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Object ID L268-17
Object Name Pipe, Elbow
Count 1
Description Ceramic. Flared conical bowl with flat rim; geometric punctate design; acute angle; broken at stem end.

From the Benedict Collection acquired by Charles Koehn.

Original catalog card: "Diminutive Siouan Pottery Pipe. Locality: Aug. Grignon farm, Fox River bank, Winnebago County, Wis. Received from E. Benedict - Charles Koehn Collection. Sand tempered pottery. It is beautifully decorated with many indentitures, practically covering the entire pipe way down to the stem."
Material Ceramic
Dimensions H-4.6 W-3.1 L-3.1 cm
Collecting location Augustin Grignon farm/Fox River bank/Winnebago County, WI
Collector Benedict/Koehn
Other # Koehn 3_
Related Publications George A. West. "Tobacco, Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Indians". Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, Vol 17, June 11, 1934 (Plate 217, Fig. 2).
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