Letter from mother of Joseph Uniatowski, Army, Long Binh. Included service, bio info, photo of Joseph Uniatowski holding gun with children in Long Binh, photo of Joseph Uniatowski holding white rabbit; Press Release; Envelope/Letter/Photos/Release
Coffee grinder late 19th c./early 20th c. - 2 parts machine dovetailed case with unidentified softwood stained to look like walnut; painted metal grinder handle and bowl - turned wood handle; two deep inset channels for drawer; lathe-turned handle...
Interior setting of a woman holding a broom, standing between a basket and a chair. Illustration for book by Ruth Robbins (Berkeley, CA: Parnassus Press, [c1960]) Signed N. Sidjakov (Nicolas) Caldecott Medalist. Media ID: Brown ink. On back paper...
Drawing is divided in two halves. On the left is a young boy holding an axe in his right hand and a branch in his left. On the right is a right profile of Abraham Lincoln. Media ID: black ink w/scraping out.
Painting of a brown bear wearing a Santa Claus coat and hat, holding an oversize card addressed to the Children of Hockessin School. "A Merry Christmas from Little Bear and Love." Signed Mariana. Media ID: graphite, watercolor.
Painting of a man, smiling, standing behind a counter. A woman holding a frowning infant stands before the counter. Inside the counter, on display, are red beans with sleeping faces. Signed Remy Charlip. Media ID: watercolor, black ink.
Drawing of a man holding a monkey, standing before several cages and two children. Attributed to Gardell Dano Christensen. "Monkeys" p. 53. Media ID: black crayon, black ink, graphite. On glass and back paper #28.
Two versions of the same drawing entitled "Rip Van Winkle." Interior setting of a man holding a young child on his lap. Painting for book by Washington Irving (NY: MacMillan and Co.) Media ID: black ink, graphite.