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    • Wheeling Decorating Company: bowl vase

    • Gold; Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • This vase was made by Trenton Art Potteries. This pattern is Doves, Roses, and Daisies, D-11. It was the most popular Wheeling Decorating Company all-over-gold pattern. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company in 1900. Mr. Thurm learned...
    • Wheeling Decorating Company, gold creamer and sugar bowl

    • Gold; Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • This cream and sugar set were made at the Steubenville Pottery Company. The pattern is Doves, Roses, and Daisies, D-11. It was the most popular Wheeling Decorating Company all-over-gold pattern. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company...
    • Wheeling Decorating Company: gold leaf plate

    • Gold; Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • This plate is decorated with double leafed plumes with windows pattern. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company in 1900. Mr. Thurm learned to make decorated ware in Czechoslovakia and Austria, before coming to Wheeling in 1893. Karl...
    • Wheeling Decorating Company gold coffee pot

    • Gold; Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • This is a Homer Laughlin, eggshell theme coffee pot. The pattern is Doves, Roses, and Daisies, D-11. It was the most popular Wheeling Decorating Company all-over-gold pattern. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company in 1900. Mr. Thurm...
    • Wheeling Decorating Company: bud vases

    • Gold; Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • These bud vases are decorated with Doves, Roses, and Daisies pattern, D-11. It was the most popular Wheeling Decorating Company all-over-gold pattern. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company in 1900. Mr. Thurm learned to make decorated...
    • Wheeling Decorating Company: bird plate

    • Porcelain; Pottery; Pottery industry;
    • This is a Siskin bird plate. A Siskin is a small finch type bird. Frank Thurm founded The Wheeling Decorating Company in 1900. Mr. Thurm learned to make decorated ware in Czechoslovakia and Austria, before coming to Wheeling in 1893. Karl...
    • Campbell Mansion Artifacts; cradle

    • Bethany (West Virginia); Children's furniture; Cradles; Domestic life;
    • John Brown, an accomplished carpenter and Alexander Campbell's father-in-law made the cradle. All fourteen Campbell children used this cradle. It was also loaned out to other people in the neighborhood when the Campbell's did not have an infant in...
    • Campbell Mansion Artifacts; high chair

    • Bethany (West Virginia); Children's furniture; Domestic life;
    • This is a hand-crafted high chair/youth chair. It was purchased from the Mansion Acquisitions Campaign in 1995 from the Barnsville Antique Mall, Barnsville, Ohio.
    • Campbell Mansion artifacts; clock reel

    • Bethany (West Virginia); Domestic life; Knitting; Wool; Yarn;
    • A clock reel was used to wind skeins of yarn. Once a skein was wound, a mechanism called a "weasel" inside the reel popped. The clock reel is one of the possible origins for the liine in the song "Pop Goes the Weasel."
    • movie premiere003

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere001

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere002

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere004

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere005

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere006

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...
    • movie premiere009

    • Motion picture premieres;
    • On January 27th, 1940 LMU held the Southern premiere of the film based on Sherwood Anderson's play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" starring Mary Howard as Ann Rutledge and Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln. The film was nominated for 2 Oscars for best...

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