History Harvest Artifacts
Each of the artifacts below was contributed by a member of the IU community during our History Harvest event in October of 2019.
A turquoise strap-back hat with a 1-inch purple embroidered Grateful Dead dancing bear on the front.
Erika Sosa Garcia
A colorful, wooden animal that portrays the creativity and artistry of Oaxaca, Mexico
A birthday banner that has been used for birthday celebrations over the last 20 years.
A tattoo of a snake wrapped around a woman's hand in black, blue, and orange, with a *1.3*.
anonymous object contributor
A well-loved and -used Kleen Kanteen Thermos that the contributor never leaves home without.
Nelson R. Shaffer
A rare medical book that contains a collection of other medical books from the Lilly Library
Once pillow sham repurposed as a purse by the contributor of the object.
Embroidered purple, red, pink, blue, orange, and green motifs on a black fabric. The black fabric is surrounded by a gray border.
A red lipstick that allows the contributor to stand out and show the world one of her joys.
A silver necklace recieved as a birthday present from her parents in China
Colorful and vibrant low top shoes with a white sole and white laces. They have black and white checkers with a yellow stripe right through the shoe. It also has...
Pair of blue, yellow and white crocheted blankets, one larger than the other.
Drawing of a planned tattoo showing the seal of Guam as well as other symbols referencing stregnth, birds, and homes.
Candy-striped, spiked cleats with broken hearts on the outside painted in black. Adidas three-stripe logo has been painted gold.
A Cookbook of various recipes from the Puerto Rican Hawaiian community.