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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: This steamer trunk is initialed A.S.H. and is filled with bags and jars of 19th century dry paint pigments. The initials are probably for Annie S. Higginson who was the sister of Agnes Higginson Fuller. The trunk and pigments come from the Fuller studio at the Bars in Deerfield, Massachusetts, and was manufactured by Alexander McDonald, Boston, MA.


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Steamer Trunk

creator   Alexander McDonald
date   c. 1850
location   Boston, Massachusetts
height   12.25"
width   26.25"
depth   19.25"
process/materials   wood, metal, leather
item type   Personal Items/Personal Artifacts
accession #   #2002.33.12

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Paint Pigments

Fuller House, "The Bars"

George Fuller (1822-1884) Studio

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