What good shall I do this day? Cuff Bracelet
Benjamin Franklin began each day by asking himself, in the pages of his journal, "What good shall I do this day?” and returned, at the end of the day, to ask himself the “evening question”: “What good have I done to- day?”
Banned Books Matches
Featured titles are: Slaughterhouse-Five, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Black Beauty, Fahrenheit 451, and Song of Solomon.
Story Map of Ireland 500-Piece Puzzle
This delightfully detailed pictorial map of Ireland was part of a series of “story maps” produced by Colortext Publications in the 1930s and 1940s.
The text of the Constitution of the United States is imprinted on this 100% silk necktie. Designed and hand-finished in New York City.
Book of Hours Silk Chiffon Scarf
The sumptuous imagery is based on illustrations found in copies of the medieval manuscripts; the motifs are printed in the opulent colors used in those works.
Black Women of History Pencils
Quotes by Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Sojourner Truth, Ruby Bridges, Shirley Chisholm, Fannie Lou Hamer
Libraries Save Democracy Pouch
A bit of hope in your handbag…or briefcase or backpack. 6" x 9.5" zippered 100% cotton canvas pouches perfect for organizing receipts, makeup, headphones, chargers...anything and everything.
Votes For Women Paperweight
Based on a button worn at the 1913 Women's Suffrage Parade, an event credited with invigorating the movement with a new inspiration and purpose.
Medieval Manuscript Silk Chiffon Scarf
Based on motifs found in a circa-1500 book of hours in the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge.
Jane Austen Replica Ring
Only three pieces of jewelry are known to have belonged to Austen; this is a replica modeled on one of those rare artifacts, her ring, a gold band set with an oval turquoise-colored stone.
Jane Austen Silk Scarf
This pure silk crepe de chine scarf features the oak leaf motif which decorated a silk pelisse (a type of coat-dress or over-garment) worn by Jane Austen in 1814.