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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.31.7.2 Lantern, tallow No candle in the lantern. The lantern is made of hammered and cut metal.There is a handle and a hinged door to place a tallow candle. 00.31.7.2 (Lantern, tallow) image
2 1973.56.24 Box Antique red velvet with raised diamond shapes on lid. Brass clasp, silk lining. Color: RD 1973.56.24 (Box) image
3 1974.2 Clock Antique. Roman numeral face with Arabic numeral alarm face. Rouser Alarm Clock bought on college street.
4 1980.47.3 Lantern Battery operated, housing for dry cell battery, base of housing embossed, "STARLITE 222, STAR HEADLIGHT & LANTERN CO. HONEOYE FALLE, N.Y. U.S.A., SINCE 1899"; threaded, twin bulb, clear plastic light fitting, with mirror reflector and side mounted switch; tubular aluminum handle riveted to lantern body.
5 1989.43.722 Box Flowers and a girl carved on the outside and inside.
6 1989.43.895 Box Dark brown with a tiny clasp on the front; very smooth.
7 2020-20-19 Nut A large metal nut from a wind turbine. The nut says "Acciona Windpower: America's First AW3000 Turbine 8.29.12" 2020-20-19 (Nut) image
8 2020-20-20 Paperweight Cast Aluminum paperweight in the shape of gear that says "Expand your Horizons: SWE" Expanding Your Horizons is a conference for girls in middle school and includes hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The ultimate goal is to motivate girls to become innovative and creative thinkers ready to meet 21st Century challenges.  SWE stands for The Society of Women Engineers which is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering and technology. 2020-20-20 (Paperweight) image
9 UNIM1988.11.402 Box, Handkerchief Top opens and all four sides stand seperately. Straw floral design on top of sides, two pieces of bark are sewn together with straw binding. A 1 1/8" ruffle is around edges. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: multi