Objects

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Cat. # Name Description
41201 UNIM1989.14.00.3.0130 Trim Trim edging sample. Fabric 1" wide has red thread zigzag stitch on lower edge with 1/4" wide dainty pointed lace at bottom. Color: WH, RD
41202 UNIm1989.14.00.3.104 Lace fragment Uneven lace sample with airy floral pattern worked onto mesh bachground. Color: TN
41203 UNIM1989.14.1 Shoe Man's 3-eyelet tie oxford, 3/4' heel. Row of stitching outlines upper portion and side of vamp around eyelet section. Goodyear welt construction. Sketch on catalog sheet. a&b. Color: BK
41204 UNIM1989.14.1983.9.8 Sash Variagated teal, light to dark. Cut on the bias, shirt tail hem on sides. Selvage edge on ends. Machine hemmed. Color: GR
41205 UNIM1989.14.2 Boot Moc toe boot with 7" zipper on inside. 3/4" flat heel. Sketch on catalog sheet. a. and b. Color: BK
41206 UNIM1989.14.3 Shoe Man's moccasin style. Grained leather. Wide tongue continues with stitched design in upper vamp. Elastic gore concealed below tongue to fit. 3/4' strap across vamp has double-stitched design. rounded square toe. 3/4" flat heel. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: BR
41207 UNIM1989.5.10 Kettle 4 quart cast iron kettle with a bale handle, rounded bottom, and a ring on the side to aid in pouring. Color: BK
41208 UNIM1989.5.1 Apron White muslin robe, tied around waist, large red needlework of a calla lily perhaps. 
41209 UNIM1989.5.11 Kettle 5 quart kettle with rounded bottom, bale handle, tab on side (with a "5" on it) to aid in pouring. Color: BK
41210 UNIM1989.5.12 Kettle Kettle with bale handle, rounded bottom, tab on side with a "5" on it to aid in pouring.
41211 UNIM1989.5.13 Tool Metal bowl with beater attachment. The bowl has a screw on one side near the top lip for the attachment to rest on, on the opposite side is a metal nub that keep the attachment in place. The attachment is attached to the bowl via a hole for the nub to go through and a notch that rests around the screw; at the top center of the beater is a long, curved handle with a wooden knob at the end that has been painted black; attached to this handle, on the opposite side of the metal piece that allows the attachment to span the bowl, are three gears, one large, two small; these gears are connected to the two metal pieces that function as the beaters, each has two long loops made from metal wires. "1; Universal cake-maker patented Jan. 14, 96. April 18, 05. July 18, 05. Nov. 7, 05.; Landers Frary & Clark; New Britain. Conn. U.S.A." is stamped on the top of the beater attachment. Object is made up of two parts, the bowl (13a) and the beater attachment (13b).
41212 UNIM1989.5.14 Tongs Metal tongs with fork shaped ends. Each end has three prongs which are bent in slightly at the top, they are also twisted at the neck. The tongs are operated by two handles with a combined four hinges which allow the tops to open and close. The object displays a lot of wear, there are a large number of surface scratches in the metal as well as some rust.
41213 UNIM1989.5.17 Tool Hand crank metal beater with wooden handles. There are two handles which are both painted a bright red, one is cylindrical and located at the top, it is used to hold the object in place during use, the other is knob shaped and found at the end of the hand crank. The beating mechanism is operated by a large metal gear piece with fluted edges which is spun by a hand crank mechanism, two other gears attached to a piece of metal going between the two sides of the frame are then spun by the large wheel causing the two beater attachments connected to them spin as well. Wire circles with loops welded on to long stems make up the beater attachments, the circle/loop pattern at the bottom looks like two intersecting circles, inside of which are 4 smaller circles. Another loop goes around the bottom of these two beaters to allow the tool to be placed at the bottom of a bowl. Something has been etched into the metal of the frame, but it has been worn down making much of the etching illegible "199256; APLD FOR; MADE IN K.C.; U.S.A." are the only parts that can be made out in their entirety, this was likely a company name and patent information; "Equipment -" has been handwritten in white on the top handle. There is some wear, most notably on the hand crank handle where the red paint has worn off exposing green-tinted wood below.
