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    • Wall handing (Termeh)

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    • Cotton cloth wall-hanging used for meditation. Very ornate wood-block design. Signature near top border translated as ""Design composed by His Excellency Mohammed Hussain."" Back side is lined with a figured cotton cloth.
    • Miniature Yi ceremonial dish set

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    • Miniature traditional Yi lacquerware ceremonial dish set of 20 pieces in wooden case. The pieces of the set are lacquered in red and yellow on black ground creating quasi-geometrical design. They are miniatures of utensils used by the Yi Minority...
    • Japanese kesa

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    • A Japanese silk brocade seven-column kesa, rectangular monk's robe of panel brocade woven in pattern of circular 'kiku' (chrysanthemum) heads, multiple piece patchwork superimposed on patterned blue brocade; brocade woven in gold, silver, blue and...
    • Painting of peony blossoms

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    • Pink peony in full bloom surrounded by leaves in shades of green on silk. Calligraphy in upper left corner with red seal. Poem in upper right corner with two red seals. Painting date translated as the ""First Year of Dienli (1329) Last Third of...
    • Print: 'Gappo Beach'

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    • Woodcut print, seven colors, hand colored from verso. The print is hand colored from back on sumizuri-e print in cobalt and turquoise blues and shades of rose color depicting a large pine tree in foreground and houses with mountains or trees in...
    • Missionary Moses Merrill

    • Missionary Moses Merrill Bellevue 1833 mission work Baptist Oto Eliza Cynthia Brown Ira Blanchard Pawnee teacher
    • Rev. Moses Merrill, his wife Eliza, Cynthia Brown and Ira D. Blanchard were sent by the Baptists to Bellevue in 1833. When Rev. Merrill arrived he began studying the Oto language and eventually translated portions of the Bible and several hymns...
    • Moses Merrill

    • Moses Merrill Baptist mission work Otoe Bellevue missionary Eliza Merrill 1833
    • Rev. Moses Merrill, his wife Eliza, Cynthia Brown and Ira D. Blanchard were sent by the Baptists to Bellevue in 1833. When Rev. Merrill arrived he began studying the Oto language and eventually translated portions of the Bible and several hymns...
    • Two Orphans, The

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    • Posters for The Two Orphans ; The Two Orphans was one of the greatest theatrical successes of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in the United States. Les deux orphelines was written by the French dramatists Adolphe d'Ennery and...
    • Endgame

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    • Endgame, by Samuel Beckett, is a one-act play with four characters, written in a style associated with the Theatre of the Absurd. It was originally written in French ; as was his custom, Beckett himself translated it into English. The play was...

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