordshire England" O W75.328.4-Plate, Commemorative 'Roger Williams'. "Staffordshire England", in three parts O W75.330.1-Girandole Fair

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Elaborate worked metal with three candle branches. Marble base. Large crystal prisms hang from it. Part of a three piece set. O W75.330.2-Candlestick O W75.330.3-Candlestick O W75.331-Hassock Fair Fair Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Elaborate worked metal. Marble base. Large crystal prisms hang from it. Part of a three piece set. Elaborate worked metal. Marble base. Large crystal prisms hang from it. Part of a three piece set. Small, hexagon shape, quilted pattern, various colors, composed of a group of six Edison record containers covered in Crazy Quilt fabric. O W75.332.1-Print 'Cathedrales de Chartes' print of 'Passion' window in glass O W75.332.2-Print 'Cathedrales de Chartes' print of 'Virgin' window in glass O W75.332.3-Print 'Cathedrales de Chartes' print of 'Last Judgement' window in glass

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.333-Wood, Piece Seven-sided wooden box. O W75.334-Strop

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4"L black handle screws into 8.25" x 1.5" x 1" wood block with 1.15"W piece of leather wrapped around the wood block. Handle can be removed to replace leather strip. Revolving O W75.336-Plate, Bread Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The patten displays three people in the foreground, onion dome buildings in the background and flower and stem design round the rim. Marked " 'Damascus' E. & E.W." and '17' in blue. Impressed 'Pearl China' in the center of a design. O W75.337-Saucer Blue and white transferware. Marked 'Ontario 'Lake Scenery' B&D' O W75.338-Cup, Baptismal Silver, child's O W75.339-Lantern, Kerosine Small, hand held O W75.340a,b-Inkstand Fair OK Glass crysstal inkwell (a), 2.75" square with brass cover with casting of horese head on top. In metal stand (b) O W75.341-Function Unknown Hand-made iron hoop O W75.342-Wheel Wooden, unidentified O W75.343-Lamp, Kerosine Patterned glass O W75.344-Misc. items OK Box of heirlooms containing spoons, napkin rings, tintypes, child's embroidery. Napkin ring is engraved 'Pelton'. O W75.345.1-Saucer Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a couple on the bank of a river with swans in it. There are trees sheltering the foreground and a fence with a large urn. In the background are buildings and mountains. The outer edge has blue lines and scrolls. Marked 'Pearl Stone Ware 'Venus' Wedgwood & Co.' There is also a blue 6. O W75.345.2-7-Plate, Dinner Fair OK Blue and white transferware. The pattern displays a couple on the bank of a river with swans in it. There are trees sheltering the foreground and a fence with a large urn. In the background are buildings and mountains. The outer edge has blue lines and scrolls. Marked in blue 'Pearl Stone Ware PW & Co.' There is also a blue 8 on .3 and .7. MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 2 Fair OK MOMS/lamp box MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #5 E.C. Allmendinger

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.343.4-Plate, Dinner

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Blue and white transferware. Marked 'Pearl Stone Ware 'Venus' PW & Co.' O 79.207-Set, Salt & Pepper Glass shakers in metal hold for three jars. Marked 'Made and Warranted by Wilcox Silver Co. Made in U.S. America 9319' O W75.347-Print Color print of water lilies. Framed O W75.349-Painting Oil paint portrait of unidentified man. Unframed. O W75.350-Painting Oil paint portrait of unidentified man on a board, unframed. O W75.353-Painting Fair OK Fair OK Fair MOMS moveable shelves/E top, section 3 MOMS moveable shelves/F bottom, sect. 5 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom center, sect. 3

Oil paint portrait of two little girls. The girl on the left has dark hair, is wearing a white off-the-shoulder dress with a yellow sash and is holding flowers. The girl on the right has blonde hair and is wearing a blue dress. The picture is in a 34.5" x 39.25" x 3.5"D gilded frame. O W75.356-Engraving Fair Steel engraving, 'The Lord's Prayer'. In scalloped wood frame measuring 28"x 36.5" with 19.5"x 27.5" opening. O W75.359-Picture, Hair Fair OK Hair wreath on a white background. There is a cut-out sticker of a lily and forget-me-knots in blue in the center of the background. The wreath is in a 12" x 13.75" x 3" shadow box with a 15.75" x 18" x 1.75" wood frame around the shadow box. O W75.360-Print Colored print of hunting dogs. Framed O W75.362-Print Oriental child. Framed. O W75.363-Mirror, Wall Good On Loan Not rated

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Wood frame, oval shape at top and rectangular with rounded corners at bottom, top of frame decorated with wood carving. Once part of a dresser O W75.364-Print, Photographic Large, Roman ruins. Framed. O W75.366-Mirror Large. Framed. Broken O W75.368-Picture Aquatint of child Jesus in the temple. Framed Page 270 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.369-Engraving George Washington. Framed O W75.371-Print

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Lithograph of Lake of Como. Framed. O W75.372-Painting Good Oil portrait of unidentified man. There is a gold G on his shirt. The painting is in a 31" x 34" frame. O W75.373-Flag Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, section 5 MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom center, sect. 4

Flag of the 73rd Spanish Regiment of the line, two outer horizontal stripes, one white stripe in center, white section has crest and 'Jolo ___e Linea' on it. The flag is mounted in a glass covered 38.25"x 36.5" plain black handmade frome with a 31.5"x29.5" opening that is 2" deep. The flag is pierced with bullets and was captured in the Phillipines by Gilbert Perrine of Ann Arbor and sent home before he died. In an inside bottom corner there is a fading picture of Perrine's grave in the Phillipines taken in 1898. O W75.374-Picture Fair OK An open wreath made of dried flowers around the words 'Flowers gathered from the graves of Heroes who can never die Who fell in the fierce shock of battles in Tennessee. Chickamauga, Mission Ridge and Lookout Mountain'. It is in a 20.75" x 16.75" crossed wood fluted frame with 2.25" extensions. O W75.375-Print Fair OK Lithograph of Army of the United States corps badges. The print is in a 33.25" x 25.5" gilded frame with egg and dart molding. There is a wood backing. O W75.377-Picture Fair Color print "Achilles Vents His Rage on Hector", "From the original picture from the collection of His Grace The Duke of Bedford", original frame appears to be rosewood. Image--the triumphant Achilles center with fortifications to right rear and an open plain or seascape to left, Hector lies dead at base of the chariot, good muted colors. "Gavinus Hamilton Pinxt" (from a painting by Gavinus Hamilton), engraved by "Dominicus Cunego Sculpsit", "See Pope's Homer's Iliad, vol. 5, Book 22 for text describing this piece, published by John & Joshua Boydel, #90 Cheapside, London O W75.378-Wreath Fair OK Flowers made of multicolored yarn over wire on an open weave backing. The wreath is in a 21" x 19.25" x 4.5" black shadow box frame with an inner gold rim. O W75.379-Frame Narrow, black, wood O W75.381-Wreath Fair OK Open wreath of flowers made of fruit, nuts and seeds. The wreath is in a 20.5" x 20.75" x 4" black shadow box with a 24.5" x 24.5" x 2" ornate filt frame mounted over it. O W75.383.1-Print, Photographic Photograph of a statue of a woman. Framed O W75.383.2-Print, Photographic Photograph of a statue of a boy. Framed Page 271

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.384-Bottle Glass, with wooden handle O W75.385-Stone, Worked Square piece of marble O W75.386-Picture

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Handpainted plaque on cardboard, black with yellow daisies. O W75.387-Bicycle Homemade. 'Bone-shaker' O W75.388-Bicycle, Tandem Metal, metal wheel rims O W75.389-Wheel Iron, handmade, with strut O W75.390-Pike, Pole Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Wood, thickest point is 2" radius, tapers down to 0.75" radius, four metal sleeves at one end with 5" metal point sticking out O W75.391-Maul O W75.392-Saddlebag Leather. O W75.393-Bicycle, Ordinary O W75.394-Chest, Blanket Wooden, handmade O W75.395-Case, Display Glass O W75.397a-Flag Poor OK Two sided. One side is blue with the state of Michigan seal in the center, 'Company A, 1st Reg't, M.S.T.' above in gold letters, 'Ann Arbor, Michgan Organized 1868' in gold letters below. The reverse is a US flag with 38 stars arranged in two concentric circles. The US flag is the pattern prescribed for military use from 1862-1885. O W75.403-Purse Good On Loan Knitted silk with all-over decoration of cut steel beads and fringe, bright plated metal frame, plated chain handle, heavy loop fringe on lower border. O W75.402-Purse Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Small, beaded. Patterned in white, blue and green, upper portion is a flower repeat in red and green, embossed and gilded brass frame. MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 47 Storage Good Fair OK OK MOMS MOMS moveable shelves Blanche Meade Wooden, mallet head is 7.75"L x 4" diam., 40.5"L x 1" diam. handle goes through head Storage Storage

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.404-Purse

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Condition Good

Status OK

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Brown calfskin pouch, brown drawstring through grommets on top, lined with white 'shirt cotton'. The bottom and 2" up the sides are stiffened with cardboard. O W75.407-Fan Fair OK Lavendar wood sticks with tan paper. Painted with blue, green and white flowers, white and silver leaves. Advertising in black on reverse 'BISSELL'S "CYCO" Bearing Carpet Sweeper for perfect easy sweeping'. O W75.408-Fan In fan box numbered 41-521 O W75.409-Fan Plain wood sticks with brown fabric O W75.410-Fan Fair OK Fair OK

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Gray wood sticks with gray paper. Pink flowers and silver design. Advertising in black on reverse 'BISSELL'S "CYCO" Bearing Carpet Sweeper for perfect easy sweeping'. O W75.413-Scarf Silk, black and white stripe O W75.418.1-11-Tie, Bow Good OK Fair OK

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Collection of ten ties. 1--white cotton, starched, HTT stamped on it. 1--white cotton, bow, with tabs 1--white cotton with white thread design, 'small' label 2--white collton with button holes, stamped Howell Taylor, label The Perfect Tie, Pats. June 21st 1898, May 9th 1905, 15 Keys and Lockwood, NY (0ne of these was deaccessioned as a duplicate) Also deaccessioned as duplicates 2--white cotton, bow, lightweight, one with Howell Taylor stamped on 2--white cotton, bow, heavyweight 1--white cotton grosgrain, stamped Howell Taylor, initials HTT 3-1983 on back O W75.419.1-15-Collar Fair OK Collection of fifteen mens starched collars. The collars bear the initials HTT. There are four different styles. One of each style was retained in the collection, another was placed in the loan box 'Hats to Spats', ten were deaccessioned. O W75.420-Necktie Fair OK Beige with ecru lining. Green label Charles & David Haberdashers Boston. Howell Taylor stamped in ink on tie. O W75.421-Necktie Two, black, formal Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.425-Shirt, Dress White cotton, starched, man's formal O W75.427-Block O W75.428-Village Houses O W75.429-Vest Man's O W75.430.1-Suit, Bathing

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Agnes Spokes Harris Agnes Spokes Harris Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 Katherine Groomes

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Wool, blue with yellow and green stripes. The number 40 is embroidered on the front. O W75.430.2-Suit, Bathing Wool, two-tone brown. Label reads 'Milbury Atlantic'. O W75.430.3-Blanket Baby O W75.431a-Box Jantzen, empty. May have held one of the bathing suits from Groomes Beach, probably W.75.430.1. O W75.433.2-Undershirt Baby, white cotton, sleeveless, lace around neck and arm holes. O W75.434-Lace Fragment Misc. pieces of lace O W75.435-Cloth Fragment Misc. pieces of wedding dress O W75.436.01-Bag, Needlework Fair OK To hold sewing work. Chintz-white ground with green, red, pink, navy blue geometrical shapes arranged to look like floral design. Pink silk drawstring. Note 'work bag and unfinished work belonging to Eliza Howell' Contents--W75.436.2-.11 O W75.437-Misc. items Tag reads 'graduation slippers, stockings, gloves of Agnes Spokes Harris from Michigan State Normal College in Ypsilanti 1895 O W75.438-Shoe Pair, black, hightop, child's Page 274 Fair Restoration Fair OK Good OK

Katherine Groomes

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.439-Skate, Ice

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Condition Fair

Status OK

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Pair, wooden bottoms, tops not in good shape O W75.440-Collar Fair OK

'Stack'. Stiff, black, circular. Tag reads 'stack worn in 1860s by R.L. Speechley of Ann Arbor' O W75.441-Quilt Autograph O W75.443-Bag, Duffle Good OK Immigrant bag. Burlap. There is writing and flowers stenciled on in black. Note reads 'Linen bags carried belongings of grandfather Hoffstetter from Ger. when he sailed to this country (USA) in 1849.' O W75.444.02-Coat White flannel, child's O W75.444.03-Skirt Child's, blue flowered crepe with blue trim O W75.444.06-Bonnet Blue and white cotton sunbonnet O W75.444.07-Petticoat Cotton, satin stitched scalloped edge, child's O W75.444.11-Petticoat Flannelette, satin stitch and flowers, child's O W75.444.13-Hat Light brown cotton, gardening O W75.444.14-Hat Blue denim with white rickrack edge, gardening O W75.444.17-Bonnet Beige cotton sunbonnet O W75.446-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

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Brown, silk chiffon, brown velvet attached cumberbund, brown velvet collar with pale blue silk edge, fur and blue silk trim around sleeves, piece of fur on right center front, embroidered pink, blue, brown flower pattern Page 275

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inset, plain skirt with pieced overskirt flaps with brown fur around bottom. O W75.452-Material Small piece of cutwork with rick rack across top O W75.458.01-Lace fragment Band of lace O W75.458.03-Purse Crocheted, red ribbon drawstring, cord handle O W75.458.04-Cap O W75.458.05-Purse Bag made of string, rosebuds on it, drawstring missing O W75.458.06-Pocket Crocheted, rectangular pocket with edging around. O W75.458.07-Purse White, knit and crochet, fan stitch with single crochet rows top and bottom. O W75.458.08-Sock Pair O W75.458.09-Function unknown Poor MOMS moveable shelves Howard Efner Bundle of thin metal rods, some rounded at both ends, some with blunt point at one end, ??knitting needles for lace O W75.458.10a-c-Fork Three, bone handles, three tines O W75.458.11-Knife Bone handle O W75.458.12-Knife Bone handle O W75.458.13-Knife Bone handle Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 Howard Efner

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.458.14-Fork, Carving Bone handle, attached plate rest O W75.458.15-Knife, Carving Bone handle O W75.458.16-Knife, Butter Bone handle, tapered blade O W75.458.17-Knife, Butter Bone handle, short blade O W75.458.02-Lace fragment Band of lace O W75.458.19-Fork, Carving Bone handle, attached plate rest O W75.459.01-Bonnet

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MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box Howard Efner MOMS Howard Efner Mrs. Albert Fiegel

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Black yarn, crocheted, black silk ribbon and ties. Note reads 'winter bonnet worn by Mrs. John Braun of Ann Arbor township about 1879-80' O W75.459.02-Scarf Wool triangle, crocheted. Note reads 'worn by Mrs. John Braun 1870-80' O W75.459.03-Dress White cotton, braid trim around bottom, yoke and sleeves, eyelet trim around bottom, sleeves and neck, button down front. Note reads 'child dress with braid worn by Mrs. A. Fiegel (Hannah M. Fiegel) about 1878, made by her aunt Mrs. Fred Kern.' O W75.459.04-Vest Fair OK Black velvet, brown cotton back, multicolored side panels of brick/brown background with flowers in white, red, blue and yellow, lined in white cotton. Note reads 'velvet vest worn by Mr. J.M. Stein as a young man about 1865-70 (Mrs. Fiegel's father)'. O W75.459.05-Cape Fair OK Cotton, open weave, eyelet trim around bottom, lined. Note reads 'cape to coat worn by Mrs. A. Fiegel (Hannah M. Stein) 1876-77.' O W75.459.06a-Drawers White cotton with eyelet trim O W75.459.07-Camisole White cotton Page 277 Fair OK Fair OK

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Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

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Mrs. Albert Fiegel

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Mrs. Albert Fiegel

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.459.08-Hat Lamb fur O W75.459.09-Bonnet O W75.459.10-Pleater O W75.459.11-Gown, Dressing

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White cotton, button down front, collar trimmed with eyelet, diagonal tucked pleats alternating with puffed sections on front bodice and sleeve cuffs, laundry stamp 'Mrs. A. Fiegel' O W75.459.12-Nightgown Fair OK White cotton, button down three quarters of front, vertical rows of eyelet alternating with puffed material, eyelet trim on collar and sleeve edges, pocket on front. O W75.459.13-Nightgown Fair OK White cotton, short, vertical rows of eyelet alternating with puffed material, eyelet trim. 'Mrs. A. Fiegel' stamped on neck. O W75.459.14-Shoe Pair, ivory color silk, single strap, 1.5" heel. O W75.459.15-Stocking Pair, ivory color silk. O W75.460-Misc. items Box of lingerie O W75.460a-Blouse Stitched dimity, tiny stitched pleats, lace insets in back, sleeves and collar, satin stitched flowers and cutwork in front with pleats. O W75.462-Quilt Crazy, bears initials GAD and date of 1883, brown backing, twin-size O W75.464-Misc. items Box containing two veils, bonnet and ribbons O W75.464.01-Dickey Lace, high collar, black trim, Match cuffs O W75.464.02-Cuff Pair, lace, black trim. Match dickey Fair OK Fair OK Good OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Agnes Spokes Harris

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 63

Mrs. Ralph Dibble

Agnes Spokes Harris MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.464.03-Dickey

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Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 5 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23

Source Agnes Spokes Harris

Organdy, lace high collar and center inset, bodice piece lined with white satin O W75.464.04-Fichu White net with embroidered ruffle O W75.464.05-Fichu White net with embroidered ruffle O W75.464.06-Fichu White net with ruffle O W75.464.07-Veil Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

Two, black, appliqued lace. Note reads 'two lace veils Mrs. Harris's grandmother, Mrs. Spokes'. 1 deaccessioned. One in poor condition was deaccessioned. O W75.464.08-Veil Black, plain net O W75.464.09-Veil Black, long, fringe at each short end. O W75.464.10-Veil Black chiffon with white embroidered polka dots O W75.465.1-Fan Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

Agnes Spokes Harris

Ivory sticks with silk, upper 2/3 covered with ostrich feathers, lower 1/3 handpainted birds and flowers, rhinestones and imitation pearls on copper wire attached to frame. O W75.465.2-Misc. items Assorted articles of clothing O W75.466.1-Quilt Checked O W75.466.2-Quilt Striped O W75.468-Cape Black voile O W75.469-Dress Black silk Page 279

MOMS moveable shelves/Fan Mrs. I. Iverson box Mrs. I. Iverson Mrs. Mrs. John Beslock Mrs. Mrs. John Beslock

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.470.1-Hat

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Black velvet, wide brim with black bead design, lady's O W75.470.4-Nightgown Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Fred Perry archival box/Hats #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 Fred Perry

White cotton, crocheted lace cuffs and yoke trim, lace around neck, pink ribbon at neck and sleeves. Found with note 'Fred Perry's 2nd wife's nitewear before the wedding.' O W75.471-Hat Straw boater O W75.473.1-Quilt Good OK Patchwork, crib size log cabin pattern. Silk logs, white cotton backing, narrow blue binding. Notes read 'Patchwork quilt about 1800, Mrs. J. J. Walsh' and 'Grandpa ?Weaver's Leorge L, Moores's great grandmother made in about 1800I think' O W75.473.2-Dress Formal, chintz. ??wedding O W75.473.3-Bonnet Fair OK Black straw, crepe flowers with strung sequins, silk ribbon bow in back with ties from sides, velvet brim O W75.474-Cape Black taffeta, woman's. Found in box k1 labeled Douglas costumes. O W75.475-Dress Black cotton with black silk lining, much fancy beadwork, front of bodice only O W75.476-Bonnet Black cotton, flat, handmade. found in box k1 labeled Douglas costumes O W75.477-Dress Cotton, baby's O W75.478-Clothes, Doll Fair OK Red/pink kimono for Japanese doll, red and white diamond pattern, pink silk lining, pink ties. O W75.479-Bonnet Black lace with bead work over black velvet, flat O W75.480-Cap Ecru lace. May be tatted Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49

Mrs. J.J. Walsh

Mrs. J.J. Walser MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Mrs. J.J. Walser archival box/Hats #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23 MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hats #1

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45 MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hats #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15

?Mrs. C.W. Edmunds

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.486-Bonnet

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Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 15 MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hat #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hats #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 48

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Lace with dotted swiss net, silk ribbon trim, white O W75.488-Sunbonnet Brown and white gingham O W75.489-Bonnet Brown cloche, startched crochet thread O W75.492-Scarf Mantilla, black lace, black cutwork applique, triangle shape O W75.493-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Pink and white, off shoulder balloon sleeves, shirred at waist and top of sleeves, pleats accenting bosom, muslin lining, young girl's party dress O W75.495-Banner W.F. Carpenter Post #41, G.A.R., Chelsea, MI O W75.496-Shoe Pair, white flats-ballet style, lady's O W75.497-Shoe Pair, black flats, lady's O W75.498-Blouse Silk ribbon and net in vertical stripes, lace around neck, long sleeves. O W75.500-Sunbonnet Quilted O W75.501-Sunbonnet Brown and white gingham O W75.504-Skirt Black puffed silk, gray waistband, black cotton lining, floor length. O W75.505-Pantaloons White cotton O W75.506-Skirt Embroidered design, floor-length Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS/Shoe box MOMS/Shoe box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 62

MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hats #1 MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.507-Quilt

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Signature quilt, red and white, top only, Each 7"x7" block contains a redwork embroidered oak leaf with redwork signatures inside or around the leaf. A redwork feather stitch runs along each block seam line. Names include Elizabeth Dean, the Reuben Kempf family, James B. Angell, Sarah Angell, Alice Eberbach, Celia Botsford Gillette, Gertrude Breed, Noah Cheever, Nobles, Schairer, Professor Campbell, David Boyd UM '66, Paul Clarke Wagner, a block of names from Hillsdale College and another from University of Michgan with signatures of graduates from 1890, 92, 94-96. File note reads "Bradshaw-church embroidered bed cover". O W75.508-Skirt Fair OK Blue-flowered organdy, green tafetta petticoat and cumberbund attached, bow at center of cumberbund, lace edged ruffles around bottom. O W75.510.1-Gown, Wedding Fair OK Cream satin, lace top and shoulders, stand-up collar, lace trim on sleeve and back of top, long train, lined with white silk, silk cumberbund, label reads 'Schaefer Rochester NY' O W75.512-Dress White cotton, child's O W75.514-Tablecloth Large, lace O W75.515-Curtain Four, lace with center embroidered design O W75.517-Fan Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 59 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 26

?Agnes Spokes Harris

Howell Taylor (Eliza K. Howell estate) Howell Taylor (Eliza K. Howell estate) MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 33 Howell Taylor (Eliza K. Howell estate)

Caraved ivory celluloid sticks with white satin, handpainted with leaves and pink flowers, satin bow. O W75.519-Dress Child's, shades of brown stripe over muslin, trimmed with brown silk O W75.523-Jacket Green velveteen, child's O W75.525-Dress Fair OK Yellow cotton with white, blue, pink floral design. Bodice (a)--waist length, plain yellow sleeves, stayed, hook and eye closure, muslin lining. Skirt (b)--gathered waist. Undersleeves (c,d)--lined with muslin. Note reads 'Buttercup's dress' O W75.526-Waist Note reads 'to dress worn by Nora Babbitt 6/22/1892 when graduated from Michigan State Normal College' O W75.527a,b-Dress Page 282 Fair OK Red and blue striped satin. Bodice (a)--short sleeve, square low neck, red buttons, pointed at waist front and Poor OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Fan Howell Taylor (Eliza K. box Howell estate) MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 59

