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  • Collection: Technology

History Harvest Interview
The Stereoscope (http://courses.ncssm.edu/gallery/collections/toys/html/exhibit01.htm) is an object that allows a person to view a picture in a three dimensional perspective. It does this by placing two nearly identical pictures side by side, about…

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In 1958 president Dwight D. Eisenhower established the National Aeronautics and space Administration. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASA He designed this association to operated by civilians rather than having the military run this new association.…

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David Emile Marcantel was the co-owner of the broadcast from 1997 to 2000. The broadcast was only in French

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This is a butter maker that would attach to a mason jar.

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An old bug-sprayer, with a cylindrical tank and a push lever. Shows signs of wear and tear, including rust.

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An antique metal hand-drill. Rusted, but wooden the handle is still reasonably smooth and free of pitting. Differs from the other drill in this online collection in shape, and in that it has a circular hand-cranked gear in its design. According to C.…

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An old iron, of the type used for pressing clothes. Its surface is coated with rust, but a label is still legible on the handle.

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An antique metal hand-drill. Rusted, but wooden the handle is still reasonably smooth and free of pitting.

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A glass lantern in a red metal frame. Frame shows signs of age and wear, particularly on the top and at the base. According to Facebook discussion "Fueled with kerosene, i.e. "coal oil". This style was rugged and used for outdoor work, because it was…