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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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261.
Donkey bell
Donkey bell Brass donkey bell on multicolored beaded necklace; origin Varanasi (Benares).
262.
Door latch, lock, and handle
Door latch, lock, and handle A door latch, lock, and handle recovered from Harriet Beecher Stowe's house.
263.
Double-headed metal staff
Double-headed metal staff Double-headed metal staff with a long wooden handle; has the appearance of an animal with a beak and a long tail.
264.
Double-sided spoon
Double-sided spoon From Colin Turnbull's personal belongings; metal double-sided spoon with religious images on all sides.
265.
Drinking vessel
Drinking vessel Gourd drinking vessel, orange in color with narrow neck and darker areas; origin Karamoja region of Uganda.
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Dyed bogolan
Dyed bogolan Cloth depicting masks from three different West African peoples.
267.
Dyn-o-mite J.J. Fun Pal doll
Dyn-o-mite J.J. Fun Pal doll J.J. "Dy-no-mite Fun Pal" doll from the television show "Good Times" which aired on CBS from 1974 to 1979.
268.
Ebony ashtray
Ebony ashtray Ebony ashtray that is a cross-section of a tree trunk; three grooves for cigarettes, etc., center is circular with grooves; inscribed on bottom: AS_H _GATHON"; origin Uganda.
269.
Ebony bowl
Ebony bowl Ebony dish; origin Turkana people of Kenya.
270.
Ebony elephant carving
Ebony elephant carving Ebony elephant with white wooden tusks, eyes, and toes; possible origin is South Eastern Africa.
271.
Ebony elephant carving
Ebony elephant carving Ebony elephant with white wooden tusks and eyes; possible origin is South Eastern Africa.
272.
Ebony elephant carving
Ebony elephant carving Ebony elephant with white wooden tusks and eyes; possible origin is South Eastern Africa.
273.
Ebony elephant carving
Ebony elephant carving Ebony elephant with white wooden tusks and eyes; possible origin is South Eastern Africa.
274.
Ebony letter opener
Ebony letter opener Ebony paper knife with an elephant carved on the handle, large notch carved just below elephant; origin West Kenya.
275.
Elephant hair bracelet
Elephant hair bracelet Elephant hair bracelet; four rings with two decorative twisted pieces; origin Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mbo people.
276.
Elephant hair bracelet with charm
Elephant hair bracelet with charm Elephant hair bracelet; three rings connected in middle by twisted pieces and a square piece made of wood or ivory; origin Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mbo people.
277.
Elephant tail bracelet
Elephant tail bracelet Bracelet made of elephant tail. Origin West Africa.
278.
Executioning sword
Executioning sword Executioning sword with metal blade and wooden handle; decorative cord in several colors wraps around handle, pieces of red hair are attached through holes in the handle; origin Bira people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
279.
Fanner
Fanner Large bamboo rice fanner in herringbone pattern. Origin Bo, Sierra Leone.
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Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids lunchbox
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids lunchbox Metal lunchbox and thermos depicting scenes from the television show "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" which aired from 1972 to 1985.
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