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Amelia and Eliza Danner
Jacob Maentel 
Photographer unidentified Amelia and Eliza DannerJacob Maentelc. 1815Hanover, Pennsylvania, United StatesWatercolor, gouache, ink, and pencil on paper2005.8.4
Ann Carll Coverlet: Blazing Star and Snowballs
Attributed to the Mott Mill
Photographed by Schecter Lee Ann Carll Coverlet: Blazing Star and SnowballsMott Mill1810Westbury, New York, United StatesIndigo-dyed wool, natural cotton1989.16.11
Anniversary Tin: Candelabra
Artist unidentified
Photo by John Parnell Anniversary Tin: CandelabraArtist unidentified1880–1900Hobart, New York, United StatesTin with sand-weighted base1984.29.1A
Apple Basket
Boynton Shop
Photo by John Parnell Apple BasketBoynton Shopc. 1815–1835New Hampshire or Massachusetts, United StatesPaint and metallic powders on asphaltum over tinplate75.1.4
Appliquéd and Embroidered Pictorial Bedcover
Artist unidentified
Photo by Gavin Ashworth Appliquéd and Embroidered Pictorial BedcoverArtist unidentified1825–1845Possibly New York State, United StatesWool, silk, cotton, and beads with silk and cotton embroidery1991.27.1
Appliquéd Carpet
Artist unidentified
Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor Appliquéd CarpetArtist unidentifiedc. 1860Possibly Maine, United StatesWool appliqué and embroidery on wool2013.1.50
Archangel Gabriel Weathervane
Artist unidentified
Photo by John Parnell Archangel Gabriel WeathervaneArtist unidentifiedc. 1840United StatesPaint on sheet metal1963.1.1
Armchair with View of Ithaca Falls
Chairmaker unidentified, decoration probably by R. H. Ranney
Photographer unidentified Armchair with View of Ithaca FallsChairmaker unidentifiedc. 1817–1825Ithaca, New York, United StatesPaint, bronze powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood, with rush seat2005.8.19
Assemblage of Crowd Scenes
Purvis Young
Photo by Gavin Ashworth Assemblage of Crowd ScenesPurvis YoungLate 1970sMiami, Florida, United StatesPaint on found wood1995.22.2
At Jullo Callio via Norma They are captured by the Glandelinians
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz At Jullo Callio via Norma They are captured by the GlandeliniansHenry DargerMid-twentieth centuryChicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, and carbon tracing on pieced paper2001.16.3
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