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Accession number: ST.2010.580.01
Object type: Child's
Date: circa 1850
Materials: wood
Measurements: 30 cm L x 28 cm W x 56 cm H
Culture: Nova Scotian
Narrative: The donor stated that this chair was always in their home and every child and grandchild in the family had their picture sitting in it.
Description: Small wooden chair with two rungs in back, two in armrest, and one around the bottom (higher in front and back than in sides). Seat can be lifted up; is held in place by two nails.