Pipe, clay

Description (physical):

Pipe, clay

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
2008.0015
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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"home Rule" Pipe

Location:
West Virginia,Harpers Ferry,25425
Identifier:
2011.1022.0049
Institution:
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
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Pipe

Location:
1195 Baltimore Pike,Pennsylvania,Gettysburg,17325
Identifier:
2010.0124.0104
Institution:
Gettysburg National Military Park

Pipe

Date:
1850

This carved wooden pipe in the German Ulmer style comes from the Lydia Leister household. The Leister home was used by General George Gordon Meade as his headquarters at Gettysburg. The pipe features a hinged metal cover that allowed its use during any kind of weather.

Description (physical):

Brass, cherry wood. L 12”

Location:
1195 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
Identifier:
2010.0005.0005
Institution:
Gettysburg National Military Park

Pipe

Date:
c. 1860s
Description (physical):

Clay, wood. L 15.5, D 4 cm

Location:
1195 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
Identifier:
2010.0005.0053
Institution:
Gettysburg National Military Park

Pipe

Description (physical):

Top: Clay. D 3, H 3.7; L (of bowl) 6.2; L (of pipe) 1.4; D (max. D of stem) 1.6 cm; Center: Ceramic. L 5.1, H ( bowl) 3.5, Dia ( bowl) 3.0, 1.9 cm; Bottom: Clay, metal. L 3.7, Dia (bowl) 2.5, (stem) 1.6, H 3.7 cm

Location:
3201 Clay Street Vicksburg,Mississippi 39183
Identifier:
2010.0001.0030
Institution:
Vicksburg National Military Park

Boatswain's Pipe

This pipe was found in the forward starboard compartment of USS Cairo. Perhaps, during all of the excitement, it was dropped by one of Cairo's two boatswain mates, either 27 year-old Richard Lymont or 25 year-old Charles Smith.

Description (physical):

Material: Silver. L: 13.2 cm, W: 2.4 cm, Tube Di: at mouth end .95 cm, Ball Di: 1.9 cm

Location:
3201 Clay Street Vicksburg,Mississippi 39183
Identifier:
2010.0001.0052
Institution:
Vicksburg National Military Park

Pipe Of Jefferson Davis

Date:
c. 1865
Creator:
Kaldenberg and Sons, New York City

The pipe belonged to Jefferson Davis and was used by him during his confinement (1865-1867) at Fort Monroe.

Description (physical):

A Meerschaum pipe, consisting of four eagle claw talons around a pale yellow up-turned bowl. It is 8.5 inches long and weighs 8 oz. There is a silver colored metal band from the tip of the stem. There are bite marks around the tip of the stem.

Location:
20 Bernard Rd Hampton,Virginia 23651
Identifier:
MNRO 0068
Institution:
Fort Monroe Casemate Museum