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Did you ever own a music box, or still do? When you wind it up, the way it works is similar to this artifact spotlight, a roller organ. Produced from the late 1870s through the 1920s, the roller organ was the must-have music device of the Victorian period.  

Reliable and durable, many cookware items in the past were made of cast iron. From kettles to Dutch ovens, even toasters were made of iron.

A New Device for the Modern Kitchen

Weddings are a time of celebration, joining of families, and of course, presents. Specifically, gifts for the newlywed’s home. On a wooden rope bed in the museum lays just such a present, a quilt given to newlyweds Eliza Spencer and E. Higley.

Corn for Play

Giving You those Perfect Ringlets