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Vicky Victory's illustrated likeness appeared on hairpin kits produced by the Smith Victory Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y. during World War II. This particular set, now in the hands of the State Museum of Pennsylvania, came from the Beauty Salon of Adaline Roberts in Plymouth, Pa.

Vicky Victory's illustrated likeness appeared on hairpin kits produced by the Smith Victory Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y. during World War II. This particular set, now in the hands of the State Museum of Pennsylvania, came from the Beauty Salon of Adaline Roberts in Plymouth, Pa.

This is a photographic postcard of Robert C. “Bob” Hoffman in his World War I…

This is a photographic postcard of Robert C. “Bob” Hoffman in his World War I…

This week’s Pennsylvania Treasure is a mousetrap that was donated to the  State Museum in 1929.  The trap comes from Huff’s Church in Berks County.

This week’s Pennsylvania Treasure is a mousetrap that was donated to the State Museum in 1929. The trap comes from Huff’s Church in Berks County.

The flag of a militiaman at the heart of the Whiskey Rebellion

The flag of a militiaman at the heart of the Whiskey Rebellion

Gov. David L. Lawrence shows off a newspaper headline detailing the Pittsburgh…

Gov. David L. Lawrence shows off a newspaper headline detailing the Pittsburgh…

Made of dovetail construction complete with arched ends with holds for handles, this cradle features remnants of brass knobs on two sides. The cradle was likely built between 1770 and 1790.

Made of dovetail construction complete with arched ends with holds for handles, this cradle features remnants of brass knobs on two sides. The cradle was likely built between 1770 and 1790.

This excise tax receipt was drafted during the tumultuous years of the Whiskey Rebellion.

This excise tax receipt was drafted during the tumultuous years of the Whiskey Rebellion.

A glass decanter made by a company partially owned by Albert Gallatin

A glass decanter made by a company partially owned by Albert Gallatin

Victorian society embraced the wearing of hair jewelry as a physical reminder of eminent death. Couples often inscribed personalized messages,  such as this lovers knot engraved with  “H. A. McA. April 12, 1857.” This piece is attributed to Henrietta Orbison, who married Hugh McAllister in 1841.

Victorian society embraced the wearing of hair jewelry as a physical reminder of eminent death. Couples often inscribed personalized messages, such as this lovers knot engraved with “H. A. McA. April 12, 1857.” This piece is attributed to Henrietta Orbison, who married Hugh McAllister in 1841.

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