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Tap To Enlarge An early Edison light bulb. Notice the filament is intact. Collection of Henrietta McDaniel.
Tap To Enlarge A decorative light bulb from the period when rooms had hang-down, pull-string fixtures to screw light bulbs into. Henrietta McDaniel collection.
Tap To Enlarge A Christmas decorative light bulb that probably screwed into a light socket hanging from the ceiling. Made in Japan before World War II. Collection of Henrietta McDaniel.
Tap To Enlarge The old Methodist Church in Spring Place, built 1875, has these oil lamps mounted on the walls of the sanctuary. Probably original fixtures.


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