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  1. Probably Susan Parker
    American, dates unknown
    Fishing Party

    c. 1815
    Watercolor on wove paper
    B.55.18
  2. Gibson & Davis
    American, partnership active c. 1801–1820
    Square Piano

    c. 1810–1815
    Painted and gilded mahogany, mahogany veneer, satinwood, soft maple, and holly; yellow-poplar, holly, beech, basswood, cherry, soft maple, eastern white pine, hemlock, mahogany, and ash
    B.57.4
  3. 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
  4. Attributed to John and Thomas Seymour
    American, partnership 1794–1804
    Tambour Desk

    c. 1794–1810
    Mahogany and unidentified inlay; eastern white pine and red oak
    B.65.12
  5. Küchler & Himmel
    New Orleans, active 1852–1853
    Goblet

    c. 1852–1853
    Silver
    B.70.50
  6. Made or retailed by Burnett & Rigden
    Georgetown, District of Columbia, 1796–1806
    Tumbler

    c. 1801–1806
    Silver
    B.82.20
  7. Wood & Hughes
    American, active 1845–1899
    Butter Knife

    c. 1849
    Silver
    B.88.18
  8. Henry S. Sadd
    English, active c. 1832– c. 1852
    Union

    c. 1861
    Engraving on wove paper, second state
    B.91.22
  9. Friedrich Krebs
    American, active 1790–1815
    Birth and Baptismal Certificate

    1798
    Ox gall ink, watercolor, and engraving on laid paper
    B.97.13
  10. Dorothea Lange
    American, 1895–1965
    Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California

    March 1936, printed 1976
    Gelatin silver print
    76.396

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