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U.S.A.; United States of America

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    Glass

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Glass, late 18th century
    Glass
    Mary B. Jackson Fund 42.067

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    Music stand

    Wharton Esherick
    American, 1887-1970
    Music stand, 1962
    Cherrywood
    111.1 x 48.3 cm (43 3/4 x 19 inches)
    The Felicia Fund 1988.002

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    Tumbler

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Tumbler, late 18th century-early 19th century
    Glass with gilding
    Height: 8.6 cm (3 3/8 inches)
    Gift of Miss Mary Anne Greene 25.070.1

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    Betsy Ross-Liberty Bell

    H.R. Mallinson & Co.
    American, 1915-1937
    Betsy Ross-Liberty Bell, 1929
    Silk
    Length: 83.8 cm (33 inches) (average)
    Gift of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities 57.083.100K

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    Flask

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Flask, early 19th century
    Glass
    21.6 x 16 cm (8 1/2 x 6 5/16 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 03.006

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    Gazelle en Fer

    After Edgar Brandt
    French, 1880-1960
    Orinoko Mills, manufacturer
    American
    Gazelle en Fer, ca. 1925
    Cotton; rayon
    154.9 x 129.5 cm (61 x 51 inches)
    Edgar J. Lownes Fund 1995.056

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    Bottle

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Bottle, late 18th century-early 19th century
    Glass
    Height: 24 cm (9 7/16 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. A. E. Arnold 03.007

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    Puppet Ballet

    Riverdale Fabrics, manufacturer
    Jacqueline Groag, designer
    Puppet Ballet, 1953
    Cotton; plain weave, screenprinted
    Length: 229.9 cm (90 1/2 inches)
    Edgar J. Lownes Fund 1998.80.1

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    Two Men Walking Away from Each Other in the Form of a Table

    Robert Trotman, cabinetmaker
    American, b. 1947
    Two Men Walking Away from Each Other in the Form of a Table, 1990
    Linden with dye
    96.5 x 45.7 cm (38 x 18 inches)
    Museum purchase with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts 1990.024

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    Witch Ball

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Witch Ball, 19th century
    Glass
    Diameter: 10.6 cm (4 3/16 inches)
    Gift of the estate of Harriet H. Tyler 24.130

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    Flip Glass

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Flip Glass, late 18th century
    Glass
    Height: 15.9 cm (6 1/4 inches)
    Gift of Colonel Webster Knight II 53.401

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    Bottle

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Bottle, late 18th century
    Glass
    32.5 x 15.1 x 11.1 cm (12 13/16 x 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 17.092

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    Women's shoes

    Unknown artist, American, U.S.A.; United States of America
    Women’s shoes, 1810s
    Silk plain weave with silk embroidery and leather trim
    Length: 24.8 cm (9 3/4 inches)
    Gift of Mrs. Paul Fletcher 82.076.10

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    Suit worn by Richard Merkin

    F.L. Dunne and Company, New York and Boston
    Suit worn by Richard Merkin, 1968
    Wool twill-weave, cotton plain-weave shirt
    Gift of Richard Merkin 1999.65.2