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Holcombe, Zena L (1)
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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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Straw purse
Straw purse Clutch purse made from light and dark colored straw and decorated with shells. Lined with brown silk. The straw was woven in Long Bay Cays and sold to craftswomen in Nassau. Originally purchased in the straw market of Nassau, Bahamas.
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Straw purse
Straw purse Clutch purse made from light and dark colored straw. The straw was woven in Long Bay Cays and sold to craftswomen in Nassau. Originally purchased in the straw market of Nassau, Bahamas.
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Doll
Doll Female doll representing a market woman wearing a turquoise gele (headtie), green necklace, and print dress. Made by L. Zena Holcombe in Monrovia, Liberia.
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Straw bag
Straw bag Large straw bag made of dark colored straw and decorated with shells. Lined with brown cloth. The straw was woven in Long Bay Cays and sold to craftswomen in Nassau. Originally purchased in the straw market of Nassau, Bahamas.
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Straw vegetable basket
Straw vegetable basket Market carrying basket with two handles; origin Mbo people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
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Straw market basket
Straw market basket Market carrying basket with two handles; origin Mbo people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire).
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Straw purse
Straw purse Straw purse with handle and turquoise linen lining. The straw was woven in Long Bay Cays and sold to craftswomen in Nassau. Originally purchased in the straw market of Nassau, Bahamas.
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After Market
After Market Watercolor print entitled "After Market" signed by Leo S. Carty. Numbered 8/250.