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This pipe was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1972. The pipe style, Pamplin, was named after those made originally at the Pamplin Pipe Factory in Pamplin, Virginia (1879-1952). They are also sometimes called reed stem pipes. Manufactured from clay, they are a common find at archeological sites. The lower portion of the bowl is decorated with an acorn pattern and the stem area is faceted.

Date: 1879-1972

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Item Number: 313514
Call Number: 1984.D.676
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 313514

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