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England

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Penstemon albifluvis England

NMNH - Botany Dept.

England's Hope

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Silk scarf with a family portrait of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and eight of their nine children. Yellow border.

"England Expects"

National Museum of American History

England 1948

Archives of American Art
1 sketchbook : graphite and ink ; 18 x 13 cm.

Sketchbook is 24 pages; subjects include houses, trees and gardens.

Wrinkle Whelk, New England Neptune, New England Neptune, New England Neptune or Wrinkle Whelk

NMNH - Education & Outreach
This object is part of the Education and Outreach collection, some of which are in the Q?rius science education center and available to see.

New England Patriots

National Museum of American History

New England Factory Bell

National Museum of American History
Davis & Furber, a manufacturer of textile machinery for working wool, installed this bell at its factory in North Andover, Massachusetts, in the nineteenth century. Bells like this commonly tolled the hours of the day and alerted workers to their schedule at the factory. The company began in 1832 as Sawyer, Phelps & Co. in Andover, Massachusetts, moved to North Andover in 1836 and manufactured machinery there until 1982. Various other partnerships preceded the formation of Davis & Furber, incorporated in 1883. References: Helena E. Wright, The Merrimack Valley Textile Museum: a guide to the manuscript collections, (New York: Garland, 1983).

Cambridge, England

National Museum of American History

Winchester, England

Smithsonian American Art Museum

New England

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Section D of "New England" barn with fence on a gray background

New England

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Section D of "New England" barn with fence on a cream background

New England

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Section E of "New England" log cabin and rural landscape on a yellow background

New England

National Museum of American History

New England

National Museum of American History

Old England

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A reproduction of an old French wallpaper depicting English scenes. Originally printed in France. It is composed of two English scenes. The larger picture is an English country roadside with a carriage of the style the French call a Daumont of the period 1850-1860. A postilion guides the team of horses and a gentleman on horseback salutes the four occupants. The smaller scene is of an English cathedral town which has a French feeling for there are crosses on the nave of the church. A mountain which is unEnglish is in distance. Printed in selvedge: "Phila. A.L. Diament, N.Y. 'Old England'. The scenes are set in ornate rococo frames. Printed in gold, sepia and dark gray on light gray ground.

New England

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Reproduction of an old English paper of the romantic Gothic era of Sir Walter Scott. An elaborate Gothic window frame simulating carved stonework with climbing and festooned ivy. Through the window is depicted a country scene with an old ruined castle. Reproduced for the dining room of the house where Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City. Printed on selvedge: "Birge, 2404-4. Made in U.S.A."

New England Patriots button

National Museum of American History

1 Crown, England, 1601

National Museum of American History

5 Guineas, England, 1687

National Museum of American History

1 Noble, England, 1351

National Museum of American History

1 Crown, England, 1601

National Museum of American History

5 Guineas, England, 1686

National Museum of American History

5 Guineas, England, 1692

National Museum of American History
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