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Red-painted tin box with a hinged door with a key and a slot at the top for orders and way bills. It is decorated with scrolls in yellow paint. The body of the box is made from a single sheet of tin, seamed at the right side, center; the seam is reinforced with two strips of tin tacked perpendicular to the seam. The pointed top is a separate piece of tin, as is the hinged door. Four holes pierce the back of the box, presumably for mounting. Two waybills are folded up in a box.
oil paint (paint)
In yellow paint on the front of the box is: STAGE/ORDERS/S.BAKER. On the inside door is a peeling white sticker with a ballpoint pen is: 8.-xo .
Original to Cogswell's Grant (Essex, Mass.),
Title Waybills Accession Number 1991.936.2
13.875 x 9 x 4 (HxWxD) (inches)
Gift of Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little