41214 UNIM1989.5.18 Tool Hand crank metal beater with wooden handles. The beater is made up of three flat strips of metal that are straight at the top then come down and loop back up, at the bottom of each of these loops are symmetrical bumps that resemble a number "8"; one of these loops makes up the base of the object and remains stationary; the other two are attached to the stationary loop via prongs at the bottom and are bolted on to gears at the top. These gears are spun by a metal disk with small alternating loops along the outside edges which catch the prongs of the gears; this disk itself is spun by a metal hand crank that comes out of one side. There are two wooden handles, both of which have been painted green; one is at the end of the hand crank and is knob shaped; the other is attached at the top, above the crank wheel between two flat pieces of metal, a single metal rod goes through the wood and is bolted to the metal strips on either side, this handle is a cylinder that is slightly wider in the center and is used to hold the object still during use. The words "BLUE WHIRL" have been carved into the top of the wooden handle along with a design that resembles a pinwheel; "PAT. NOV 28|9|6 AUG. 2. 1921; PAT. PENDING MADE IN U.S.A." has been etched into the outside of both of the strips of metal holding the crank wheel in place. The paint on both wooden pieces has wearing and chipping, exposing the wood beneath, the hand crank handle in particular has almost no green paint remaining.
41215 UNIM1989.5.19 Tool Hand crank metal turbine style egg beater with wooden turn knob. Base of beater is made up of two loops made up of flat strips of metal that have been pinned together, the top piece forms a mushroom-shaped handle and the bottom piece is angled and shaped around the beater disk. A thin metal disk with holes punched around the edge and a simple wooden knob is attached where the two loops meet and comes out on one side. Spinning this disk operates a gear piece which is attached to the beater disk via a long stem; the beater disk slopes down in the center and has several slots that span from the middle to the edge. "TURBINE EGG BEATER; PAT AUG. 20, 1912; MFGD. BY; THE CASSADY FAIRBANK MFG. CO.; CHICAGO, U.S.A." is etched around the center of the large disk. There is some visible wear and scratches in the metal.
41216 UNIM1989.5.2 Cleaner, vacuum upright barrel style tank. Two sets of clamps on main section . Bottom section can come off to remove dirt. Hose attaches to side for suction or to top to blow air. Handle at top. Flexible hose with metal at each end, floor attachment fits on nozzle end of hose. Switch on main body. Cord winds around for storage. A. base b. main section c. top section d. hose e. attachment Color: black
41217 UNIM1989.5.21 Tool Hand crank metal can opener with wooden handle. Object is made up of two metal arms that are attached at the top with an industrial pin; the larger of these two arms has two metal pieces that come out near the top in order to help grip a can when in use, there is also a small, triangular blade attached at the top for piercing cans; the smaller arm has the gear system and crank needed to spin the can to open it attached at the top. There are two gears attached to one another via a screw, the smaller gear on the same side as the triangular blade has angled blades that allow it to grip and twist the can, the larger gear is attached on the opposite side of the arm, it is smooth on the side that is facing out and has teeth on the other; these teeth are used to grip a third gear that is not attached to the other two, this gear is covered by a piece of metal and attached to the crank handle; at the end of this handle is wooden knob that has been painted black. There are several etchings in various parts of the object; "ENKAY MFG. CO.; ST. LOUIS. MO." is on the large gear side of the smaller arm; "PAT. PEND'G" located on the piece of metal covering the third gear piece, and "10" can be found in the inner facing side of the large gear.
