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This nearly complete stained and chipped dinner plate was recovered from excavations at the Quindaro Townsite, an archaeological district now part of Kansas City, KS. The plate, a semi-vitreous hotelware, was manufactured by Shenago China of New Castle, Pennsylvania. Based on the makers mark on the back, the plate was a later addition to the Quindaro story, possibly part of a trash dump.

Date: 1912-1979

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Item Number: 449507
Call Number: 14WY314-585 Feature 34 cellar
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 449507

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