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This buddhist statue was purchased at a major retail store. The owner bought it to add to her collection of Buddhist statues (which she began when she inherited one her grandfather had collected) and her interest in the Buddhist philosophy of…
This class ring belongs to Elizabeth Oswald. She received it upon graduating Winthrop University in May 2010. Her initials are engraved on the inside of the ring (EDO).
This book looks at the American Revolution from the perspective of Social History. It chronicles the lives of everyday people who participated in this great historical event.
This handmade brick, which workers made on site in a matter of seconds, originally formed a part of a nineteenth-century Kentucky tavern. Though roughly made, the bricks indicated stability and fine lodging to travelers.
Memory Board made by owner out of a recycled bulletin board, fabric, ribbon, cotton batting, and buttons. Holds mostly two dimensional items such as pictures, tickets, and cards.
Green 3rd Generation iPod Nano, by Apple. Recieved in December 2007 for Christmas. Enclosed in a clear DLO brand case.
Trench Art Ring made from a 1919 French coin. Inside of ring reads, "Liberte Egalite Fraternite, 1919, Republic Francaise". Belonged to owner's grandfather, Charles Louis Meyer (b.1916, d.2010).
Signed Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat. Signed by JT Snow, former first baseman of the San Francisco Giants. Snow used this bat in the 2002 World Series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
This book written by comedian Jon Stewart of the Daily Show includes history, politics and a large dose of humor. It includes a forward by Thomas Jefferson and a double sided poster of the 2004 election and how the government works.
This music box of a female and male angle kissing on a white and blue pedestal winds up from a plastic knob underneath and plays an unknown tune. It was manufactured by the Mann Company in 1982.
This blue cotton tee shirt with a pirate ship represents Flogging Molly, an Irish punk rock band. The band that started in 1997 consists of seven members and instruments ranging from the guitar to the accordion.
This Longwood University Frisbee was given out in 2004 at Longwoodâ€™s Freshman Orientation. It has one of the schoolâ€™s iconic symbols, the Rotunda, as well as the schools colors blue and white.
Winter Journeys in the South, published in 1916, was written by John Martin Hammond. A native Pennsylvanian, he traveled to the Southâ€™s most prominent resort cities and created this guide for Northern tourists.
Glass insulators protect transmission wires from the elements. Individuals purchased this Hemingray design, named Deep Groove Double Petticoat Pony, specifically for rural telephone lines.
Collected in Columbia, South Carolina, this twentieth-century railroad spike appears nearly identical to the earliest spikes that Robert Stevens created in 1832. This â€œcut spikeâ€ or â€œcramponâ€ remains the commonest railroad…