41218 UNIM1989.5.22 Scoop, ice cream Extra heavy tin revolving knife ice cream disher. Cone shaped scoop with a knob on top to turn blade to release ice cream. Color: SL
41219 UNIM1989.5.23 Slicer Wooden paddle with metal blade, used for slicing vegetables. Handle of paddle is slightly rounded with a flat top, head of paddle is rectangular and has raised sides attached via six metal pins and one large bolt with a thumb screw; paddle head appears to be one piece from the front, but two parts are visible from the back, the two pieces are held together by the attached side pieces, the gap allows for vegetable slices to fall through onto a plate or into a container. The blade is metal and attached on one side via two screws, it and the gap below it are set at an angle near the middle of the head of the paddle. "XS/10-" or "AS/10-" has been hand written in graphite pencil on the bottom of the paddle, just below the gap made for the blade. There is some rust on the blade and screws; the sides are separating from the base in a few areas; the top right pin has begun to come out of the wood. Wooden paddle with metal blade set at an angle mid-point. Raised edges along sides. Thumb screws for added strength. Color: SL, BR
41220 UNIM1989.5.24 Container Set of 12 glass spice jars with metal screw-top lids. Glass is an opaque white with a raised linear design on three sides and a flat area on one side for a label. The jars are rectangular in shape with circular metal lids that screw on, the lids come in a variety of colors. 5.24a: bright green lid with slight scratch damage; 5.24b: light green lid with some scratch damage; 5.24c: muted green lid with minimal scratch damage and one dent; 5.24d: bright green lid with slight scratch damage; 5.24e: bright yellow lid with slight scratch damage and denting; 5.24f: muted yellow lid with some scratching and denting; 5.24g: light yellow lid with minimal scratch damage and one dent; 5.25h: bright yellow lid with almost no scratch damage a a single small dent; 5.24i: red lid with slight scratch damage; 5.24j: red lid with significant discoloration, some scratch damage, and denting; 5.24k: blue lid with significant scratch damage and one dent; 5.24l: black lid with significant scratch damage concentrated in one area.
41221 UNIM1989.5.25 Tool Metal strainer used for tea or coffee. Object is circular with a flat, rounded handle protruding out from one side and has been painted with white enamel. Circular area has a bowl in the center, through which several small holes have been punched in seven circular groupings, these groupings were then arranged into a pattern resembling a flower; around this bowl is a wide, flat rim that allows the object to be set on top of a cup. The handle extends out from the flat rim of the strainer; it has a single, large hole for hanging and is rounded at the end. There is slight chipping damage and wear in the enamel around the edges, through which some of the original metal has been exposed.
41222 UNIM1989.5.27 Tool Metal ricer typically used to "rice" potatoes, a method used to create fluffier potatoes for recipes. There are two handles attached via a hinge in order to allow for the two to be separated and pressed together, both handles are slotted instead of solid and have an opening at the top for hanging. One handle has a a rounded triangular sieve attached and the other has a solid metal plate used to push food through the sieve when the handles are closed. "CLIMAX; FRUIT AND VEGETABLE; PRESS" Is etched into one side of the sieve. The sieve is held together by welding, some of which has begun to come undone, creating a gap between the side and the bottom.
41223 UNIM1989.5.28 Tool Metal scoop with handle and scraper attachment. The scoop itself is trapezoidal in shape with a slightly curved top, where the handle begins; the handle is seamlessly attached to the base, it has evenly spaced ridges on the underside for comfortable grip and teardrop shaped blind hole on the underside of the end for hanging. There is a shiny metal scraper attached to the side of the scoop opposite of the handle via four metal rivets. On the inside of the scoop there is an embossed outline of rectangle with rounded corners, inside of which "FREEZER-D-FROSTER" is embossed right above a smaller rectangle with rounded corners; "№-5277; TRADE MARK; MADE IN U.S.A.; NEW KENZINGTON, PA." is embossed on the underside of the scoop along with a circular logo made up of a central cross with the words "ALUMINUM" and "TACMUCO" intersecting inside, around which are four segments of a circle containing stars.
41224 UNIM1989.5.29 Container 1 quart glass jar with screw-on metal lid with attached handle. The container is bulb shaped with a design reminiscent of a star or flower. Metal lid has a mechanism designed for pouring made up of a metal plate covering a spout and a lever on the handle which operates by pulling the plate back, exposing the spout; the round tip of the lever has a series of raised circles which act as a grip for the thumb. This object is made up of two parts, the glass base (29a) and the metal lid (29b).
41225 UNIM1989.5.3 Cleaner, vacuum Hand-held vacuum with bag attached to side, electric cord attached at base, nozzle has brush attached, switch near base. Color: BL
41226 UNIM1989.5.32 Funnel Funnel used for canning. Has handle and a threaded bottom opening for screwing on attachments like strainers. No attachments included. Color: SL
41227 UNIM1989.5.33 Tool Glass funnel set used for canning, set contains two parts: one tapered funnel (33a), and one wide bottom funnel (33b). The tapered funnel has a wide bowl which quickly tapers into a narrow, open cylinder at the bottom, there is a single small handle on one side. The wide bottom funnel is shaped similarly to a bowl with no bottom, it very gradually tapers from a wide top (3 3/4" diameter) to a very slightly narrower bottom (2 3/4" diameter).
