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    [magic lantern slide]
    Catalog ID: 2004.46.2.223.4
    Call Number: LS lantern slide
    magic lantern slide, color transparency showing four different, quaint European looking outdoor scenes (including: sailing ship, waterfall/grist mill, church next to stream, and castle or manor house next to lake).
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    [coin purse]
    Creation Date: ca. 1893
    Catalog ID: 1968.58.1
    Change purse with metal frame, latch, and prongs and a leather container, dyed brown. Design of grist mill beside pine trees and a close up floral design are stamped and painted on one side.
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    [Miniature building for a Moravian Christmas putz]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915- 1930
    Catalog ID: 2013.167.1
    Miniature building from a Moravian Christmas putz , ca. 1915-1930; made by Roland Borhek and Bud Borhek. Made of thin pieces of wood (apple crate wood). Building in shape of a mill (a) with separate waterwheel (b). Building is almost square and has a high, steep pitched roof with gables on either side. A larger gable has a red glass window. Other windows are shuttered. Below red window on lower sextion is large opening for door. Small rectangular windows are on all four sides. Extending out from one side is post that holds the water wheel that is on a triangular stand. Waterwheel made of a round piece of metal, similar to a washer with spokes at center. and cutout areas along outer edge. It is painted black. A metal rod extends through its center. House is painted an olive green with white brick fea tures on front and one side. Bottom is open, showing wiring for lighting of structure.
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    Mill at Thorp. Duff & Bartholet seated on the bank
    Creation Date: ca. 1908
    Catalog ID: 2018.2.257.2
    Call Number: 2018.2.257.2
    Black and white photograph taken circa 1908 at the Thorp Grist Mill in Thorp, Kittitas County, WA. Image shows two men identified as Duff and Bartholet sitting on the bank to the right. Both men wear hat, jackets, pants and high laced boots. Behind the men the mill is partially visible. Several panes of the window on the left corner of the building are broken. Water which has been diverted from the Yakima River pours through a sluice on the left. Edward Nolan Collection