Avery Research Center Artifact Collection
161. Watercolor painting Framed watercolor of two men hunting; three animals in the forefront, one of which appears to be wounded; origin unknown. 162. Watercolor painting Framed watercolor of three men in a boat, one boat with supplies, and a tree; illegible signature on bottom; origin unknown. 163. Watercolor painting Framed pen/ink and watercolor image depicting a bridge with houses and mountains in the background; signed "HM" in lower right; origin unknown. 164. Water pitcher From Colin Turnbull's personal belongings; Brass water pitcher with ornate snake handle; main body of pitcher decorated with animals, trees, and a shrine; spout has bird and leaf motif. 165. Water buffalo Black and brown water buffalo, head turned, origin Uganda. 166. Water bowl Water bowl that appears to be made from a seed pod; dark brown. 167. Walking stick Wooden cane-shaped walking stick; origin Ik people of Uganda. 168. Walking stick Carved walnut walking stick (cane) found under the floorboards of slave quarters at Ashemeade Plantation near Jacksonville, Florida. 169. Walking stick Wooden cane-shaped walking stick; origin Ik people of Uganda. 170. Walking stick Walking stick that is straight, as opposed to cane-shaped; top shaped like a knob, wood two-toned; origin Ik people of Uganda. 171. Walking stick East-African imitation of a European walking stick; cane-shaped with metal tip, metal band with markings; cane is notched; origin East Africa. 172. Walking stick Cane-shaped wooden walking stick that is broken; two-toned wood, four metal bands randomly placed; origin Ik people of Uganda. 173. Walking stick Walking stick that is straight, as opposed to cane-shaped; top is narrow, wood two-toned; origin Ik people of Uganda. 174. Walking cane of Dr. William Crum Black cane with gold head containing the inscription "To WDC from WHJ & JMT 1910." The cane was presented to Dr. William Crum, physician, Collector of Customs in Charleston, South Carolina, and United States minister and consul general to Liberia, at a farewell banquet prior to his ambassadorial journey to Liberia. The initials signify the presenters of the cane: WHJ is William H. Johnson and JMT is J. M. Thompson, both Charleston physicians. 175. Utility basket Large straw utility basket with cover. Origin Liberia. 176. Unidentified wooden object Small wooden object, origin Tutsi people. Collector Colin Turnbull labeled the object "a parihuana holder." 177. Unframed batik Unframed batik depicting two Africans in ceremonial garments, each wearing white necklaces; signed "KNASSWA 71"; origin unknown. 178. Unframed batik Unframed batik depicting a purple woman standing among purple animals; background is gold; origin unknown. 179. Unframed batik Unframed batik depicting a warrior with spear and shield; background is gold, figure is purple; signed "J.OLIMBA KAMPALA 72"; origin unknown. 180. Uher tape recorder
Uher reel-to-reel tape recorder with cord and AC adapter attached; used by Joseph Towles in 1972.