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Object 46 [of 66] – Tea tin

 

The butcher block top of the lower cabinet next to the Garland–and the cabinet above it–held quite a number of tea tins. A well-used, matched set of them came from Mark T. Wendell, a Boston tea company which Julia and Paul had learned to favor in Ceylon during World War II. They continued to drink these teas over the next 50 years.


 

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Julia and World War II

In 1944, Julia was one of several OSS men and women who traveled overseas to Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) on assignment. It was there that she met Paul Cushing Child... Read More

 


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