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    • Link and pin coupler

    • Link and pin coupler

    • Railroads; Railroad construction & maintenance; Cast ironwork

    • To join train cars together, the cast iron pin was inserted into the removable oblong link and a permanently attached coupler. Switchmen worked between railroad cars to complete the dangerous task of linking them.
    • Fraternal pin

    • Fraternal pin

    • Jewelry

    • This gold pin is designed with the Masonic compass and rules emblem with the monogram "G" in the center. The piece belonged to Charles H. Tindall.
    • Painted canvas fan

    • Painted canvas fan

    • Fans (Accessories)

    • The bottom section of this fan is made of black painted wood, while the top portion is dark pleated canvas with an edging of black velvet. One side of the fan is painted with a white floral design. The fan is closed by a small pin with porcelain...
    • Hatpin

    • Hatpin

    • Pins & needles; Clothing & dress

    • This long metal hatpin is topped with a white bead. Used to secure a hat to the hair, this type of pin was a common accessory for women into the twentieth century.
    • Sewing wallet

    • Sewing wallet

    • Sewing; Pins & needles

    • With pockets and an expandable flap, the blue, brown, and green fabric sewing case includes a small pin cushion filled with cotton.

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