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Name Hughes Family
Number of Library records 32
Number of Photo records 46

Associated Records

Image of 2000.1.0022 -

2000.1.0022 -

Scale used in the kitchen

Image of 1988.5.0015 -

1988.5.0015 -

Pedro Smoking Tobacco Tin, Papers of Charles A. Hughes, Deed, Time books, Receipts, Chesterfield Cigarette Tin, Etc.

Image of 1988.5.0004 -

1988.5.0004 -

Black dress, shoes and an umbrella belonging to Orilla Hughes

Image of 2005.2.0002 -

2005.2.0002 -

wrench, double ended

Image of 1999.2.0002 -

1999.2.0002 -

Dolls ( made from soap bottles) used at the "Old Folks Party"

Image of 2005.2.0004 -

2005.2.0004 -

Coupler Used on the Hafen Ranch

Image of 1991.323.0064 -

1991.323.0064 -

Brownie Box Camera

Image of 2016.2.0021 -

2016.2.0021 -

Old rusty Corned Beef can with key - from Brasil

Image of 1988.5.0013 -

1988.5.0013 -

Orilla Hughes Pink Hat

Image of 1995.2.0001 -

1995.2.0001 -

Home made soap Home made Granulated soaps - 10 cups grease melt and strain - 1 can lye - 1 cup Clorox - 7 cups water - 2/3 cups borax - 1/2 cup Ammonia Mix all ingredients except grease then pour into melted grease. Mix - Let stand 20 minutes, then stir until it crumbles. As you stir the granules become smaller.

Image of 1996.2.0015 -

1996.2.0015 -

T Shirt. Hughes Reunion November 29, 1996, 100 years

Image of 1988.1.0106 -

1988.1.0106 -

Ball Perfect Mason Jar Green colored glass Pint size

Image of 1991.323.0056 -

1991.323.0056 -

Pocket Knife owned by David A. Abbott Case Stockman Knife with Clip, Sheepsfoot, and Awl blades. Clip Point Blade The most common blade on any knife is the Clip. The elongated tip aids in a variety of task from skinning to deboning. It is the most versatile of all blade types. Sheepsfoot Blade The Sheepsfoot blade was designed to trim sheep’s hooves. The dull back and rounded point allows pressure to be applied by the fingers without risk of being cut. For this reason, the Sheepsfoot is also adept at whittling. Awl or Punch Blade While an Awl blade may not appear useful for a pocket knife, it can perform the one task with great proficiency the other blades lack: puncturing. Blades that

Image of 1988.1.0003 -

1988.1.0003 -

Mason Jar, Good House Keeping, manufactured by Owens-Illinois Pacific Coast Company

Image of 1990.323.0063 -

1990.323.0063 -

Remington Portable Typewriter Belonged to Alice Aldridge

Image of 1989.1.0001 -

1989.1.0001 -

Petrified Wood 9 pieces

Image of 1986.5.0001 -

1986.5.0001 -

Metal Butter Churn

Image of 1988.82.0009 -

1988.82.0009 -

Electric Motor Used in the Elwood Theater

Image of 1989.5.0003 -

1989.5.0003 -

Hurricane Lantern Patented 1906 Donated by the C.A. Hughes family

Image of 1987.1.0006 -

1987.1.0006 -

Hand Made Doll, w/Hat