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This fragmented drinking glass was likely a promotional item that once held peanut butter. The glass is encircled with branding marks below western scenes. The glass depicts a cowboy in chaps with an empty plate next to a cook and camp fire. Behind the cook is a wagon and partial cactus, presumably the chuck wagon. The site, a farmstead and out buildings in Chase County, was excavated in 1980 by an Emporia State University field school and the artifacts were donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 2005.

Date: 1940-1960

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Item Number: 506228
Call Number: 14CS702-6-1-2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 506228

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