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CABINET
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Accession Number: 1996.77.1

Physical Description: Small light finished oak child’s dish cupboard. Two doors at the top with two drawers below. The doors have red painted panels and a metal pull on each. The doors open to reveal two shelves. The drawers have two metal pulls each. Narrow red painted wood between and below and between the drawers. A decoratively cut back splash along the back edge of the top.

History of Object: Belonged to the donor's aunt, Ida Ann Vaughn (1892-1994). She was born in 1892 in Quenemo, Osage County, Kansas. Her mother, Minnie Mize Vaughn, died a year after she was born. Ida received this cabinet about that time (1893) but was not allowed to play with it until she was deemed old enough to know how to take care of it. It came with a set of 11 white dishes that are also in the collection. Her father, Charles Thomas Vaughn, was a farmer. See accession file for more information.

Date: 1893

Dimensions (in cm): 27.00 (H) 19.30 (W) 10.80 (D)

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Associations and Subjects

    Use, Place of: Osage County (Kan.)
    Use, Place of: Quenemo (Kan.)
    Individual: Vaughn, Ida Ann, 1892-1994

Status: Cataloged

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