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Title: (candy tin)
Catalog Id: 2012.48.160
Creation Date: 2006-2012
Description: Candy tin made in China for use by Brown & Haley for almond roca candies, 2006-2012. Parts consist of container (a) and lid (b). Container is oval shaped to resemble an Easter egg and is made of gold colored metal. Sides are purple, and base is white. A color photo of almond roca candies is printed on base. Nutrition facts are printed in black on white background on bottom. A white paper sticker is attached to bottom, across color photo. Printed on sticker in black letters: SAMPLE. Design on lid consists of stripes containing illustrations of yellow sunflowers, green ivy leaves, yellow pots, yellow tulips, and purple vines printed on yellow, blue, and black backgrounds. A yellow and black illustration of a fleur-de-lis is printed at the top and bottom. Printed on top of illustrations is a black, blue, and yellow logo of Brown & Haley. Printed above in red and pink decorative letters on white background with purple border: Almond / Roca. Sides of lid are pink. At center is small black circle with illustration of a rabbit and name of company. Tin had 7 oz. (198 g) of candy.

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Title: (stuffed animal), (teddy bear)
Catalog Id: 2012.48.31
Creation Date: 2000-2012
Description: "Beanie baby" type teddy bear used by the Pierce County Sheriff Department, 2000-2012. Bear made of soft purple plush fur with a green ribbon tied around its neck. Black plastic nose and black plastic eyes. Stitched on front is a green emblem of a shield with a yellow outline. The Seal of Washington State is machine stitched inside the shield in yellow, white and black. Machine stitched inside the shield in yellow letters: PIERCE COUNTY / SHERIFF. Machine stitched on back is decoration of blue, pink, and yellow flowers with green leaves. Machine stitched above the emblem in yellow with gray outline: 238. Stitched beneath in gray letters: Last Call. The flower decoration is also applied to the bottom of each foot.

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Title: (stuffed animal), (teddy bear)
Catalog Id: 2012.48.35
Creator: China
Creation Date: 2000-2012
Description: Stuffed animal made in China for the Evervictory Toys Co., 2000-2012. "Beanie baby" type toy teddy bear for use by the Pierce County Sheriff Department. Bear is made of soft blue velour/plush fur a white orchid pattern and white fabric ears and bottoms of feet. Black plastic eyes and black plastic nose. Machine embroidered on front in white letters: 271 / Last Call. Machine embroidered on back is shield for the department. machine embroiered at center is illustration of badge with the Washington State Seal. Machine stitched inside the shield on blue background in white letters: PIERCE COUNTY / SHERIFF. Machine stitched on bottom of left foot: PCSD. Machine stitched on bottom of right foot: #6.

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Title: [ pieced quilt]
Catalog Id: 1950.59.1
Creation Date: 1880-1895
Description: Pieced cotton quilt with Rolling Star quilt pattern pieced by Catharine Foutz Wagoner, Red Cloud, NE, ca. 1880-1883. 25 pieced stars blocks and 20 indigo blocks, all in octagon shape, set in ten rows, alternating with a row of 4 octagons and a row of 5 star blocks. Corner squares of red gingham fabric separate each octagon in every row, forming a secondary design vertically and horizontally. Pieced stars are sewn from 8 diamond shapes, surrounded by 8 square shapes, surrounded again by 8 diamond shapes to form the octagon. Stars are predominantly brown, blue, red, indigo blue, set inside squares of shirting in various checks, stripes, geometrics, florals, and plaids. Outer pieced diamonds surrounding the stars are a solid, cheddar orange color fabric. A 1" border of indigo fabric is sewn to each side to frame design. Resolution of partial octagons at outer edges of quilt is done on 3 sides in indigo and on one side in red gingham in trapezoid shaped pieces. Backing is muslin with faint blue markings indicating feed sacks. Hand quilting is in white thread in Baptist fan design.

