1890-1899

Phi Beta Kappa key, 1897

Copper key inscribed with name of Edgar Rohrer Heckman as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, 1897.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00148

Location: Shelf 26 (housed with AC 00141 - AC 00160)

Subject: Honor Societies, Key

Format: Pins/Buttons

Phi Beta Kappa key, 1898

Copper key inscribed with name of Montgomery Porter Sellers as a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 1898.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00147

Location: Shelf 26 (housed with AC 00141 - AC 00160)

Subject: Honor Societies, Key

Format: Pins/Buttons

Phi Beta Kappa key, 1898

Copper key inscribed with name of Walter Wesley Rice as a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 1898.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00152

Location: Shelf 26 (housed with AC 00141 - AC 00160)

Subject: Honor Societies, Key

Format: Miscellaneous

Phi Beta Kappa key, 1898

Large copper key inscribed with name of Leon Cushing Prince as a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 1898.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00146

Location: Shelf 26 (housed with AC 00141 - AC 00160)

Subject: Honor Societies, Key

Format: Pins/Buttons

Phi Kappa Psi Handled Cups, c.1890

Six sterling silver handled cups that were presented to Phi Kappa Psi by Frysinger Evans, a member of the class of 1892.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00355

Location: Shelf 24

Subject: Greek Life

Format: Miscellaneous

Pink and Green Vase with Cap, c.1890

A small pink and white vase with green and pink floral and gilt design details. The vase is accompanied by a small pink and white cap with intricate gilt floral designs. On the bottom is the makers stamp in orange and the artists signature. This object belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_13

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 4)

Subject: vase

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

Robert Cole Prize Medal, 1890

A gold polygonal medal for the Cole Freshman Elocution Contest of 1890, awarded to Montgomery Porter Sellers, inscribed with the text "COLE PRIZE MEDAL GIFT OF Robert C. Cole Class of '79" on the front. On the back the inscription reads "Awarded to M. P. Sellers June 19th, 1890 for excellence in Elocution Freshman Contest Class '93".

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 00164

Location: Shelf 26 (housed with AC 00161-00180)

Subject: Award Medals, Oratorical Contests

Format: Currency/Medallions

Romeo and Juliet Tray, 1895

A long white rectangular tray with hand painted gold details around the edge of the tray and a hand painted design of Romeo and Juliet, a sword, a question mark, and the text "Romeo and Juliet." in gold. This object belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_9

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 3)

Subject: China

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

Set of Bowls (4), c.1890

A set of four small white bowls with gilt decoration along the circumferance of the bowl and around the rim. The letters "E.A.L" are written on the sides of the bowls in gilt. These objects belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_8

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 3)

Subject: China

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

Small Beaded Drawstring Pouches (2), c.1890

Two small tan leather drawstring pouches from the Shoshone at Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho. One pouch is decorated with intricate bead work with red, blue and yellow beads. The other pouch is decorated with embroidered patterns in red and blue and features leather tassels at the bottom. Each pouch is tied off with a drawstring at the top. These pouches belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_9 and AC 2002.2_10

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: pouch, bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Small Beaded Pouch, c.1890

A small pouch from the Shoshone at Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho. The pouch is intricately decorated with pink, white, green, red, yellow and blue beadwork and has a length of beadwork attached to one of the top corners. This object belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_8

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: pouch, bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Small Blue Beaded Pouch (2), c.1890

Two small tan leather pouches from the Shoshone at Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho. The pouches are intricately and identically decorated with light blue, red, yellow, green, white and dark blue beads and leather tassels on the sides. These objects were owned by Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_7

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Small Dark Blue Beaded Pouch, c.1890

A small dark blue pouch with some bead work in orange, red, green, white and black. A little handle is sown onto the corner of the pouch. This object is from the Shoshone Indians from the Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, and belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_17

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: pouch, bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Small Toy Cradleboard with Doll, c.1890

A small toy Cradleboard made of leather and decorated with red, blue, green and yellow bead work. A small porcelain doll is tied into the center of the Cradleboard. This item comes from the Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, and belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_12

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: toy, bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Small Toy Cradleboard, c.1890

A small toy cradleboard made of tan leather and colored hemp string. The toy is decorated with pink, green, red and blue bead work and a bundle of black cloth meant to represent a baby bundled in the cradleboard. A long multicolored hemp rope is attached to the back of the cradleboard. This item belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_11

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: toy, bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Strings of Beads, c.1890

Eight strands of various colored and sized beads, many of which the ends are tied together to make bracelets. These objects are from the Shoshone Indians at Fort Hall Reservation, Idaho, and belonged to Zatae Longsdorff, class of 1887. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.2_15

Location: Shelf 32 Box 4

Subject: bead work

Format: Miscellaneous

Triangular Dish with Bird, c.1890

A small triangular dish with two birds in a tree with an umbrella painted in the middle with gilt decorations painted around the rim. This object belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_3

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 1)

Subject: China

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

Watercolor of a Man and Woman, c.1890

A small watercolor painting of a man and a woman in 19th century dress. The painting is matted and framed in a gold frame. This object was owned by Elizabeth Anna Low, class 1891. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_14

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 4)

Subject: Painting

Format: Artwork/Photography

White and Green Scalloped Bowl, c.1890

A small white and green scalloped bowl with gilt decoration around the rim and various green leaf designs around the inside and outside of the bowl. This item belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_4

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 1)

Subject: China

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

White and Pink Envelope Box, c.1890

A small white and pink ceramic envelope box with gilt around the rim and floral design decorations in yellow, green, and brown. On the bottom is the manufactorer's stamp and the artist's signature. This object belonged to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_2

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 1)

Subject: envelope box

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

White Bowl and Saucer, c.1890

A white bowl attached to a saucer. Both have roses painted on them with gold edging. This object was painted and given to Elizabeth Anna Low, class of 1891, by classmate Sarah Yocum, Class of 1891.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2002.8_5

Location: Shelf 33 (Box 2)

Subject: Dishes

Format: Glassware/Ceramics

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