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Title of WorkArtist/MakerDate of WorkSorted AscendingAcc. No.
DS2001-0277
"Marriage" Plate
Conservation: Where Art and Science Meet
ca. 16741981-210
1981.310.1, Fan Fan
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1810-18251981.310.1
Easy Chair 1988-433 Easy chair, upholstered
Conservation: Where Art and Science Meet
Upholstery CSI: Reading the Evidence
1750-17751988-433
DS2002-0248
Shown: 1988-466,1 and 2
Stocking, cut and sewn linen
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ca. 18001988-466,1
Record
Cymbalaria
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Henrietta Somerset (1748-1770)17651989-395,17
DS1987-0789
Shown: 1991-474,A; 1991-474,B and 1991-474,C Gown, black embroidered satin
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1770s, remade from earlier style.1991-474,A
DS1996-219
Side chair
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Hugh Finlayca. 18201994-108,1
D2014-CMD. Grand piano 1999-236 Grand piano
Conservation: Where Art and Science Meet
James Ball1794-18051999-236,A
Portrait 2002.100.1 Portrait of Capt. Thomas Trent, Jr. (1786-1861) and his son, William Henry Trent (1832-1905)
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Artists on the Move: Portraits for a New Nation
Samuel T. Taylor (ca. 1800-1846 or 1847)18372002.100.1,A&B
Portrait 2002.100.2 Portrait of Martha D. Holland Trent (Mrs. Thomas Trent, Jr.) (1801-1850) and her daughter, Joella Flood Trent [later, Mrs. Joseph Barrett](1836-?)
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Samuel T. Taylor (ca. 1800-1846 or 1847)18372002.100.2