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  1. American
    Side Chair

    1810–1825
    Mahogany, ebony, and rosewood; ash, eastern white pine, and brass
    B.69.72.2
  2. American
    Girandole Mirror

    c. 1810–1815
    Pine, gesso, gilt paint, ebonized wood, glass, and brass
    B.69.73
  3. American
    Chest-on-Chest

    c. 1760–1800
    Mahogany; mahogany, Atlantic white cedar, yellow-poplar, white oak, and southern yellow pine
    B.69.74
  4. American
    High Chest of Drawers

    c. 1760–1800
    Mahogany; mahogany, Atlantic white cedar, cedar, southern yellow pine, and yellow-poplar
    B.69.75
  5. American
    Side Chair

    1750–1780
    Mahogany; mahogany and southern yellow pine
    B.69.76.1
  6. American
    Side Chair

    1750–1780
    Mahogany; mahogany and southern yellow pine
    B.69.76.2
  7. American
    Side Chair

    1755–1800
    Mahogany; yellow-poplar, southern yellow pine, and Atlantic white cedar
    B.69.77.1
  8. American
    Side Chair

    1755–1800
    Mahogany; yellow-poplar, southern yellow pine, and Atlantic white cedar
    B.69.77.2
  9. American
    Dressing Table

    1760–1800
    Black walnut; black walnut, yellow-poplar and Atlantic white cedar
    B.69.78
  10. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1755–1800
    Mahogany; southern yellow pine, Atlantic white cedar, and yellow-poplar
    B.69.80
  11. American
    Commode

    c. 1800–1825
    Mahogany; mahogany, eastern white pine, yellow-poplar, and cedrela
    B.69.83
  12. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1810–1820
    Mahogany; ash
    B.69.87.1
  13. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1810–1820
    Mahogany; ash
    B.69.87.2
  14. possibly by John Goddard
    American, 1723–1785
    Card Table

    c. 1755–1785
    Mahogany; soft maple, eastern white pine, and red cedar
    B.69.88
  15. American
    High Chest of Drawers

    c. 1750–1800
    Mahogany; chestnut, southern yellow pine, eastern white pine, and yellow-poplar
    B.69.89
  16. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1735–1795
    Black walnut; soft maple
    B.69.90.1
  17. American
    Side Chair (one of a pair)

    c. 1735–1795
    Black walnut; soft maple
    B.69.90.2
  18. attributed to John Townsend
    American, 1732–1809
    Bureau Table

    c. 1760–1780
    Mahogany; chestnut and yellow-poplar
    B.69.91
  19. American
    Sewing Table

    c. 1880–1890
    Unidentified wood, paint, mother of pearl, gilding
    B.69.126
  20. American
    Work Table

    1785–1830
    Black cherry and unidentified inlay; eastern white pine
    B.69.127
  21. American
    Lolling Chair

    c. 1810–1825
    Mahogany and birch; birch and eastern white pine
    B.69.128
  22. American
    Card Table

    c. 1785–1820
    Mahogany, satinwood, and unidentified inlay; yellow-poplar, white oak, hickory, and southern yellow pine
    B.69.129
  23. American
    Card Table

    c. 1740–1750
    Mahogany; mahogany, black walnut, soft maple, eastern white pine, and basswood
    B.69.132
  24. American
    Dressing Table

    c. 1730–1775
    Black walnut, inlay; eastern white pine
    B.69.134
  25. American
    Side Chair

    1750–1800
    Mahogany, birch; birch
    B.69.135.1
  26. American
    Side Chair

    1750–1800
    Mahogany, birch; birch
    B.69.135.2
  27. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1750–1800
    Mahogany, birch; birch
    B.69.135.3
  28. American
    Side Chair

    c. 1750–1800
    Mahogany, birch; birch
    B.69.135.4
  29. Attributed to Nathaniel Gould
    American, 1734–1782
    Chest of Drawers

    1760–1800
    Mahogany; eastern white pine
    B.69.136
  30. American
    Bedstead

    1750–1800
    Mahogany
    B.69.137

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