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1.69.1150
jug | cork | granite | offwh...
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1.69.1150 | ca. 1900 | H: 7 in, Diameter: 4.25 in | Offwhite granite whiskey jug with cork, c. l900. Original Buffalo Bill Museum Collection. | 1.69.1150.JPG | jug | cork | granite | offwhite

3.78.68.3
bottle | cork | glass
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3.78.68.3 | H: 9.25 in, Diameter: 3 in | Gift of the artist's heirs, W.H.D. Koerner, III and Ruth Koerner Oliver | Bottle, El Bart/Dry gin with cork. Origin: Where - Personal studio collection of artist, W.H. D. Koerner. When- May, 1977 (Materials received - 1978). | 3.78.68.3-v1.jpg | 3.78.68.3.jpg | 3.78.68.3-v2.jpg | 3.78.68.3v2.jpg | bottle | cork | glass

1.69.5178
plaque | cork | mache | pape...
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1.69.5178 | H: 4.25 in, width: 3.125 in, depth: .25 in | COL. W.F. CODY/"BUFFALO/BILL" | Small golden paper mache plaque with relief image of Buffalo Bill. | 1.69.5178.JPG | Cody, W.F. | plaque | cork | mache | paper

1988.8.3824
U.S. Quartermaster Departmen...
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1988.8.3824 | 1859-1873 | Diameter: 8.5 in, L: 25 in, H: 3 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | Metal with cloth cover; Linen strap and cord for stopper attachment; Cork stopper with metal ring | Information taken from: All He Could Carry: US Army Infantry Equipment (1839-1910) by Stephen J. Allie; Fort Leavenworth Historical Society Publication, pps. 12 & 15. AND Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Union by the Editors of Time-Life Books; Alexandria, VA (1991), pps. 206-207. (RNW Note) | M1859 canteen | 1988.8.3824v2.jpg | 1988.8.3824v1.jpg | canteen | Other | canvas | linen | cork | metal | U.S. Quartermaster Department

1985.21.1.8
Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlin...
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1985.21.1.8 | ca. 1925-1930 | Gift of Herbert G. Houze | The "Bulls-Eye" pistols were produced in Rawlins, Wyoming. Designed by Dr. Claude Bunten and patented on February 26, 1924, these pistols used rubber bands to launch their small No. 6 lead projectiles. They were repeaters (58 shots in a magazine), reputedly very accurate at close ranges, and had fully adjustable sights. The use of metal stampings made them easy and inexpensive to produce. They were sold in America by Abercrombie & Fitch, Marshall Field, and A.F. Stoeger Arms. | 1985.21.1.1 - 1985.21.1.13 | Bulls Eye pistol | 1985.21.1v1.jpg | 1985.21.1v2.jpg | 1985.21.1v3.jpg | 1985.21.1v4.jpg | 1985.21.1.8.JPG | 1985.21.1.JPG | cork | cork | pistol | Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlins, Wyo.

NA.102.137
Sioux | Northern Plains | po...
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NA.102.137 | ca. 1880 | length without fringe: 4.25 in, width: 2.75 in | Utensils and implements - Hunting. Powder flask - glass, cork stopper, covered with green cloth. Fully beaded with geometric designs in dark blue, red/white hearts, yellow and white on turquoise ground. Green, yellow, dark blue and turquoise beading around neck. Leather handle at top and fringe at bottom. | na.102.137.JPG | NA.102.137.JPG | NA.102.137view2.JPG | geometric | powder flask | cork | handle | cloth | Beads | green | leather | stopper | glass | red/white hearts | Sioux | Northern Plains

NA.506.7
bottle | cloth | green | Bea...
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NA.506.7 | L: 6.5 in, width: 3.25 in | Gift in memory of Mrs. Ernest R. May, Sr. by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ernest R. May, Jr., Woodriver, Wyoming | BT in blue beads | Ritual and Recreation: Gifts and Novelties. Glass bottle covered with cloth, fully beaded with design in blue and green on white fround, BT in blue beads on front, cork in top. | NA.506.7.JPG | na.506.7v1.jpg | na.506.7v2.jpg | bottle | cloth | green | Beads | White | cork | blue | seed | glass

