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  1. American
    Bannerstone, Distaff Head

    1900–1960
    Stone
    63.119
  2. American
    Bannerstone

    1900–1960
    Stone
    63.118
  3. American
    Bannerstone

    1900–1960
    Stone
    63.117
  4. American
    "H" Shaped Bannerstone

    1900–1960
    Stone
    63.116
  5. American
    Butterfly-shaped Bannerstone

    1900–1960
    Stone
    63.115
  6. American
    Bannerstone, Winged Butterfly Type

    1900–1960
    Hard stone
    63.114
  7. American
    Bannerstone, Winged Butterfly Type

    1900–1960
    Hard stone
    63.113
  8. American
    Bannerstone, Notched Butterfly Type

    4000–1000 BC
    Light colored hard stone
    63.112
  9. Probably John Goddard
    American, 1723–1785
    Card Table

    c. 1760–1780
    Mahogany; pine, white oak, and maple
    B.99.25
  10. Probably Edmund Townsend
    American, 1736/7–1811
    Desk and Bookcase

    c. 1765–1785
    Mahogany (primary), eastern white pine (secondary); chestnut (top of desk, backing for two drawer dividers, and bottoms of exterior drawers); yellow poplar (backing for one drawer divider and sides of the exterior drawers); cedar (shelves in bookcase)
    B.99.24
  11. American
    Armchair

    c. 1640–1690
    Black cherry and hickory
    B.98.19
  12. American
    Pier Table

    c. 1825–1830
    Mahogany; cherry, tulip poplar, marble, mirror glass
    B.98.13
  13. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1670–1700
    Cherry and unidentified secondary woods
    B.97.6
  14. American
    Box

    1840–1870
    Painted and gilded pine
    B.96.15
  15. American
    Emery cushion

    1865–1870
    Silk, metal straight pins
    B.96.10
  16. American
    Great Chair

    c. 1640–1685
    White oak
    B.94.11
  17. Thomas Natt
    American, active 1809–1841
    Dressing Box

    1825–1835
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, holly, yellow-poplar, brass, and mirror glass
    B.94.8
  18. American
    Looking Glass

    c. 1800–1825
    Maple, possibly other unidentified woods, mirrored glass
    B.93.19
  19. American
    Cupboard

    c. 1670–1700
    Red oak and red maple; white pine and western red cedar
    B.93.11
  20. Lewis Thorn
    American, c. 1817–after 1870, active 1844–1852
    Patent Model for an Extension Dining Table

    c. 1851
    Walnut; eastern white pine, yellow-poplar, cucumber tree, and white oak
    B.93.10
  21. American
    Camp or Field Bed

    c. 1800–1815
    Birch, soft maple, eastern white pine, linen canvas, and leather
    B.93.3
  22. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany and holly; ash
    B.92.11.2
  23. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany and holly; ash
    B.92.11.1
  24. Probably Thomas Spencer
    American, 1752–1840
    Bureau Table

    c. 1780–1785
    Mahogany; mahogany, eastern white pine, chestnut, soft maple, and yellow poplar
    B.92.6
  25. American
    Sofa

    c. 1810–1820
    Maple, cane, and ivory
    B.92.5
  26. American
    Armchair

    c. 1785–1815
    Ash; painted and gilded, composition decoration; original linen and horsehair foundation; gilded brass tacks; and modern silk cover
    B.91.51
  27. American
    Bellows

    c.1825–1850
    Wood, leather, and paint
    B.91.26
  28. Charles del Vecchio
    American, born Italy, 1786–1854
    Looking Glass

    c. 1830–1837
    Mahogany and cherry; eastern white pine, soft maple, brass, and mirror glass
    B.90.16
  29. Benjamin Henry Latrobe
    American, born England, 1764–1820
    Pair of Side Chairs

    1808
    Gessoed, painted and gilded yellow poplar, oak, maple, and eastern white pine with cane
    B.90.9.1,.2
  30. American
    Couch

    c. 1720–1740
    Soft maple
    B.90.5

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