41228 UNIM1989.5.34 Tool Metal tongs used in canning with wood handles. There are two wooden handles at the top, one on each of the two metal pieces that make up the frame of the tongs, they are cylindrical and painted green. Tongs themselves are made up of two wire loops which have been shaped to fit together in the center via notches and create a partial circle at the bottom in order to be able to easily grip jars and remove them from hot water. There is a thin piece of metal attached to one of the wire loops just above where they come together, "'Presto'; PAT. PEND." has been stamped on one side, the other is blank. Rust is visible in some areas of the steel wire, most notably where the two pieced come together.
41229 UNIM1989.5.35c Tool Metal jar opener with rubber grips. Made up of two handles made out of heavy duty wire, attached together at one end with a large rectangular hinge with multiple holes which can be used to adjust the width of the opener based on the size of the jar; the two handles come together to create a loop of variable size at the top which has been lined with two pieces of red rubber, one for each handle. "Patent Pending" is etched into the top of the hinge piece. There is some visible tarnishing and rust on the metal and the rubber has become cracked and hardened with age.
41230 UNIM1989.5.35E Tool Metal jar opener with rubber grips. Made up of two handles made out of heavy duty wire, attached together at one end with a simple rectangular hinge; the two handles come together to create a circle at the top which has been lined with two pieces of red rubber, one for each handle. There is some visible tarnishing and rust on the metal and the rubber has become cracked and hardened with age.
41231 UNIM1989.5.36 Freezer, Ice Cream a. can b. lid c. paddle. Metal cylinder with lid. Paddle fits inside. Lid has grooves for hand crank (missing) to fit into. Paddle anchored at top and bottom - it rotates as crank is turned and wooden blades scrape sides of cannister. Approx. 1 1/2 qts. capacity. Color: SL, BR
41232 UNIM1989.5.37 Freezer, Ice Cream a. cannister b. lid c. paddle. Paddle fits inside cylinder. Lid has nut on top for hand crank to attach (missing). Paddle anchored at top and bottom but free to rotate as crank is turned. Wooden blades scrape sides of cannister/ Approx. 1 1/2 qts capacity.
41233 UNIM1989.5.4 Stove Fireless cook stove. Box has 2 lids on top that have latches. 2 open aluminum lined & insulated compartments . A small pot with lid fits into the smaller compartment, and a large pot with lid fits into the larger opening. 3 soap stone disks are heated and then put into the bottom of each compartment under the pots. A. box b. pot c. lid d. pot e. lid f-h. soap stones.
41234 UNIM1989.5.40 Scale Spring scale with large dial in front. It goes up to 24 lbs. Plate on top for placing object for weighing. Base has scalloped edge. Color: BK
41235 UNIM1989.5.41 Scale Package scale that goes up to 4 lbs. by 1/2 oz. increments. Dial in front with gold and black design. The base is formed formed and there is an adjustment knob. Color: BK, GD
41236 UNIM1989.5.43 Scale Metal balance scale with ceramic weigh plates. The base is black and made up of one large, center circle attached to two smaller circles on either side; "Property of Iowa State Teachers College; 9723" is written in tan text on one side of the central circle, on the other side is a silver metal screw with a pin through it for easy use. Attached to the base is the silver metal weighing mechanism which includes a ruler with a counterweight, the measures from zero to ten with ten small dashes between each number; directly between the two weigh plates is a needle and a a flat piece of metal with five dash marks used to determine the balance of the two plates. The two ceramic plates are white with the word "CENCO" stamped in the center surrounded by a circle; the plates are resting on metal platforms and attached via four prongs.
