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    • 1884  Log cabin kitchen area

    • Unknown
    • Structure; Building; House
    • Hand hewn squared logs used in log cabin built in 1884. It has one side window, one front door, one side door, two back windows and a loft. The Hancock Log Cabin was built around 1890 near Silver Creek on the East Side of Tumbleweed Street....
    • 1884  Log cabin

    • Unknown
    • Structure; Building; House
    • Hand hewn squared logs used in log cabin built in 1884. It has one side window, one front door, one side door, two back windows and a loft. The Hancock Log Cabin was built around 1890 near Silver Creek on the East Side of Tumbleweed Street....
    • 1900 Standifird home parlor

    • Brimhall family
    • Structure; Buildings; House
    • Home built from native sandstone with walls two feet thick, two chimneys and a tin roof. James Pearce and John H. Standifird were the two first settlers in Taylor. The Standifird Home was built in about 1900 by the Brimhalls. It was rented out ...
    • 1900 Standifird home upstairs A

    • Brimhall family
    • Structure; Buildings; House
    • Home built from native sandstone with walls two feet thick, two chimneys and a tin roof. James Pearce and John H. Standifird were the two first settlers in Taylor. The Standifird Home was built in about 1900 by the Brimhalls. It was rented out ...
    • 1900 Standifird home upstairs B

    • Brimhall family
    • Structure; Buildings; House
    • Home built from native sandstone with walls two feet thick, two chimneys and a tin roof. James Pearce and John H. Standifird were the two first settlers in Taylor. The Standifird Home was built in about 1900 by the Brimhalls. It was rented out ...
    • 1900 Standifird home

    • Brimhall family
    • Structure; Buildings; House
    • Home built from native sandstone with walls two feet thick, two chimneys and a tin roof. James Pearce and John H. Standifird were the two first settlers in Taylor. The Standifird Home was built in about 1900 by the Brimhalls. It was rented out ...
    • Confederate Defeat quilt

    • Camp, Margaret Henrietta Baird
    • Building Furnishings, Bedding, Quilt
    • 100 Year old quilt is hand pieced and quilted . Pattern is Confederate defeat or Democratic victory
    • Willow baby crib

    • Faught, Henry
    • Building Furnishings; Furniture; Crib
    • Baby crib with some curved spindles cut from willows from Silver Creek.
    • Hand made mattress WPA project

    • Standifird, Eva Hunt
    • Building Furnishings; Bedding; Mattress
    • Mattress with gray and white striped-ticking, hand made as WPA project in 1930's
    • Hand  grown, spun and  woven fabric

    • Atchison, Ekuzabeth Hood
    • Technology and Equipment for Materials; Textile Working Technology and Equipment; Loom, shuttleless
    • The cotton and indigo in this piece of cloth were raised, woven and spun by Ekuzabeth Hood Atchison in St. George Utah.
    • Kitchen  home comfort stove

    • Wrought Iron Ranges . No. A.G.St. Louis, Mo.
    • Furnishings, Temperature Control, Stove
    • Wrought Iron stove with gray and white speckled enamel facing. The oven has an insert which reads: Registered Home Comfort. It has a circle with a dial indicating temperature and the words: Temperature of oven warmth with quantity and type...
    • Loom

    • Unknown
    • Technology and Equipment for Materials; Textile Working Technology and Equipment; loom
    • Loom, four inches wide, 20 inches long, no shuttle.
    • Midwife trunk

    • Unknown
    • Personal Artifact, Personal Gear, Trunk
    • Wooden trunk
    • Parlor furniture set

    • Unknown
    • Building Furnishings; Furniture; Chairs
    • A rocker, a great chair and an accent chair, all one set, upholstered.
    • Pot bellied stove

    • Smith-System Heating Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
    • Furnishings; Temperature Control Device; Stove
    • Convection pot bellied stove, 20 inch diameter, 5 feet 6 inches tall with chimney coming out of center top. It is round, but the bottom 8 inches are a square shape and it has four wrought iron claw legs. Decorative metal door open to feed wood...
    • Sarah spinning wheel

    • Unknown
    • Technology and Equipment for Materials; Textile Working; Wheel spinning
    • Large wheel antique spinning wheel.
    • Rocking chair

    • Unknown
    • Building Furnishings; Furniture; Chair Rocking
    • Wooden unpainted rocking chair.
    • Swift closed

    • Unknown
    • Technology and Equipment for Materials; Textile Working Technology and Equipment; Swift
    • A device to hold a hank of yarn for winding off into skeins. Made of wood and it opens like an umbrella and can be be adjusted to hold different amounts of yarn.
    • Swift

    • Unknown
    • Technology and Equipment for Materials; Textile Working Technology and Equipment; Swift
    • A device to hold a hank of yarn for winding off into skeins. Made of wood and it opens like an umbrella and can be be adjusted to hold different amounts of yarn.
    • Tithing book

    • Unknown
    • Communication Artifact;Documentary Artifact;Book, Account
    • A leather bound account book with entries for tithing given in kind in the 1890s in Taylor, Arizona. Account book was kept by the Taylor Ward Clerk, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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