This is a plate with a blue transfer pattern. The image in the center is the Kansas Shawnee Mission. The plate commemorates the centennial of the mission. The building is a two story brick with two trees in the forefront. On the back the text reads "KANSAS SHAWNEE MISSION CENTENNIAL PLATE/DEDICATED IN HONOR OF THE VISIT TO CONFERENCE OF OUR/ PRESIDENT GENERAL, MRS. WILL IAM A. BECKER/ WICHITA, MARCH 19, 1937."
Bust portrait of Mrs. Jouett Taylor Cannon.
The portrait depicts a young woman with golden brown hair and blue eyes. She appears to be wearing a ruffled powder blue dress with a creamy blouse underneath. The background has been painted with values of golden browns. A signature has been painted in red paint in the lower left corner reading "Bertha Scott."
This is a cream-colored dress with a net overskirt and bodice. The dress has a lining of lightweight cream silk. There are 3/4 length sleeves made of netting. The under bodice has a square neck with the outer bodice being a "V" neck. Both are made of netting. The dress has a long netting skirt around the hips. The ruffle on the bottom of the dress is made of netting as well. It has a left side opening with snaps.
This is a circular Daughters of the American Revolution celluloid process button with a paper insert in the back. It has a yellowed white background with "Connecticut" across the top, "Mrs. George Maynard Minor" around the bottom printed in ochre, and a yellow, blue, and white Connecticut state flag in the center. The back label reads "The Whitehead & Hoag Co./Buttons/Novelties/and Signs/(union label)/ Newark, N.J."
This is a 1916 Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution ribbon. The piece is a blue silk ribbon that reads "D.A.R./ KENTUCKY/ 1916." There are lines of gold stars at the top and the bottom and the seals for the state of Kentucky and the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution are in the center breaking up the inscription.
This is a Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) ribbon. It is made of dark blue silk with silver printing. The word "KENTUCKY" is printed in large letters across the center with stars above and below the text. The Kentucky state crest is printed along the top, and the DAR crest is printed along the bottom.
This is a name tag with a purple ribbon attached to it from the 1917 Daughters of the American Revolution Convention. The name tag is paper with a decorative metal frame, and the ribbon has silver-inked lettering that says, "Delegate." Below that is a broken, thick silver line enclosing 13 stars, and below that, it says, "Continental / Congress." Below that is the DAR seal, then the letters N.S.D.A.R. with 1917 below. At the bottom above the fringe is a decorative silver line. There is no name written on the name badge. The back of the ribbon is a lighter shade of purple.
This is a Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution ribbon. The piece is a blue silk ribbon that reads "KENTUCKY" with a line of stars above and below it. There seals for the state of Kentucky and the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution are printed in silver.
This is deep purple ribbon with a badge attached to the top and silver-inked lettering, all in capital letters, on the ribbon. The ribbon reads, "Chapter / Regent" with a broken silver line below enclosing 13 stars, then, "Continental / Congress." Below that is the seal of the Daughters of the American Revolution in silver. Below that are the letters N. S. D. A. R. with 1917 below. At the bottom of the ribbon above the fringe is a decorative silver line. There is a badge attached to the top of it with a decorative metal frame around a paper label that has the name Mrs. George Baker written on it. The back of the ribbon is a lighter shade of purple.
This is deep purple ribbon with a badge attached to the bottom and gold-inked lettering, all in capital letters, on the ribbon. The ribbon reads, "KENTUCKY / STATE / CONFERENCE" with a gold dividing line below, then, "DAUGHTERS / OF THE / AMERICAN / REVOLUTION." There is a badge attached to the bottom of the ribbon with a decorative metal frame around a paper label that has the name Mrs. John S. Gammon written on it.
This dark blue silk ribbon with silk printing and text is from the 1922 state conference for the Daughters of the American Revolution. The top of the ribbon has the Daughters of the American Revolution seal printed in silver. There are three thin horizontal pinstripes through the center. Below, the ribbon says, "DELEGATE / State Conference / 1922." Between a pair of thin silver lines at the bottom, it says "Lexington" in capital letters.
This is a gold silk ribbon with silver-inked lettering and a fringed bottom. Across the top is the word "Member" in all capital letters. Below that is a broken line enclosing small diamonds, and below that are the words, "Continental / Congress," all in capital letters. Below that is the emblem of the Daughters of the American Revolution, then "N.S.D.A.R. / 1917." Across the bottom is a decorative line. The top edge is folded to the back. Below the fold is a safety pin attaching a paper label to the ribbon. The label reads, "Meyer's Military Shop / Manufacturers of Metal Badges / Ribbon Badges, Flags & Pennants / 1231 Pa. Ave., N.W. / Washington, D. C.
This is Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) ribbon. It reads, "State Historian / State Conference / Louisville / 1920." The DAR crest is located above "Louisville." The ribbon has a safety pin attached to the top edge.
This is a badge for the Kentucky DAR, State Historian. This is a cream-coloured ribbon with blue print that reads: "HISTORIAN/ KENTUCKY/ CONFERENCE/ 1921." It has a seal with the words: "DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION" on it in the center.
This is a teal-blue silk ribbon with fringe at the bottom and gold-printed image and text. It reads "Kentucky" in capital letters through the center. There is a derivation of the Seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky at the top that depicts two men facing each other and clasping hands with text above that reads, "United we stand, divided we fall," all in capital letters. The official seal of the Daughters of the American Revolution is at the bottom.
A metal safety pin at the back top attaches a paper label that says MEYER'S SHOPS / (S. N. MEYER, Inc. / 1331 F STREET N.W. / WASHINGTON, D.C.
This is a silk ribbon from a reception for the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1934. The ribbon is white silk with blue printing on it. The top has the DAR seal and beneath that it reads: "RECEPTION/ D.A.R./ OF/ KENTUCKY/ 1934."