41237 UNIM1989.5.44 Washboard Grooved metal sections of metal sturdily framed with wood. Each side of rubbing surface has a different texture for cleaning different types of fabrics. Suggestions for use given on the back. Color: BR, SL
41238 UNIM1989.5.45 Box 1 LB. 5 Oz. box of Fels-Naptha soap chips, cardboard. Box is tan with small red text reading "FELS-NAPTHA SOAP CHIPS" printed in a repeating pattern all over the box as a background pattern. "Fels-Naptha Soap Chips; The Golden Chips With The Clean Naptha Odor" is printed in dark green ink on the front and back; one side has a strip of tape that is beginning to tear off a little across the top, "All Purpose Soap" has been handwritten in black marker. "Fels-Naptha Soap Chips" is also printed on the top and bottom of the box, both also have a small area in which the repeating text pattern is absent, leaving a brown circle, the circle on the bottom is empty, the one on the top has the number "33" handwritten in black pencil; a piece of paper with black cursive script has been glued to the top of the box, it reads "for equipment class only". Each of the side panels contain text boxes where repeating text pattern is absent, inside these boxes is green text; one side consists of instructions on how to use the product for washing machines, silk things, woolens, and dishes, it also includes a disclaimer on how to properly use the product; the other side includes the same disclaimer along with a list of benefits to the product, this side also has a small opening towards the top for pouring the product, the small tab reads "Press Here; Fold Back".
41239 UNIM1989.5.46 Bottle 8 FL oz bottle of Mrs. Stewart's brand liquid bluing, plastic. Bottle is blue with a red screw-on cap. On the front is a red and white label with black text providing the name of the product and instructions on its use. On the label is a small, red oval with an image of an older woman wearing glasses, behind the oval is a splash of flowers. On the lid is a black stamp of the number 73. UNIM1989.5.46 (Bottle) image
41240 UNIM1989.5.47 Bottle 6 oz bottle of Little Boy Blue brand bluing dye. Bottle is navy blue with blue, white, and red label containing text and a small silhouette of a child in a feathered hat playing a horn. Lid is a white screw top with a small nub at the top. There is a single sticker with 1.35 printed in black ink. UNIM1989.5.47 (Bottle) image
41241 UNIM1989.5.48 Box 2 oz La France brand instant bluing with nylon brightener box, cardboard. The box is blue with white, red, and blue lettering. On the front are two text boxes with the name of the brand and product, one is white and the other is yellow. The back is white with two drawn images of a woman, in one she is in her undergarments and holding an article of clothing over a sink and in the other she is outside in a dress and apron hanging up a button down shirt on a clothesline, accompanying these images is text describing the product and how it can be used. Instructions on how to use the product can be found on the left side of the box. The top left corner has been opened and two pieces of clear tape can be found around the opening. UNIM1989.5.48 (Box) image
41242 UNIM1989.5.49 Box 1 lb Argo brand gloss starch box, cardboard. Navy blue rectangles with tan boarders and lettering are present on all sides except for the back of the box, which is tan with navy lettering and features a chart and images explaining how to use the product. The box is open on the top and there are two pieces if tape that appear to have once held it closed. There is a faded black stamp on one side that reads 13¢. UNIM1989.5.49 (Box) image
41243 UNIM1989.5.5 Container Metal pressure cooker with pressure gauge and two valves. The silver-colored base has a rounded shape and stands on six wide, short legs; a metal ring is attached via a loop on one side; three copper-colored thumb screws are attached to raised metal areas around the top lip; there is a simple, metal wire handle. The lid is domed and attaches to the base via the three thumb screws attaching to three notches extending from the lip of the lid; in the center of the lid is two different copper valves and a basic pressure gauge that measures from 0-30; stamped into the top around the gauge and valves is "The Pressure Cooker Co Denver Colo.; Pat. Pending"; the number "17743" is etched into the edge of the lid. This object is made up of multiple parts; the base (5a), the lid (5b), and the thumb screws (5c-e).
