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Fireplace in Howland House, Plymouth, Mass.

Accession Number: 0000.1751.27

Collection: Library - Images

Object: Postcard

Date Made: no earlier than 1936

Description:
Fireplace in Howland House, Plymouth, Mass. Sepia-tone image shows a woman in Colonial dress posed at spinning wheel in front of a fireplace. A cooking pot hangs inside the fireplace and others are in view at the hearth. A ladderback chair with cane seat and a braided rug can also be seen. Artvue Post Card Co., New York, N.Y. [No earlier than 1936] 14 x 9 cm.

Subject:
Spinning-wheel; Plymouth (Mass.); Spinning--Hand--Spinning wheel

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