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January 11, 2011

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Aimee E Newell

Hello:

Thanks so much for letting us know - that must have been quite a collection. We have a few other Native American beaded bags in our collection, although we do not have nearly the variety of form and design of some museums. Thanks for reading our blog!
Aimee Newell

Rolland Miner

Nice article. Back in middle 60's I owned over two hundred whimsies. All were cataloged and marked as to location obtained at and origin. It was a 5 year project for a study for the no longer around Indian Museum in Cooperstown NY. They were collected from all over NY State.

Rolland Miner

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