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 Nora Babbitt Harsh

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back, lined with muslin. Skirt (b)--lined with red cotton. Note reads 'first worn at dance at Whitmore Lake hotel 1886, is now 1947 and right in style. It was Nora Babbitt Harsh's dress-a dickey and sleevelets belonged to it, shall send later if I can find it.' O W75.527c-Rug Fair OK Small, woven, large red, brown and blue stripes with smaller stripes of many colors between. Note reads 'My great grandmother's wedding carpet about 1800 but don't know which Gram.' O W75.528.1-Muff Black brocade with flocked velvet design O W75.528.2-Cape Brocade, black flocked velvet O W75.529-Dress Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 58 Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Two piece, lightweight, tiny horizontal material and stripes. Bodice (a)--waist length, long sleeves, stayed, hook and eye closure, shirred net trim around neck and sleeves. Skirt (b)--longer in back than front, three tiers of fabric ruffles around bottom. Original register says 'Maid of honor gown' O W75.531-Dress Child's, white cotton, small horizontal pleats in skirt, short sleeves, boat neck, gathered waist and bodice, eyelet around bottom, sleeve, neck and waist. Note reads 'My first short dress 1870 Nora Babbitt Harsh Ypsi.' O W75.532-Skirt Fair OK Baby, white cotton, horizontal pleats around bottom half, long, ruffle around bottom. Note reads '1870, baby skirt made for me by my grandmother, Nancy Smalley, who made the tiny hemmed ruffle also Nora Babbitt Harsh'. O W75.534-Shirt Baby's, white cotton with lace trim. O W75.536-Nightgown Fair OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45

Nora Babbitt Harsh

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49

Nora Babbitt Harsh

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 58

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

White cotton, yoke and cap sleeve of eyelet, part of trousseau. Note reads 'My mother, Florence Smalley Babbitt's tiny wedding night dress in 1866 Ypsilanti, Michigan Nora Babbitt H (At one time she weighed 265 lbs.)' O W75.537-Drawers White, ruffle around legs edged in tiny lace, open back. Note reads 'Nancy Lewis Smalley's drawers worn about 1850' O W75.538-Shawl Black velvet, fringed O W75.540-Box Paperboard. Labelled 'John E. King Coffee Co., Detroit shipped to Cook House Ann Arbor'. Page 283

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 48

Nora Babbitt Harsh

Nora Babbitt Harsh

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.541-Hat Straw, trimmed with artificial roses. O W75.542-Hat Blue straw, lady's O W75.543-Hat

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Straw, trimmed with felt flowers, lady's. Label reads 'Rijou New York' O W75.544-Hat Straw, trimmed with artificial flowers, lady's. O W75.545-Hat Black straw cloche O W75.546-Hat Soft cloche with net and sequins O W75.547-Shoe Bag of baby shoes O W75.549-Quilt Rose and tan O W75.550-Misc. items Box of boy's clothing O W75.551-Gown, Dressing Fair OK White linen peignoir, long sleeves. Alternating bands of lace and diagonal stitched material in yoke, sleeves and down front. Lace around neck, panels and sleeves. Button-down front strip of diagonal stitched plain fabric with same stitched pleats, lace, diagonal fabric. Edged with lace around bottom. O W75.553-Apron Net O W75.554-Bonnet Small, black O W75.555-Dress Fair OK Lavendar and gray striped silk, velvet trim on top, waist and sleeves, chiffon neck, collar and sleeve inset, green, white, red, brown and silver deaded decoration in V at center front, back flap with ten net buttons, velvet core left side of skirt with ten buttons, fronch knot decoration around gore, bottom and up gored side. O W75.556-Underskirt Fair OK White taffeta, two ruffles at bottom. Matches W75.557's waist lining. May have been cut out of the skirt at some time. O W75.557a,b-Dress Fair OK Two piece. Waist (a)--pink chiffon over white tafetta, inset lace sleeves over tafetta, pink tafetta around bottom and between two lace insets in front of bodice, high neck with brown and pink ribbon around, black net Page 284 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 28 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Blue archival box/Hats #1

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 59 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 59

?Agnes Spokes Harris

?Agnes Spokes Harris

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over pink fabric buttons, stayed. Skirt (b)--pink chiffon with two 2.5" lace panels down front. O W75.558-Waist Fair OK Black taffeta, leg of mutton sleeves with shirred crepe around bottom, white stitched horizontal pleats, layers of ruffles with black lace edges, high neck trimmed in pink, self belt trimmed in pink, large black bow with very long ends at waist, two black lace-edged ruffles capping sleeves, stayed, lined with black. O W75.559-Waist Fair OK Black lace over white net, white net around bottom, black silk center front V and back collar, high black over white neck. O W75.560-Bag, Needlework Fair OK Open weave cotton yarn with 3 red stripes, cotton ribbon trim with geometric design around top, rope handles. Contains doll clothes, pouch, doily. O W75.561-Sham, Pillow Pair, white linen O W75.562-Dress Blue brocade, velvet trim, stays O W75.563-Mat Fair OK Small, multi-colored, Indian weave. Red, green, yellow, white, blue, orange and brown with tassel fringe of same colors. O W75.564-Nightgown Three, cotton O W75.566-Ribbon Brown and black, part of dress worn by Mrs. Michael W. Fitzgerald (nee Rhoda Raymo) O W75.566a-Curtain Cafe, made of cotton towelling O W75.567-Curtain Net O W75.568-Quilt Patchwork O W75.569-Hat Officer's cap, khaki wool with stiff brim, neck strap Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Military #2 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 22 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 39

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 22 MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Agnes Spokes Harris archival box

O W75.570-Shawl Black with cover and tassels, lace O W75.571-Cape Fair OK Black silk with flocked velvet flowers, lace around neck, long front tails, black silk lining. Page 285 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 29

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O W75.572-Shawl

Fair

OK

Black taffeta with black lace collar, lace around bottom and on band at shoulder drop + braid. O W75.573-Gown, Evening Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 29 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 61

Pink and white striped silk, flared sleeves lined with silk, tiered skirt, each tier and edge of sleeves have bands of white silk and handpainted flowers, bodice and skirt lined with muslin, hooke and eye closure in back with pink ball button decoration. O W75.574-Shawl White net with pink bows O W75.575-Gown Black silk, formal O W75.577-Uniform Coat and pants O W75.579-Cape Black silk, bead trim, opera O W75.581-Jacket Fair OK Black taffeta, lace trim around bottom, sleeves and on bodice, lace over fabric buttons, brown lining. O W75.582-Tablecloth Net O W75.584a,b-Uniform Officer's jodhpurs and tunic O W75.585-Camera, Box Black, USA Pat. 10-03 O W75.587a-Throw, Sofa Good On Loan Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 23

Howell Taylor MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves

Satin with fringed border, large owl on an oak branch clutching a spear and torch, shades of gold and green, lined in cotton. Signed "Tuldner" O W75.588-Misc. items Fair Assorted jewelry made of hair a) five leaves on a stem--type seen in hair wreaths, some damage b) brooch-one section of gold wire with two smaller ones on each side form open baskets over woven hair, a dangle off each has traces of hair where something was once attached, pin clasp c) two pieces of woven hair forming rolls, wired together in center-may have attached to above piece to form two loops d) thre pieces of woven hair attached to metal piece, two are loose woven columns, one is loose woven balls, Page 286

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damaged e) very small belt of woven hair measuring 3/16"W, 0.25" square metal buckle O W75.589-Misc. items Wooden box, no top, containing assorted brass parts and screws, ??curtain rods O W75.590-Sconce Tin, small, for candle O W75.591-Belt, Accessory Leather belt with two leather holsters for pistols Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Military #1 Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box # 4/box 2

O W75.592-Hat Straw cloche O W75.593a,b-Flag Two, small, silk, 48 stars, on black stick O W75.594-Parasol Black silk, black lace fringe, black handle O W75.600a,b-Frame, Quilting With unfinished quilt attached. Quilt auctioned 2004 O W75.604-Chest Of Drawers Fair On Loan Storage Eastlake style, two raised hankie drawers form a center well at top of case, case contains two long drawers with ebonized wooden, teardrop pulls with brass backplates, drawer faces are line-molded at right angles and are machine dovetailed, paint simulated burl panel on each drawer face, base is straight bracket above casters. O W75.605-Table, Night Good On Loan Storage Mrs. Philip Bach Rococo Revival style, walnut with poplar secondary wood, molded white marble top, case contains single, hand-dovetailed drawer which overhangs the lower case slightly and has large, carved, leaf and fruit pull and oblong molded panel, case corners are curved, conforming to top, stiles below have carved pendant fruit groupings, lower stiles have applied acanthus carvings, single cabinet door below has Gothic arch panel, closed base has modified bracketing at corners and rests on original brass casters. O W75.606-Chair, Rocking Yellow, Boston O W75.608-Chair Good On Loan Storage Side, lyre, carved back, dark green upholstery with flowers in lines on slip seat. Transitional Empire/Victorian, mahogany and mahogany veneer, crest rail is molded, scrolled and veneered with an open handhold and inlaid patera device, vase splat has volutes at top, front legs saber forms. O W75.609-Rug Good On Loan Storage Room size, wool, pink ground, black and white floral medallion and border, fringed. Also two rugs 36" x Page 287 Fair On Loan Storage Katherine Dexter McCormick Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves C Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves C

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~48". O W75.610-Crib Good On Loan Storage Country Sheraton style, walnut, four turned posts have medium sized ball finials above block turnings and opposed vase, reel and tapered turnings, side spindles repeat opposed vase and reel turnings of posts, originally on rockers. Includes mattress O W75.611-Chair, Rocking Good On Loan Storage Child size, cane seat and back, bentwood arms, bowed seat rail, shaped crest rail and back curving posts, front posts and front stretcher are turned. O W75.612-Lamp, Electric Good On Loan Storage Cast and sheet brass, originally kerosene, now electrified-font is compressed sphere form with decorative embossing, column is reeded and has a figural full-bodied owl above column with embossed undulating pattern, four applied stylized brackets in form of festoons, base has four scrolled feet and open work with low relief motifs. Original shade is bell-shaped, handpainted with Oriental senes and has long fringe. O W75.613-Commode Good On Loan Storage Rococo Revival style, walnut with poplar secondary wood, molded white marble top, facade contains single hand-dovetailed wide door which overhangs lower case slightly and has large, carved, leaf and fruit pull and oblong molded panel, case corners curved conforming to top, on stiles below are carved pendant fruit groupings, lower stiles have applied acanthus carvings, double cabinet doors have applied Gothic arch panels, closed base has modified bracketing at corners and rests on original brass casters. O W75.614-Chair Red plush upholstery O W75.615-Chair Fair On Loan Storage Large, balloon back, satin covered, pink with floral upholstery, lady's. Rococo Revival style, exposed walnut frame with carved crest with cluster of fruit, volutes and incised carving, inverted pear shaped back, molded hip rests, bowfront seat with exposed seat rail over cabriole molded legs, upholstered in old gold colored brocade. O W75.616-Table Drop-leaf O W75.617a,b-Painting Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Pair of hand-painted, reverse painting on glass, oval frames with painted domed glass, romanticized European scenes of lakes, castles and mountains, gilt gesso frame has applied flowers. O W75.618a,b-Chair Good On Loan Storage Two matching Sheraton-Klismos form American side chairs, black with wood back, mahogany, carved strip running across middle of back, slip seats with Victorian period horsehair covers. Continuously molded volute back posts, side seat rails and saber-form front legs, crest rails have single molded panels with figured veneer, single slats are carved in high relief with opposing cornucopia and fruit and centered voluted crescent forms. O W75.619-Chest Good On Loan Storage Mahogany, four main drawers, 1 row of three accessory drawers, crotch grain veneer and solid, mushroom Page 288 Good On Loan Storage Good On Loan Storage

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handle, bracket feet. Empire/Victorian Transitional style, refinished cherry with figured mahogany veneer drawer fronts, case corners are canted with applied half turnings, set of three setback, short drawers mounted at top rear of case, upper set of drawers have ogee molded faces, case contains two short, ogee-molded drawers above three graduated long drawers with turned knobs, all drawers hand-dovetailed, base is an ogee-molded bracket with spurring. O W75.620-Painting Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Katherine Dexter McCormick Oil portrait of young woman, Kate Augusta Duenberry Dexter, first wife of Wirt Dexter,in white off-the-shoulder dress with puffed sleeves. The white full skirt has 4 horizontal black lines. She is wearing a brooch at the neck. The studio background in a landscape scene with a red brocade curtain draped on the left side. The painting is in a narrow gilded frame with carved leaves. O W75.623-Fan Fair OK MOMS Framed fan, brise form of pierced tortoise shell, sticks are intricately pieced and handpainted with band of forget-me-nots and polychrome floral decoration. The 15.25" x 19.5" frame is gilded gesso in Victorian style and is lined in velvet, brass plaque in frame notes association 'This fan belonged to Ann Barry Allen, one of the pioneer women after whom Ann Arbor was named in 1824'. O W75.624-Wreath Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Flowers made of human hair. In 3" deep hexagonal shadowbox frame of bird's eye maple with applied painted gesso fern leaves at joints. O W75.625.1-Chair Fair On Loan Storage Victorian side or piano chair, openwork back, molded circle basically with oval panel,appears to be rosewood or rosewood grained, rush seat, turned legs bent at tapered feet, front rung turned. O W75.626-Chair Good On Loan Storage Red, side. Elizabethan Revival, plush, red velvet upholstered seat and back (with button tufting on back), exposed seat frame has panel of machined ripple molding in front, carved walnut backposts turned with opposing vase and ring turnings topped by urn and steeple finials, crest rail carved with open work a shell and cyma curves. Legs turned with ring and ball turnings and are connected by a turned "H" stretcher. O W75.627-Chair, Rocking Good On Loan Storage Boston rocker, cyma profile contoured seat wtih applied scroll at front, crest rail is a rolled and flared form with panel of birds' eye maple veneer, six tapered back spindles, two spindles and turned armposts with single ball turnings support the cut-out arms which end in volutes. O W75.628-Table Tilt-top O W75.630-Screen Fair On Loan Storage Two panel, rectangular panels are bound in brass tacked leatherette with scalloped edges, frame rests on porcelain casters and has brass handle at each side, one surface is decorated with colored decoupage engravings of people, reverse is decorated with decoupage black and white engraved pictures of people, engravings appear to be English. O W75.631-Lamp Brass, table Page 289 Good On Loan MOMS Good On Loan Storage Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter, D.A.R.

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.632a-Table, Dining

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Country Sheraton style in refinished maple, extendable round molded top has two additional leaves, six legs are spol, vase and ring turned above tapered mid-sections and inverted base and tapered feet on original brass casters. O W75.621-Painting Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Katherine Dexter McCormick Oil portrait of a bearded man, Wirt Dexter, son of Samuel Dexter, in dark suit sitting on a chair. The painting is in alarge gilded frame made up of several types of molding. O W75.276-Purse Not rated On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Pouch shaped, beaded. Cut steel beads on a woven pouch, silverplated frame with simulated ancient coins. Marked "Patent '90" O 2004.012.1-Mixer, Electric Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Prince, William & Marlene Metal stand with 5.5" x 9" green base. A 14" high square metal shaft screws into the base. The mixer handle attaches to the shaft with screws which can adjust the height of the mixer. The motor extends from the handle. Two beaters are attached to the mixer. An 8" diameter green metal pan fits into holes in the base. The hole used determines the location of the mixing bowl under the beaters. The words 'MAGIC MAID' are embossed in the base. The motor has a four-position switch, off + three speeds. A plate attached to the motor reads '105-115 V AC or DC Model B 61856 pat. pending STAR-Rite The Fitzgerald Mfg. Co. Torrington, Conn. USA.' The plate also has a section of partially worn off lettering which read Magic Maid. O 2004.012.2-Bowl, Mixing Large, green glass O 2004.013.1.1-Gown, Wedding Good OK Net with lace insets and lace collar. The dress buttons up the front with fabric ball buttons and loops and there is also a side zipper. The lace insets are at the elbow of the long sleeves, at the waist, across the shoulder, two panels down the front of the dress at the sides and three panels down the back. The lace sleeve cuffs are secured by two fabric buttons. The back of the dress extends to form a long train. O 2004.013.1.2-Veil Fair OK Combination hat and veil of net. There is a wire frame stand-up section with small white flowers. A short face veil and a longer back of head veil are attached to the frame. O 2004.013.1.3-Slip Long, white satin O 2004.013.1.4-Shoe Fair OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 67 Benford, Betty & Harry Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Prince, William & Marlene

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 67 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 67 MOMS/shoe box

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

Benford, Betty & Harry

White, leather, open toe, 3" heel. Three leather pieces over the front of the foot come together to form a circle in the center. Leather heel section has a leather buckle strap. Label 'SS DEL-UXE design' inside the shoe. O 2004.013.3-Shoe Black leather, man's. Label inside 'Crosby Sonair Authentic Fashions' O 2004.013.2-Bow Fair OK Large white satin bow with wire hook center. May have been a wedding decoration MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 67 Benford, Betty & Harry Fair OK MOMS/shoe box Benford, Betty & Harry

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.014.1-Set, Educational

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Diesenroth, Evelyn

Little Busy Bakers Pastry Set no. 999 in original box. The 14 x 9" box has a picture of a mother and daughter baking and a man peeking into the kitchen on the cover. The edges of the box show a cartoon baker in white. The contents of the box include: 1. Wooden unpainted rolling pin 7.25" long and 1.75" in diameter with a 2.25" blue handle at each end. 2. Wooden unpainted mallet in a 2.25" bell shape with a 3" blue handle. 3. Two aluminum cookie cutters--2.5" rabbit and 2" turkey 4. Metal measuring cup 2" in diameter with 2.25" metal rod handle 5. Wooden unpainted pastry board 11.25 x 8.75" 6. Recipe book by Marjorie Noble Osborn, author of "Jolly Times Cook Book" The set was made by Transogram Co., New York, NY. O 2004.014.2-Toy, Washing Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn Toy washboard stenciled "Little Pet No. 817 Trademark Reg. US Pat. Off. Made in USA National Washboard Co. Chicago-Saginaw-Memphis. The board measures 7 x 12" with a 5.5 x 6.25" corrugated metal insert. O 2004.014.3-Bib White, crocheted, added crocheted edge O 85.24-Quilt Fair OK Patchwork Ohio Star pattern. Eight-pointed star in shades of brown with some blues and pinks. Border and backing of small allover print of black leaves and stems and red flowers on a white ground, no binding O 2004.015-Doll Good OK Molded rubber head and shoulder sewn to stuffed cotton torso. The legs are stitched across at the knees and the arms are stitched at the elbows. The painted face has open blue eyes, lips and pink cheeks. The molded hair is painted blond. The doll is fully clothed. She is wearing a button-front white silk teddy with knee length legs trimmed with lace. Over the teddy is a white cotton slip with cutwork embroidery and lace edging. The slip buttons up the back. Over the slip is a ribbon pattern dress of blue checked stripes alternating with white stripes with pink flowers and green petals. The dress buttons up the back with clear glass balls and its long sleeves have pink ribbons in them. The outer layer is a blue cape with tan silk lining. The doll has a matching blue bonnet with artificial flowers. She is wearing shoes crocheted from gold cord. O 2004.016.01-Plate, Engraving Good OK Printer's plate showing section of the city of Ann Arbor. The section is bounded by Wells St., Packard and Olivia St. and also includes Woodlawn Ave. and Forest Ave. It is made of cast iron with copper overlay. The plate is in an envelope labelled 'You & Your Family, Ann Arbor Trust Co. Ann Arbor, Michigan' with a line drawing of a building. The envelope is addressed to Miss Linda E. Eberbach and has 'Subdivision Plate to Grandpa Eberbach's Property' written on in blue. O 2004.016.08.1-Bag Fair OK Paper prescription bag. Labelled in black 'PRESCRIPTIONS' 'Eberbach Pharmacy, Inc. 2394 E. Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. PHONE 663-9600 Ann Arbor's Oldest Pharmacy'. There are outline pictures of a mortar and pestle, spatula, and graduated cylinder in gold. O 2004.016.08.2-Bag Fair OK Paper prescription bag. Labelled in black 'PRESCRIPTIONS' 'EBERBACH Pharmacy, Inc. Ann Arbor's Page 291 MoMS/file drawer 4L Eberbach ephemera Schaupner, John MOMS moveable shelves/rolled, shelf I Fisher, Robert J. Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Diesenroth, Evelyn

MoMS/file drawer 3R adv. envelope #4

Schaupner, John

MoMS/file drawer 3R adv. envelope #4

Schaupner, John

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Oldest Pharmacy 2394 E. Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. PHONE 663-9600 '. There are outline pictures of a mortar and pestle with RX in a circle in the center of the mortar and a graduated cylinder with a cadeuseus in gold. O 2004.016.02-Card, Greeting Fair OK Embossed plastic cutout design. Simulated woven reed basket on stand with bunches of flowers--wisteria or lilacs--flowing from basket and over handle. The flowers are lavendar and white with gold centers. The handle and stand of the basket are simulated twigs. There is a bow tied around the handle and a blue bird perched on the handle. A card in the basket reads 'Herzlichen Gluckwunsch.' in black. There is a cardboard stand attached to the back of the card. O 2004.016.03-Card, Greeting Fair OK Embossed plastic cutout design. Simulated woven reed cornucopia on stand with bunches of pink and white flowers and green leaves flowing from it. The cornucopia is on a stand of simulated twigs. There is a bow tied around the stand. A card in the cornucopia reads 'Herzlichen Gluckwunsch.' in black. O 2004.017.01.1-Gown, Wedding Good OK Bodice. Light weight cotton with flocked spots. 3/4 length sleeves with a band of openwork crochet above a lace trimmed cuff. Upper bodice has openwork crochet lace inset and high neck collar. A band of openwork crochet runs across the back under the arms and then down to form a block U section. The bodice is drawn in at the waist with a 3" ruffle below. There is hook & eye closure up the back. O 2004.017.01.2-Gown, Wedding Good OK Skirt. Floor length light weight cotton with flocked spots. Small stitched pleats at waist. Five inset panels edged with lace. Snap closure at back. O 2004.017.01.3-Petticoat Good OK Floor length white cotton with drawstring waist. 3" ruffle around bottom. 15.5" ruffled tier of cotton with three bands of 1" lace attached above bottom. O 2004.017.01.4-Drawers White cotton with button back flap opening, legs have 2 bands of lace. O 2004.017.01.5-Nightgown Good OK Good OK MoMS/file drawer 4L Eberbach ephemera Schaupner, John

MoMS/file drawer 4L Eberbach ephemera

Schaupner, John

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71

Kemp, Martha

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 71 MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box # 3 MoMS/file drawer 3R advertising Env. # 1

Kemp, Martha

Kemp, Martha

Kemp, Martha

Kemp, Martha

Short, white cotton edged with picot trim around sleeves and neck edge. Second band of same trim set in around sleeves and neck edge. Two button front opening edged in picot. Puff cap sleeve. O 2004.017.01.6-Shoe Fair OK White leather with 1.75" heel. Button strap. White bead design on front of shoe. Silk bow trime on strap is unattached on left shoe and in poor condition on right. O W75.243.12a-Vase Good OK Stand for (b). Filigree silver plate with four legs and two upright sections to hold vase. Marked 2425 O 87.16.1-Blotter Fair OK

Kemp, Martha

Ellen B. Bach

Florence Vandermast

Blotter advertising 'The Mayer-Schairer Co. Printers, Binders, Office Outfitters, Engravers, Stationers We Page 292

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Now Manufacture Rubber Stamps Telephone 4515 112 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' in black letters on a blue background. O 1998.001.20.1-3-Suit Good OK Child's, small blue and burgundy plaid wool. Note with it read 'made for Francis Lee Dewey Goodrich in Ypsilanti about 1880, lace collar worn with it, presented to WHS by person for whom it was made Sept. 1949.' The suit consists of jacket (.1) and kilt skirt (.2) of wool and lace collar (.3). There is an extra piece of the wool fabric (.4). O 65.02.5-Stocking Fair OK Pair, tan. Note with them read 'stockings knit by Julia M. Licke about the middle of 19th C.' O W.75.431-Suit, Bathing Wool, green, Jantzen diver emblem on front. O W75.473-Cape Fair OK Brown velvet, hook and eye closure, ribbon, beaded tassels and fringe, bow in back. O 40-30-Cape Black silk, black lace overlay, fringe around bottom and over shoulders. O 89.12.3-Romper Pink with white collar O 86.02.06b-Glove Pair, full arm length white kid, three pearl buttons at wrist. O W75.433.6-Undershirt Baby, white cotton, sleeveless, lace around neck and arm holes. O W75.433.3-Bib Quilted cotton with coton lining, lace around outer edge. O W75.433.4-Bib Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Good OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 11 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 13 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 House by the Side of the Road Mrs. J.J. Walsh Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 10 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 12

