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    • Clay pipe

    • Pipes (Smoking); Tobacco pipes; Clay
    • Red oxide gives this oval shaped clay pipe its reddish color. A seam in the pipe indicates that it was probably made using a mold. A portion of the pipe surrounding the neck has been broken off and repaired with plaster. The pipe is marked in ink...
    • Commemorative coin

    • Coins
    • Part of a series of presidential commemorative coins, this brass coin depicts Chester A. Arthur, "21st President U.S.A., 1881-1885." The reverse side is enscribed "Our Chet - Q.M. General in Civil War, Collector of Port of NY, VP, Became President...
    • Minié bullet

    • Bullets; Ammunition
    • This Minié ball is a conical, cylindrical soft lead bullet with three grooves around the base of the cylinder. This type of bullet, used in muzzle loading rifles, became prominent during the United States Civil War.
    • Portrait of John Durst

    • Paintings; Portraits; Portrait paintings
    • This is an oil painting of John Marie Durst as a boy. He owned the stone house which later became the Stone Fort in Nacogcoches, Texas.

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