Seasonality: Food
Two splint baskets printed with potato-stamped designs.
Stoneware butter churn with wooden dasher.
Wooden butter stamp.
Wooden cheese press.
Engraving of a woman churning butter.
Churning Butter
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 34.
Cornhusk rug.
Devon milk cow, standing.
Diary entries from May 1861 to November 1862 written by Ann Scutt.
March 6, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
Wooden two-piece flail.
Flail
Gift of Ivan and Marilyn Karp
Metal hay knife with wooden handle.
International products that may have been sold at a general store.
Iroquois White Corn kernels in a bowl.
Black iron kettle.
Loading dock at a Wegmans store.
Loading Dock
Photo courtesy of Wegmans.
Local products that would typically be found in a general store.
Women in creamery with milk pans.
Milk Pans
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 33.
Side view of milking stool.
Milking Stool
Gift of Gary White
Narragansett hen.
Blue and white import porcelain plate from China.
Plate
Bequest of William Festus Morgan
Todd's General Store with porch.
General store pulley.
Balance scale.
Scale
Gift of Dr. T.H. Hughes
Shopping cart full of groceries.
Shopping Cart
Photo courtesy of Wegmans.
Village Post Office by Thomas Waterman Wood. Painting of interior of a general store.
Village Post Office
Gift of Stephen C. Clark
Front page of the 9 April 2005 Wegmans circular.
Weekly Circular
Photo courtesy of Wegmans.