Uncovering the Past, Part 4
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I’m winding down the possibilities of discoverable stuff in my mother’s apartment, but I did manage to find a few more entertaining things over the last few weeks …
Navy blue dress with buttons
A “British Crown Colony” label in a silk blouse
My high school graduation dress
Hepburn silk blouse
Suit button detail
Box of Chivalry rocks glasses
Ranmaru dish label
“It’s the Berries” cup
Met museum hippo
Met museum hippo closeup
Let the photo project begin!
Dancing peasants album detail
Gold lettering kit
Gold lettering instructions (is it just me, or do these seem kind of complicated?)
“Magic” Magnetic Photo Album
Clay pot. I never remember this being used, but I remember my mother pointing it out and saying she USED to use it. I now have a clay pot cookbook on reserve from the library, so I’ll learn how to use it.
“Unique features” of this photo album
International vaccination certificate. This appears to have belonged to my mother’s paternal grandmother, and I believe it was used in the displaced persons camp in Germany.
Vaccination certificate stamps