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    On View: Carved Pipe

    Panel pipes were most likely carved as status symbols rather than for smoking. There is no evidence that this pipe was ever used, even thoug...

     
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    • Title: Harper's weekly
      • Description: 65 v. ill. 34-41 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries
      • Imprint: [New York, Harper's Magazine Co., etc.]
      • Date: 1857-1902
      • Call Number: PER
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