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 Decade: 1870-1879
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Shoes

Shoes

Date: [1876..1890]
Creator: Mayer & Stern
Description: Pair of shoes of ivory kid leather. Rounded toes, with stitched detailing on tongues and with applied leather bow at instep with many "loops" creating large "poof". Shoes of ivory kid leather. Short, modified Louis heel covered with same leather. Stamped inside left Shoe: "Mayer & Stern/ Phila. / Centennial / 1776-1876"
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Boots

Boots

Date: 1874
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of boots or "High Button Shoes" of ivory kidskin leather. The shoes, designed with slightly rounded toes, button closed along outer side, with 8 domed leather-covered buttons on each shoe. Edge along buttons is scalloped, as is the upper edge of the boot. The The low, stacked heels are rounded at sides and back, and are curved at front, and taper slightly to base. Left Shoe markings: "Excelsior"
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Dorigen of Bretaigne Longing for the Safe Return of Her Husband

Dorigen of Bretaigne Longing for the Safe Return of Her Husband

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Date: 1871
Creator: Burne-Jones, Sir Edward
Description: The female's arms are outstretched. She's kneeling in front of either a window or a horizontal seascape painting. A pipe organ and some books are at the woman's right. The woman's long flowing gown is purple.
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Creeping Baby Clockwork Doll

Creeping Baby Clockwork Doll

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Date: 1871
Creator: unknown
Description: The view of the doll is from the side. She wears a pale yellow outfit and an open-weave bonnet with a frilly border. The baby doll is barefoot.
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For the Dance

For the Dance

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Date: 1879
Creator: Greenaway, Kate
Description: The young girl is depicted in profile. She is wearing a orange/red striped dress with a flowered overskirt, a hat, fingerless gloves and holds a green fan.
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Mi-gyaung

Mi-gyaung

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Date: 1875/1899~
Creator: unknown
Description: The instrument looks like a crocodile with a highly decorated surface reminiscent of the scaly hide of a reptile with a painted face and jaw.
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O-daiko (Barrel Drum)

O-daiko (Barrel Drum)

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Date: 1873~
Creator: Kodenji Hayashi
Description: A finely decorated rooster sits atop the drum which rests on a pillow and a stand. The stand is also intricately decorated with imagery, foliage, flowers, water, patterns, and serpents.
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The Gold Scab, Eruption in Frilthy Lucre

The Gold Scab, Eruption in Frilthy Lucre

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Date: 1879
Creator: James Whistler
Description: Painting entitled The Gold Scab, Eruption in Frilthy Lucre.
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Cowboys Roping a Bear

Cowboys Roping a Bear

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Date: 1877
Creator: Walker, James
Description: This detail of the painting shows the roped bear at the center of the action in the painting.
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Cowboys Roping a Bear

Cowboys Roping a Bear

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Date: 1877
Creator: Walker, James
Description: The painting depicts a group of cowboys twirling their lassos in an attempt to capture a bear. Two or more cowboys have already lassoed the bear that is in the center of the horizontally oriented picture. The two cowboys in the foreground are depicted in regular tones while the cowboys in the background are pale in comparison.
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