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front Children's boots
c. 1850
Boys and men wore boots such as these for riding horses and for farm work.
front Work shoe
This is typical of a unisex work shoe for the early 19th century.
front Men's pumps
c. 1830
Both men and women in the early 19th century wore "pumps".
front Fire Bucket
c. 1840
The painted leather fire bucket was placed in a convenient place in the house, near the door, to be filled with water to extinguish fires.
front Slippers
c. 1900
These slippers, or "pumps" have no rights or lefts.
front Pocketbook
c. 1835
This leather pocketbook was purchased by a South Deerfield, Massachusetts, man in 1835, just as manufactured leather pocketbooks were beginning to be distributed in the United States.
front Wallet
c. 1930
This wallet was made in the South Deerfield, Massachusetts, plant of the Arms Manufacturing Company in 1930. The plant operated in South Deerfield until soon after 1948.
front Pocketbook

This pocketbook, or wallet, is a flat leather folding case for money or personal papers that can be carried in a pocket or a handbag.
front Cartridge Box

Cartridge boxes were among the supplies the Union Army issued to a Civil War soldier.
front Bullet pouch
Often pouches like this one were taken to war by militia and by riflemen rather than the cartridge boxes that were more familiar by the time of the American Revolution.


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