41244 UNIM1989.5.50 Box 12 oz. Linit brand laundry Starch box, cardboard. Blue, navy, and tan lettering and details on entire box. Side features instructions on how to use product as a face treatment along with images of a woman demonstrating the process. UNIM1989.5.50 (Box) image
41245 UNIM1989.5.51 Box Arm and Hammer brand washing soda box, opened at top corner. Blue with white lettering except for white text box on back containing blue and red text. Six iterations of Arm and Hammer logo in varying sizes; red circle surrounding a white circle which contains an image of a muscular arm holding a mallet. Single piece of yellow tape can be found on the right side, under opened corner. UNIM1989.5.51 (Box) image
41246 UNIM1989.5.52 Can 14 oz Lever Brothers Company Gold Dust scouring cleanser can, metal and cardboard. Label is red with black and gold details and lettering. Behind the logo there is an image of a pile of coins, above which there is a silouhette of two individuals with arms around each other's shoulders. On either side of the logo there are five small squares depicting images of household items and features that the product can be used to clean. The top and bottom of the can are metal with the top featuring stamped lettering and five circular punctures around the center. There is still product in the container.  UNIM1989.5.52 (Can) image
41247 UNIM1989.5.53 Bedpan Enameled bedpan with spout at one end for male urinal. Large opening in middle for use as a bed pan. Separate cover with handle. A. pan b. cover Color: WH, BL
41248 UNIM1989.5.54 Tablecloth a. tablecloth b - f. napkins. Tablecloth has rolled hem on 2 sides and selvage on 2 sides. Design along border and in center. Plain weave surrounding floral and diamond shaped designs along border and in center. Color: PK
41249 UNIM1989.5.55 Tablecloth royal blue colored plain woven linencloth. Machine stitched edge with a buttonhole stitch. Color: BL
41250 UNIM1989.5.56 Tablecloth Lavender linen plain and open weave cloth with floral pattern. Color: PR
41251 UNIM1989.5.57 Tablecloth Rust colored plain weave square linen tablecloth with rolled hems all sides. Color: RD
41252 UNIM1989.5.58 Tablecloth Flower pattern along border and around rectangle in center. Rolled hems on ends and selvages on sides. Color: CR
41253 UNIM1989.5.59 Apron Gathered skirt with waistband and 2 button closure. Skirt has 3 panels. 8" long tapered bib with straps extending over the shoulder, attached to waistband in front, crossing in back and buttoning to waistband. Color: WH
41254 UNIM1989.5.6 Container Metal pressure cooker with pressure gauge and two valves. Container is silver in color with a wire handle; lid attached via five thumb screws that flip up from the base and secure through notches in the lid; there is a wire grate on the bottom of the base that can be used to keep food at the bottom or separate it; the number "26190" and an arrow have been etched into the lip of the base. The lid is domed; in the center is a gauge that measures temperature and pressure, with the temperature measuring 216-274 on the outside and the pressure from 0-30 on the inside, "Sechrist Pressure Cooker; The Albert Sechrist Mfg. Co. Denver, Colo." is also printed on the face of the gauge; behind and on either side of the gauge are two pressure valves; the word "Patented" and the numbers "26190" are etched on the lip of the lid along with an arrow. This object is made up of multiple parts; the base (6a), the lid (6b), the grate (6c), and the thumbscrews (6d-h). Lid has dial gauge with 2 pressure valves on top. Lid is secured with thumb screws through notches in lid. Wire handle. Grate fits into bottom to keep food at bottom. A. pot b. lid c. grate d-h. thumbscrews Color: SL
41255 UNIM1989.5.60 Apron Bibbed apron with 2" wide straps extending over shoulders. Bib attached to skirt with 3 flared panels. Waistband fastens with two buttons. Suspenders cross and button in back. Color: WH
41256 UNIM1989.5.61 Apron 1 piece design bib apron with waist straps from twill. Skirt portion flares out at sides. Scallops all across bottom with rick rackaround bottom and sides. Pocket on right side. Self fabric band for neck strap. 1 1/2" white eyelet material at top edge of bib and pocket. Color: WH
41257 UNIM1989.5.62 Apron Bibbed apron. 12 1/2" waistband extends into ties. Bib has 7/8" straps that go around the neck and tie. Pocket on right side. Edge of skirt has hand rolled hem. White rick rack across top of bib and pocket. Color: WH
41258 UNIM1989.5.7 Pot 4 quart metal pressure cooker with wooden handles. Base pot has a decorative textured ring around the center of the outside and a wooden handle, which has been stained a reddish color, with a metal ring at the end for hanging, "12.50" and "'45" have been written on the top of the handle in yellow paint; inside the pot is a removable metal grate with six, evenly-spaced sets of three slots radiating out from the center. The lid attaches to the base via a twist interlocking mechanism, a brown rubber gasket fits into the lid in order to seal the connection between the pot and lid; the top of the lid has a decorative decorative ring that matches the base, a rubber safety valve, a knob with an opening in the center which is meant to attach to a pressure gauge (gauge is missing), and a oval-shaped metal label plate reading "NATIONAL Presto COOKER; 4 QT.; NATIONAL PRESSURE COOKER CO., EAU CLAIRE, WIS.; PATENT NO. 2218188"; there is a reddish stained wooden handle with a metal ring at the end for hanging. This object is made up of four parts, the pot (5.7a), the lid (5.7b), the grate (5.7c), and the gasket (5.7d).
