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Record 1406/2271
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Abstract "The Flint Colonial Plows and American Independence," undated

Describes the public showing of two "authentic" revolutionary-era plows belonging to the Flint family. Includes photographs. On the reverse side are two sketches of Lexington memorials: one sculpted by Daniel Chester French unveiled in 1875, and one sculpted by Henry Hudson Kitson and donated to Lexington by Francis B. Hayes in 1900.

23 cm x 30.5 cm
Object ID Worthen.18.35.03
Object Name Handbill
People Flint
Flint, Edward (Mrs.)
Flint, Ephraim
Flint, Henry
French, Daniel C.
Hayes, Francis B.
Kitson, Henry Hudson
Search Terms First National store
Lexington Road #28, Flint homestead
Battle of Lexington
Flint homestead, Lexington Road #28
Subjects Plows
Muskets
Title "The Flint Colonial Plows and American Independence," undated
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