The National Museum of American History is not an art museum. But works of art fill its collections and testify to the vital place of art in everyday American life. The ceramics collections hold hundreds of examples of American and European art glass and pottery. Fashion sketches, illustrations, and prints are part of the costume collections. Donations from ethnic and cultural communities include many homemade religious ornaments, paintings, and figures. The Harry T Peters "America on Stone" collection alone comprises some 1,700 color prints of scenes from the 1800s. The National Quilt Collection is art on fabric. And the tools of artists and artisans are part of the Museum's collections, too, in the form of printing plates, woodblock tools, photographic equipment, and potters' stamps, kilns, and wheels.
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Jésus tombe pour la 3me fois IXme Stn. ["Jesus falls for the third time; ninth station of the cross" : stereo photonegative.]
- Same as RSN 19165, 19166, 19167, 19168, 19169 and 19170. Orig. no. RR17 (label on plate)
- Currently stored in box 3.1.74 
- Copy negative of a half-tone photomechanical print (lithoprint stereo card); thumbtack visible above images. Caption in French on card: "Jésus tombe pour la 3me foix IXme Stn."
- Underwood & Underwood
- Jesus Christ
- Local number
- 03143-18399.tif (AC Scan No.)
- RSN 19164
- Data Source
- Archives Center - NMAH