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Fred Harvey serving spoon

Fred Harvey serving spoon
Creator: International Silver Company
Date: between 1915 and 1925
This silver serving spoon was made by the International Silver Company. The pattern name is "Cromwell," popular with the Fred Harvey Company and many railroads. This spoon is engraved with the "Fred Harvey" name on the handle. It was given to the Museum by Joan George, who worked for Fred Harvey at both the Bisonte Harvey House in Hutchinson and the Topeka Harvey House and lunch counter.

Serving spoon

Serving spoon
Creator: Hall & Elton
Date: between 1862 and 1864
A German silver dinner spoon in the plain tipped handle pattern, dating from between 1862 and 1870. Manufactured by Hall & Elton of Wallingford, Connecticut. The donor's father, Winfield Scott Chapman, served with Company F of the 16th Iowa Infantry during the Civil War. Chapman may have acquired the spoon when his regiment was stationed in Atlanta from June 8th to September 8th 1864. He used it until his regiment mustered out on July 19, 1865.

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