Affa Licke Curtis

Katherine Groomes

Benford, Betty & Harry

?Agnes Spokes Harris

?Agnes Spokes Harris

?Agnes Spokes Harris

White cotton with satin stitch design and word 'Baby', eyelet around outer edge, cotton lining. O W75.433.5-Binder White cotton strip of cloth 5" x 17" for binding baby's belly. Fair OK

?Agnes Spokes Harris

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ObjectID# / Objname O 77.09.02-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14

Source John F. Hall

Baby's, lightweight white cotton, crocheted inset around bottom and neck, bottom front hand embroidered satin stitch leaves and flowers, tatted picot lace around neck and sleeves, edge-stitched scalloped hem, long sleeves. O 77.09.03-Dress Fair OK Baby's, lightweight white cotton, three strips lace front top, lace around neck and sleeves, long sleeves. O 77.09.04-Dress Fair OK

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

Baby's, lightweight white cotton, front panel inset with embroidered flowers and leaves, lace around neck and sleeves, band of eyelet at bottom, long sleeves. O 77.09.05-Petticoat Fair OK Baby's, lightweight white cotton, lace around neck and armholes, button opening at one shoulder, lace around bottom and about 2" from bottom, tiny embroidery around waist and two lines down front from waist. O 77.09.06-Dress Fair OK Baby's, white dimity, pleated top front and back, lace around neck, sleeves and extending down top crease of sleeve, long sleeves. O 77.09.07-Bunting Fair OK Baby's, white flannel, three button front, bottom buttons closed, embroidered leaf pattern around neck and opening and sleeve cuff, long sleeves. O 77.09.08-Petticoat Fair OK Baby's, white cotton top with lace around armholes and neck, flannel skirt with satin-stitched scalloped hem and eyelets. O 77.09.09-Sack Baby's, pink flannel, silk lining, embroidered leaf pattern around edges. O 77.09.10-Petticoat Child's, white cotton, eyelet around neck, armholes and hem, button shoulder. O 77.09.11-Dress Baby's, white cotton, lace at neck and sleeves O 77.09.12-Petticoat Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

Baby's, white cotton, long, shirred at waist, lace around neck, armholes and bottom, side and one shoulder closure, embroidered leaf pattern at hem seam 3" up from bottom. O 77.09.13-Dress Fair OK Baby's, white cotton, lace at neck and sleeves, tiny emboridery around neck and sleeves. O 77.09.14-Petticoat Fair OK

John F. Hall

John F. Hall

Baby's, white, long, cotton top, flannel bottom, shirred at waist, tiny picot around neck line and armholes, 1" Page 294

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crocheted lace around bottom, embroiderty at hem line 3" up. O 77.04.7.2-Dress Fair OK Baby's, white organza, tuck pleats down front and across bodice, lace around neck and sleeves, lace inset 1" above hem, vertical lace strip inset down front. O 77.04.7.3-Bonnet Baby's, white cotton, lace around edge, silk embroidery. O 77.04.7.4-Dress Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 14 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 16 Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Baby's, white cotton, lace inset in bodice, lace around neck, sleeves and bottom, alternating lace strips and embroidered cotton strips around bottom. O 77.04.7.5-Dress Fair OK Baby's, white cotton, lace around neck and sleeves, embroidery on bodice and around cuff. O 77.04.7.6-Pinafore Fair OK

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Baby's, white checked organza, stitched, lace around bottom, lace insets in skirt, top and straps of 3/4" embroidered trim with pink ribbon thru it. O 77.04.7.7-Pinafore Baby's, white checked cotton, lace around ruffled edge. O 77.04.7.8-Shirt Fair OK Fair OK

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Mrs. Richard Earhart

Baby's, flannel with satin stitch flowers and leaves and hemstitch around scalloped edge, ties at front and under arms. O 88.02.2-Hat Small, black cotton knit with red line at top O 88.02.3-Cape Navy blue velvet, short, lace over velvet collar, braid trim, quilted lining. O 88.02.4.2-Petticoat Black O 88.02.4.3-Coat Black silk, lined with red, white and blue silk, one metal button with flowers O 88.02.4.4-Stocking Pair, black cotton knit, red lines at top. Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Frieda Fiegel Eder

Frieda Fiegel Eder

Frieda Fiegel Eder

Frieda Fiegel Eder

Frieda Fiegel Eder

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ObjectID# / Objname O 38-118.02-Bonnet

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17

Source Byron Finney estate

Lightweight cotton, picot lace around edges, embroidered flowers on brim and in back. O 38-118.03-Bonnet Lace with two inset panels O 38-118.04-Bonnet Fair OK Fair OK

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Dotted swiss net, plain ruffle around brim, bottom and strip at side of head, lace inset on top. O 38-118.05-Bonnet Dotted swiss net with picot edging. O 38-118.06-Bonnet Dotted swiss net with 1" lace brim and bottom, open work in lace inset on back. O 38-118.07-Bonnet Openwork lace, lace edge around brim. O 38-118.08-Bonnet Lace, discolored O 52.6.1.02-Collar Embroidered cutwork lace, 1.75" W, scalloped edge. O 52.6.1.03-Collar Satin stitched floral design on organza, 3" W. O 52.6.1.04-Collar Embroidered flowers, leaves and stems on white cotton, high neck, 2" W O 52.6.1.05-Collar Lace inset on organza, 4.5" W at center, 6" W at corners. O 52.6.1.06-Collar Cutwork and satin stitch floral design over white cotton, scalloped edge, 4"W O 52.6.1.07-Collar Floral design over white cotton, 2.25"W Page 296 Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

ObjectID# / Objname O 52.6.1.08-Cuff

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17

Source May & Francis Goodrich

Pair, embroidered leaves and stems on organza, 3"W O 52.6.1.09-Cuff Fair OK

May & Francis Goodrich

Pair, satin stitch and cutwork inset, unfinished edge ? removed from clothing, 2"W O 52.6.1.10-Bonnet White cotton, lace around brim and edge O 52.6.1.11-Bonnet Fair OK Fair OK

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

Ruffled edge. Note reads 'cap made by Emily Goodrich when she was 14 years old for Edward Matt Goodrich, her brother, when he was born in 1813.' O 52.6.1.12-Bonnet Hand embroidered, satin stitch design O 52.6.1.13-Bonnet Organza with hand embroidered strips, some filet to look like lace. O 52.6.1.14-Bonnet White cotton, stitched in basketweave pattern O 52.6.1.15-Undersleeve Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

May & Francis Goodrich

One only. White cotton, cutwork in shirred section at elbow and along bottom. Note reads 'undersleeve May J. Dowd after one owned by Mary Woodford Heacox.' O 52.6.1.16-Material Fair OK Organza, embroidered satin stitch flowers in corners and row of daisies near edge, lace around, square. Purpose unknown--may have been table cover. Note reads 'Auntie May' on one side and 'Warner-Perkins very old' on other. O 52.6.1.17-Material Fair OK Small piece, probably removed from blouse, has attached satin stitich embroidered and eyelet piece. O 86.02.15b-Cap U.S. Army overseas cap O 65.02.2-Pillowcase Long and narrow, marked 'AL' and 'IS' in cross stitch. Fair OK Fair OK

May & Francis Goodrich

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 17 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 20 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24

May & Francis Goodrich

Benford, Betty & Harry

Affa Licke Curtis

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ObjectID# / Objname O 65.02.3-Towel, Face

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 24 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 26

Source Affa Licke Curtis

Rectangular, handwoven, marked 'AL' in cross stitch. O 65.02.4-Towel, Face Fair OK

Affa Licke Curtis

Rectangular, handwoven. Note reads 'spun and woven by Rhoda Allen before her marriage to Thomas Licke. Rhoda born Feb. 14, 1764, died Feb. 19, 1838 (Howden Conn.), married Thomas Licke Jan. 1, 1787.' O W75.510.2-Gown, Wedding Poor OK Lace over silk, long, sleeves have rows of 2" lace sewn to silk, front--lace, hign neck with separate X of lace over silk with medallion sewn on, hook and eye closure up back with over section snapped on top, lace over skirt--contains strips of open work and applied medallions, large open work section at bottom with 2" lace around bottom. Silk lining. Two dresses with same number ??which is the wedding dress of Mary Hiscock O 1999.001.07.1-Vest Fair Found in Gray and white strip front, white back, pearlized buttons. Found inside coat 99.1.7.2 O 1999.001.07.2-Coat Fair Found in

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 30 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 30 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 35 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 40 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 42 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 43

Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the year 1999 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the year 1999 Reserved for items found in the collection Collins, Max

Black wool, tails. Note reads 'This was Dad's coat to his High School graduation suit. Ha! 1895.' O 2002.001.24-Pendant Good OK

Green and white band, green lining with red cross, large medallion with red velvet cross with words 'in hoc signo vinces.' Part of Knight's Templar regalia. O 86.03.66e-Veil Black O 86.03.57a-Collar Black on black, embroidered O 86.03.77-Tie, Bow White, clip-on with neck bands O 86.03.76-Bow Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Collins, Max

Blue satin with pink rose center and lace trim, two tassels, pins on with safety pin, wedding O W75.459.06b-Drawers White cotton, blue ribbon O W75.459.06c-Drawers White cotton, alternating diagonal tucked pleats and puffed sections on legs Page 298 Fair OK Fair OK

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

Mrs. Albert Fiegel

ObjectID# / Objname O W75.524-Jacket

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 45

Source

Child's, black velvet, small gold buttons, unfinished edges on sleeves and bottom, brown lining O W75.397-Flagpole For Michgan state troops flag O 1995.001.1-Bunting Red, white and blue stripes O 78.01.11-Bloomers Fair OK Good OK Fair OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 47 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 48 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves Elizabeth Stern Conn

White cotton, floral painted, lace at bottom of legs, 'Blanche' embroidered on front waistband, embroidered design above lace O 78.01.05.2-Dress Fair OK White cotton, tuck pleated bodice with lace upper sections, sleeves cotton with lace upper, 8" lace around bottom. Note reads 'crocheted with thread and rickrack for 4 yr. old'. O 78.01.05.4-Dress Net. Note reads '2 yrs old'. O 78.01.05.5-Dress Crocheted with cotton inset in skirt. Note reads '4 yrs old'. O 1998.001.11-Parasol, Doll Blue silk, tan handle O 1998.001.10-Parasol, Doll Tan silk, tan handle O 1998.001.12-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, straw, flowers, hat pin with black bead top. O 1998.001.13-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, straw, red-purple rim and flowers. O 1998.001.19-Quilt Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Elizabeth Stern Conn

Elizabeth Stern Conn

Elizabeth Stern Conn

Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection

Doll bed quilt, cotton, 6 4-patches in brown and tan plaids and prints, center and side strips white with tan design, pink and white outer border, white backing and pink and white binding, quilted on diagonal. O 1998.001.01-Doll Fair OK Bisque head with moveable eyes, wooden arms and legs, in blue knit dress and hat, blond wig loose, marks on back 'SPEZ/AL' and star with 'PR' inside, S on left, H on right, and three circles beneath. Page 299 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50

ObjectID# / Objname O 1998.001.02-Doll

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 50

Source Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection

Bisque head and hands, sleep eyes, blond hair, legs in black stockings and shoes, tan dress. Note read 'given by Edna Wiers Townsend (Mrs. Richard E.) mother Florence Hill Wiers bought bisque head and hands and made rest of doll and clothing about 1900.' O 1998.001.07-Doll China, 'Betty Boop', articulated arms and legs, in pink dress O 1998.001.08-Doll Fair OK Fair OK

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Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Ethelyn Morton estate

Porcelain head with painted hair, kid legs, leather shoes, no arms, in blue and white checked dress O 1998.001.03-Doll Fair OK

Bisque head, moveable, wooden hands and legs, light brown hair, marked on back '390 A4H Maelein Co.', in pink dress O 1998.001.05-Doll Fair OK China head with painted hair and shoulders with molded collar and bow, kid body, in black dress with pink sleeves. O 1998.001.06-Doll Fair OK China head with sleep eyes, articulated arms and legs, marked on back 'A9H 390 Maelein Co.', in blue dress O 1998.001.14-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, black velvet pill box O 1998.001.15-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, black silk with black net over, pink flower pin O 1998.001.16-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, fuschia silk O 1998.001.17-Clothes, Doll Doll hat, straw O 85.09-Doll Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

Bisque head with moveable eyes, articulated hands, black-brown hair, marked '570 Armand', in pink satin dress, blue jacket. O 90.11.04b-Cape Black lace with hook at top, small capelet. Fair OK

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ObjectID# / Objname O 90.11.15.3-Dress

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 57 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 62 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 62 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 62 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 63 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box-Toys MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box

Source Groves, Elizabeth

Baby, pink, white yoke and bottom edge, pink flowers embroidered on white. O 90.11.15.2-Dress Fair OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Baby, white cotton, embroidered flowers, lace around neck, sleeves and bottom, needlework scalloped bottom. O 90.11.15.4-Dress Fair OK

Groves, Elizabeth

Child's, sheer cotton, white bodice with pink skirt and white hem, embroidered flowers on white section, sleeveless, lace around armholes, matching pink shorts. Size 3 years. O 69.003.1-Dress Fair OK White lightweight cotton with red bows, drop front waist, short cuffed sleeves, large shawl collar with ruffle around, double ruffle 3" above hem. O 69.003.2-Dress Fair OK White summer organza, three tiers of ruffles at bottom, sleeveless, strapped, material flower at waist. O 69.003.3-Costume, Dance Fair OK

Mrs. Henry Platt

Mrs. Henry Platt

Mrs. Henry Platt

Ecru silk with double silk crepe over skirt, silk ribbon flowers with streamers at waist, ribbon straps. O 45-009-Bedspread Fair OK

Walter Hiscock

Jacquard weave in blue, red, white and gold, 'Gabriel Rausher 1855' woven in two corners. O 1998.001.09-Jack, Jumping Wooden, handpainted, gray, jointed Fair OK

Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection

O 1998.001.18a-k-Block

Fair

OK

Set of blocks consisting of ten cubes and one arch. a-e measure 1.25", f-g measure 1 5/8"m, arch (k) measures 3"W x 1.5" H x 5/8"D O 86.01.3-Fife Dark wood, metal end Good OK

Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection

O 80.5-Camera, Box

Good

OK

Argus super 75 with flash attachment. Argus Coated Lumor 65 mm. f/8 lens. Brown case. O 87.08.1-Camera Argus RLS anastigmat f4.5. It is black metal and silver with removable lens Page 301 Good OK

ObjectID# / Objname O 85.01-Equipment, Photographic

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box

Source

Argus automatic slide changer. 2.5" x 5" x 2.5" aluminum with 4.5" extension off one side, red pull knob. In box with blue and yellow cover. O 87.12.1-Equipment, Fair OK Photographic Argus 75 portrait album kit no. 334. There is a brown metal box camera, Argus lumor 75mm lens, measuring 3.25"x4.5"x3" with a brown strap. Also included are an instruction book, brown plastic 4.75"x4.25" photo album, separate flash attachment with a 3.5" diameter reflector on a 5.5"Lx1.5"diameter handle, portrait lens. They are all in a blue-green box with a brown bottom. The box indicates that the kit also comes with bulbs which are missing. The box has molded spots indicating other things are also missing--probably film, batteries and a case. O 2002.001.21-Painting Fair OK Painting of cows standing in a stream. Mounted in a 24" x 18" gold-painted frame. O 2002.001.20-Painting Poor OK

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Painting of a river scene on wood. 'Dexter' is marked across it. The painting is in a 29"x25.5" frame of multiple elaborate moldings. O X5.0001-Painting Poor OK Oil portrait of a man, Judge Kingsley. Note reads 'painted by Katie J. Rogers in 1879 from a photograph, Kingsley died in 187(0 or 8)' O X5.0002-Painting Poor OK Oil portrait of an unknown man wearing glasses. Note on back reads 'painted by B.B. Morgan, Dec. 6, 1879'. O X5.0004-Picture Tinted picture from an 1864 fashion book, framed. O X5.0006-Picture Fair OK Fair OK

Black and white drawing of head and shoulders of a man with curly gray hair, beard and mustache. The picture is signed 'Ola Mae Lawson March 1899' on the front. The picture is in a 19.5" x 23.5" ornate gilded frame. There may have been a second frame at one time. 'Grandfather Spokes' is written on the back in pencil. O 80.3-Frame, Picture Large very ornate, gilded, 19.5" x 23.5" x 3"D opening. O 2002.001.22-Painting Fair OK Fair OK

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Oil painting of a small child in a white dress, one hand tucked in shirt, other hand holding a wilted flower. A tag on the wrapping read 'Charles Mills b. 1860, d. 1863 son of Addison P. Mills (1828-1912) & Louisa Wilson Mills (1842-1860) of Ann Arbor, Mich. Louisa died at the birth. Presented to WCHS by Judge Ross W. Campbell, great grandson of Addison P. Mills.' The picture is in a oval frame. O X5.0008-Drawing Fair OK Charcoal drawing of a man. The picture is in a 27.5" x 32.5" gold painted gesso over pine frame with carved Page 302

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ObjectID# / Objname

Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

leaves and nuts, very decorative. No backing. O X5.0009-Box, Shadow Fair OK Plain pine shadow box with the silver plate from a casket mounted inside. The plate reads 'Mary Bunn Died March 7, 1887 age 52 years 9 mon.' The plate is surrounded by a rectangular white strawflower wreath, purple cloth and green leaves. A note on the back indicates that it was 'grandmothers'. O X5.0010-Picture, Hair O X5.0017-Painting Good Fair OK OK Open floral wreath made of woven hair on a white background. The wreath is in a 21.5" x 19" brown frame. Oil landscape of trees and stream. The picture is in a 11.5" x 13.5" x 1.5" wood frame paintd gold. There is an attached decorative molding of leaves and flowers. O 2002.001.12-Picture Good OK Reprint of a page of the Ann Arbor Daily News of November 22, 1930. It is in a 17.5" x 23.5" silver metal frame. O 2002.001.13-Picture Good OK Reprint of a page of the Daily Times News of December 23, 1909. It is in a 17.5" x 23.5" silver metal frame. O 2002.001.14-Picture Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/F top, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 2 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper, sect. 1 Reserved for items found in the collection Reserved for items found in the collection Reserved for items found in the collection Reserved for items found in the collection Reserved for items found in the collection Reserved for items found in the collection MOMS/metal shelves in box marked fragile

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Reprint of a series of advertisements from the Ann Arbor Times News December 23, 1924. It is in a 17.5" x 23.5" silver metal frame. O 2002.001.15-Picture Good OK Reprint of an advertisement for Dexter Aenue Hills home development from the Ann Arbor Times News December 6, 1924. It is in a 17.5" x 23.5" silver metal frame. O 2002.001.16-Montage Good OK Reprint of a montage of the banner of all the local papers in 121 years from the Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1955. It is in a 20.5" x 26.75" gold metal frame. O 2002.001.17-Picture Good OK Reprint of the front page of the Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1947, featuring a fire. It is in a 17.5" x 23.5" silver metal frame. O X5.0018-Roster Poor OK Lithograph of the Civil War roster, Co. H, 1st Regiment Union Army January 1, 1864. There is a list of battles including Gaines Hill, Malvern Hill, Bull Run. There is a list of names and status (i.e. wounded, killed, promoted. It indicates 'mustered into service August 1861 at Ann Arbor, organized July and August 1861 at Ann Arbor'. The print is in an 21.5" x 27.25" wood frame with an inner gold ring. O 38-118.09-Bonnet Lace in an open fishnet weave, no ties O 38-118.10-Bonnet Fair OK Fair OK

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Byron Finney estate

Byron Finney estate

Cap of white net layered over black net. There are several strands of black velvet chenille attached to the top. Page 303

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Condition

Status

Home location

Source

There is 2"W lace around the edge. No ties. O 92.001.7-Picture Fair OK Chromograph of children, goats and a high wheeler bicycle. It is mounted on 8" x 10" cardboard with glass over it. There is green tape around the green mat. O X5.0023-Wreath Fair OK Open wreath made of seeds. It is in a 21.75" x 25.5" x 4" black shadowbox frame with inner gold rim. O X5.0024-Sign, Traffic Good Found in MOMS moveable shelves/F upper, sect. 3 MOMS moveable shelves/E upper right MOMS moveable shelves/E bottom, sect. 1 Robbins, John

Regulation 30" red and white octagon stop sign with 'THE WAR' painted in white under the STOP. On the reverse, there is a sign in black which reads 'This sign (with it's anti-war grafitti) was at the corner of East and South University Ave. (W. Engineering) during many years of the Viet-Nam War. (Gift to the Historical Society from John Robbins Ann Arbor Transportation Dept.) O 2004.022-Sadiron Fair OK Cast iron, no handle. Rounded diamond shape with raised letters on top reading 'ASBESTOS SAD IRON'. There is an indent spot on each long side for attaching a handle. The iron measures 3.25" across the middle at it widest. O 2005.002.1-Tool Good OK Tapered 3" wide wooden roller measuring 1.5" in diameter at it widest point. The roller is attached to a steel rod handle. The handle is a 5" long loop with 2" prongs at one end to form a Y shape that hold the roller in place. 'ANDROCK' is stamped on one loop of the handle and US Pat. O 2005.002.2-Scaler, Fish Fair OK Steel. 4.25" cupped handle with 3.25" x 1.25" offset flat pointed section. The pointed sections has serrated edges bent at a 90 degree angle. On the flat pointed section there are rows of triangular holes made by bending the metal down at a 90 degree angle and leaving the metal attached to form a scraper section. There is a circular hole punched in the end of the handle. O 2005.002.3-Castanets Good OK Wooden tied together with black elastic cord. One of the wood pieces has a paper label attached that reads 'SOLIS 219 Progresso St. Havanna Made in Cuba'. The other has 'Ralph' in script written on it in ink. O 35-034a-Button Fair OK

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Loos, Linda #1

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Couture, Marilyn #1

MOMS/Large gray plastic box Couture, Marilyn #1

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Couture, Marilyn

Ellen B. Bach

Brass, Civil War, Univeristy of Michigan company. Tag attached reads 'button made for uniforms of UM boys who formed a company in 1861' on one side and 'Civil War button for UM company from Philip Bach store' on the reverse. O 2005.003.1-Tea set Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Teapot. White china with gold design on spout, gold lines on handle, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavender leaves on pot, gold line around top and bottom. No lid O 2005.003.2-Tea set Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Creamer. White china with gold design on spout, gold lines on handle, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavendar leaves on pot, gold line around top and bottom. No lid Page 304

ObjectID# / Objname O 2005.003.3-Tea set

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Creal, Robert and Patty

Sugar bowl. White china, gold lines on opposing knob handles, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavendar leaves on pot, gold line around top and bottom. No lid O 2005.003.5-Tea set Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Two cups. White china, gold lines on handle, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavendar leaves, gold line around top. O 2005.003.6-Tea set Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Three saucers. White china, allover design of orange and black blossom with gold stems and lavendar leaves, gold line around edge, cup rest section and underside plain white O 2005.003.4-Tea set Pitcher. Plain white china O 2005.003.7-Tea set Lid. Plain white china with knob handle on top. Does not fit any part of tea set. O 2005.003.8-Tea set Lid. Plain white china with knob handle on top. Does not fit any part of tea set. O 80.2-Purse White linen with steel clasp O 86.01.2-Drum With drum sticks, from Civil War O 2005.004-Bones Good OK Set of four ebony strips. Each is concave along the length and elliptical with the short side measuring 0.5" in the center of the short side tapering to the edges. O 2004.021.28.4-Link, Cuff Four, gold metal, spread-winged eagle in circle. O 2004.021.28.1-Kit, Needlework Good OK Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box/Toys MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68 Couture, Marilyn & Edward Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Radke, Mrs. Emma archival box/Handbags MOMS moveable shelves Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Creal, Robert and Patty

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Sewing supplies 16 white two-hole buttons, 0.5" diameter Scissors--blunt nosed, steel, 4" long overall Spool of thread--white cotton, 0.75" diameter x 0.5"H, one side labeled 'American Thread Co. Star Bobbin Style B', verso labeled 'US Pats 1481243-1586281-1961730 Made in U.S.A. 36' O 2004.021.28.2-Pin, Lapel Good OK Seven, 0.5" American flag on post with separate snap on guard. Red, white and blue enamel on gold. O 2004.021.28.3-Pin, Lapel Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

0.65" American flag on post with separate snap on guard. Red, white and blue enamel on gold. Page 305

