Tag Archives: Rose Collection

Archaeological illustration: part II

Remember the objects from my last post?  Here they are again – illustrated… Before spreadsheets and jpegs, typewriters and illustrations recorded and organized the Lab’s collections. Record keeping illustrations by Muriel Kirkpatrick from the Temple Anthropology Lab’s card catalogue. Advertisements

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Objects of travel

Here are more artifacts from the Rose Collection in honor of August, the month of travel and vacations! The nested teacups as well as the carved wooden spoon were acquired by Mrs. Rose herself.  The leather slippers, shown in the … Continue reading

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Play time

When looking through the storage drawers in the Temple Anthropology Lab, the Rose Collection is hard not to notice.  Mrs. Robert E. Rose of New Jersey, collected many interesting artifacts during her extensive travels. In 1967, in her later years, … Continue reading

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