1985.21.1.7
Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlin...
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1985.21.1.7 | ca. 1925-1930 | Gift of Herbert G. Houze | The "Bulls-Eye" pistols were produced in Rawlins, Wyoming. Designed by Dr. Claude Bunten and patented on February 26, 1924, these pistols used rubber bands to launch their small No. 6 lead projectiles. They were repeaters (58 shots in a magazine), reputedly very accurate at close ranges, and had fully adjustable sights. The use of metal stampings made them easy and inexpensive to produce. They were sold in America by Abercrombie & Fitch, Marshall Field, and A.F. Stoeger Arms. | 1985.21.1.1 - 1985.21.1.13 | Bulls Eye pistol | 1985.21.1v1.jpg | 1985.21.1v4.jpg | 1985.21.1.7.JPG | 1985.21.1v2.jpg | 1985.21.1v3.jpg | 1985.21.1.JPG | cork | cork | pistol | Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlins, Wyo.

fishing rod
Proctor, Alexander Phimister...
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11.06.537 | L: 36.625 in, width: 0 in, depth: 0 in, Diameter: 0 x 0 in | fishing rod | Gift of A. Phimister Proctor Museum with special thanks to Sandy and Sally Church | 11.06.537.jpg | fishing rod | thread | glue | cork | metal | bamboo | varnish | Proctor, Alexander Phimister

1.69.5584
bottle | cork | glass | mold...
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1.69.5584 | H: 9.5 x 3.75 in, width: 2.75 x 3.25 in, depth: 2.75 x 3.25 in | Gift of the Quin Blair Family | on front of bottle: THE OWL DRUG CO./ SAN FRANCISCO | Bottle of green glass. Round body with straight sides. Sloping shoulder. Tapering neck. Rounded collar. Owl motif on front with inscription. Cork in top. | 1.69.5584.jpg | owl | bottle | cork | glass | molded

1.69.4844.3
American Thermos Bottle Co.,...
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1.69.4844.3 | L: 14 in, Diameter: 3.625 in | Donated by Jacob Schamel's Great Granddaughter, Etta Ridgely Kosaveach, in memory of her Grandmother, Dora Etta (Schamel) Lehmann. | bottom: AMERICAN THERMOS BOTTLE CO./ THERMOS/ TRADE MARK/ N(superscript and underlined)o 60. PAT. NO'S/ 13093 MARCH, 15-10./ 38834 SEPT. 24-07./ NORWICH, CONN. USA | Silver metal thermos, glass-lined. Smooth middle and corrugated on both ends. Threaded for cap. Bottom has inscription. Lid has threaded neck and is smooth silver metal. Cork stopper. | 1.69.4844.3.JPG | thermos | glass | metal | cork | American Thermos Bottle Co., Norwich, CT

2004.17.1
Unknown | canteen | Other | ...
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2004.17.1 | ca. 1861-1865 | Gift of Don and Marjorie Lawson | "Co. H" in design on front, "10" on obverse, below mouth of canteen | Civil War porcelain parade canteen. White with decorations and leather straps, "Co. H" in design on front, "10" on obverse, below mouth of canteen. Cork held to canteen with chain, Unknown, c. 1861-65. | 2004.17.1.jpg | 2004.17.1.jpg | canteen | Other | porcelain | cork | metal | canteen | Unknown

1985.21.1.9
Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlin...
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1985.21.1.9 | ca. 1925-1930 | Gift of Herbert G. Houze | The "Bulls-Eye" pistols were produced in Rawlins, Wyoming. Designed by Dr. Claude Bunten and patented on February 26, 1924, these pistols used rubber bands to launch their small No. 6 lead projectiles. They were repeaters (58 shots in a magazine), reputedly very accurate at close ranges, and had fully adjustable sights. The use of metal stampings made them easy and inexpensive to produce. They were sold in America by Abercrombie & Fitch, Marshall Field, and A.F. Stoeger Arms. | 1985.21.1.1 - 1985.21.1.13 | Bulls Eye pistol | 1985.21.1v2.jpg | 1985.21.1v4.jpg | 1985.21.1.9.JPG | 1985.21.1.JPG | 1985.21.1v1.jpg | 1985.21.1v3.jpg | cork | cork | pistol | Bulls Eye Pistol Co., Rawlins, Wyo.

1.67.12
pouch | leather | strap | ra...
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1.67.12 | c. 1870 | L: 11 in | Gift of The Coe Foundation | Heavy rawhide pouch (flask design) metal opening with cork stopper, leather strap, c. 1870. | 1.67.12.jpg | 1.67.12.jpg | flask design | pouch | leather | strap | rawhide | heavy | metal | cork