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Collection

Condition

Status

Home location

Source

O 2004.021.28.5-Pin, Lapel

Good

OK

0.5" red, white and blue enamel on gold American flag on bar pin, 1.5" chain attached to left side, 42 with bar pin on back attached to other end of chain. O 2004.021.26-Bracelet Good OK Sterling silver identification bracelet, 2" bar with 'Ted Aprill' engraved on it, link chain O 2004.021.25.1-Patch, Military Good OK

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Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White silk grosgrain ground with yellow spread-winged eagle in a yellow circle embroidered in center, diamond shape O 2004.021.25.2-Patch, Military Good OK Navy blue wool ground with yellow spread-winged eagle in a yellow circle embroidered in center, diamond shape O 2004.021.30-Pin Good OK Two, swag shape gold metal bar with 'Service Bar Auto Club AAA(in circle) of Michigan' embossed on it, pin back O 2004.021.31-Pin Good OK Silver metal bar with 'Service Bar Auto Club AAA(in circle) of Michigan' embossed on one side, on pin back 'Buy school pins and rings Borkey Mfg. Co. 35 West Grand River Ave. Detroit' O 2004.021.32-Dentures False tooth, incisor, two steel pins on back O 2003.001.03.28-Pin Fair OK Good OK

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Metal, open half-wreath with letters 'A.A.H.S.' on bar across center, prongs on back for attaching O EW75.01.5a-Bookmark Metal, with University Hall on it O 2004.021.01-Uniform Good OK

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Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Navy blue wool. Shirt (a)--sailor collar with three stripes around edge, star in each corner of collar, breast pocket with slit opening on left side, button cuff with three stripes. There is another slit opening breast pocket with a button clossing on the inside right side. The buttons are plastic, two-hole with an engraved anchor. Label on the back of neck, right side of fabric hidden by collar, 'Manufactured by 'Naval Clothing Factory' Name Theophil Aprill, Jr.(in ink), Rate s/c RT'. 'APRILL' is printed in white on the back hem. Embroidered patch on left sleeve--white eagle with four white lightning bolts below and two red stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottoms, lace up gore in back, button front flap, two slit pockets, one zippered. Label 'Manufactured by 'Naval Clothing Factory' Name Theophil Aprill (in ink), Rate s 1/c RT' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is stamped in white inside each pant leg. Page 306

ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.021.02-Uniform

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68

Source Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Navy blue wool. Shirt (a)--sailor collar with three stripes around edge, star in each corner of collar, breast pocket with slit opening on left side, button cuff with three stripes. There is another slit opening breast pocket with a button clossing on the inside right side. The buttons are plastic, two-hole with an engraved anchor. Label on the back of neck, right side of fabric hidden by collar, 'Manufactured by 'Naval Clothing Factory' Name Theophil Aprill, Jr.(in ink), Rate ETM 3/a' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is printed in white on the back hem. Embroidered patch on left sleeve--white eagle with four white lightning bolts below and two red stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottoms, lace up gore in back, button front flap, two slit pockets, one zippered. Label 'Manufactured by 'Naval Clothing Factory' Name (not filled in), Rate s 1/c RT' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is stamped in white inside each pant leg. O 2004.021.03-Uniform Good OK Navy blue wool, slightly lighter weight than uniforms 1 and 2. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, breast pocket with slit opening on left side, cuff. The buttons are plastic, two-hole with an engraved anchor. There is a drawstring around the bottom of the shirt. Label on the back of neck, right side of fabric hidden by collar, 'U. S. Coast Guard Name Theophil Aprill(in ink), Rate s 1cc' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is printed in white on the back hem. Embroidered patch on left sleeve--white eagle with four white lightning bolts below and two red stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottoms, lace up gore in back, button front flap, two slit pockets, one zippered. Label 'Manufactured by 'Naval Clothing Factory' Name Theophil Aprill, Rate s/c RT' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is stamped in white inside each pant leg. O 2004.021.04-Uniform Good OK Navy blue wool, slightly lighter weight than uniforms 1 and 2. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, breast pocket with slit opening on left side, cuff. The buttons are plastic, two-hole with an engraved anchor. There is a drawstring around the bottom of the shirt. Label on the back of neck, right side of fabric hidden by collar, 'U. S. Coast Guard Name Theophil Aprill(in ink), Rate s 1/c RT A4883' + two anchors. 'APRILL' is printed in white on the back hem. Embroidered patch on left sleeve--white eagle with four white lightning bolts below and two red stripes below that. No pants. O 2004.021.06-Cap, Watch Navy blue ribbed knit. Label 'Name Theophil Aprill, Rate s/c' O 2004.021.07-Mitten, Target Good OK Shooter's wool knit mitten/glove. Each has a thumb and index finger only, rest is one section as in a mitten. Olive green O 2004.021.08-Uniform Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 68 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White cotton duck. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, embroidered patch on left sleeve--blue spread-wing eagle, lightning bolts below, two blue stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottom, button fly with five plain white buttons, two front pockets, belt loops. 'APRILL A-4883 T.A.' stamped on inside. O 2004.021.09-Uniform Good OK White cotton duck. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, embroidered patch on left sleeve--blue spread-wing eagle, lightning bolts below, two blue stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottom, button fly with five plain white buttons, two front pockets, belt loops. 'APRILL A-4883 T.A.' stamped on inside. Page 307

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Aprill, Jr., Theophil

ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.021.10-Uniform

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Source Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White cotton duck. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, embroidered patch on left sleeve--blue spread-wing eagle, lightning bolts below, two blue stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottom, button fly with five plain white buttons, two front pockets, belt loops. 'APRILL A-4883 T.A.' stamped on inside. O 2004.021.11-Uniform Good OK White cotton duck. Shirt (a)--sailor collar, embroidered patch on left sleeve--blue spread-wing eagle, lightning bolts below, two blue stripes below that. Pants (b)--bell bottom, button fly with five plain white buttons, two front pockets, belt loops. 'APRILL A-4883 T.A.' stamped on inside. O 2004.021.12-Cap, Sailor White cotton duck, outer edges stiffened to form stand-up edge. Seven O 2004.021.13-Suit, Union Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White cotton knit two-piece underwear. Shirt (a)--long sleeve, cuffs, stamped 'APRILL, T.' in black. Pants (b)--five button fly, laced open slit at back waist, narrow cuffed legs. O 2004.021.14-Suit, Union Good OK White cotton knit two-piece underwear. Shirt (a)--long sleeve, cuffs, stamped 'APRILL, T.' in black. Pants (b)--five button fly, laced open slit at back waist, narrow cuffed legs. O 2004.021.15-Buckle, Belt Two. Metal painted black, removeable so can be snapped onto any belt issured. O 2004.021.16-Belt Good OK Good OK

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White stiff webbed canvas, metal tip on one short end, unfinished on other short end for adding removeable buckle. O 2004.021.17-Puttee Good OK Two pair. Khaki canvas, grommets and metal hooks for separate laces. Thigh high. Canvas foot strap. Stamped in black '4 Gregory & Read Co. NXSX 24662 3/12/43' and 'Aprill, T.' There are five pair of laces. O 2004.021.18-Bag, Duffle Fair OK Olive green canvas with rope drawstring. 'STOKER S-7313' stamped in black ink. O 2004.021.19-Bag, Duffle Fair OK

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

White canvas, metal grommets for drawstring, carrying strap on one side and on end opposite opening. 'APRILL T' stenciled on. O 2004.021.20-Bag, Duffle Fair OK White canvas, band of grommets inside about 5" down from opening. Four cotton twill ties inside, carrying strap on bottom outside. Stamped 'APRILL, T.' in two places. O 2004.021.21-Pillowcase Good OK Four. White cotton, lightly starched. 'A-4883' stamped on all of them and 'APRILL, T.' stenciled on two of them. Page 308

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

ObjectID# / Objname O 2004.021.22-Sheet

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Source Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Three. White cotton, lightly starched, folded to form long narrow pocket with 6.5" end flap open on narrow edge, three sets of ties to tie around mattress. Stenciled 'APRILL, T. A-4883' One also stamped NXSX 75726', 'CO. 298' and 'No. 53' O 2004.021.23-Bag, Laundry Three. White cotton, drawstring. a) Measuere 15" x 31". Stenciled 'APRILL, T.' on two sides b) Measures 16" x 31.5". Stamped 'A-4883' c) Measures 16" x 32.5". Stenciled 'APRILL, T.' two times on one side. O 2004.021.24-Pendant Fair OK Service flag hung in window of family's home. Gold silk, inner red velvet band, outer blue edge with gold flocking. There is a red velvet anchor in a circle in a blue velvet square at each upper corner. The flag has 'U.S. NAVY' in red with a large gold-flocked blue star below and 'IN SERVICE' in gold-flocked blue below that. The flag is on a stick with gold finials and a gold hanging cord attached. O 2004.021.27-Hammock Good OK White canvas, grommeted along two narrow edges. 'APRILL, T.' and 'T.A.' stenciled in black O 2004.021.29.1-Rope Good OK Good OK

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 69

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

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Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Pieces of 1/8" diameter white rope. There are twelve 16"L pieces with silver metal or black plastic bands at each end. There are twenty 18"L pieces, one 132"L, one 88"L, one 25"L, one 38"L with silver metal end band. There is one 64"L piece with interspersed double silver metal bands. O 2004.021.29.2-Rope Good OK Two. 0.25" diameter pieces of rope attached to 3" diameter heavy metal ring. The ends nearest the rings are woven into a macrame-style pattern leaving long looped ends. For hanging hammock. O 2004.021.29.3-Rope One piece 3/16" diameter with gold metal ends. O 2004.021.29.4-Rope Two pieces 5/16" diameter O 2004.021.29.5-Rope One piece 0.5" diameter hemp rope with loop at one end. O 2004.021.29.7-Rope Good OK Good OK Fair OK Good OK

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Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

Aprill, Jr., Theophil

One piece 0.5" diameter hemp rope with loop at one end. It is made up of triple strands of multiple strand rope. O 2004.021.29.6-Rope Two pieces 5/8" diameter hemp rope, knotted at each end. Good OK

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Navy blue wool lined with black acetate. Brim has a leather band inside and black ribbon around outside. 'U.S. NAVY' is embroidered in gold on the ribbon. The ribbon ends form a flat bow on the left side. There is a sewn in waterproof diamond inside where the top of the head would rest. O 2004.020.1-Bag, Garment Green plastic suit bag, zippered. O 2004.020.2-Box Green cardboard with Greek key design, 'Fiegel's of Ann Arbor' on it O 2004.020.3-Box O 2004.020.4-Box White cardboard. 'Goodyears on Main Street in Ann Arbor' on it. O 38-070.01-Eyeglasses Fair OK Good Good OK OK Good OK Good OK

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Culbertson, Joann Culbertson, Joann Culbertson, Joann Culbertson, Joann Byron Finney estate

Christmas box. Blue, white, green wavy design with green and white snow flakes.

Gold plated rims and gilt wire side pieces, oval gray lenses, in leather case labeled 'B.S. Clark Optical, 416 Saginaw St., Flint, Mich.' O 38-070.02-Eyeglasses O 67.006-Eyeglasses Wood box labeled 'Silver Pine Bath Gel' contains eyeglasses. Two pair with gold frames, oval lenses Two pair with silver frames with thing wire bent earpieces, oval frames One pair with black frames with gold wir earpieces, round lenses One pair with metal frames with folded earpieces, round lenses One pair with black plastic frames, round lenses One pair with modern wire frames Two pair with broken modern plastic frames were deaccessioned. O W75.312.7-Lamp, Gas Part of a gas lamp O 2002.037.1.1-Dress Fair OK Fair OK MOMS/metal shelves/box of lamp parts MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 70 Copp, Charlotte Fair Fair OK OK MOMS/Eyeglasses box MOMS/Eyeglasses box Byron Finney estate Elsie Staef Silver metal wire frame,oval sunglasses with blue-green tinted lenses, folding earpieces, in leather case

Beige wool knit, cap sleeves, modified boat neck with center shirring, shoulder pads, side zipper opening. Upper bodice is decorated with brown plastic 1/8" beads sewn in circles. Label reads 'A Mil=Gay original'. There is a matching 1"W leather-lined fabric belt with '2214 525' stamped in the leather. O 2002.037.1.2-Hat Fair OK Head piece of beige knit wool. Quilted, band stiffened with wire and bar, stand-up front section decorated with gold sequins in a leaf pattern in four places. O 2002.037.2-Suit Fair OK Blue wool gabardine. Jacket (a)--collarless, long sleeves, left breast pocket and pocket on each side of front. The jacket is held closed with one large mother-of-pearl button. There are three mother-of-pearl buttons on Page 310

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Copp, Charlotte

Copp, Charlotte

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each sleeve. Lined with blue acetate. Label reads 'Devon-Hall by Rober Paul Taboh'. Skirt (b)--three pleats stitched halfway down the front of the skirt, side slit pockets, back zipper opening, fully lined with blue acetate. O 2002.037.3-Shoe Fair OK MOMS/Shoe box Copp, Charlotte Gray leather, open-toed, 2" heel, size 8.5M. There is a flat bow of faux alligator leather. Label inside 'Bandolino Made in Italy' O 2005.005-Dress Good OK Tan linen, scoop neck, 3/4 length sleeves, handmade lace and embroidery trim on bodice front and back, strip of lace trim horizontal around the skirt with lace and embroiderey trim above and below it, train in back. There is a matching tan linen cumberbund with lace and embroidery medallions at center waist fastening. O 2005.008.1-Program, Dance Fair OK Small booklet. Cover is tan parachment cardstock with green print '43' and Senior Prom' and drawing of graduation cap. Inside pages are one sheet folded. First side reads 'Ann Arbor High School Senior Prom Class of 1943 Tuesday, June Fifteenth Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Three, two inner leaves are headed 'Dances' and have space for twelve names, back side lists the chaperones and music by Bill Sawyer and his orchestra. The dance held at the Michigan League Ballroom and was semi-formal. There is a green silk cord with tassel attached. O 2005.008.2-Ribbon, Good OK Commemorativepinked ends. There is a drawing of a conestoga wagon and 'The Pioneers' in white inside of Purple ribbon with a circle. Printed below is 'Class of 194. 50th Reunion.' O 2005.009-Currency Fair OK Bank note issued by Bank of Saline for Five dollars. The black and white note reads 'A Safety Fund No. 1043' with 'Bank of Saline will pay to state or bearer Five Dollars on demand Saline Michigan Dec. 1st, 1837' below. It is signed W. Climalt (?) Cash. , S Finch Pres. In the upper left coner is a picture of a man shearing a sheep under a tree with a house in the background. In the upper right corner is a picture of a young woman in dress, apron and hat standing in front of a fence. There are two buckets near her feet. The number 5 enclosed in a circle surrounded by leaves and scrolls is in both the lower right and lower left corner. There is also a number 5 enclosed in a decorative medallion between the words 'Bank of' and 'Saline'. Beneath 'Bank of'' is 'Capital $100,000' and beneath 'Saline' is 'Real Estate Pledged'. There is nothing on the reverse. O W75.576.c,d-Vest Black wool (part of suit) plus a black velvet vest. O 2005.006.7-Notecard Good OK Folded ivory-colored cardstock. Black and white drawing of 'Res. of C.C. Clark' The drawing shows a two story house with side addition, barn, small building and fence. In the background is another residence. There is a horse and buggy on the road in the foreground. The picture is a reprint from an old atlas. There is no message written on it. O 2005.013.1-Compact Poor OK Circular hinged metal box. The outside top has an engraved design around the rim. On the inside of the top is a glass section which covers what appears to have been a mirror (now in fragments). There is a loose metal Page 311 MOMS moveable shelves/gray Zwinck, Marion Allmendinger document case #3 Not rated Missing MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #70 Danekind, Doris

MoMS/file drawer 3R-AAHS Diesenroth, Evelyn ephemera

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ring with an outer diameter of 1.5" which is stamped 'Apr. 24 > Aug. 14, 1917. O 2005.013.2-Bottle, Medicine Fair OK Anonymous Small, clear glass bottle with black plastic screw bottle containg an amber colored liquid. Label on bottle ' __ OF Organic Crippen Drug Store 217 No. Main St., opp. Post Office Ann Arbor, Michigan'. All of the letters are green except 'organic' which is typed onto the label1. O 2005.010.2-Booklet Fair OK Four page booklet. Cover reads 'Bimbo's Old Tyme Saloon Sing-along Song Sheet proprietor Matt "Bimbo" Chutich the friendly Yugoslav Beer Wine Pizza Peanuts.' There is a drawing of a double swinging door. The other three pages contain the words to 36 songs. All lettering and drawing in blue. O 87.14.9-Check Poor OK Partially used book of checks from an account at the Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Ann Arbor, Mich. The cover is burgundy cardstock. O W75.143.2-Jug, Whiskey Fair OK Brown glass jug with wicker casing. Note reads 'jug used as whiskey container in early days and in later years as a kerosene oil container. The oil was used in kerosene lamps. Given to the WHS by Mrs. James P. Lococo. granddaughter of' David Moore and daughter of James M. Moore. David Moore came to Superior Township in 1830'. O W75.406.1-6-Tieback Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Decorative tips. Also described as picture hangers. Two groups of three, gilded brass on steel spikes. Three are embossed gilded brass with seven-pointed stars, in pressed glass, each with small medallion inset on a foil backing in green (.1), red (.2), and black (.3). Three (.4-.6) contain foil-backed cabochon settings of red glass. O 1997.013.6-Shirt Good OK Sager, David White cotton tee shirt size L. There is a screen print on the front showing a graphic representation of a man in hat, white shirt, suit, bow tie. His hand is raised in a wave exposing a shirt cuff with diamond-shaped cuff link. There is a necktie on the right. The drawing is superimposed with a logo reading 'Fiegel's in Ann Arbor since 1891. Above the drawing is 'Fiegel's' and below the drawing is 'over 100 years of quality men's wear' in capital letters. Stamped near the right lower corner in red is 'Adrian's Screenprint'. O 1997.010.3-Token, Good OK Commemorative shaped like wooden shoes tied together with a plastic loop through holes in the sides. Small novelty pieces Shoe a. is of unfinished wood with 'Ypsilanti, Mich.' burned into one side. In ink on the bottom 'Filkins Reunion 1841 to 1941 in Superior Twp. Mich.' Shoe b. is of unfinished wood with a windmill and grass burnied over a painted on blue sky background on one side. In ink on the bottom 'Rhea L. Kuhn, filkins Reunion in superior Twp. 1841-1941' O 1997.018.1-Bandbox Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves McNamara, Irene Bandbox top only--wooden oval with paperboard edges, covered in wall paper. On the inside is a handwritten description of the Wilsey family journey from Genessee Co. New York to settle in Section 8 Pittsfield Township, Washtenaw Co. Michigan in 1831. O 89.03.1-Film Page 312 Fair OK 16 mm motion picture reel. 1940s scenes of parades, high school bands, local celebrities and other Ann Arbor MOMS moveable shelves J/camera equipment box Waggoner for Neva Rapp Wineberg, Susan MoMS/file drawer 3R-Advertising env. #4 Miller, Herman & Dorothy

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views. Also contains film of the 1939 World's Fair in New York City. O W75.632b-f-Chair, Dining Good On Loan Storage Set of five, Victorian/Gothic Revival style, crest rails and lower slats are figured mahogany veneer, crest rails have four stylized Gothic arches on lower margins above three turned spindles and lower slats, caned seats have rolled, bowed front rails above saber legs which are connected by concave slat rung in front and turned rungs behind. O 2005.016.1-Dress Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Two-piece. Top (a)-red cotton, white applique design on front and back yoke, short puff sleeves with cuffs, 2 snap back opening. Skirt (b)-red cotton, shirred waist, wrap skirt with hook and eye closing, panel of white applique down one side. From Kickapoo Indian tribe. O 2005.016.2-Dress Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Two-piece. Top (a)-blue background with green and red polka dots, made to be worn over skirt, snap front closing to waist and 3 buttons on flared section below waist, elbow length sleeves. Skirt (b)-box pleats, printed material-vertical bands of blue with green and yellow polka dots alternate with vertical bands of vertical green and red stripes. From Kiowa Indian tribe. O 2005.016.3-Belt Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney 19-2" squares of red suede overlapped, each square is trimmed with blue beads around the exposed edges, several squares have 3 silver studs set in, center square has 4 studs surrounded by blue and yellow beads connected together with strands of beads, lined with red, red leather tie with blue bead end at each end. From Cheyenne tribe. O 2005.016.4-Moccasin Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Pair, white sueded leather trimmed with pastel beads in aqua, pink, lavender and yellow, leather thong tie, baby. From Kiowa tribe. O 2005.016.5-Moccasin Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Pair, green/blue sueded leather with red, white, blue, black and aqua bead trim, leather thong tie. From Kiowa tribe. O 2005.016.6-Moccasin Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Pair, white leather with red, white, blue, aqua, yellow and green bead trim, leather thong tie. From Kiowa tribe. O 2005.016.7-Necklace O 2005.016.8-Bracelet O 2005.018.01-Box O 2005.018.02-Box Good Good Fair Fair OK OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Newman, Jan Barney Newman, Jan Barney Schneider, Betty Schneider, Betty Three strands of aqua, red, and dark opaque beads strung on leather thongs. From Cheyenne tribe. Two, one strand of aqua, red, and dark opaque beads strung on leather thongs. From Cheyenne tribe. White flat fold, thin cardboard, 'Mrs. Alban East Side Variety Store 35 E. Cross Ypsilanti' in red. For ties, white cardboard with a red slash with a sprig green holly leaves and berries across the box. A drawing of a wildman with a cane and 'Be a Wild man Wild's State St. on The Campus Ann Arbor' in red. On the inside of the top is a line drawing of Burton Tower and an eight line poem in blue. Page 313

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For necklace, white cardboard with a picture of a cut diamond and 'Eibler's Jewelers 308 S. State Arbor, Mich.' in blue. O 2005.018.04-Box Fair Flat fold white cardboard with a drawing of a woman standing by fireplace with a spinning wheel in the foreground with 'Gage Linen Shop Nickels Arcade Ann Arbor, Michigan' below--all in green. O 2005.018.05-Box Fair

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For hosiery, flat fold white cardboard with 'Smartest Hosiery Shoppe Ann Arbor' in black in the upper left corner, prong closing on reverse. O 2005.018.06-Box O 2005.018.07-Box O 2005.018.08-Box Fair Fair Fair OK OK OK Schneider, Betty Schneider, Betty Schneider, Betty For gloves, white cardboard with a drawing of a tree and 'Goodyear's on Main Street in Ann Arbor' in green. Two-piece collapsible white cardboard, top has green swirls and 'Kline's' in green in several loops. Large gift box, white cardboard with silver stripes, 'Jno. C. Fischer Co. Hardware & Home Decorating Items 221 E. Washington Ann Arbor Michigan 48108' in silver in lower right corner. O 2005.018.09-Box O 2005.018.10-Box White cardboard with 'B.E. Muehlig Ann Arbor' in a gold-rimmed sticker. O 2005.018.11-Box O 2005.020-Gown, Wedding Fair Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves Schneider, Betty Ross, Nancy White flatfold cardboard with 'B.E. Muehlig, Inc. Dry Goods 126 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, MIch.' in blue. Tan chiffon with yellow and pink cabbage roses printed on. 5" wide ecru lace panel down center of front and back, 5.5" scallop-edge lace panel around bottom and 6" wide lace panel insert around skirt, drop front waist, silk flowers on wrapped wire attached to waist line. Peach color silk crepe attached slip beneath dress. O 2005.001.01-Beater, Rug Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves handwoven with figure-eight and other interwoven designs, twist handle, wire frame O W75.587b-Scarf, Table O 2005.023.1-Fan Good Fair On Loan OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Reserved for items found in collection in 2005 Fair Fair OK OK Schneider, Betty Schneider, Betty White flatfold cardboard with 'B.E. Muehlig Ann Arbor' in a gold-rimmed sticker.

Unfinished, motifs include needlework garland, oak leaves and acorns on green satin lined cotton. Scallop-edged cardstock handscreen with picture of child in pink praying with dog besider her. Reads 'Childhood faith'. There is an 8" flat wooden handle attached by staples with 4" extending below fan. The reverse shows two tombstones and 'Arnet's Cemetery Monuments 924-936 North Main St. Office phone NOrmandy 8-8914 Ann Arbor, Michigan Authorized Dealer Stone Eternal Memorials "Keep faith with those you love".'

