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Catalog # Name Description
1 ED2019-169 Sweater A school uniform sweater of the Scoil Oilibhéir primary school in Cork, Ireland. The patch on the left shoulder reads "Deo Gratias - Scoil Oilibhéir." It's a size 28 and made by the Deer Park Ireland brand. ED2019-169 (Sweater) image
2 ED2019-170 Drum, Bodhrán A bodhrán drum which originates from Ireland. ED2019-170 (Drum, Bodhrán) image
3 ED2019-171 Stick, Hurley Wooden stick used in the Irish sport of hurling.  ED2019-171 (Stick, Hurley) image
4 ED2019-172 Ball, Hurley A ball used for the sport of hurling ED2019-172 (Ball, Hurley) image
5 ED2019-173 Shoe Irish ghillies. A and B. Ghillies are soft shoes worn by women in Irish dance. Size 2 and made by the Irish "Inishfree" brand. ED2019-173 (Shoe) image
6 ED2019-174 Whistle, Penny Also called a tin whistle or a flageolet. Six holed woodwind instrument. Most closely associated with traditional Irish and Australian music.  ED2019-174 (Whistle, Penny) image
7 ED2019-70 Castanet A and B - pair of red castanets with handles. Popular in music throughout Southern Europe such as Spain, Greece, and Italy. ED2019-70 (Castanet) image
8 ED2021-11 Doily An off-white crochet doily from Bosnia. Circular designs joined to create a diamond shape.  ED2021-11 (Doily) image
9 ED2021-116 Book A book from Bosnia which includes 12 oral, epic poems and a brief background on the oral literature of the Bosniak ethnic group. Written in Bosnian. The title is  "Od Đerzelez Alije do Tala Ličanina, izbor iz usmene epike Bošnjaka" which translates to "From Đerzelez Allije to Tala Ličanina, a selection from the oral history of Bosniaks." The author is Denana Buturović and this edition was published in 1997. ED2021-116 (Book) image
10 ED2021-12 Doily A Bosnian off-white crochet doily. Circular design with picot edge.  ED2021-12 (Doily) image
11 ED2021-125 Handkerchief A translucent, tourist handkerchief from Norway. Along the border of the piece are 12 boxes, each labeled with a different month and an image representing a different Norwegian city. In the middle of the piece is the word "NORGE" in red lettering with the words "Norway - Norwegen - Norvège - Noruega" surrounding it. ED2021-125 (Handkerchief) image
12 ED2021-128 Game, Mikado Spiel A set a Mikado pick-up sticks. This game originated in Europe and is a popular educational game for children. This set contains 31 sticks with varying stripes and an instruction sheet with directions written in French, German, English, Dutch, and Danish. The cover of the set reads "Mikado Spiel" with an image of 7 sticks above the words and the box is made entirely of a light-colored wood. ED2021-128 (Game, Mikado Spiel) image
13 ED2021-146 Slippers A pair of red and brown Bosnian slippers called priglavci.  ED2021-146 (Slippers) image
14 ED2021-184 Jersey A Corcaigh (Cork County) hurling jersey from Ireland. The front contains the words "O'Neills" and "O2" and images of the Corcaigh logo and the GAA (Gaelic Athletic League) logo. The back says "Corcaigh" across the upper back. It is a child's size 9-10 and is red, navy blue, and white colored. It cost €37.00 and was purchased from O'Neills.
15 ED2021-185 Wool A roll of cream-colored Aran wool from Ireland, from the Tivoli brand. Aran wool famously is used to make Aran wool sweaters which originate from Ireland.
16 ED2021-187 Activity Book An activity book titled "Prva Početnica." It's intended for preschool-aged children in Bosnia to learn about basic concepts such as the Bosnian alphabet. Includes coloring pages to practice letters, examples of words that begin with each letter, and an illustration to demonstrate the example words. Written by Šefkija Merzić and illustrated by Dževdet Nikočević in Svjetlost, Sarajevo.
17 ED2021-40 Set, Demitasse A Balkan (Bosnian) demitasse set with 6 plates (A-F) and 6 cups (G-L). White with a blue and gray meander pattern border. ED2021-40 (Set, Demitasse) image
18 ED2021-49 Doll, Troll A small troll doll from Norway. The troll is in a sitting position and holding mini-versions of a man and a woman, one in each hand.  Troll appearance: wild black hair, tan overalls, a long nose, big ears, and a long tail. A golden sticker with the words "Candy designs - Norway" is on the bottom of the doll. ED2021-49 (Doll, Troll) image
19 ED2021-50 Coffee Pot A Turkish coffee pot (other names: ibrik, coffee ibrik, cezve) with a silver cup base and a redish-brown handle.  ED2021-50 (Coffee Pot) image
20 ED2021-6 Booklet Booklet containing photos of KOLO, a Bosnian folk dancing group from Waterloo, Iowa.  ED2021-6 (Booklet) image
21 ED2021-62 Coffee Pot An old, metal, Turkish coffee pot. It has a circular base, a triangular spout, a curved handle, and a lid attached with a hinge. The lid contains an oval pattern around the base and is topped off with a pointed decoration. The pot may have had more of a design on the body at one point but has faded away over time. ED2021-62 (Coffee Pot) image
22 ED2021-7 Coffee Pot Small brass coffee pot with weighted lid. Engraged with diamond and oval designs around the body of the pot.  ED2021-7 (Coffee Pot) image
23 ED2021-70 Khokhloma Set A Khokhloma set from Russia featuring 2 mini cups (A,B), 1 small spoon (C), and 1 big spoon (D). Khokhloma painting  originates from Russia where the artist paints wooden utensils with bright, colorful colors and designs. This set was painted using the colors gold, black, orange, green, and red. The 2 cups have stickers on the bottom which both translate to "Khokhloma Painting, Glasses, Price 06.95."   ED2021-70 (Khokhloma Set) image
24 ED2021-81 Book, Hymnal A hymnal book written in German for German-speaking immigrants in the United States who practiced Christianity (most likely the Lutheran denomination) and formed their own congregations. It was printed in 1894 in Cleveland, Ohio and the title reads "Gebet und Danklieder" which means "Prayer and Thanksgiving Songs." There is no image on the cover, just the title and a victorian-style border across the top and the bottom. ED2021-81 (Book, Hymnal) image
25 ED2021-82 Book, Prayer A small prayer book for children who spoke German and practiced Christianity (most likely the Lutheran denomination). It was printed in 1909 in Columbus, Ohio and likely for German immigrants who created their own German-speaking congregations. The title reads, "Gebete für die Kleinen" which translates in English to "Prayers for the Little Ones." On the front cover is an image of Jesus Christ with three children surrounding him. ED2021-82 (Book, Prayer) image
26 ED2021-84 Dictionary A German-English dictionary titled "Langenscheidt's Pocket-Dictionary of the English and German Languages." This edition is from 1944 and has a plain, blue cover with no markings. ED2021-84 (Dictionary) image