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    [cup]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.36M
    Plain gray tin cup. Part of a set the donor describes as "cooking tins" or "camping utensils," which comprise items a through b of 1993.26.36. 1900-1940
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    Mount Hood, from the head of the Dalles
    Creation Date: 1867
    Catalog ID: 2021.1.47
    Call Number: 2021.1.47
    Looking west over Celilo Falls toward Mt. Hood. Mount Hood is barely visible because of haze. Taken by Carleton E. Watkins during his 1867 trip to the Pacific Northwest. Carleton E. Watkins, photographer. Edward Nolan collection.
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    [baking tin]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.36
    Set of 16 round tins (a-p) probably used for cooking muffins, etc., 1900-1940. Each made of tin type metal. Cups without handles used for camping utensils or cooking utensils. A-D tins are small (H: 1 3/4"; di. at top rim: 2") with flat round base, straight and slightly flaring sides. Turned upper and lower rim edges. Larger tins (E-P) (H: 1 1/2"; rim diameter: 3 1/16") made of heavier metal. All have flat round base, outward flaring and straight side. Rim edge is turned.
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    [Mount] Hood from the north
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 1983.79.1.70
    Call Number: 1983.79.1.70
    View of Mount Hood, OR, from the north. Ca. 1910. Albert H. Barnes, photographer
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    [Convention ribbon for Rebekah Assembly]
    Creation Date: 1996
    Catalog ID: 2009.104.52
    Convention ribbon for Rebekah Assembly (I.O.O.F.) for the 109th annual session, held in Portland, OR, 1996. Made of 2" wide piece of pink satin ribbon with gold print. Lower end has serrated edge. Illustration of crescent moon with dove touching the letter "R," which is intertwined with three chain link motif, printed at top of ribbon. White pinback button with black and white photo of President Marilyn Walter is glued to bottom of ribbon. Small enameled bluebird pin pinned to top left corner of ribbon. Round enameled pin with mountain (Mount Hood) and rose design on front is pinned to top right corner of ribbon, slightly lower than bird pin. Stapled to top of ribbon is name tag holder with metal pin fastener attached on back. Typed on front of name tag: Betty Weldon/Assembly President/Washington/Guest
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    [Brown & Haley candy box]
    Creation Date: ca. 1935
    Catalog ID: 1993.11.66
    Wooden box with black and white photograph of Mt. Hood on upper left corner and inscription, "BROWN & HALEY CHOCOLATES"d in the lower right and "One pound Net" in small letters in lower left corner. Box is tied with a small green cord with tassels.
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    [product box for candy]
    Creation Date: 1928
    Catalog ID: 1999.122.160
    Product box for one pound of candy from Imperial Candy Co. for Societe Travelogue chocolates. Purple colored lid and base edge. On lid are color images of Mount Rainier, Crater Lake and tipi and Indian family at Glacier National Park. Other images from the western United States printed on lower sides of lid beneath backing which extends out from edge of box. Box is made of white cardboard with purple covered extension backing. Rectangular piece of waxy paper inside box. Edward Nolan collection
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    [Mt. Hood by air]
    Creation Date: 1947-1974
    Catalog ID: C1986.43.0.857
    3 Photographic negatives, aerial perspective, of Mount Hood showing above the clouds.
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    [baking pan]
    Creation Date: 1900-1940
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.6
    One tin baking pan with twelve "lady finger" shaped pans attached to a square metal base. Pans are attached with rivets. Edges of flat surface are folded under. 1900-1940.
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    [omelet pan]
    Creation Date: ca. 1950
    Catalog ID: 1993.26.15
    Aluminum omelet pan, by the Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., ca. 1950. Hinged with a handle on each half. Small circular openings at the end of each handle. Pans are each a half circle and are shiny. Stamped on bottom of each half: Wearever Trademark/Aluminum/ T.A.C.U. Co. The words "aluminum" and "TACU Co" form a cross with stars in each corner. "Wearever" is above this and "Trademark" is below.