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Paper envelope containing seeds. One side of the packet has a border of flowers and vegetables and reads ' "Seeds With a Future" ' in red, 'Vitality Seeds' in blue and shadowed white. There are planting directions, 35 Cents, and 'One-half Pound Net Weight When Packed'. On the reverse is 'WE undonditionally GUARANTEE the vitality, description and purity of this seed to be as represented to the full amount of purchase price. However, owing to climatic and other conditions beyond our control, we cannot guarantee the crop.' in red and 'The Vitality Seed Company Ann Arbor, Michigan' in blue. a--Lima Beans Henderson's Bush (Baby Limas) #52 b--Peas Thomas Laxton #274 c--Bush Beans Tendergreen #21 O 2005.017.01-Sham, Pillow Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy White with red ruffle edge, embroidered names in red in a circle with '98' in the center and 'A' on each corner. Reverse has singatures in four blocks with others radiating to form triangles. O 2005.017.02-Sham, Pillow Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Red and white check with added white yarn embroidery designs-12 near the edge and 1 in center, reverse is plain red, 2" white lace ruffle around the edges. O 90.07.19-Trunk OK Townsend, Edna black steamer, brass fittings, brass corners, stud trim. Inside left-wardrobe for hanging clothes, blue cloth hanging cover. Inside right-four drawers with metal pull handles, blue with lighter blue lining. Initials 'KHT' on top. O 90.07.20-Trunk OK Townsend, Edna wooden, horizontal wood slats, vertical metal bands with studs, two clasps, lock and escutcheon. Inside covered with paper with decorative border, one shelf O W75.634-Stick, Swagger Walnut, turned, plain with knob end, metal band at tip O W75.635-Rack Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Hardwood, three uprights connected by a decorative chain in teepee form, brass rosettes and hooks, embossed brass caps on ball turned tops, ball feet O 2005.025-Glove Pair, crocheted fishnet lace, layers of crocheted ruffles at wrist. O 2005.027.1-Suit Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Kesling, Anne Cleveland Child's, Little Lord Fauntleroy style, navy blue velveteen. Jacket (a)--braid trim around jacket and sleeves, long sleeves, slit in back, six grosgrain covered buttons surrounded by braid trim on each side of jacket opening, lined with balck chintz. Pants (b)--knee length, braid trim around cuffs and up sides, three grosgrain covered buttons and a bow on each pant leg, pants button at sides, row of four buttons inside front waist (may have been six originally), one porcelain button (originally two) inside back waist, lined with tan cotton. O 1998.001.22-Painting Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Oil on canvas, white peonies on green ground, original stretchers. Gilt gesso frame, carved leaves with inner geometric liner. Page 315 Reserved for uncatalogued items found in the collection Good OK Ross, Nancy Thayer Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves

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Pot belly parlor stove, blackened, Albia 25 Model, wood burning O W75.637-Whatnot Good On Loan Storage

Victorian, five graduated, serpentine shelves, each have two pairs of turned supports with baluster and ring turnings and pointed finials, legs turned, medium brown color, refinished maple. O W75.638-Purse, Change Good On Loan Metal and leather with belt loop, coin medallion with two profiles and nickel-plated frame O W75.639-Rug O 2006.004-Coat Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves/Handbag box MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Panchuk, Marie

Small, pentagon shape, oriental with geometric designs, diamond design, red, black and tan, cloth Black velvet, leg of mutton sleeves with rows of shirring at armhole, covered button closure at neck and waist, Peter Pan collar with ties, ivory silk lining with flannel lining O 2005.026.1-Album, Record Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James Red/brown fabric covered album with six Edison victrola records inside. The cover has a the trademark picture of a Victrola and dog Nipper with the words ""His Masters's Voice" Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. M. de F. Marka Industrial Registrata" all in white. There are 10 sleeves for records. There is an index on the inside front cover listing 10 double sided record. Records inside do not correspond to titles on index. O 2005.026.1a-Record, Fair OK Phonograph title of piece and performer at the top, a picture of Thomas Edison in a crest left center, a Record label has crest with "This patented Record is sold by Thomas A. Edison, Inc., Orange, N.J. subject to the restrictions printed on container in which it is put out by this Company." Below are "Edison", "trademark" and his signature. Titles are: #80502-L The Wooing Hour-Serenade, Peerless Orchestra Index # 6761-C-1-1 -R In a Bird Store-Descriptive Fantasia, American Symphony Orchestra Index # 4968-C-2-4 O 2005.026.1b-Record, Fair OK Phonograph title of piece and performer at the top, a picture of Thomas Edison in a crest left center, a Record label has crest with "This patented Record is sold by Thomas A. Edison, Inc., Orange, N.J. subject to the restrictions printed on container in which it is put out by this Company." Below are "Edison", "trademark" and his signature. Titles are: Sons of Uncle Sam-Marche Militaire, Creators and his band Index # 6013-C-3-101 American Aviation March, Creators and his band Index # 5924-C-5-55 O 2005.026.1c-Record, Good OK Phonograph Record label has title of piece and performer at the top, a picture of Thomas Edison in a crest left center, a crest with "This patented Record is sold by Thomas A. Edison, Inc., Orange, N.J. subject to the restrictions printed on container in which it is put out by this Company." Below are "Edison", "trademark" and his signature. Titles are: #80550-L Schwedische Melodie, Violin Solo, Carmine Fabrizio Index # 5834-B-5-4 Page 316 MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James

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-R Berceuse, Violin Solo, Carmine Fabrizio Index # 5833-A-1-16 O 2005.026.1d-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51750-L What is "Good Morning?", Fox Trot, B. A. Rolfe and his Palais d'or Orchestra Index #10949-A-1-1 -R Reaching for the Moon, Fox Trot, B. A. Rolfe and his Palais d'or Orchestra Index #10950-A-1-4 O 2005.026.1e-Record, Poor OK Phonograph with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the White paper label Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51635-L When You See That Aunt of Mine, Fox Trot, Mike Speciale and his Hotel Carlton Terrace Orchestra Index # 10635-C-3-1 -R Bam Bam Bamy Shore, Fox Trot, Mike Speciale and his Hotel Carlton Terrace Orchestra Index # 10634-A-1-6 O 2005.026.1f-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #50923-L The Mill by the Sea, Walter Scanlan, Tenor Index # 8345-C-3-5 -R My Melancholy Baby, Walter Scanlan, Tenor Index # 3387-C-4-3 O 2005.026.2-Album, Record Poor OK MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James Red/brown fabric covered album with nine Edison victrola records inside. The cover has a the trademark picture of a Victrola and dog Nipper with the words ""His Masters's Voice" Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. M. de F. Marka Industrial Registrata" all in white. There are 10 sleeves for records. There is an index on the inside front cover listing 6 double sided record. Records inside do not correspond to titles on index. O 2005.026.2a-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #50228-L My Father Watches Over Me, Homer Rodeheaver Index #3494-B-7-7 -R Mother's Prayers Have Followed Me, Homer Rodeheaver Index #3493-B-L-3(62) O 2005.026.2b-Record, Good OK Phonograph with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the White paper label Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #50637-L Make That Trombone Laugh, Fox Trot, Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra Index #7102-A-3-7 -R Dardanella, Fox Trot, Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra Index #7107A-2-3 O 2005.026.2c-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51685-L I Dare Not Love You Intro: "Twilight Voices", Fox Trot, Irving Aaronson's Crusaders Index #10783-A-1-4 Page 317 MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James

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-R Don't Wake Me Up (Let Me Dream), Fox Trot, Irving Aaronson's Crusaders Index #10782-A-1-5 O 2005.026.2d-Record, Good OK Phonograph with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the White paper label Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51059-L Mammy Blossom's 'Possum Party, Collins and Harlan Index #5697-B-4-1 -R Now Wouldn't You Like To Know? Collins and Harlan Index #8596-B-4-2 O 2005.026.2e-Record, Good OK Phonograph with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the White paper label Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51155-L Old King Tut, Billy Jones and Ernest Hare Index #8929-A-3-[2-2] -R Barney Google, Billy Jones and Ernest Hare Index #8923-B2-5 [2-1] O 2005.026.2f-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51736-L That Certain Feeling, Fox Trot, Tennessee Happy Boys Index #10933-A-3-3 -R Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again, Fox Trot, Tennessee Happy Boys Index #10932-B-1-5 O 2005.026.2g-Record, Good OK Phonograph with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the White paper label Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51816-L Put Your Arms Where They Belong (For They Belong To Me), Vocal Duet, The Ponce Sisters Index #11164-B-1-1 -R Someone is Losin' Susan, Vocal Duet, The Ponce Sisters Index #11163-C-1-1 O 2005.026.2h-Record, Good OK Phonograph White paper label with checkerboard border--"Edison Record" at top, Edison signature over "A product of the Edison Laboratories left center, picture of Edison right center, title and performer at bottom. Titles are: #51645-L Pretty Little Baby, Fox Trot, Phil Baker's Bad Boys Index #10653-B-3-5 -R How Can You Look So Good (And Still Be So Dog-Gone Bad), Fox Trot, Phil Baker's Bad Boys Index #10652-A-1-5 O 2005.026.2i-Record, Good Phonograph Plain brown paper label with titles handwritten in pencil and number stamped on. Titles are: #50766-L High School Cadet's March Index #1276-G-2-7 -R Des Clocke de St. Nealo Index #7306-G-B-1 O 2005.021.1-Box, Storage Good OK MOMS Muthig, Wesley Metal slide box, brown with front clasp and wire rod handle. There are three rows of slots, 49 slots each. Paper label inside "Faultless Model 225 Bernard Products Co. Chicago-10-U.S.A. Box contains 102 2"x2" glass slides (itemized under photos as 2005.21.1.1-102. O 2006.003.5-Handkerchief Good OK Wineberg, Susan White cotton with blue blanket stitched edges. A map of Ann Arbor is printed in blue on one side. The map extends from Stadium Blvd. at the bottom, the railroad tracks and a small area beyond at the left, Lower Town at the top and the Arboretum at the right. There is a block M in the upper left corner, books, feathers, a lamp Page 318 OK MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James MOMS moveable shelves Peters, James

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and football players in the lower left corner and the University of Michigan seal in between. The lower right corner reads 'City of Ann Arbor Michigan'. Burton Tower is in the upper right corner as well as Island Park and the beach on the Huron River. O 2005.017.03-Bustle Three large cloth covered coins with additional coils attached to a frame O 2005.017.04.1-Hoop Wire coils with cloth harness O 2005.017.04.2-Hoop Wire coils with cloth harness, child's O 2005.015.1-Coat Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Panchuk, Marie and Helen I. Black velvet, handmade, foldover collar extends to lapels and down front, 3/4 length sleeves, white silk lining with flannel backing O 2005.015.2-Cape O 2005.017.05a-Hat Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Panchuk, Marie and Helen I. Johnson, Trudy Black velvet, handmade, puffy rolled double-fabric collar, shirred yoke, ties, white silk lining White silk with grosgrain ribbon and bow, black velvet rim, derby, lined with black cotton. There is a large silver metal hat pin attached. O 2005.017.05b-Box Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy For hat, cardboard, yellow with white hats, center gold medallion has a crest over ribbons with beaver on the left and winged bird on right and 'Born in America 1865-1965 Stetson Worn around the World'. O 2005.017.06-Cap White dimity with satin stitch embroidery, holes around edge for ribbon O 2005.017.07-Cap Striped pink and white silk with flowers in wide pink area, lace trim, handmade O 2005.017.08-Petticoat Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy White cotton, drawstring waist, 13" over ruffle with tucks and cutwork insets. Name 'Harriet Lathers' on it (used by third daughter who wore it in a celebration in Dexter) O 2005.017.09-Scarf, Table Black silk, fringe at one end O 2005.017.10a-d-Dress Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Black lace. Dress (a), flapper style, unfinished at shoulders, gathered section of material at waist on left side. Also capelet or shoulder cover (b), 11" long lace tube (c) which may be sleeve, two rectangular pieces of matching lace (d) O 2005.017.11.1-Lace Fragment Black lace, open weave, floral, roughly triangular shape O 2005.017.11.2-Lace Fragment Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Black lace, scalloped edge, floral and leaf design, seamed, ??from bottom of a dress Page 319 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Fair OK Johnson, Trudy

ObjectID# / Objname O 2005.017.12-Cloth Fragment

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Condition Good Good

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Black fringe, 3/8" band with 4/5" fringe attached. May be from 2005.9 O 2005.017.13-Ribbon Black, elongated checkerboard weave with picot edge, several pieces sewn together to form belt or harness, hook part of hook & eye at one junction O 2005.017.14.1-3-Belt Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Navy blue belt or sash 2.5"W with two multicolored plastic buckles with two 35"L and two 13.5"L strips 1"W attached plus two unattached 23.5"L strips. All trimed with multicolor (green, blue, red, yellow) variegated thread chain stitch O 2005.017.15.1-Pouch Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Folding cardboard case for collar and cuff sets. Cover--white silk ground with holly leaves and berries, two pieces joined by crocheted hinge. Inside--white silk, white silk ribbon bands to hold collar and cuffs. Two green silk ribbon ties. O 2005.017.15.2, 3ab-Set, Collar Good OK & Cuff net and dimity with center lace insert, lace edge. Collar appears to be two cuff pieces attached to a Alternating band. Inside case 2005.17.15.1 O 2005.017.16.1-Pouch O 2005.017.16.2-Collar Starched cotton with embroidery trim. Inside case 2007.17.16.1 O 2005.017.16.3-Collar Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Starched white lightweight cotton with machine embroidery cutwork. Inside case 2007.17.16.1 O 2005.017.16.4, 5ab-Set, Collar Good & Cuff Starched white lightweight cotton with machine embroidery cutwork. Inside case 2007.17.16.1 Good Good OK OK Folding cardboard case for collar and cuff sets. Shaded red silk, red ribbon ties, attached red ribbon hinge MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy

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O 2005.017.16.6, 7ab-Set, Collar Good OK & Cuff Starched white linen with three parallel rows of feather stitch in green, red, blue respectively. Inside case 2007.17.16.1 O 2005.017.17-Cloth Fragment Good OK Tan background with red/brown and green stripes each outlined in black, geometric red and green design, hand sewn together at narrow ends to form large loop O 2005.017.18.01-Lace Fragment White, two pieces, circle pattern, scalloped band on one edge O 2005.017.18.02-Lace Fragment O 2005.017.18.03-Lace Fragment White bobbin lace Page 320 Good Good OK OK Good OK

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White, net ruffle with green and pink feather stitch and pink and blue zigzag, attached to ribbon

ObjectID# / Objname O 2005.017.18.04-Lace Fragment

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Status OK OK OK OK

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White, flower and swirl design, arced at one edge O 2005.017.18.05-Lace Fragment White organdy, satin stitch and cutwork leaves along one long edge, starched O 2005.017.18.06-Lace Fragment O 2005.017.18.07-Lace Fragment White lightweight cotton, satin stitch flowers, cutwork border, row of leaves between, scalloped edge White, 2.5" strip of doubled cotton material with 1" scalloped edge band of crocheted lace alone one long edge. One section of lace not attached to material. Evidence that lace was also along other long edge. O 2005.017.18.08-Lace Fragment Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy White, 2.5" strip of white cotton with row of 0.5" bobbin lace along one long edge. Probably for making a ruffle O 2005.017.18.09-Lace Fragment White, roll of crocheted lace O 2005.017.18.10-Lace Fragment O 2005.017.18.11-Lace Fragment O 2005.017.18.12-Lace Fragment O 2005.017.18.13-Lace Fragment White cotton with row of machine made cutwork edge O 2005.017.18.14-Lace Fragment White net with embroidered scalloped edge, machine made O 2005.017.18.15-Lace Fragment White net with embroidered flowers, one edge scalloped, machine made O 2005.017.18.16-Lace Fragment Black, flowers and swag through hearts design, scalloped edge O 2005.017.18.17-Lace Fragment Black, flowers and scalloped border O 2005.017.18.18-Lace Fragment Black, open dots, one edge of pointed leaves O 2005.017.19-Cape O 2005.017.20-Ribbon Two pieces, black velvet. Page 321 Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Pink fleece with collar and hood, white silk lining, white silk ties, hook and eye closure at neck, child's Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Good Good Good Good OK OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy White cotton with machine made cutwork, scalloped edge, for edging pillowcase or ruffle White lightweight cotton with machine embroidered flowers and scalloped edge, two pieces White lightweight cotton with row of machine embroidered flowers down the center, two pieces Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy

ObjectID# / Objname O 2005.017.21-Quilt

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Baby, white muslin with pink cotton backing, backing folds to front white muslin to create a pink border. There are 10 pink birds appliqued with blanket stitch and highlighted with chain stitching. Birds include swan, turkey, heron, peacock, quail, chicken, duck, loon. There is no batting between the layers. O 2005.017.22-Ribbon Band of white with blue embroidery O 2005.017.23-Jabot Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Pink silk with white edge, trim of white stitching on pink and black beads on white edging, neck piece stiffened and lined with white. O 2005.017.24-Collar O 2005.017.25-Cloth Fragment Fair Fair OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Shirred ivory silk with lace trim, two sections of netting with fine ribbon trim, stiffened and lined Piece of navy blue velvet, row of stiffening between velvet and lining at lower edge, lined with black polished cotton, probably from bottom of a skirt. O 2005.017.26-Collar O 2005.017.27-Blouse Fair Fair OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Navy blue velvet, two styles of barid trim, one overlayed on the other, hook and eye joining, detachable White with eyelet and lace center placque with shirred lace center trim, cutwork and lace section on sleeves, lace around neck and sleeves, added waist flounce of crochet trim and eyelet. O 2005.017.28-Jabot O 2005.017.29-Petticoat Fair Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy White, hanging ruffle section only, pleated and starched material with cutwork embroidery and lace edge White cotton, lace insets and two lace ruffles, 'EFG' in black on waistband, probably originally hook and eye closure O 2005.017.30-Petticoat O 2005.017.31-Petticoat O 2005.017.32-Petticoat O 2005.017.33-Petticoat O 2005.017.34-Petticoat Fair Good Fair Good Fair OK OK OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Trudy White cotton, 16" overlay of lace insets and tucks at bottom, hook and eye closure White cotton, 11.5" ruffle with tucks and cutwork trim, drawstring waist, 'E' on waistband White cotton, tucks, added 2.75" ruffle with cutwork embroidery and scalloped edge, drawstring waist White cotton, cutwork inset and 7.5" bottom ruffle with pointed cutwork edge, drawstring waist White cotton, 10.5" added ruffle with alternating rows of cutwork and pleats, pleats above ruffle, shirred drop waist, button closure O 2005.017.35-Nightgown Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy White cotton, cutwork and vertical pleat neck placque, ruffle around neck and armholes, crocheted picot trim Page 322 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Johnson, Trudy

ObjectID# / Objname O 2005.017.36-Waist O 2005.017.37.1,2-Drawers O 2005.017.38-Lace Fragment two pieces of black horsehair O 2005.017.39-Needle, Knitting pair, plastic O 2005.017.40-Needle, Knitting pair, wood with copper end O 2005.017.41-Button O 2006.008-Plate, Commemorative

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Status OK OK OK OK OK OK OK

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White linen, front overlap, button front, satin stitch around all edges, 3/4 length sleeves White knit cuffed longjohns, three-button opening, two-hole string closure at back, two pair

two, small covered with ecru crocheted thread, sewn on a button card marked 'Novelty' White procelain with transfer print of orchestra in center and transfer pictures of french horn, violine, reed instruments, conductor and kettle drum around edges. "Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra 75th Anniversary 1928-2003" also around the edge. On the reverse is a list of the 2003-2004 Board of Directors. The plate was commissioned by Jim and Millie Irwin, April 2004. Plate illustration and design by Katherine Larson O 2006.009.1-Highchair Bent wood with three turned spokes, turned legs and stringers, attached tray O 2006.009.2-Typewriter, Manual O 2006.011.1-Spoon, Dessert Fair Good OK OK MOMS Robert Greenough Wide carriage, metal body, round 'fingertip' keys, Royal, model and patent information unreadable Sterling silver, handle embossed with flowers and acanthus leaves, handle end has an open space for engraving on both sides. The front is blank and the reverse is engraved 'Grandma 1894'. The bowl is engraved 'Ann Arbor'. The reverse is marked 'Sterling' and 'W' O 2006.011.2-Spoon, Dessert Good OK Sterling silver, handle embossed with flowers, handle end has an open space for engraving on both sides. The front is engraved 'Ida' and the reverse is engraved '1906'. The bowl is engraved with wheat and 'Ann Arbor'. The reverse is marked 'Sterling' and 'W. Arnold' O 2006.011.3-Spoon, Demitasse Good OK Sterling silver, handle is plain with an attached University of Michigan seal. The reverse is marked 'Sterling' and an unreadable mark. O 2006.011.4-Cup Good OK Lower section of clear pressesd glass in diamond pattern, upper section of ruby glass with 'Ann Arbor' engraved opposite handle, attached plain handle is clear glass O 2006.011.5-Tile Good OK Hexagonal ceramic, blue clay with raised white profile of Abraham Lincoln facing right, imitation of Wedgwood cameo ware, marked on verso 'Mosaic Tile Co., Lincoln Hotel, Ann Arbor, Mich.' Page 323 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Griffin, Earnest # Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Robert Greenough

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ObjectID# / Objname O W75.640-Parasol O W75.401-Inkwell O 2006.016.1-Fan, Electric

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White cotton with black stripes, bamboo handle withcrooked end, pompom tasssle attached to top finial Pressed glass, star base and two rows of impressed beveled diamonds. Lid missing. Hannahs, Eugene & Agnes Side to side oscillating, black metal with green felt on bottom of base, wire protective cover over blades, plate on motor indicates 'Westinghouse 100 120 volts cycles:60 style 315745 Serial #: 6002906. Original cord replaced with white cord. O 2006.016.2-Camera Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Hannahs, Eugene & Agnes Kodak, "No. 1-A Kodak Jr. Model A Canadian Kodak Co. Serial #: 13932", leather bellows, black leather case O 2006.014-Quilt Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Cole, Sandra Horizontal strip quilt, 8 rows 5" to 5.75" pieced strips alternating with 7 rows of 2.25" to 2.75" black strips, seams decorated with feather stitch, pieced on muslin foundation with cotton batting between, backing is brown silk which extends to front to form border which varies from 1.5" across the top, 2" across the bottom, 2.5" along one side, 2.25" along opposite side. Unquilted except to secure border to top. Pieced strips are of varying fabrics and colors--silk and velvet predominate O 2006.019.1-Carton Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Wineberg, Susan Cardboard carton , contained lard. Container reads: in black 'Net weight 2 lbs. Steeb Bros. Pure home rendered Packed by Steeb Bros., Ann Arbor, Mich.' and in white on a red ground 'Lard "Lard for good old fashioned pie crust"'. The red is a fence with drawing of a pig wearing a red hat standing upright leaning against it and one on all-fours beneath it. The markings appear twice on the carton and once on the lid which is rimmed in red. O 2006.012.01-Gown, Baptismal Good OK Zekany, Donald Long, white cotton, five short vertical lines of delicate pink feather stitch on front yoke, lace trim around neck, sleeves and hem, pink ribbon running through neck and sleeves. Ribbon is tied in bows on sleeves and used to tie back opening at neck. O 2006.012.02-Slip Good OK Zekany, Donald Long, white cotton, three short vertical lines of delicate pink feather stitch on front yoke and one horizontal row at hemline and across shoulder seam, lace trim around neck and armholes, snap closure at top of each armhole. worn with baptismal gown O 2006.012.03-Dress O 2006.012.05-Dress Good Good OK OK Zekany, Donald Zekany, Donald Infant's, white cotton, tatting around neck and sleeves, openwork embroidery in yoke, back button closure. Infant's, white cotton, scalloped edges finished with blanket stitching, front of yoke decorated with white satin stitch leaves, french knots and a worked bow, back button closure. Only two pieces of material used. O 2006.012.04-Dress Good OK Zekany, Donald Infant's, white cotton, scalloped edges finished with blanket stitching, two sections of tiny vertical tucks on yoke with white satin stitched leaves and French knot flowers, long sleeves, back button closure. Only two Page 324

