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  1. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  2. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  3. J. & W. Cary
    London, c. 1791–1850
    Terrestrial Globe

    c. 1791, updated 1831
    Satinwood, paper, and brass
    2016.346
  4. Probably John Cuff
    English, 1708–1792
    Cuff-type Miniature Microscope

    c. 1760
    Brass, glass, ivory, mahogany box
    BF.2009.3
  5. Maria Del Carmen Fernandez
    Mexican, 1819–c. 1890
    Sampler

    c. 1830
    Silk on linen
    B.2013.30
  6. John Fenno, Jr.
    American, c. 1732–1815
    Fire Bucket

    1815
    Leather, iron, oil paint, and varnish
    B.2013.1
  7. Nathaniel Hill
    English, 1708–1768
    Pocket Globe

    1754
    Paper maché, engraving on paper with hand-coloring, housed in a fish skin case
    BF.2012.3.A,.B
  8. Kajikawa School
    Japanese, active 17th–19th centuries
    Sagemono: Inro featuring sea life

    19th century
    Lacquer, gold, wood, bone, mother-of-pearl, silver, bronze
    2018.205
  9. George C. Osborne
    c. 1784–1837
    Artist's Paint Box

    c. 1828–1832
    Mahogany and mixed media
    B.2003.10
  10. Lutisha Pettway
    American, 1925 - 2001
    Quilt

    c. 1950
    Cotton and denim
    2002.414
  11. Benjamin Rittenhouse
    American, 1740–1825
    Surveyor's Plain Compass

    c. 1775
    Brass, steel, silvering, wax composition, and glass
    B.2017.7
  12. Yoruba peoples, Owo group
    Diviner's Tapper, Iroke Ifa

    18th century
    Ivory with dark wood inlay
    2016.106
  13. Akan peoples
    Urn

    1875–1970
    Wood and gold leaf
    97.1419
  14. Akan peoples (probably)
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton
    97.768
  15. Akan peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton, rayon
    97.767
  16. Akan peoples
    Kente Cloth

    1900–1975
    Cotton
    97.765
  17. Senufo peoples
    Heddle Pulley with Bird Head

    1900–1930
    Wood
    91.1523
  18. Senufo peoples
    Heddle Pulley with Stylized Bird Head

    1900–1930
    Wood
    91.1522
  19. Lower Niger Valley people
    Head Bell (Omo)

    1600–1700
    Bronze
    75.7
  20. Bamana peoples
    Zoomorphic Door Lock, Konbalabala

    1900–1915
    Wood
    71.10.A-.C
  21. Tablecloth

    Second quarter 20th century
    Cotton, eyelet work embroidery
    2009.531
  22. American
    Finished Berlin Work Canvas for Men's Slippers (one of a pair)

    c. 1850–1860
    Wool, silk, and canvas
    B.2005.17.2
  23. American
    Sewing Box

    c. 1820–1850
    Cardboard, cotton, and wallpaper
    B.2002.16.A,.B
  24. American
    Thread Caddy

    c. 1830–1860
    Mahogany
    B.2002.13
  25. American
    Thread Caddy

    c. 1820–1870
    Maple
    B.2002.9
  26. American
    Appliquéd and Pieced Quilt

    c. 1860–1870
    Cotton
    B.99.23
  27. American
    Memorial Embroidered Picture

    c. 1805–1815
    Silk, linen, and gouache
    B.86.13
  28. American
    Bellows

    1785–1815
    Mahogany and unidentified inlay; white oak
    B.83.1
  29. Classic Veracruz
    Hacha in the Form of a Skull

    600–900
    Greenstone
    2018.38
  30. Siguas
    Short Poncho

    100 BC–300 AD
    Camelid wool yarns and natural dyes
    2016.59

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