Tool/Implement

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Tool/Implement

stereoscopic viewer

Wood and metal viewer used for viewing stereoscopic postcards. Missing one pane of glass in the lens.

Year (or year range): 
1890-1910
Approximate era: 
1851-1900

Hames, Pair of

A pair of hames, used with a horse collar. For more information, go here.

Approximate era: 
don't know
Donated by: 
Myra Iverson
Donation date: 
1988-03-30

Ox Shoe

Ox shoe

Approximate era: 
don't know

Wooden spigot

Wooden spigot used on cider barrel

Approximate era: 
don't know

Draw Shave

Draw shave used for shaping wood. Labeled: J.E. Minott & Co. Warwick, MA., Hedge, tool, and iron forger, formerly Asa Wheeler hedge tool business located in the north part of Warwick., which Minott purchased in 1849 from Wheeler.
See this link for more information about J. E. Minott & Co.

Approximate era: 
1801-1850
Donated by: 
Jan Lapore

Sap Yoke

Homemade sap yoke

Approximate era: 
don't know
Donated by: 
Myra Iversen
Donation date: 
1988-03-30

New Home Treadle Sewing Machine

Made in Orange MA in the early 1900s
For more information on the New Home Sewing Machine Company of Orange, MA, click here.

Advertisement in 1921

Year (or year range): 
1906
Approximate era: 
1901-1925
Donated by: 
4 H

Clock made in 1838

Clock made in 1838 used in the home of Charles F. Hastings on Richmond Road in the 1880's

Year (or year range): 
1838
Approximate era: 
1801-1850
Donated by: 
Ray Whipple of Winchester
Donation date: 
1987

Tote Board found at Town Poor Farm

Tote Board found at Town Poor Farm, Winchester Road, in 1985

Approximate era: 
1901-1925
Donation date: 
1985

China Dessert Plate

Label on plate reads: This plate presented to Alice (Wilber ) Petersen by Mrs. Brennan, a minister's wife (Warwick). Mrs Brennan, riding with Miss Mary Tyler, was killed in an accident of a runaway horse, was thrown from the carriage.

See page 174 of Charles Morse's History of Warwick.

Approximate era: 
1901-1925
Donated by: 
Alice Peterson
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