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Enjoying New Hampshire Treasures New Hampshire Historical Society Collections at the Museum of New Hampshire History and the Tuck Library
A museum label supplies the following information:
Gift of State of N.H.
identification of the object the creator’s name where the object was made the date the object was made the materials the source (how the object came into the museum’s possession) the object’s accession number