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Glass insulators were first produced in the 1850's for use with telegraph lines. As technology developed insulators were needed for telephone lines, electric power lines, and other applications. In the mid 1960's a few people began collecting these…
An apothecary scale from Whitall Tatum & Co.
A Union Crayon Co. crayon box that held one grosss dustless school crayons, manufactured in Lowell, Massachusetts.
7 assorted wooden thread spools. These spools are no longer made - only plastic is used now.
A black, iron inkwell.
A pin from the ARP Women's Defense Corps that was worn during the WW II time period by Ellen F. Sheridan.
The articles include: 2 muslin dresses for a doll, 2 blankets, 2 shirts, 1 hat, 1 pair of light blue shoes, 1 pair of long stockings, and 2 wraps, from the late nineteenth century.
An agenda for a celebration honoring World War I returning soldiers and sailors from St. Bridget's Parish, Wednesday, April 23, 1919.