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(91). Storage Jar
thumbnail image of itemA redware pottery storage jar with decorative glazing of a tree and paired birds.
Owner(s) :Eby, Cyrus  
(92). Surveyor's Chain
thumbnail image of itemSurveyor's chain used to measure linear distances.
Owner(s) :Bowman, Isaac L.  
(93). Tall Case Clock
thumbnail image of itemA tall case clock made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by B. Eby and brought to Upper Canada, Waterloo County, by Joseph Schneider.
Owner(s) :Schneider, Joseph  Schneider, Joseph E.  
(94). Two-piece Dress
thumbnail image of itemA woman's two-piece dress consisting of a bodice of black wool (a fine twill weave) and a skirt of black cotton grosgrain.
Owner(s) :Shantz, Elizabeth  
(95). Wedding Shirt
thumbnail image of itemA wedding shirt of made by Mary Schneider Nahrgang for her son, John Nahrgang.
Owner(s) :Schneider, Mary  
(96). Windsor Chair
thumbnail image of itemA set of three green Windsor chairs used by the Joseph Stauffer Snyder family in Bloomingdale, Waterloo County, Ontario.
Owner(s) :Snyder, Joseph S.  
(97). Windsor Chair
thumbnail image of itemA set of four hoop-back Windsor chairs from Louisa Snyder's home in Kitchener, Ontario. Signed "J. Troxel" under the seat of two chairs.
Owner(s) :Snyder, Louisa  
(98). Windsor Side Chair
thumbnail image of itemWindsor side chair overpainted in red.
Owner(s) :Schneider, Hannah  
(99). Windsor Side Chair
thumbnail image of itemA simple rod-back Windsor side chair.
Owner(s) :Schneider, Samuel B.  
(100). Winter Sheet
thumbnail image of itemAn all-wool handwoven winter sheet in natural wool and yellow ochre.
Owner(s) :Schneider, Barbara  
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