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Oak Map Case or Cabinet

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Oak Map Case or Cabinet
ca. 1902?
Globe-Wernicke or Globe?

Content Description: 

Cabinet. Or Modular Map Case. Consists of top and two sections: A: top cap; B: bank of small drawers, six on left side and six on right side; C: bank of small drawers, six on left, six in center and three on right side. Made of oak modular stacking units that are now displayed in Old Capitol Governor's Suite (in Secretary's Office) against south wall, on top left. One of the cardboard labels on a drawer reads: W.S. Jennings/private. Another label reads: Blank pardons. [Note: W. S. Jennings was governor from 1901-1905.]

Physical Description: 

H: 29 1/2" W: 41 3/4" D: 12 7/8"
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399