List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of objects - e.g. click Theme and then click War. (All objects have been classified by their contributor.)

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Theme / Communication / 2000 - 2010

  1. Parlor guitar Parlor guitar Contributed by Individual
  2. Letter about Dad's organ donations Letter about Dad's organ donations Contributed by Individual
  3. Interacting with the World Wide Web Interacting with the World Wide Web Contributed by Individual
  4. Community Quilt: 'What is Mission?' Community Quilt: 'What is Mission?' Contributed by Individual
  5. Figure of Thai Postman Figure of Thai Postman Contributed by Individual
  6. Quentin Cooper's Daily Mail poster Quentin Cooper's Daily Mail poster Contributed by Individual
  7. Hardeep Singh Kohli's Painting Hardeep Singh Kohli's Painting Contributed by Individual
  8. smart phone smart phone Contributed by Individual
  9. A sheet for teaching Braille letters A sheet for teaching Braille letters Contributed by Individual
  10. George IV carnival costume George IV carnival costume Contributed by Museum
  11. The apple iphone The apple iphone Contributed by Individual
  12. Artwork: Summerhill Pegboard Artwork: Summerhill Pegboard Contributed by Individual
  13. Digital/mobile phone camera Digital/mobile phone camera Contributed by Individual
  14. iPhone iPhone Contributed by Individual

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