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Hack Passenger Wagon

Hack Passenger Wagon

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Currently not on view
Object Name
Trimming, Fragments
stagecoach
Wagon
Date made
c. 1880
manufacturer
Abbot-Downing Company
maker
Abbot-Downing Company
place made
United States: New Hampshire, Concord
Physical Description
paper (envelope material)
ood; metal, iron; skin, leather (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 95 in x 154 in x 78 in; 241.3 cm x 391.16 cm x 198.12 cm
overall: 92 in x 156 in x 72 in; 233.68 cm x 396.24 cm x 182.88 cm
overall: 94 in x 79 in x 160 in; 238.76 cm x 200.66 cm x 406.4 cm
ID Number
TR.324253
catalog number
324253
accession number
254104
subject
Travel
Wagons
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Work and Industry: Transportation, Road
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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