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Drinking glass

Drinking glass
Date: between 1968 and 1972
A drinking glass depicting outer space items such as the earth and moon, space stations, satellites, astronauts, a rock and space shuttle. From the artistry and design of the space objects these likely date between 1968 and 1972. During this period NASA was designing a space shuttle (like that depicted) capable of being reused after returning from space unlike the rocket style craft previously used. Throughout the 1960's there was huge public interest in outer space climaxing with the 1969 moon landing.


Date: between 1890 and 1910
Public drinking glass from the Santa Fe Railway. The rounded base was designed to fit into a corresponding receptical in a communal water cooler. The Kansas State Board of Health, under the leadership of Dr. Samuel J. Crumbine, banned the use of common drinking cups in 1909.

Leisy Brewing Company Bottle from the Thomas Johnson/Henry Williams Dugout Site, 14GH102

Leisy Brewing Company Bottle from the Thomas Johnson/Henry Williams Dugout Site, 14GH102
Date: 1877-1920
This bottle was recovered during the 2007 Kansas Archeology Training Program excavations at 14GH102, the Thomas Johnson/Henry Williams dugout site, in Graham County. The Leisy Brewing Company opened in 1894 and closed in 1920. 14GH102 is a domestic site related to the settlement of Nicodemus, an all black community in western Kansas.

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