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  1. Attributed to Solomon Fussell
    American, born England, c. 1704–1762
    Side Chair

    c. 1735–1750
    Soft maple
    B.58.148.1
  2. Attributed to Solomon Fussell
    American, born England, c. 1704–1762
    Side Chair

    c. 1735–1750
    Soft maple
    B.58.148.2
  3. American
    Bedstead

    c. 1750–1770
    Poplar (probably aspen), soft maple
    B.59.1
  4. American
    Tea Table

    1750–1800
    Mahogany; hard maple
    B.59.33
  5. American
    Dressing Table

    c. 1740–1800
    Cherry; eastern white pine
    B.59.70
  6. American
    Table

    c. 1700–1730
    Black walnut; soft maple, chestnut, and eastern white pine
    B.59.71
  7. American
    Sofa

    1750–1801
    Mahogany; red oak, yellow-poplar, southern yellow pine, white oak, and eastern white pine
    B.59.73
  8. American
    Slab Table

    c. 1760–1800
    Mahogany; southern yellow pine, white oak, and yellow-poplar; marble
    B.59.82
  9. Case by unidentified American maker
    American maker
    Tall Clock

    c. 1765–1785
    Mahogany; chestnut, white oak, black cherry, eastern white pine, southern yellow pine, and cherry
    B.59.83
  10. American
    Easy Chair

    c. 1730–1800
    Black walnut and soft maple; soft maple
    B.59.95
  11. Probably Christopher Townsend
    American, 1701–1787
    Dressing Table

    c. 1750–1760
    Mahogany; yellow-poplar, eastern white pine, and chestnut
    B.59.96
  12. American
    Candlestand

    18th century
    Wrought iron
    B.59.127
  13. American
    Armchair

    c. 1763–1771
    Mahogany; white oak
    B.60.30
  14. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1735–1765
    Black walnut and soft maple
    B.60.31.1
  15. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1735–1765
    Black walnut and soft maple
    B.60.31.2
  16. American
    Great Chair

    c. 1670–1700
    Soft maple and white oak
    B.60.32
  17. American
    Armchair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.1
  18. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.2
  19. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.3
  20. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.4
  21. American
    Armchair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.5
  22. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.6
  23. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.7
  24. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany; eastern white pine, ash, red oak, sweetgum, and black cherry
    B.60.37.8
  25. Movement by Nathan Howell
    American, 1740/41–1784, active c. 1762–1784
    Tall Clock

    c. 1762–1784
    Black cherry; eastern white pine and yellow-poplar
    B.60.48
  26. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1740–1760
    Black walnut; soft maple
    B.60.51
  27. American
    Candlestand

    c. 1710–1730
    Maple
    B.60.52
  28. American
    Easy Chair

    c. 1780–1800
    Mahogany; soft maple and birch
    B.60.84
  29. American
    Easy Chair

    c. 1750–1800
    Mahogany; maple, white pine, and original wool needlework on linen canvas
    B.60.89
  30. American
    Easy Chair

    c. 1730–1775
    Soft maple; soft maple, eastern white pine, and elm.
    B.60.90

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