41259 UNIM1989.5.8 Pot Metal steamer pot with lid. Base has two handles on opposing sides, under each handle is a welded seam; the bottom of the base is attached via welding, there are 16 holes stamped through the metal in circular patterns radiating out from the center. The lid is slightly dome shaped and has a rim that fits into the pot to create a better seal and a single handle welded onto the top center. There are several dents and scrapes in the metal as well as general discoloration. This object is made up of two parts, the base (5.8a) and the lid (5.8b).
41260 UNIM1989.5.9 Kettle 3 quart cast iron kettle with bale handle, rounded bottom, tab (with "3" on it) on one side for aid in pouring. Color: black
41261 UNIM1989.6.0001 Scrapbook ISTC. Compiled by students of Home Management House, winter 1953-54.
41262 UNIM1989.6.0002 Scrapbook ISTC. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1957.
41263 UNIM1989.6.0003 Scrapbook ISTC. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Spring, 1959.
41264 UNIM1989.6.0004 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Fall, 1961.
41265 UNIM1989.6.0005 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1963.
41266 UNIM1989.6.0006 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Spring, 1964.
41267 UNIM1989.6.0007 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Fall, 1964.
41268 UNIM1989.6.0008 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, 1965.
41269 UNIM1989.6.0009 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Spring, 1966.
41270 UNIM1989.6.0010 Scrapbook SCI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Spring, 1967.
41271 UNIM1989.6.0011 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1968.
41272 UNIM1989.6.0012 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1969.
41273 UNIM1989.6.0013 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1970.
41274 UNIM1989.6.0014 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, spring, 1971.
41275 UNIM1989.6.0015 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, fall, 1971.
41276 UNIM1989.6.0016 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, spring, 1972.
41277 UNIM1989.6.0017 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Fall, 1972 and Spring, 1973.
41278 UNIM1989.6.0018 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, spring, 1976.
41279 UNIM1989.6.0019 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, spring, 1979.
41280 UNIM1989.6.0020 Scrapbook UNI. Compiled by students of Home Management House, Fall, 1979.
41281 UNIM1989.6.0021 Book, guest Compiled by students of Home Management House, starting in 1969, until 1974. Color: BK,WH
41282 UNIM1989.6.0022 Book, guest Compiled by students of Home Management House, starting 1n 1974. Color: BK,WH
41283 UNIM1989.7.1 Iron Electric iron and stand. a. Iron. plug-in socket in base. b.Table stand or base, same shape as soleplate of iron. To protect pressing surface when iron not in use. Sketch on catalog sheet.
41284 UNIM1989.7.2A Iron, steam Cap for water chamber; temperature adjustment knob on top of tank. High rounded appearance; plug in on base at back; thumb depression in handle. Sketch on catalog sheet. Comes with PEER brand cord.
41285 UNIM1989.7.2B Iron, steam Cap for water chamber; temperature adjustment knob on top of tank. High rounded appearance; plug in on base at back; thumb depression in handle. Sketch on catalog sheet. Comes with cord.
41286 UNIM1989.7.3 Iron Electric. Cord attached in handle. Temperature adjustment on top of base. Indentations for ironing around buttons on each side of front end of sole plate. Sketch on catalog sheet. UNI. Color: WH
41287 UNIM1989.7.5 Stand, steam iron "Tru-Heat" steam iron stand, rounded corners. Scalloped sides form legs of stand. b. Pressing attachment "to prevent scorching & shine"; spring holds it to iron. Base is perforated material. In original box. Sketch on catalog sheet.
41288 UNIM1989.8.0002 Block, hat Five layers, top to bottom. Heavy wood. Elliptical in shape. In bottom, two recessed screws hold base to top portion. 7/8" hole for placing on stand. Curved top. Sketch on catalog sheet.
