Furniture Highlights

Slat-Back Great Chair
Leather Side Chair
Joined Cupboard

Attributed to the Harvard College Joiners
Joined Chest

Attributed to Thomas Dennis
Chest of Drawers

Attributed to the Mason, Messenger, Edsall Shop Traditions
Valuables Cabinet

James Symonds
Court Cupboard
Leather Armchair
Joined Chest with Drawer
High Chest of Drawers
Easy Chair
Cane Armchair
Oval-Leaf Table
Box with Drawer

Attributed to Robert Crossman
Card Table
Japanned High Chest

Case made by John Pimm; japanning possibly by Robert Davis
Side Chair
Desk and Bookcase

Job Coit, Jr. and Sr.
Dressing Table
Tea Table
Side Chair
Easy Chair
High Chest

Attributed to the Joseph Hosmer shop
Double Chair-Back Settee

Boston or Charlestown, MA
, 1780-1803

Chest of Drawers

Attributed to Nathaniel Gould

John Cogswell
Dwarf Clock

Samuel Mulliken II
Tall Clock

Simon Willard
Lady’s Writing Desk

John and Thomas Seymour
Windsor Settee
Side Chair

Unidentified maker; Carving by Samuel McIntire

Attributed to George Bright
Desk and Bookcase

Attributed to Nathan Lombard
Looking Glass

Attributed to John Doggett
Desk and Bookcase

Unidentified maker; Carving attributed to Samuel McIntire
Arm Chair

Carving by Samuel McIntire

Design and carving attributed to Samuel McIntire
“Elastic” Side Chair

Samuel Gragg

Thomas Seymour and possibly James Cogswell; carving attributed to Thomas Wightman; painted by John Ritto Penniman
Fall Front Desk (Secrétaire à abbattant)

Emmons & Archbald; Thomas Emmons and George Archbald
Side Chair
Chamber Organ

George G. Hook and William Hook

Thomas Seymour
Dressing Table

Grover Spooner
Library Chair

Augustus Eliaers
Library Table

Felix Gendrot
Armchair for the Woburn Public Library

Probably designed by H.H. Richardson; possibly manufactured by A. H. Davenport & Company
Carved Oak Bookcase

Designed by H.H. Richardson
Bookcase Cabinet

Manufactured by J. J. McNutt Novelty Wood Works
Side Chair

Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company

Heywood Brothers and Wakefield Company
Windsor Chair

Conant, Ball Co.

Wallace Nutting

Irving and Casson—A. H. Davenport
Windsor Settee

Wallace Nutting
Dinette Set

National Chair Company
Writing Desk

Jere Osgood
Leopard Chest

Judy Kensley McKie
Arched and Animated

Jay Stanger
, 1994

Joined Great Chair

Attributed to Thomas Dennis
Chest over One Drawer

Probably by the Munn family of furniture craftsmen
High Chest of Drawers

Probably by Julius Barnard

Daniel Munroe; Case attributed to William Munroe
Windsor Chair

Samuel Wing

Unidentified maker; Carving attributed to Samuel McIntire
Chest of Drawers

Jonathan Peele Saunders; Carving by Samuel Field McIntire
Tilt-Top Table

Carving by Joseph True
Painted Bedstead with Canopy

Heywood Bro. & Company; Painted by Thomas Hill and Edward Hill
Dropwell Chest with Mirror

John A. Ellis

A. H. Davenport Co.
Child’s Bed

Designed by Ralph Adams Cram; Carved by John Kirchmayer; Made by William F. Ross and Company
Rocking Chair

Nichols & Stone
Aluminum Settee

Jack Esty

Designed by Paul R. Goldman; Made by Plymold Corporation

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