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pieces of material used. O 2006.012.06-Bathrobe Good OK Zekany, Donald Infant's, white cotton flannel, embroidered satin ribbon trim on front opening and around sleeves, shell stitche emboidery in pale blue around neck O 2006.012.07-Dress Good OK Zekany, Donald Infant's, white cotton, scalloped edges finished with blanket stitching around sleeves and neck, tiny vertical tucks down front, satin stitch pink flowers, white leaves and stems and blue French knot flowers around yoke and in two spots on front, holes for ribbons in sleeves, two pink ribbon tie closures. O 2006.012.08-Pillowcase Good OK Zekany, Donald Small, white cotton with inset cutwork bands to create four sections, reverse plain white cotton, cutwork ruffle around edge. Appears unused. O 2006.012.09-Mitten O 2006.012.10-Cap Ecru lace net with flowers O 2006.012.11-Bonnet Good OK Zekany, Donald White starched organdy with tucks, cutwork trim and lace around edge, two pink ribbons form flower at top, pink ribbon flowers on either side, uncut white tie O 2006.012.12-Shoe O 2006.012.13-Box Dress box, cardboard, 'Goodyear's in Ann Arbor since 1888' on front. O W75.400-Table Rectangular, Protective glass top added while on loan to Kempf House O X5.0025-Painting Good OK Oil painting on canvas of man with gray hair and beard seated in red upholstered chair. The man is wearing a paisley dressing gown. A plaque at the bottom of the frame reads "Samuel William Dexter Born at Boston, Mass., February 18, 1792 Died at Dexter, Mich., February 6, 1863 Painting by Catherine P. Richardson, Boston, Mass." Frame is gold painted with inner decorative rim. Tag on back indicates that the painting was framed by Doll & Richardson, Inc., 138 Newberry St., Boston, Mass. O 2006.031.01-Dress Good OK Christening, white lawn, alternate bands of tucks and cutwork embroidered on skirt, ruffle of embroidered circles at hem, ruffle with tatted lace edge under yoke, vertical strips of cutwork embroidery in yoke, tatled lace around neck and sleeve edge, back closure. Made for Reuben Rose O 2006.026-Zither Excellent OK Wood sound box painted black, evidence of gold decoration, probably name, to left of hole, wire strings, metal Page 325 MOMS moveable shelves/E center bottom 2 Fair OK MOMS:second floor Good Good OK OK Zekany, Donald Zekany, Donald Pair of bronzed baby shoes, three buttoned straps, bow on front, high-top, originally black. Good Good OK OK Zekany, Donald Zekany, Donald Pair, knitted white yarn, cable surrounded by herringbone rows, no separate thumb, infant's

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attachment with musical staff of two ocatves on gold background, metal keys. Evidence of gold rectangular section below chord string area O 2006.029.01-Dress Good OK Flapper style, sleeveless, tan/beige, horizontal floral embroidered net panels of various widths alternating with 3.5" lace panels, 11" ruffle at bottom of 9" vertical V-shape net panels alternating with 9" vertical panels of the 3" lace. Scalloped 1.75" lace froms the bottom of the ruffle. O 2006.029.02-Gown, Evening Good OK Yellow net, long, sleeveless, square neckline, bodice trimmed with couched thread design, side zipper, attached yellow slip O 2006.029.03-Gown, Evening Good OK White crepe silk. Dress (a)-high front, open strap back, no defined waistline, floor length. Jacket (b)-long sleeve, tunic, ball and loop closures from neck to waist down front, open below, snap closure at end of sleeve. Collar? (c)-not attached, three triangular pieces of material tacked together O 2006.029.04-Dress Good OK Dress (a)-black silk crepe, round front neckline with back V plunge, 6" ruffle starts at waistline in front and drops below waist behind, 10" inset lace panel with crepe ruffle below, ankle length, attached black slip, flapper style Slip (b)-black silk with lace insets and trim, adjustable ribbon straps, 11" ruffle edged with 0.5" hem. O 2006.029.05-Apron Good OK White cotton, long, gathered at waistband, 7.25" ruffle at bottom with white decorative embroidered stitching and scalloped/pointed satin stitch bottom edge, long ties at waist. Handmade with store bought embroidered material for ruffle O 2006.029.06-Tablecloth Good OK White cotton, Irish lace, 15.5" x 34" center panel with 2 large flowers and swirls which extends into 1.5" inner border in places, rimmed by 10" panel of swirls bordered by 2.5" of open lace, outer 6" scalloped border repeats swirls motif. Attached tag 'Quaker Dinner Cloth' on one side, 'Pattern No. 2000' and picture of Quaker on reverse. O 2006.032.02-Paddle Good OK "Spanking stick", piece of wood with carved crosshatch on one side, gouged carving on reverse of that side, crosshatch and "C.G.W." on a third side, and some crosshatching and "For Gay to spank Walter when he teaster her and Horace" carved on the fourth side. One end is rounded for a handle. O 2006.032.12-Lantern, Magic Consists of box with lantern parts and lantern slides O 2006.032.12.1-Box Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith For magic lantern. Wood covered with green marbled paper, hinged lid, label on top shows a magician with a magic lantern projecting a picture, a camel and rider and "Magic Lantern, Fabrik Marke MD Made in Germany" Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 76 Smith, Barbara

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Smith, Barbara

Smith, Barbara

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 76

Smith, Barbara

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 76

Smith, Barbara

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 76

Smith, Barbara

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O 2006.032.12.2-Projector, Lantern-slide Burner and lens assembly mounted on a piece of wood measuring 8.25" x 5". O 2006.032.12.3-Chimney Glass, part of magic lantern O 2006.032.12.4-Lens Extra lens for magic lantern O 2006.032.12.5-Transparency, Magic slides Four glassLanternwith orange border, each has four pictures .1--children and adults .2--circus acts .3--boy and swans .4--alligator attacking artist

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O 2006.032.12.6-Transparency, Fair Magic Lantern Five glass slides with orange border, all partial slides with various amounts of slide missing .1--gentlemen, 2.5 pictures remain, measures 4.75" x 2.25 .2--rivermen, 2.5 pictures remain, measures 5" x 2.25" .3--village scene and Greek Revival building, 2 pictures remain, measures 4.5" x 2.25" .4--mountains and boats, 1.5 pictures remain, measures 3" x 2.25" .5--hunter, 2.5 pictures remain, measures 5" x 2.25" O 2006.032.03-Box Good

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Bookstein, Edith

empty, picture of woman in red with old car in background, "Hanselman's Chocolate" in gold, on bottom "Kalamazoo 1/2 lb. Net weight", handwritten in ink on one side "water worn Pebbles", paper over cardstock O 2006.032.05-Pencil O 2006.032.06-Pin, Lapel O 2006.032.11-Flask, Pocket O 2006.032.21-Thread Good Good Fair Good OK OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Lady's, retractible, flat purple glass stone mounted on a metal knot at top, knot unscrews for lead storage Flower vase pin, blue glass with applied gold enamel design and light blue, white and peach applied flowers Flat, screw top, separate section to go over top. The separate section measures 2.75"L x 3.25" Two bunches of flax in a Hometown Stationery Box with "Hand carded flax for weaving" written on side of bottom a.--packet with tag "Flax Gay Wilgus greatgrandmother Wilgus spun, soap dish which we had at one home when I was a girl Aunt Clara" (there is no soap dish) b.--bunch with note "flax spun by your Greatgrandmother Wilgus more than a hundred years ago. Take good care of it By the packer." O 2006.032.14-Assemblage Good OK Bookstein, Edith Crosslike item made of two layers of round metal disks with square center holes with a metal shaft between. Appears to be coins tied onto shaft with red cord Page 327

ObjectID# / Objname O 2006.032.20-Marble

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Condition Good

Status OK

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Collection of marbles in Bon Bons box. Two large glass, four medium glass, 2 small glass, 2 white ceramic, 46 clay of various sizes. There are also three rocks and one small piece of cord. O 2006.032.15-Holder, Pencil Good OK Pencil box. Round, wood, black ends and center with unpainted sections between. "Willie Pomeroy" handwritten on it. Contains five well used pencils, a silver painted one is marked "Wishing you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year." O 2006.032.16-Puzzle Fair OK

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Wooden box covered with red, blue, green plaid paper, remnants of leather hinges, two front hook closures, lithograph of girl on pony being led by boy in blue sailor outfit pasted on top of box. The box contains 24 2" cube blocks with parts of lithograph pictures on all six sides. The blocks can be arranged to correspond to six different pictures--paper examples of five and the box top show what they can be made into. Picture a--two children feeding cow Picture b--three children puttin flower necklace around a sheep Picture c--woman with two children behind a fence, two calves in foreground Picture d--two children with dog, pig and piglets Picture e--three children feeding carrots to donkey and colt, turkey in foreground, large house in background Picture f--box top picture O 2006.032.09-Game Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Card game, incomplete. 40 cards. Three show maps--Africa with hut in upper left corner, Europe with mansion in upper left, North & South America with teepee in upper left (? a fourth map--Asia--may have been part of the game). Eight symbol cards--two with hut in upper left corner (African woman, child) , two with mansion in upper right corner (man and woman), three with teepee in upper left corner (Indian man, woman and papoose), two with pagoda in upper left corner (Oriental man, child flying kite) 29 number cards with large picture that corresponds to symbol in upper left on other cards--three with number 2 (hut, mansion and teepee), three with number 3 (hut, mansion, teepee), four with number 4 (hut, mansion, teepee and pagoda), three with number 5 (mansion, teepee, pagoda), two with number 6 (hut, pagoda), three with number & (hut, teepee, pagoda), four with number 8 (hut, mansion, teepee, pagoda), three with number 9 (mansion, teepee, pagoda), four with number 10 (hut, mansion, teepee, pagoda). Game probably originally had four maps, twelve symbol cards and four each of numbers 1-10. Reverse of cards is red/brown foliage--buckeye or sweetgum tree O 2006.032.07-Puzzle Fair OK Jigsaw, 24 large cardboard pieces, 16 outher edge pieces cut in jigsaw puzzle shape, eight center rectangular pieces. Picture of a goat with one piece is labelled "The Goat " O 2006.032.08-Puzzle Fair OK Jigsaw, 22 large cardboard pieces, 16 outher edge pieces cut in jigsaw puzzle shape, six center rectangular pieces (two pieces missing). Picture of a cow with one piece is labelled "The Cow " O 2006.032.27-Scale Fair OK Steelyard, no weights, one hanging hook, three hooks for weighing. "?Whitmore" stamped at one end. There is a fluted round top cone measuring 2.25"H x 1.75"diameter at widest that may be a weight for the scale Page 328 MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box Bookstein, Edith

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2006.032.28-Souvenir

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Plaque, crosscut tree ring, woodburned design of house and fence with tree in foreground and "The Old Indian House Deerfield Mass. 1704". On reverse, in pencil, "Oct. 1905". Front sealed with laquer or varnish, reverse natural. Hook and ribbon for hanging at top. O 2006.032.29-Candlesnuffer ? pewter O 2006.032.30-Kit, Needlework Fair OK Bookstein, Edith leather, rolls into a cylinder with velvet covered pincushion pillows at each end, ribbon ties. Inside there is a button of beeswax, small tan silk pouch with brown bows, three pieces of embroidered cloth for holding needles, ribbon loop handle (unattached on one side) at one end and long ribbon with strawberry shaped pincushion at opposite end, leather cover for small scissor tucked into leather straps (no scissors), flat leather pouch at one end. Note inside "made by great grandmother Wheeler between 1870-75 for grandma Dalton. it is lined with a piece of her wedding dress." O 2006.032.31-Mirror, Hand O 2006.032.32-Compass Small, hand held, for hiking, In small round wooden box O 2006.032.33-Spike O 2006.032.34-Box, Trinkets O 2006.032.35.01-Clothes, Doll Fair Fair Good OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #77 Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Two, flared end. One has a blue end and a point at the opposite end. One has a flat white end. Wooden oval, painted black, inlaid abalone floral design on each long side, lined with abalone shell Dress--white cotton, long sleeves, skirt hangs fron yoke, handmade lace around neck, sleeves and yoke is attached by hand to machine sewn dress O 2006.032.35.02-Clothes, Doll Skirt--cotton, blue and white stripe, tiny buttons O 2006.032.35.03-Clothes, Doll Good OK Good OK Fair Fair OK OK Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith In shape of handscreen fan, black plastic with carved geometric design and long-legged bird. Fair OK Bookstein, Edith

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Jacket--pink cotton flannel, flared sleeves, buttonhole stitch in white yarn around all edges, handmade O 2006.032.35.04-Clothes, Doll Fair OK

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Cape--white wool with silk lining, collar with ecru tated lace trim, ribbon bow at neck, hook & eye closure O 2006.032.35.05-Clothes, Doll Fair OK

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Skirt--blue and white overall hearts, attached underruffle, drawstring waist of thread, handmade O 2006.032.35.06-Clothes, Doll Skirt--Pink with bottom ruffle, drawstring waist, handmade Page 329 Fair OK

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Nightgown--white flannel with , pink lines, embroidered feather stitching on yoke and around neck and sleeves O 2006.032.35.08-Cloth Fragment O 2006.032.35.09-Clothes, Doll Fair Fair OK OK

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Pieces of light weight cotton with cutwork and scalloped edge. ?? from bottom of skirt or end of pillowcase Dress or robe--cotton, vertical stripes alternating brown and white and black with overlapping diamonds down center of each strip O 2006.032.35.10-Clothes, Doll Cap--crocheted, blue, crocheted ruffle around, white ribbon ties and bows O 2006.032.35.11-Clothes, Doll Sunbonnet--starched pale blue cotton O 2006.032.35.12-Clothes, Doll Cape--hooded, white fleece with pink cotton lining, ties at neck O 2006.032.35.13-Clothes, Doll Muff--white fleece with blue silk lining, blue ribbon O 2006.032.35.14-Clothes, Doll Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK Fair OK

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Comforter, tied with red yarn, white ground with pink and green flowers with brown stems, remnants of red feather stitched yarn around edge O 2006.033.1-Dress Good OK Long, cotton, red ground with allover floral pattern, short sleeves, no collar. Label "Get Frocked, Ann Arbor, Mich." O 2006.033.2-Apron Good OK

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Long, cotton, white skirt with red pocket matching dress, bib and ties are red ground with allover pattern with a square white patch on the front, ties in the back. Label "Get Frocked, Ann Arbor, Mich." O 2006.036.1-Assemblage Good OK Yao, Cynthia Cardboard cut-outs including a base, manger walls, manger top, star, three wise men (on 2 pieces), Holy family, two children with a lamb, child, old shepard, camels (3 on one piece), sheep and lamb, lamb, fence with donkey and cow, two background pieces. A light can be put behind the star. In a box "Christmas Manger Set The Christmas Story in Beautiful cut-out scenes and life-like figures", The Methodist Publishing House. A picture on the box shows a tree on the left and three children setting up the manger and parents on the right watching. On the edges of the box "Litho in U.S.A., No 743 'Fascinates Young and Old' 'Tells the Christmas Story'. Page 330

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Wood, flared at one end, notched at other O 2006.032.10-Puzzle 22 small 1/8th inch thick wooden triangles with different colors on each side. Nine are red and black, four are yellow and black, nine are green and yellow. In a 2"x2"x1" box with "Property of Willie Pmeroy who died 1871, son of Enos ____lin Pomeroy" handwritten on it. O 2006.032.17.01-Tea set Pewter, raised floral design, no lid, child's toy O 2006.032.17.02-Spoon Spoon, mother-of-pearl, pierced end on handle, 'Bethlehem' in blue on reverse. O 2006.032.17.04-Tea set Fair OK Bookstein, Edith China a-e) five cups with blue and white flower and brown and dark brown leaf design, 1.75"H, 2" diam f-g) two saucers with brown and dark brown leaf design, gold trim, 3.75" diam h-i) two plates with brown and dark brown leaf design, gold trim, 3.75" diam j) lid for a pot with brown and dark brown leaf design, gold trim, no pot O 2006.032.17.03-Tea set China, green a-b) two cups, wide and shallow, 1.25"H, 2.25" diam c-d) two saucers, 3.5" diam e) creamer, bulbous shape, attached handle, 2.5"H f) sugar bowl with plain lid with knob handle, 1.5"H O 2006.032.17.05-Tea set Fair OK Bookstein, Edith China a) cup with pink rim with small blue flowers, gold line trim, 1.5"H, 1.5"diam b) saucer with pink rim with small blue flowers, gold line trim, 3"diam c-d) two plates with pink rim with small blue flowers, gold line trim, oval, 4.25" x 2.75" e) sugar bowl, pink band around center, gold line trim, 1.75"H O 2006.032.17.06-Tea set O 2006.032.17.07-Tea set Fair Fair OK OK Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith China, lid only, white with knob handle, does not appear to fit any of the pieces, 1.75"diam China, lid only, white with gold band and faded gold design, oval, does not appear to fit any of the pieces, 2.5" x 1.5" O 2006.032.17.08-Tea set China, tan ground with colorful birds a-b) two cups, 1.5"H, 2" diam c-d) two saucers, 3" diam Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box Bookstein, Edith

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China, white with raised flowers, green painted design, flat oval shape a) teapot with lid, 2.5"Hx2"Wx1.5"D b) creamer, 2.25"Hx1.5"Wx1"D, not including handle c) sugar bowl, 1.75"Hx2"Wx1.25"D

O 2006.032.17.10-Platter with turkey Oval china platter with molded turkey and dressing

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O 2006.032.17.11-Plate with Fair OK molded objects Plate with gold trim and blue flowers around edge, two opposing handles, red string in one of the open handles, pieces of molded things attached O 2006.032.17.12-Tea set Pitcher, white with traces of green on handle and gred and yellow on body, 2"H O 2006.032.17.13-Bottle Three, glass, probably from a toy cruet/castor set a) cylindrical, central bulge, metal screw-on shaker top, 3"H b) cylindrical, central bulge with narrow opening and stopper, 2.75"H c) ctkubdrical,central bulge with wider opening and stopper, 2.25"H O 2007.022.1-Game Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box Fair OK Fair OK

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"Put the Yanks in Berlin: An Intriguing War Puzzle" is a game in a small box for travelling. The bottom of the box is a colored map of Europe with indents. The object is to put four khaki (Yanks) marbles in Berline, white marbles (American Air Corps) in Russia, Italy and London and blue marbles (Royal Air Force) in France and Oslo by tilting the box. The box top has a picture of planes in a dog fight with an inset of a soldier. Around the edges of the top are planes, jeeps pulling cannon, howitzer, ships, tank, blimp, truck. The directions are on the inside of the box top. Only two marbles-one white and one khaki) remain. O 2007.022.2-Game Good OK "Authors" is a card came. There are 45 cards of playing card quality with gold around the edges. The reverse of the card is a blue and white design. There are 11 sets of four cards each measuring 2.25" x 3.5". Each card has a picture of an author, lists four of his writings (one above the picture and three below). The upper left corner has a symbol relating to the title at the top of the card. Authors included are Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Shakespeare, Mark Twain, R. L. Stevenson, H.W. Longfellow, Louisa Mae Alcott, Sir Walter Scott, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charles Dickens. The cards are in a box with a top is blue and black with a yellow stripe diagonally across. On the box is "no. 3010 Made in U.S.A. Whitman Publishing Co." The card with the directions for playing is missing. O 2007.022.3-Game Good OK "Mini Golf" is a game in a small clear plastic hinged box for travelling. Inside is a 3 5/8" x 3.75" x 0.5" block Page 332

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of fiberboard with green paper glued to one side. On the paper is a three hole golf course surrounding a center medallion with 'Mini Golf'. Each hole has a tee spot with par listed and 5 or 6 holes ending on the green. Trees and sand traps are painted on. There are 3 .075" cubes of natural wood. a.) shows a wood in red with 100, 150, 200 and out of bounds on different sides. b.) shows an iron in blue with 50, 100 and 150 on different sides. c.) shoes a putter in green with good, tip-in, long, short on different sides. There are two pegs--red and white. O 2007.022.4-Game Good OK "Backgammon" is a game in a brown paperboard case that looks like a book for travelling. Along the 'spine' is Backgammon Vol. 102 Drueke' stamped in gold. Inside is a 4.5" x 4.5" x 0.75" block of wood painted brown with a backgammon board on one side. A slot in the wood holds and orange box with 19 white 1"L pegs and 14 black pegs and two .25" yellow dice. The box is in a cardboard mailing box with WWII sevice men across the top of the side opposite the mailing address side. It reads "A Volume from The Original Library of Pocket Games" and lists Vol. 100-110 of different games and "Manuf. by Wm. F. Drueke & Sons Grand Rapids, Mich." Stamped on the side is "Backgammon-102 Vol. Drueke" O 2007.021.1-Mat, Place O 2007.021.2-Sweater Baby, white, handknit, matching bonnet O 2007.021.3-Bonnet Good OK Good Good OK OK Set of four, blue and white woven in reversible diamond pattern, 1" white fringe along long edges MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Game box #2 Hannum, Carol MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box Creal, Patricia

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Baby, pink, handmade, matching bootees, crown of bonnet and foot of bootees in single crochet, rest of bonnet and upper part of bootees have rows of fan pattern, pink ribbon ties. O 2007.021.4-Cap Good OK Baby, blue, handknit, two white pompoms on cap, knit yarn ties with white pompoms on end. O 2007.021.5-Block, Picture Good OK

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Set of five animal blocks, cut from 0.75" thick wood with a jigsaw. The wood is birch and the animal features are woodburned on. a.--tiger, heartwood, 8" x 4.25" b.--pig, 6.5" x 3" c.--sheep, 5.75" x 5" d.--horse, 6" x 6" e.--llama, 5.5" x 4.5" O 2007.021.6-Block, Picture Good OK Set of ten blocks including farm animals and two people, cut from 0.75" (except c. and g. which are 0.5") thick wood with a jigsaw. The wood is birch and the features are painted on with black. a.-f. have glued on leather ears a.--lamb, 4.25" x 3.5" b.--piglet, 4.25" x 2.75" c.--piglet, 4.25" x 2.75" d.--pig, 5.75" x 4" Page 333

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e.--cow, 6" x 4.25" f.--dog, dalmation in sitting pose, 4.25" x 4" g.--goose, 4.25" x 3.25" h.--horse, 6" x 6" i.--farmer in hat and bib overalls, heartwood, 2" x 8.5" j.--farmer's wife in sunbonnet, apron and long dress, 4" x 6.5" O 2007.024.1-Block, Picture Good OK Set of blocks numbers 1 - 9, cut from 0.75" thick wood with a jigsaw. Each number has a flat bottom so it can stand up. a.--1, 5" x 1.25" b.--2, 5" x 3" c.--3, 5" x 3" d.--4, 5" x 3" e.--5, 5" x 3" f.--6, 5" x 3.25" g.--7, 5" x 3" h.--8, 5" x 3" i.--9, 5" x 3.25" O 2007.024.2-Block, Picture Good OK Set of eight blocks of animals, mostly African, cut from 0.75" thick wood with a jigsaw. They have handpainted black features. a.--elephant, 4.5" x 4.5" b.--rhinoceros, 4.5" x 2.75" c.--giraffe, 6.25" x 4" d.--alligator/crocodile, 6.25" x 1" e.--snake, 4.5" x 1.15" f.--lion, 4.25" x 3" g.--horse, 4" x 3.75" h.--bear, 4.25" x 3" O 2007.024.4-Block, Picture Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Archival brown box Hannum, Carol

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Set of seven blocks including a house, family and dog, cut from 0.5" thick wood with a jigsaw. Features are woodburned. All have initials C.H.B. on the bottom. a.--male figure (father), 3" x 6.5" b.--female figue (mother), 2.25" x 6.25" c.--boy, 2" x 4.25" d.--girl, 1.5" x 3.5" e.--baby, 1.25" x 2.25" f.--dog, 1.25" x 1.5" g.--house, 2-story with roof, windows, door and flowers, 6" x 7.5"

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O 2007.024.3-Block, Alphabet

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Set of eight alphabet blocks in capital letters, cut from 0.75" thick wood with a jigsaw. The blocks are flat on the bottom so they can stand up. a.--A, 3" x 5" b.--E, 3" x 5" c.--J, 3" x 5" d.--L, 3" x 5" e.--M, 3" x 5" f.--O, 3" x 5" g.--R, 3" x 5" h.--X, 3.15" x 5"