41289 UNIM1989.8.0003 Block, hat Three-piece construction, light weight wood. Scress hold base top upper portion. lLrge center hole in base, probably for a stand. Elliptical shape; rounded top.
41290 UNIM1989.8.0004A Stand, hat Six; similar except height. Square base 5 1/4" x 1" thick. Square pedestal tapers from 1 1/4" at bottom to 5/8" at top. Dome cap 3 5/8" x 3/4' thick. Decoration at bottom of pedestal, 2" square. Metal rod runs through center of pedestal; recessed bolt-end on base bottom. a - f. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GY,GR A-C are located 124-J4-1
41291 UNIM1989.8.0004B Stand, hat Six; similar except height. Square base 5 1/4" x 1" thick. Square pedestal tapers from 1 1/4" at bottom to 5/8" at top. Dome cap 3 5/8" x 3/4' thick. Decoration at bottom of pedestal, 2" square. Metal rod runs through center of pedestal; recessed bolt-end on base bottom. a - f. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GY,GR A-C are located 124-J4-1
41292 UNIM1989.8.0004C Stand, hat Six; similar except height. Square base 5 1/4" x 1" thick. Square pedestal tapers from 1 1/4" at bottom to 5/8" at top. Dome cap 3 5/8" x 3/4' thick. Decoration at bottom of pedestal, 2" square. Metal rod runs through center of pedestal; recessed bolt-end on base bottom. a - f. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GY,GR A-C are located 124-J4-1
41293 UNIM1989.8.0004D Stand, hat Six; similar except height. Square base 5 1/4" x 1" thick. Square pedestal tapers from 1 1/4" at bottom to 5/8" at top. Dome cap 3 5/8" x 3/4' thick. Decoration at bottom of pedestal, 2" square. Metal rod runs through center of pedestal; recessed bolt-end on base bottom. a - f. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GY,GR A-C are located 124-J4-1
41294 UNIM1989.8.0004F Stand, hat Six; similar except height. Square base 5 1/4" x 1" thick. Square pedestal tapers from 1 1/4" at bottom to 5/8" at top. Dome cap 3 5/8" x 3/4' thick. Decoration at bottom of pedestal, 2" square. Metal rod runs through center of pedestal; recessed bolt-end on base bottom. a - f. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GY,GR A-C are located 124-J4-1
41295 UNIM1989.8.1 Base Iron millinery with rectangular wooden base, with cylindrical pedestal extending up. Into pedestal screw one of two detachable heads. Short (3 1/2") electric cord near bottom of pedestal. a. Rod and pedestal. b. Head with a flat surface. c. Dome shaped head. d. Base. Sketch on catalog sheet. ISTC. Color: GR
41296 UNIM1989.8.5 Book "The Complete Book of Home Millinery.'' 22 chapters describing tools, materials, bases, construction methods. ISTC. Color: BK,WH
41297 UNIM1989.9.1 Dress Straight cut, unfitted. Dusty pink. Long waisted; lowered bound U-neck. Pin tucks to fit in neck and shulders. Kimono sleeves, short. Hem edge bound with darker shades of pink. Straight skirt gathered to waistline seam. Rolled hem, hand-stitched. Embroidery, darker pink block arranged in pattern with hemstitching. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: PK
41298 UNIM1989.9.10 Camisole Center front opening buttons left over right. Handworked buttonholes. 1 1/4" wide waistband. 2" bands at underarms. Crochet edging around neck and armseyes. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: WH
41299 UNIM1989.9.11 Camisole Embroidered design at center front neck, and eyelet beading around neck. Very fitted with front and back double-pointed waist darts & shaping at sideseams. Center back opening has 7 buttons. Garment extends below waist. Pinked edge at bottom. Embroidery designs , eyelet and satin stitch. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: WH
41300 UNIM1989.9.12 Hat About 3 1/2' deep, rounded over top. Fine wire covered with net-like fabric; lined with organza. Brim 3 1/2' wide at front; 1 3/4" wide at back. Ogranza covers brim, narrow hem at outer edge. "Net" extends about 1/2" - 1/4" from crown base on to brim. Net about 1 3/4' starts at center top and spirals to base of crown. Sketch on catalog sheet. Color: BK UNIM1989.9.12 (Hat) image
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