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Title: [2011 Daffodil Festival Queen's gown]
Catalog Id: 2013.55.1
Creation Date: 2010-2011
Description: 2011 Daffodil Festival Queen's gown worn by Claire Flemming of Curtis High School. Maker unknown; size unknown. Gown is white, with beaded embellishment on bodice. Dress is fully lined with white cloth and has built-in bra. Bodice is straight across chest and dips down slightly in back; it has undulating waistline above a ballgown style skirt. Bodice made of white satin that is covered with netting that is embellished with white and silver beads of various types that accent the white tape and stitching that is sewn in an undulating/floral motif. On the inside, there are stays. Wide white satin shoulder straps covered with chiffon are attached on either side of top of bodice. The straps are decorated with bead/sequin decorations. There is a long zipper extending down back. Skirt is full with netting overskirt that is decorated with scattered bead/sequin decorations. On hemline on lower proper right front is a round brooch with a flower accent composed of rhinestones. White satin ties extend from brooch.

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Title: [antimacassar]
Catalog Id: 2014.152.8
Creation Date: 1900-1940?
Description: Antimacassar, 1900-1940?, hand crocheted of off white thread. It is square and composed of seven open worked petaled flowers across and down. Each flower has a raised petal area at center and is surrounded by flat petals that are attached to open petal design that attaches to other flowers with raised centers. Outer edge is scalloped.

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Title: [apron]
Catalog Id: 2009.147.3
Creation Date: 1900-1940?
Description: Woman's apron, 1900-1940?, used by member of the William P. Sundberg family. Made of lightweight lawn type cloth in bands of light yellow, light green, light blue, and lavender in descending order. Edges edged with row of narrow, commercially prepared white lace. Sides expand out from narrow gathered waist. Long ties of pink cloth of same type edged with same lace. Lower edge of skirt ends in deep scallop at center. At top is added piece of pink material that fits up toward bodice. Each section decorated with diagonally arranged, embroidered flowers with green stems. Flowers are pink, purple/lavender, yellow/orange, and blue.

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Title: [apron]
Catalog Id: 2009.147.2
Creation Date: 1920-1940?
Description: Hostess (?) type apron used by William P. Sundberg family member, 1920-1940? Made of lightweight orange cloth, with bib and wide skirt area that wraps around to sides. All edges finished in off white, machine made lace with floral pattern. Ties of 1 1/8" wide orange satin ribbon are attached at top of bib and top side edges and crisscross at back. At center of bib is embroidered flora decoration of blue daisy like flowers, pink dot flowers with yellow dot center and green vines on black check base. This decoration repeats on either side of front three times, along with black line extending down from flowers and to sides. Below black line extending from sides is row of the lace. Slight gathering along lace. Orange ribbon ties on either side where lower end of straps are attached.

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9.
Title: [autograph quilt]
Catalog Id: C1977.26.1
Creation Date: 1893-1894
Description: Autograph quilt with redwork embroidery, 1894. Each piece is app. 17" x 15 3/4". Back with red cloth. Machine stitched together. Hand stitches around squares and on either side of outer decorative band. Each piece has decoration of autographed names and outline illustrations of birds, flowers, human figures, anchors, initials, pitchers, etc. Most embroidery is in red, but other colors include yellow, tan, purple, pink, black, green, etc. Edge in repeating stencil-like design in red with Grecian key type form. Made by Ladies Aid Society of Cosmopolis, WA as a prize in a beauty contest. Won by Harriet Breakiron in 1894.

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Title: [AYP souvenir handerchief]
Catalog Id: 2004.106.14
Creation Date: 1909
Description: Souvenir handkerchief from Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909, held in Seattle, WA. Near square, white cloth with pink border. Double red line border with stepped square forms in pink and green at corners. At center is large dark blue illustration with ornate border with curlicues and floral drops. At center is name of exposition and five scenes of exposition and nearby attractions. Each is labeled. Attractions include Mt. Rainier, auditorium to be turned over to University of Washington, pergolas near Court of Honor, Agricultures Building, and view from Geyser Basin. At bottom center is Exposition logo of three women.

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