CABIN CONTENT SUGGESTIONS September 2021
If you have an item or suggestion email us MHHSohio@gmail.com
HOUSEWARES / FURNITURE
Wood Chest of drawers or Wood shelving
Spinning wheel (acquired)
for yarn, thread, or both?
Blanket Chest (acquired)
Table(s) & seating (acquired)
If spinning wheel is for thread
Knitting basket (acquired)
Knitting wool, needles & project
Sewing basket with fabric, thread, pins & needles
Quilts (2) (acquired)
Rocking chair (acquired)
Ladder to loft (acquired)
Lamps (6) (acquired)
Chamber Pot (acquired)
Faux Fur (Bear, Squirrel, Rabbit, Fox)
Colt revolver &/or Winchester Rifle (toy, nonworking, replica)
fishing hooks, line,
Bed wrench (acquired)
Tub for hot water (metal or wood)
Clothes line & pegs (acquired)
Wood ash & ash sifter (acquired)
Soap, ash & fat, or stale urine?
Boys pants, drop front & suspenders
See drawing of JAG with stick
2 Boys shirts
2 Boys jackets
2 Girls dress, nightshirt or skirt
Woman’s shawl, can be knitted
Housekeeping (Godey’s Women’s Book)
Child’s reader (acquired)
JAG favorites (acquired)
Slate & Chalk (acquired)
2-3 plates, cups (transfer ware or whatever is old)
Wooden bowls (acquired)
Ceramic crocks (acquired)
Cast iron pots (2) (acquired)
Iron spoon & sieve (acquired)
Fireplace screen (acquired)
Skillets (2) (acquired)
Fire poker (acquired)
White Birch Logs for Fireplace
James A. Garfield Birthsite Memorial
This clip was found in our archives and recognized as the treasure that it is by MHHS Archivist Sandy Cobb who used her resources to digitize it. We thank freelance reporter Scott Newell of Pepper Pike for narrating it on our behalf. Enjoy!
Thanks Scott Newell for recording this VIDEO.
JAG Birthsite Brochure Contact a Docent to open the Cabin (free).
BORN: Orange Township – now the Village of Moreland Hills, Ohio. November 19, 1831.
MILITARY: Colonel of the 42nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Later he was promoted to brigadier general.
INAUGURATION: 1881 as 20th President of the United States. His presidency lasted for 100 days.
ASSASSINATED: July 2, 1881 by Charles Guiteau.
DIED: Elberon, New Jersey, September 19, 1881. Entombed: Garfield Memorial, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.
“So – Moreland Hills, we hail your quiet and peaceful neighborhoods. Your still beautiful trees and long views of the Valley and your ensuing generations may be mindful of the following: this land produced a President of the United States and a great many other people who helped in the transition from beautiful farm country to beautiful home country. They built lovely homes, raised fine families and made Moreland Hills a beautiful place to live.”
(Thanks Erin for sharing video!)
“Best Location? Why, It’s Orange Township”, written by Jane Scott circa 1950 and published in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Thank you Alice for sharing!
This magic comes from down the road. Beautiful setting and, of course, sharing the “word of Christmas”. Thanks Phil!
We thank Debbie Weinkamer, of We Made History and Aiden Kondik for taking us back and time and for bringing our piece of history to life.