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O 2007.015.1-Bulb, Light

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Christmas tree bulb in shape of bear, white body, red hat, blue bowtie, black features and buttons, green bag over right shoulder. 0.5" bulb base extends from top. O 2007.015.2-Bulb, Light Good OK Pittman, Deborah Christmas tree bulb in shape of Santa Claus, red suit, black belt and boots, yellow belt buckle, yellow bag over right shoulder. 0.5" bulb base extends from top. O 2006.032.36-Poster Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Picture of woman in Spanish style, red and orange shawl over black sleeveless dress. There is a crucifix seen throught a window to her left. In the upper right corner is "Juan Balcera Sevilla", across the bottom"Sevilla Fiestes de Primaver 1932 Semana Santa y Feria", on lower right border "Imp. y Lit. Orteger Valencia". There is a sticker on the back 'Miss Irene A. Wright Reina Mercedes, 1 Sevilla Espana". The poster is in a brown envelope addressed to 'Mrs. Horace Wilgus, 1547 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor Michigan E.E.U.U.' There is a return address sticker over a printing sticker 'Mrs. Letitia Ballard Wright Reina Mercedes, 1 Sevilla, Spain Address June- Octover 1932 American University Women's Club 4, rue de Chevreuse, UI.e Paris, France. The postmark is unreadable and there are no stamps. O 2006.032.24-Painting Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Memories of Childhood portrays two young girls, two boys and a white dog. One girl is wearing a pink dress, black pinafore and red high-top shoes and is holding a hoop. The other girl is wearing a white dress and blue high-top shoes and is sitting on a swing holding a straw hat. One boy is wearing a dark jacket and white pants and is holding a straw hat in one hand and with the other is holding a buttercup under the chin of the girl in white. Ther other boy is in a light suit, vest, blue bow tie and straw hat and is holding books and a slate. The painting is on canvas. At the bottom is the title, date, artist and "Entered according to Act of Congress 18____. Henry G. Bru_____ De__ of the Library of Congress" O 2006.032.19-Calendar Fair OK Bookstein, Edith Flip-top, held together by two metal rings, cardboard pages. On the cover is a woman with a fan and large bustle standing near a fireplace with a tea kettle. There is a cherub with a blue bow seated in a chair near the fire. On a swag above is "All Around The Year" and near the pole holding the swag is "Herein Ther lieth a Page 335

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Tale". Each page is a month with a drawing and appropriate saying plus a calendar of days. When read in sequence, the sayings are a poem. On the back is a seated child in blue shorts, a candle and "Good Bye, my Lover. Good Bye." O 2007.019.3-Drawing Excellent OK Hannum, Carol Set of seven watercolor and ink sketches by Carol Bateman Hannum. They are sketches made of some of the photographs in the album 2007.19.1. Each has the name of the patient and is signed 'C.B. Hannum' on the front. Each is framed by a 1.75" white mat to form an 8"x10" picture. A. Minor Foley. B. Catherine Prest. C. Vera Burkhardt. D. Robert Burhans. E. Joe Clark. F. Edith Mills. G. Ida Kelly O 2007.008.1-Towel, Dish Excellent OK Wineberg, Susan White linen, vertical stripes of red and green poinsettia down each long side and alternating with green design down center, price tag (69 cents) from B. E. Muehlig, Inc. Ann Arbor, Mich. pinned on, black sticker with gold edge indicating 'all pure linen except all cotton stripes made in Czechoslovakia, second sticker in form of crest 'Home Beautiful Creations by Dickie RN 16392, No. 7310 16/30"fshd fast-color'. Probably for use at Christmas O 2007.008.2-Postcard Good OK Wineberg, Susan Postcard from the Vitality Seed Company, Ann Arbor, MI. One side features a basket of fruit with an advertising encouraging using Vitality Seed. On the reverse is an advertisement in the form of a note to 'Dear Friend' on the left and a space for a mailing address on the right. It is a "C.T. Art-Colortone" O 2006.025.5-Picture Good OK Angell School Collection of ten pen and ink drawings on ivory paper by Milt Kemnitz, laminated, all but .5 signed 'Kemnitz' 1. Deke House, William St., Ann Arbor, MI 2. Fire Station, Ann Arbor, MI (now Hands-On Museum) 3. President's house, South University, University of Michigan 4. Buildings on corner of Packard and South State, Blue Front 5. Old zoo by Natural History Museum, University of Michigan 6. Burton Tower, University of Michigan 7. Queen Anne home, Ann Arbor, MI 8. Canoe Livery, Huron River, Ann Arbor, MI 9. Michigan Union, University of Michigan 10. Campus building, University of Michigan O 2006.025.6-Picture Good OK Angell School Pen and ink drawing of University of Michigan Law Quad on beige paper by Paul Kreutziger. Signed in lower right. O 2006.025.7-Picture Fair OK Angell School Sepia-tone copy of a picture of the inside of a grocery or general store. There is a man in a bow tie behind the counter, a woman in a wide-brimmed hat standing by the counter, a young boy in sweater, knickers and beret leaning on a case sucking on a stick of candy. The pictuer shows bins of items, a bushel of apples, large coffee grinder, various product ads, scale, cash register. The picture is stapled to an 11.25" x 11.5" piece of yellow construction paper. O 2007.023.5.1,2-Sugar & Creamer Page 336 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves/Fragile box #7 Wineberg, Susan

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White china with pink embossed bottom rim and pink strip near top, gold trim on handles and top edges, decal of old U. M. Library building on one side, sold by Mack & Co. 1.) sugar bowl with lid, impressed with open oval, opposing squared handles, lid has squared handle, imprinted A on bottom 2.) creamer, handle opposing spout, impressed open oval on bottom O 2007.018.1-Vase Pewter, urn shape on pedestal round foot base O 2007.018.2-Pitcher Good OK Cole, Sandra Pewter, melon shaped body alternately fluted and reeded, 4 acanthus leaf feet, flared pouring spout, shaped bone handle O 2007.018.3-Compote Pewter, round bowl on oval pedestal base, marked 'Genuine Pewter' O 2007.018.4-Plate, Soup Pewter, round, plain O 2007.018.5-Tray Pewter, round, plain, rectangular, marked 'Solid Pewter 39' O 2007.018.6-Tray O 2007.018.7-Crumber Silver plated, tray and metal sweeper a.) crumb tray, 'RDD scratched into side, 7.5" x 6.75" (at widest) b.) metal sweeper, 6.25" x 3" with attached 4" handle O 2007.018.8-Frame, Picture Fair OK Cole, Sandra Gold painted brass, leaf and swag border around 5' x 6.75" rectangle, 3.75" x 5.5" picture opening, 3.5" swing out stand at bottom. 2/5" x 5.25" print of folk art drawing of girl holding a basket, mounted on red corduroy O 2007.018.9-Nightgown Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Cole, Sandra White cotton, cutwork embroidery and satin stitch at neck and sleeves, 1.5" bobbin lace trim on sleeves and hem, feather stitch embroidery along hem, 1" strips of lace inset into bodice to form panels, 0.5" lace around neck edge, handmade, large size O 2006.032.13-Chalkboard Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Small school slate, 7" x 10" with separate 0.5" wood frame around each side with pieced of unfinished wood between, dovetailed at corners to hold everything together. Written on the slate in various spots are: 'Boots Wilgus', 'Jim Wilgus', 'Amelia Bookstein', in a box 'W.E.W., in another box 'I.M. W.' The reverse of the slate has lines etched into it for penmanship practice. There is a small drilled hole in the frame at the top (?for attaching a carrying or hanging strap). O 2006.032.37-Novelty Good OK Bookstein, Edith Diecut of type used to decorate greeting cards or pictures, in shape of a gold pocket watch with red dial and white Roman numberals. Page 337 Good Good OK OK Cole, Sandra Cole, Sandra Silver plated, round, 2.5" pierced border around a 4.5" inner circle, on 0.5" pedestal foot Fair OK Cole, Sandra Good OK Cole, Sandra Fair OK Cole, Sandra Fair OK Cole, Sandra

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Hardwood base stained dark oak shade-24.5"H x 16.25"W x 23.25"D, height includes 6" tapered feet at each corner, door in rear to access base cabinet Top unit-measures 16"H x 16"W x 23" D, glass on front and three sides and top, bottom inclined 0-3" front to back to allow good viewing of items inside, front glass etched 'Moore's wont leak". Rear has a latched wooden door that slides down to provide access The top and bottom are divided by a one inch molding that extends out O 2007.029.1-Plaque Fair OK Bronze, rectangular, hole in each corner for mounting, raised letters, "These stones were given by Mrs. C. A. Thomas, Regent of Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter 1939. O 2007.029.2-Plaque Fair OK Bronze, rectangular, hole in each corner for mounting, raised letters, "Pioneer Cemetery to the patriots and pioneers who lie buried here Ensign John Terhune 1759-1839 A soldier in the Revolutionary War. His wife Sarah Vreeland Terhune and Emily Whitmore 1807-1825 the first white child to be buried in Washtenaw County. This memorial was erected by the Sarah CAswell Angell Chapter and the Ypsilanti Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution." O 2006.029.07-Television Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Early General Electric. Veneered wood case, burlap over front with 'GE' in red on a circular button. Front--three knobs on the left (off-vol-focus, selector-tuning #144, horizontal-vertical) and one on the right (brightness-contrast), 9.75"W x 7"H screen in brass frame on right with 'General Electric Television' above. Rear--diagram showing types and location of tubes, UL label, Caution label and label advocating the use of GE electronic radio tubes, cloth covered electric cord attached. O 2006.029.08-Iron, Waffle Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Smith, Barbara Round, silverplate, 7.5" grids on 10.5" base, base has opposing black plastic Art Deco style handles that extend beyond the base and dial that can be set for light, medium or dark, hinged top has an engraved Art Deco design, clear jewel set into top for temperature indicator light. Information on the bottom--Volts 110-120 Watts 660 Style No. 141 Manufactured by Electrahot Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn. There is a detachable cloth covered cord with 'Beaver Victory Gripall 660W, 250V 5A-250V 10A-125V' on the black plastic connector end. O 2006.029.09-Press, Rotary Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Smith, Barbara Model #8401 Superior Cut Rotary Printing Press, prints postcard size area 3.5" x 5.5". The press is metal with a drum for type, a drum for an inked ribbon and a tray marked in inches for paper. It is marked 'Made in USA by Superior Marking Co. Chicago, Ill U.S. Patent No's 2,041,499-2,190,740 Other patents pending'. In original 6.5" x 9" x 3.75" red and white cardboard box with a drawing of the press on it and marked $2.19. Also in the box is a set of directions, Swiftset Rotary Printers Journal and a small box (6" x 3.75" x 1.75") which originally contained 200 red rubber pieces of type and spacers, 8 type slots, 2 picture dyes, mounting equipment, type tweezers, tool for inserting slots, a brush and a bottle of black ink. The box currently contains many pieces of type and spacers, one picture dye, 15 type slots, tweezers, tool for inserting slots, wooden bloxk for setting type, brush and empty ink bottle. The press is an educational toy for children. O 2006.029.11-Bulb, Light Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Smith, Barbara Four boxes of Christmas tree lights. Blue boxes labeled 'Royalites Deluxe 7-Light Set Weatherproof for Page 338 Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter, NSDAR Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter, NSDAR

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Outdoor use with General Electric bulbs If one goes out, the rest stay lit'. The boxes have drawings of ornaments, Santa head, pine branches. The bottom of the box gives directons for use and are labeled 'Royal Electric Co., Inc. Pawtucket, R.I.' On the sides of the boxex is 'Catalog No. 407 (UL seal) Factory Tested', 'Decorate with Royalites for added Christmas cheer', 'With famous Royal "Klips" and extension plug for your convenience'. The strings have red and green wires, pastel colored flame ridged bulbs (yellow, red, green, blue, white), bulb sockets with wire clips. Box 1--one strand of 7 bulbs, 'Doorway lights' handwritten on box Box 2--one strand of 7 bulbs, yellow tag attached to strand 'Decorative lightin outfit For Outdoor and Indoor Circuit 110-125V 400 UL' Box 3--two strands of 7 bulbs each connected together, one blue bulb is smooth rather than ridged, yellow tag attached to strand 'Decorative lightin outfit For Outdoor and Indoor Circuit 110-125V 400 UL' Box 4--one strand of 25 bulbs, yellow tag attached to strand 'Noma Christmas tree lighting outfit String No. & for indoor and outdoor use 110-125V made in U.S.A., UL' O 2006.029.12-Ornament, Good OK Christmas Tree Gold tinsel strand, 18 feet, in original white box. The box has red letters and green holly leaves and the words '"Holly Brand New Twinkle Twirl Spiral Garland" Tarnish proof-advertised in Life made in U.S.A.' on one side. On the reverse is ' 'flame-proof' - ideas for using- trees, fireplaces, living or dining rooms B. Wilonsen, Inc. Phila 34, PA. There is also a yellow sticker 'Frank's Nursery 0.98' O 2006.029.13-Ornament, Good OK Christmas Tree Fourteen miscellaneous glass ornaments. 4.25" gold painted ball with cap labelled Germany, 3" silver ball with white, five 2.5" gold balls, 2.25 pink ball with cap labelled Japan, four 1.75" pink and one silver ball with cap labelled Germany and strung together on silver and white ribbons, one 9.5"L x 1.5" gold cylinder tapered at both ends with cap labelled West Germany O 2007.032.1-Vest Good OK Child's, wool, tan with dashed red lines, two slash pockets, four brown buttons, back is plain brown wool, lined with linen O 2007.032.2-Nightgown Good OK Infant's, white cotton, short sleeves with folded back cuffs, satin stitch embroidered scalloped edges on neck and sleeves, flower and leaf satin stitch design and white cross stitches on yoke O 2007.032.3-Romper Good OK Infant's, white cotton, one piece, short pants that unbutton at rear waist, top has button back closure, cap sleeves and square neck, white flower and leaf satin stitch design and blue cross stitches on yoke, satin stitch embroidery around scalloped neck and sleeves. O 2007.030-Box Fair OK Laundry mailer, hard plastic, brown, metal corner pieces, riveted. There is a plate on top section with a slot for stamps and an address card. The stamp slot contains a 25 cent green Paul Revere, a 50 cent purple Susan B. Anthony and a 20 cent blue Monticello. The address card is addressed to 'Martha Rice, Ipava, Ill. c/o Lucille Cleer' with a return address 'T.A. Harris 1087 Ravenwood Ann Arbor, Mich.' The two-piece case has a black twill buckle strap in each direction. The 3.25"H top section fits over the 6"H bottom to form a closed case which is expandable up to 8.5". The interior is black. Page 339 MOMS moveable shelves Smith, Barbara

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2007.031.1-Box, Puff

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Source Couture, Marilyn

Tin of face powder. The top is marked 'Parfumerie theatrale L. Leichner's FEttpuder Berlin Made in Germany' in side a floral border with a harp in the center. There is a small rectangular sticker attached that reads 'white'. On the bottom is a harp and 'La Leichner Berlin Gesetzlich Geschutzt'. Wrapped around the tin is a paper folded to 0.75" written in German, English, French, Spanish and Russian giving a description of the powder and its use, pictures of award medals dated 1883-1910 from various countries and endorsements. O 2007.033.1-Dress Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Margaret Stevenson White light-weight cotton, square neck, small horizontal stitch pleats along yoke above large inset of machine lace in leaf and floral design with crochet covered ball trim, uneven skirt with same lace panels and ball trim, long sleeves with lace trim, snap closure from shoulder to waist on left side, lace collar, twill cumberbund sewn inside at waist. Label at neck 'Betty Vales Dresses'. O 2007.033.2-Nightgown Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Margaret Stevenson White cotton, vertical tuck pleats in yoke, pearlized cut bottons in front placket, eyelet trim around neck and yoke, long sleeves with tuck pleats and eyelet trim O 2007.033.3-Shoe O 2007.034.1-Pin O 2007.034.2-Pennant Good Good Good OK OK OK Margaret Stevenson Wineberg, Susan Wineberg, Susan Pair, woman's, brown leather, pointed toes, 2" heel, size 7, laced, stamped inside '3AIA 54387' Circular, white with purple lettering 'GO ANN ARBOR PIONEERS', metal, safety pin back Purple flannel, white running figure in a fringed shirt, coonskin cap and cleats and carrying a football, white flannel fringe. 'PIONEERS' is in white above the figure and 'ANN ARBOR' extends from the figure on the right side. O 2007.034.3-Coathanger Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Wood, for coat and pants, wire hook, in black on the coat portion 'Property of Goldman Bros. Cleaners Dyers & Pressers Ann Arbor, Mich.' The pants section is a 3/8" diam. wood rod inserted across the 0.75" coat arc. O 2006.030.1-Box, Jewelry Good OK Creal, Patricia Brown, faux leather. Interior has blue velvet bottom lining and white silk top lining. The white silk is stamped 'J.L. Chapman Jeweler and Optometrist 113 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' Metal hinge with push button closure. Impressed in bottom of box is 'Germany' O 2006.030.2-Box, Jewelry Fair OK Creal, Patricia Purple velvet over white box exterior, interior bottom linved with purple velvet, white top reads 'J. L. Chapman Jeweler and Optometrist 113 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich.', white cloth hinge O 2006.030.3-Clippers, Nail Good OK Creal, Patricia Metal, fold out handle, fold out file, stamped 'Made in U.S.A. pat. pend.' In red leather case with 'Scheon's Gulf Service Packard & Stadium Ann Arbor' in gold. O 2006.030.5-Ruler Good OK Creal, Patricia Wood 12". On the side marked with inch values, reading left to right ''Printing in Minutest Detail' Dial Phone 5182 The Craft Typeshop with 'Yours for Better Impressions' below Dial Phone 5182 711 N. University Ave. over Geo. Moe's'. On the reverse, 'No Job of Printing Too Large or too Small Dial Phone 5182 The Page 340

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Craft Typeshop with 'Yours for Better Impressions' below Dial Phone 5182 'We give what you want, as you want it, and when you want it.'' O 2007.009-Picture Excellent OK Beebe, Ralph P. Reprint of a portrait of George Washington in uniform, in black oval mat folder with two gold lines bordering oval. Black backing has cut outs for standing or hanging. O 2007.012-Chair O 2007.013-Moneychanger Good Good OK OK Storage MOMS moveable shelves Duncanson, Marilyn Willits, Shirley Queen Anne style, cabriole legs, arms with scroll ends, plain crest and splat, two turned stretchers. Section of the moneychanger/order form mechanism from Muehlig's store on Main St., saved when store remodeled. The mechanism ran troughout the store allowing clerks to insert receipts and cash into a canister and send it by pneumatic tube to the mezzanine where Miss Bertha E. Muehlig would process it and return a copy with any change due. a.) Large cast iron section, gold painted with raised leaf swag design. There are two open holes and one capped with a hinge mechanism. Marked 'The Lamson Company Boston, Mass. YD539'. Section measures 11"x9"x2.5" b.) Arced section of tube that connects to (a), measures 12" across c.) Money canister--sliding door opening, stamped 'Lamson', felt covered ends, measures 5.5"L, 2" diameter. O 2007.023.1-Sign Good OK Wineberg, Susan Linen, top half in English, bottom half in German, '$25 Reward for sufficient evidence to convict any person of Removing or Cutting any timber on these premises This Land is for Sale at a very Low Price on Terms that suit everybody. For particulars call on or write to F.C. Parker, 24 E. Ann St. Ann Arbor, Mich.' In black poster frame measuring 12.75" x 16.75" O 2006.032.18.1-Ax Grooved ax--head only, groove runs 2" below cutting egde O 2006.032.18.2-Ax Grooved ax--head only, groove at end O 2006.032.18.3-Stone, Worked O 2006.032.18.4-Stone, Worked O 2006.032.18.5-Stone, Worked O 2006.032.18.6-Stone, Worked ?Wedge--tapered, all sides smooth except for a few chipped out spots O 2006.032.18.7-Stone, Worked Smooth cylinder slightly wider at one end, appears to be broken off at each end. Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Fair Fair Fair Fair OK OK OK OK MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Pounding stone--cylindrical with expanded end, small end smooth, larger end rough, oval Pounding stone--cylindrical with expanded end, small end smooth, larger end rough, oval ?Wedge--tapered, sides and short end smooth, opposite end rough and may be broken off Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves Bookstein, Edith

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2006.032.38.1-Wood, Petrified Light colored, very hard, striated O 2006.032.38.2-Stone, Petoskey polished on one side O 75.001.2.5-Coral small piece, flat and almost round O 2006.032.38.4-Schist

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Source Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Armbruster, Florence Bookstein, Edith Bookstein, Edith Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

Slate?--gray with large brown or rust area, small, flat and nearly round O 2006.032.38.5-Schist Shale?--gray, small, flat O 2007.027-Poster Collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour for the years 1986, 87, 89-91, 95, 96, 98-2004. The Old West Side of Ann Arbor is a historic district bounded by Huron St. on the north, Crest on the west, Main on the east and on the south. O 2007.027.01-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 14th Annual tour Sunday, September 21, 1986 from 1 to 6 pm. The tour began at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 520 W. Jefferson and provided a shuttle bus and free child care for children under 12. Cost $4.50 or 4.00 in advance, $2.50 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a lattice border in blue and white and a drawing of a Queen Anne style workers house in white with a red roof and shutters and red geraniums in front. O 2007.027.02-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 15th Annual tour Sunday, September 20, 1987 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 520 W. Jefferson and provided a shuttle bus and free child care for children under 12. Cost $5.00 or 4.00 in advance, $3.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a border in blue and white and a drawing of a porch with a swing and two flower pots. O 2007.027.03-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 17th Annual tour Sunday, September 17, 1989 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 520 W. Jefferson and provided a free shuttle bus child care for children under 12 for $2.00/child. Cost $5.00 or 4.00 in advance, $3.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features an outer pastel green border, an inner white border with purple leaf swag and a drawing of a house and garden and picket fence. O 2007.027.04-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 18th Annual tour Sunday, September 16, 1990 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West Liberty & Third St. and provided a free shuttle bus child care for children under 12 for $2.00/child. Cost $5.00 or 4.00 in advance, $3.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features an outer pastel blue border with white lace and a drawing of a table with a cup of tea, an arm holding a tour brochure Page 342

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near a blue-lace-curtained window with a view of a house through it. O 2007.027.05-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 19th Annual tour Sunday, September 22, 1991 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 520 W. Jefferson and provided a free shuttle bus child care for children under 12 for $2.00/child. Cost $5.00 or 4.00 in advance, $3.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a drawing of a the porch of a house with four Ionic columns with planter boxes between. O 2007.027.06-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 23rd Annual tour Sunday, September 17, 1995 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West Liberty & Third St. There was no child care provided and children under 12 not allowed on tour. Cost $6.00 or 5.00 in advance, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features an outer pastel lilac border with white lace and a drawing of a table with a cup of tea, an arm holding a tour brochure near a lilac-lace-curtained window with a view of a yellow house through it. O 2007.027.07-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 24th Annual tour Sunday, September 22, 1996 from 12 to 6 pm. The tour began at the West Side United Methodist Church, 900 S. Seventh St. Cost $6.00 or 5.00 in advance, 5.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features an outer floral border with a drawing of house with peonies in front. O 2007.027.08-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 26th Annual tour Sunday, September 27, 1998 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 420 W. Liberty (corner of Third). No children under 12, shoes removed at the door. Cost $6.00 or 5.00 in advance, $5.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features an outer pastel green border, an inner white border with purple leaf swag and a drawing of a house and garden and picket fence. O 2007.027.09-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 27th Annual tour Sunday, September 26, 1999 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 520 W. Jefferson. No children under 12, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features two horizontal panels with line drawings of three houses separated by trees on each O 2007.027.10-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 28th Annual tour Sunday, September 24, 2000 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 420 W. Liberty, corner of Third St.. No children under 12, no backpacks or cameras, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a drawing of a the porch of a house with four Ionic columns with planter boxes between and two children sitting on the steps. O 2007.027.11-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 29th Annual tour Page 343 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

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Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

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Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2

Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2

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Sunday, September 23, 2001 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 520 W. Jefferson. No children under 12, no backpacks or cameras, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a drawing of the market on Jefferson with people seated outdoors. O 2007.027.12-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 30th Annual tour Sunday, September 22, 2002 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 420 W. Liberty at 3rd St.. No children under 12, no backpacks or cameras, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a drawing over a porch to a house across the street with a man watering the lawn. The drawing is inside a yellow border and on a green background. O 2007.027.13-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 31st Annual tour Sunday, September 21, 2003 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at Community of Christ Church, 520 W. Jefferson. No children under 12, no backpacks or cameras, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features a drawing of a tree-lined street in fall colors. O 2007.027.14-Poster Good OK One of a collection of 14 posters from the Old West Side Homes Tour. The poster is for the 32nd Annual tour Sunday, September 26, 2004 from 12 to 5 pm. The tour began at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 420 W. Liberty at 3rd St. No children under 12, no backpacks or cameras, shoes left at the door. Cost $8.00 or 7.00 in advance, $6.00 for seniors, with a list of places to purchase advance tickets. The poster features has a gray background with a drawing of the back of a Craftman style house and its yard inside a white border with green lines. O 2007.006.23-Chain, Key Good OK Small plastic cylinder, white with green ends and green drawing of a milk bottle and 'West Side Dairy, Ann Arbor', bead chain. One end unscrews--contains paper 'Fred Wurster, 332 S. Division, ph 4333' providing identification for return of key chain. O 2007.006.24-Holder, Coin Good OK Wurster, Kathleen Pink clear plastic cylinder, 'National Bank & Trust Company of Ann Arbor. Branches all around the town, also Milan, Michigan', holds $5, slot at top for depositing coins, bottom is flat so holder can stand and unscrews. O 2007.006.27-Portfolio Poor OK Wurster, Kathleen Letter portfolio, red leather with flip open flap, contains five inner sections. It contains letters, a statement of earnings and a copy of a survey. There is a paper label attached to the front 'Eugene K. Frueauff Attorney at Law Off. No. 3, Opera House, Ann Arbor, Michigan U. S. of A.' A series of holes on the side under the flap indicates that there was a piece of leather that formed two pockets was sewn on. The unattached section is inside. See container list for contents. O 2007.006.28-Portfolio Poor OK Wurster, Kathleen Letter portfolio, red/brown leather with flip open flap, contains five inner sections. It contains letters, tax Page 344 MOMS moveable shelves/20.5x16.5 gray drop front box #2 Pomerleau, Cynthia & Ovide

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receipts, agreements, mortgage and other personal papers of the Frueauff family. See container list for contents. O 75.001.2.1-Arrowhead Good OK Armbruster, Florence Collection of 34 arrowheads of various sizes measuring from 1.25"L to 3.75"L found on Fred Armbruster's farm in Scio Township. O 75.001.2.2-Stone, Worked Stone rounded at one end, flat at opposite end, 0.25" hole drilled in flat end. O 75.001.2.3-Coral Cylinder, coral or calcified wood or plant stalk O 75.001.2.4-Coral Cone shape, coral or calcified wood or plant stalk O 2007.011.1-Ticket Good OK Admission ticket for the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois good from May 1 to Oct. 30, 1893. One side of the ticket has a copy of a bas relief of Columbus on the left, is numbered 238152 and is signed by H.A. Higinbosham, President and A. F. Seeberger, Treasurer. There is a decorative black border. The words ' World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Admit the Bearer' and the dates are on the right printed over a red circular design. The reverse has a red design with 'Good for One Admission at Pay Gates.' It indicates that the paper was patented March 3, 1891. O 2006.032.22-Cutter, Doughnut Fair OK Tin circle with one fluted edge and one straight edge. There is a center circle (hole cutter) on a wire rod attached to a wire loop handle. The center can be rotated between the straight and fluted side of the outer circle. It can also be place sideways to allow for cutting biscuits without cutting a hole in the center. O W75.641-Bedspread Good Jacquard, reversibe, one-piece weaving in red wool and white cotton which is now creamy white, center medallion surrounded by open vines and flowers, leaf border appears on all four sides, date cartouche notes "1852", woven in "Ira Hadsell, Palmyra, New York" O W75.641-Bonnet Good On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Girl's, applied velveteen leaves, ribbon ties and fiber machine lace, silk lining stamped "Mrs. M.M. Tuttle Fine Millinery 60 Main St., Ann Arbor, Michigan." O W75.642-Painting Fair On Loan ?Bentley Oil on canvas in gilt gesso frame, "The Mill Race at Ann Arbor", painting in vertical composition of an idealized view of a bend in the Huron River with sailboats, a bluff to the left and a group of buildings in lower middle. O W75.643-Painting Fair On Loan MOMS moveable shelves Oil painting on artist's board, naive landscape, deer in central foreground is approaching a body of water flanked by trees. O 42-043.1-Comb Horn, ornamental, pierced work, scroll and scroll band with faceted jet beads Page 345 Fair On Loan Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate MOMS moveable shelves/gray French, Arthur document case #6 Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Armbruster, Florence Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Armbruster, Florence Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Armbruster, Florence

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ObjectID# / Objname O 42-043.2-Comb Ornamental, faux tortoise shell O W75.625.2-Chair O 87.03.22-Trunk Wicker, came packed with clothing O 2007.037.1.1-Coat

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Source Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate

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Storage MOMS moveable shelves/Blue Couch, Frances archival box/Handbags MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 49 Heyn, Ruth

Victorian side or piano chair, wood painted black, four spokes in back , rush woven seat

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Light yellow (or yellowed white) fake fur possibly mohair, body lined with quilted cotton, long sleeves lined with cotton, double breasted, six 1" mother of pearl buttons, child's. Note attached "Coat worn by Louetta when preschooler." O 2007.037.1.2-Hat Good OK Light yellow (or yellowed white) fake fur possibly mohair, lined with coarse weave cotton, silk ties O 2007.037.2-Dress Fair OK

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Heyn, Ruth

White, vertical strips of embroidered cotton with rows of pulled thread between each, long sleeves, 3 horizontal rows of tucks above hem and 2 rows on sleeves, 1.5" lace around sleeves, neck and yoke, opens in back (no buttons or snaps), child's. Note attached "Made by Grandmother Kahl for her children" O 2007.037.3-Bonnet Fair OK White, eyelet with lace trim, silk ties, child's. Note attached "Made by Grandmother Kahl for her children" O 2007.037.4-Drawers Good OK

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Heyn, Ruth

Heyn, Ruth

White, cotton, button holes in waistband, side closures, crocheted lace around leg hems, 3 rows of horizontal tucks above hems, child's. O 2007.037.5-Drawers Good OK White, cotton, button holes in waistband, side closures, crocheted lace around leg hems, 2 rows of horizontal tucks above hems, child's. O 2007.037.6-Apron Good OK White, organza, hem forms a V in front, 1" panel of crocheted lace 1" in from the edges, center panel with two emboridered symetrical floral and fleur-de-lis design surroneded by same 1" panel of crocheted lace as edge, ties missing O 2007.037.7-Dress Good OK Black cotton with white polka dots, two-piece. Top (a)--front hook and eye closure, three rows of narrow vertical pleats on each side, two wider partial pleats extend from shoulders front and back, material gathered at sewn in waistband with flounce below, hand-sewn repair patch on left front, long sleeves with plain button cuffs, collar. Skirt (b)--gathered at waist, drops to band of material about thigh length, second section of gathered material extends from band to floor. Note attached "a dress sewn and worn by Grandmother Kahl" (used a sewing machine) Page 346

Heyn, Ruth

Heyn, Ruth

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 75

Heyn, Ruth

ObjectID# / Objname O 2007.037.8-Gown, Dressing

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Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # 75

Source Heyn, Ruth

Blue cotton with allover white vine pattern, center opening with blue cotton section that extends full length, blue collar closes at top with hook and eye, bodicer lined with tan cotton which buttons from neck to waist with 10 mother of pearl buttons (2 are different and appear to be later replacements), floor length, long sleeves with fabric ruffle. Note attached "A morning dress sewn and worn by Grandmother Kahl" O 2007.037.9-Dress Good OK Bridesmaid, white dimity with allover pattern of blue flowers, long sleeves, floor length, 1/2" white eyelet lace aroundneck and sleeves, plain front, skirt gathered at waist, attached fabric belt with snap and hook and eye closure, back opening to waist with 5 fabric covered buttons. O 40-019.01-Lace Fragment Good OK Collection of twenty-five pieces of hand crocheted lace and a yarn flower, white except for a. a.) blue thread, narrow open border with two with two 3-petal flowers attached, 0.75" x 1" b.) fans attached to chain of thread, 0.5" x 4" c.) circle, 6 rows, 2.5" diam. d.) circle center with open border and shells in outer border, 3.25" diam. e.) small border attached to single crochet chain, 0.25" x 22.5" f.) open desing on chain edge, 0.75" x 1.5" g.) two repeats of open pattern with shell edge, 0.75" x 1.25" h.) circle, vey small, all joined chains, 1" diam. i.) filet crochet, 3-petal flowers, two repeats, 2.25" x 4" j.) circle, unfinished or just a 3/4 circle, 1.25" center with 0.75" border 3/4 of way around, 2.25" x 4" k.) circle, shell/fan border, 2.25" diam. l.)1" open border with attached petals, 1.75" x 4" m.) fans attached to chain of thread (same as b only made with larger hook), 7/8" x 3" n.) oval shape, petal of joined chains surrounded by open border, 2.25" x 3" o.) two bands of open crochet set at right angles to form half a fan, 1.25" x 10" to 1.25" x 7.25" p.) rick rack flowers with crocheted centers on a crocheted edge, flowers attached to edge and each other by chain stitch, 2" x 2.5" q.) band with shell stitch along one edge, 1.5" x 3" r.) circle, shells/fan stitch border, 2.25" s.) band of filet crochet, 2.5" x 6" t.) two stars with outer border, one star incomplete, 1.5" x 3" u.) pointed piece of filet-like crochet, 2.5" x 3" v.) circle, three layered center with outer border w.) border with two attached half-circles, 1.5" x 3" x.) border with two single crochet stars surrounded by open border, 1.5" x 4.75" y.) small bonnet-like shape with large 3" circle attached at top z.) crocheted flower of heavy crochet thread or yarn O 40-019.03-Trim Fair OK Two pieces, band of metallic thread, open weave with interwoven black thread, end of shorter piece sewn to a point, pieces may have been joined to form belt at one time

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Heyn, Ruth

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #33

Caroline A. Supe estate

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #33

Caroline A. Supe estate

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ObjectID# / Objname O 40-019.04-Trim

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Condition Fair

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #33

Source Caroline A. Supe estate

Four pieces, band black mesh with black beads sewn on in circles alternating with clusters, clear beads along each edge, longest piece is backed with black silk except for about 7" at each end and has 2" of beaded fringe at one end, hook part of hook and eye at one end of backing??belt O 40-019.05-Trim Fair OK Two pieces, band of black braiding with attached beads--seed beads and horizontal beads, O 40-019.06-Trim Black design with 10.5" long horizontal bead fringe off one en O 40-019.07-Trim Band of metallic and brown thread woven into X design O 40-019.08-Trim Band of woven metallic and brown thread O 40-019.09-Trim Good OK Good OK Good OK Good OK

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Caroline A. Supe estate

Caroline A. Supe estate

Caroline A. Supe estate

Caroline A. Supe estate

Caroline A. Supe estate

Band of woven metallic and brown and metallic and green thread with four strips of chenille threaded through lengthwise O 40-019.10-Trim Good OK Two bands of two strips o crocheted ovals joined by chain of crochet, clear beads along both edges and between the two strips, alternating green and pink sequins attached to ends of ovals O 40-019.02-Collar Black silk with cord trim and beads, detached from a garment O 2001.001.04-Scarf, Table Fair OK Good OK

Caroline A. Supe estate

Caroline A. Supe estate

White linen, square, pulled thread border 2" in from outer edge, emboridered leaf and stem design in each corner inside pulled thread border, 1.5" crocheted lace edging O 2001.001.07-Bag Fair OK Homespun cotton, in green on one side 'Fancy Kentucy Blue Grass Seed 5 lb. net when Packed Ostberg Seed Co. Chicago, Ill.' Stamped in black on the reverse 'Ky. Blue Grass Purity 85.00% Weeds 1.00% Inert 14.00%, Germination 80% Tested January 1938' O 38-154.2-Punch, Eyelet Fair OK

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Bach Home, by Ellen B. Bach

Punch for piercing dress stays or embroidery, 3.5"L turned wood handle with 1.25" steel point. Original register indicates 'Two punches for piercing dress stays or embroidery.' O 42-044.1-Comb Ornamental, horn, three-pronged, pierced floral desing in small flared panel Good On Loan Elizabeth Chase (Bailey) Knowlton estate

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2007.036.1-Cape

Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Haskell, Pat

Opera cape, black silk with overlay of net with silk scroll design, gathered chiffon border all around cape and stand-up collar, white silk lining, large hook and eye closure at neck. O 2008.005.1-Spoon Fair OK Folding, 3.25"L bone over metal handle with slot between for part of spoon to fold into with spoon bowl resting on handle. O 2008.005.2-Fork Fair OK Folding, three tines, 3.25"L bone over metal handle with slot between for part of fork to fold into with fork tines resting on handle. O 2008.005.3-Clamp Good OK Nose clamp, fine gold wire look with a 0.5" aluminum pad at each end and two 0.25" pads on either side of loop part way up from ends, medical device to aide breathing. Made by Breathe-Rite Co. Ann Arbor. ' Pat. apld for' stamped on the larger pads. In 4.25" x 2.5" flip open hard case lined with purple velvet. Printed directions for use included. O 2008.005.4-Box Good OK Small, square, white cardboard, "Schlanderer Jewelers Ann Arbor' in gold on top, contains small satin pouch with same words printed on it. O 2008.004.1-Dress Good OK Infant's, white cotton, long sleeves, lace around sleeves, neck and hem, yoke has alternating vertical strips of lace and eyelet surrounded by lace inset, two rows of lace inset separated by three rows of tucks, rear snap closure, skirt gathered from yoke, has two rows of lace inset separated by three rows of tucks. O 2008.004.2-Dress Good OK Infant's, white cotton, long sleeves, vertical rows of tucks and feather stitch emboridery in yoke, lace around neck and sleeves, rear button closure, may be a nightgown rather than a dress. O 2008.004.3-Nightgown Good OK Infant's, white cotton, 3/4 sleeves, satin stitch scalloped edge around neck, sleeves and hem, pulled thread border forms ruffle at end of sleeve, pulled thread center section of yoke, embroidered flowers and French knots, rear button closure with tiny buttons. O 2008.004.4-Nightgown Good OK Infant's, white cotton, long sleeves, sections of 4 rows of tiny vertical tucks on front, large tucks on back, sleeve hems, neck and placket edged in pink, pulled thread borders form ruffle at ends of sleeve and around neck, front button closure, placket embroidered 'Sleep Baby Darling' in pink, label '2 Made in France' in neck. O 2008.004.5-Bib Good OK Infant's, white cotton, two layers--bottom edged with lace edged ruffle, upper embroidered with flowers and leaves, hook closure, label 'Made in France fro Strawbridge & Clothier' O 67.004.2-Box, Hat Cardboard, oval, top ties to bottom, wire handle on top, black paper, label 'Fashionable Extra Quality Opera Hat Dunlop & Co. wholesale off. and agency div. 180 Fith Ave., 2nd floor, N.Y., retail stores Fifth Ave. Broadway, Palmer House, Chicago & Phil. for credited agencys in all the Principal Cities Factories Silk Page 349 MOMS moveable shelves /Advertising box #1 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 Wineberg, Susan MOMS/Large gray plastic box Wineberg, Susan #1 MOMS/Large gray plastic box Wineberg, Susan #1 Wineberg, Susan

Taylor, Nancy E.

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49 MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49

Taylor, Nancy E.

Taylor, Nancy E.

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49

Taylor, Nancy E.

MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box #49

Taylor, Nancy E.

Elsie Steeb

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Felt, Straw and Opera Hats Park & Nostard Aves. Sanfried & Ellery St. Brooklyn Silk Mitts Park Ave. & Sanford St. Brooklyn', Greek key design around words. O 38-078.2-Strop Fair OK Byron Finney estate 13.5" L overall, 4" handle, 9/5x1.5" strop, In box 'Emerson's Elastic Razor Strap' with direction on case and a history of the company O 2008.011.1-Banner Good OK Wineberg, Susan Blue ribbon attached to ribbon loop at each end. Each loop is wired to a green pointed stick. 'Founding Father of the Faith' in gold serif glued to ribbon O 2008.011.4.1-Fan Good OK Wineberg, Susan Cardboard handscreen, square with rounded corners, one side bears a picture of Jesus knocking at a door. On the reverse 'Muehlig Funeral Chapel 403 S. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor, Michigan (734) 663-3375 "Serving Washtenaw County Since 1852"' and an oval with brees and 'Dignity Memorial'. The 8" flat wood handle is stapled to the fan and extends 4.25" below it. O 2008.011.4.2-Fan Good OK Wineberg, Susan Cardboard handscreen, 8-sided stop sign shape, one side has a red ground with white letters 'Stop at Different Attitude Home of the #5 pipe 105 S. First Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48104 930-6699 Come see the great wall of Bongs!'. Reverse white with red stamp 'shipped Dec. 4, 1997. The 8" flat wood handle is stapled to the fan and extends 4.5" below it. O 2008.011.4.3-Fan Good OK Wineberg, Susan Cardboard handscreen, triangular shape with top side and corners rounded, one side has a red ground with yellow and blue letters 'I'm a Fan! with a blue flag containing a yellow block M between the words, and 'www.umalumni.com' and 'Alumni Association of the University of Michigan' along edge. Reverse is similar but without Alumni Association of UM. The 8" flat wood handle is stapled to the fan and extends 4" below it. O 2008.007.1-Hat Good OK Peterik, Caroline Hat form of tan starched net with brim of woven straw, brown grosgrain ribbon above brim, crown coveed with large shaded tan to ecru flowers and 2 springs of smaller flowers. The whole hat is covered with tan hairnet. O 2008.007.2-Hat Good OK Peterik, Caroline Hat form of pink starched net covered with pink cotton twill, attached pink flowers around brim and on top of hat, label inside 'Union made' O W75.458.18-Knife, Carving Bone handle, Sheffield imprinted on blade O 2008.013-Carriage, Baby Good OK Fair OK MOMS/Large gray plastic box Howard Efner # 1 in small box Storage Shultz, Cameron

Turned wood spindle sides, wood and metal frame, metal wheels, umbrella attached by metal holder, yellow upholstered cushion. Date of 1892 found on bottom of carriage, patent date--umbrella-June 17, 1884, umbrella holder-April 1, 1881. O 2008.014-Rack, Spice Good OK MOMS moveable shelves Kosky, Sue Wooden, wall-mounted, two shelves and set of 17 white glass spice bottles. Each bottle has black letters and a green metal screw and measures 1.75" W x 1.75" D x 4"H. On each bottle is "Purified (spice name) Griffiths'" Page 350

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Collection

Condition Good

Status OK

Home location MOMS moveable shelves

Source Blake, Rosemarion

Beige silk crepe, sleeveless, scoop neck, box-pleated skirt that drops at center front and back, side zipper, thread belt loops (no belt), beaded loop trim forms straps that attach front of dress to back over shoulder, beads are long copper-colored and sewn to material in rows, There is a matching short double-breasted jacket with long sleeves, peter pan collar, fabric covered buttons, shoulder pads. Label in jacket "distinctively Junior Accents'" and a smaller red label 'Lot 11 size 11' O 2008.016.1-Ashtray Good OK Crusius, Richard White porcelain, 'ANN ARBOR' in blue, red A with right leg lengthened over blue map of Michigan, 'research center of the midwest' in red, four cigarette rest slots around rim O 2008.016.2-Lighter Good OK Crusius, Richard Silver case with hinged lid, 0.75" UM seal attached to one side, 'Saks Fifth Avenue University Shop 332 South State Street Ann Arbor, Mich.' stamped on opposing side. Stamped 'O S C Overseas Service Corp. Japan' on bottom O 2008.016.3-Lighter Good OK Crusius, Richard Silver case with hinged lid, engraved circle with triangle logo and 'Argus' inside circle, 'Beta One Hundred Wind Profile LIghter' engraved on bottom O 2008.017.1-Kettle O 2008.018.03-Sign, Trade Good Good OK OK MOMS moveable shelves D Buttrum, Carole Wineberg, Susan Black, cast iron, wire rod handle, small extension with ring on rim, 6.75" ring base Metal bar embossed "Coppes Napanee, Napanee, Indiana" and circle in center with head of woman trademark. There are two prongs on the back for attaching the bar to a cabinet. A typed note on the back indicates "UM President's House kitchen installed 1961; removed 2002." O 2008.018.04-Plate, Butter Good OK Wineberg, Susan White china with blue transfer drawing of building. 'C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Ann Arbor, Michigan' in yellow around the drawing. The edge of the dish has an embossed bead around the rim. O 2008.018.05-Trivet Good OK Wineberg, Susan White ceramic tile, black transfer drawing of tower and surroundings with 'Burton Memorial Carillon Tower Ann Arbor, Michgan' beneath. There is a cork backing with hanger loop attached to back. The tile is in a white box with 'Nash - Co E.T. Nash Mdse. Co., N.Y.3' in a gold oval surrounding a tulip. There is a price sticker on the tile 'John Leidy Ann Arbor, Mich. 3.00' O 2008.018.06-Fan Fair OK Wineberg, Susan Handscreen, rectangular, cardboard, print of house with couple looking at paper or plans in foreground. Reverse-'The C. A. Sauer Co. for Lumber or Millwork and Builders' Supplies Quality and Service 543 S. Main Phone 6214. Flat wooden 11" handle stapled on and extends 5.75" below cardboard O 2008.018.07-Novelty Good OK Wineberg, Susan Puff ball figure, blue with white chefs cap and googly eyes, pink feet with white peel-off paper. Attached ribbon ' "Jiffy" Mixes.' '1998' written on bottom of feet in pencil O 2008.018.08-Wallet Good OK Wineberg, Susan Brown leather trifold, man's, has plastic sections labelled with cards with an eagle on each--vehicle Page 351

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registration, rationing cards, Social Security cards, Identification cards, bridge tickets, aeroplane passes, gas rationing cards, drivers licenses, railroad passes. O 2008.018.09-Yo-yo Good OK Wineberg, Susan Yellow plastic, 'YOHA Year of Humanities & Arts University of Michigan www.yoha.umich.edu' on one side. No string O 2008.018.10-Ornament, Good OK Christmas Tree Three dimensional piecred metal, gold, 'John Leidy Shop Inc., 1951-2001' with '50' in center, gold cord hanger. In blue box with clear plastic top with 'Tamerlane Collection' O 2008.018.11-Pin Metal pinbutton, white background with "Save the Frieze' in red. O 2008.018.12-Chain, Key O 2008.018.18.1-Matchbook O 2008.018.18.2-Matchbook Good Good Good OK OK OK Wineberg, Susan Wineberg, Susan Wineberg, Susan Whistle, blue plastic rectangle with 'Neighbors Care Old West Side Association' in black. Gold bead chain. White background, green letters, 'Mountain Jack's Beef Seafood Spirits' and drawing of sunset and pine trees. Red background, white lettering 'Toni's Apartment Supper Club'. On reverse white background with red lettering 'Coctails Dining Entertainment 2200 fuller Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan across from the V. A. Hospital.' Inside--black background with white map showing location. O 2008.018.18.3-Matchbook Good OK Wineberg, Susan Orange background, white geometric design and lettering 'Forbidden City Exotic Chinese Foods serving Peking-style dishes 3535 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105. On reverse--white background with red/orange letters 'Peking Duck Mongolia Beef Mo-Shu Pork Featuring Imperial Drinks.' Inside are illustrated instructions on how to use chopsticks. O 2008.018.18.4-Matchbook Good OK Wineberg, Susan White background with red letters 'Daisy Market Complete Food Store 118 West Washington Street Phone NO. 22596 Ann Arbor.' On reverse green background with Santa and reindeers over houses and 'Merry Christmas'. Across top fold 'Happy New Year.' O 2008.018.19-Carton Good OK Wineberg, Susan Plastic coated folding cardboard, white and brown, 'Bolgos Chocolate Flavored Milk one pint Bolgos Farms Bolgos Dairy, Inc. 3601 Plymouth Road Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 O 2008.018.14.01-Clothes, Doll Dress--white cotton, short sleeves, blue ribbon trim O 2008.018.14.02-Clothes, Doll Robe--white fleece, collar Fair OK Fair OK MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # MOMS moveable shelves/Acid-free box # Wineberg, Susan Good OK Wineberg, Susan Wineberg, Susan

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ObjectID# / Objname O 2008.018.14.03-Clothes, Doll

Collection

Condition Fair

Status OK

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