Portrait of Lady Springett

Portrait of Lady Springett

Artist Nicholas Maes of Dordrecht, Netherlands studied in Rembrandt’s studio and is believed to have painted this portrait entitled Lady Springett.

Drake Well bank note printing plates

Drake Well bank note printing plates

In 1861, producers working in the Pennsylvania oil fields were in desperate need for banking services. In response, Charles Vernon Culver started the Petroleum Bank of Titusville. That bank printed notes from this plate in denominations of $5, money that served as a form of currency in the oil region.

Gov. David L. Lawrence shows off a newspaper headline detailing the Pittsburgh Pirates’ victory in the 1960 World Series The Jacob Neff Clock

The Jacob Neff Clock

This clock, on exhibit in the main hall of Old Economy Village’s George Rapp House, dates to 1809. A Harmony Society cabinetmaker most likely constructed the case which houses the clock.

This “Hercules” dragline toy was crafted around 1950 Fluted points are the hallmark artifact of the Paleoindian period This Eastern Hellbender salamander is one of four animals that were collected from Sherman’s Creek in Perry County John W. Goodsell collected these Inuit figurines while on an expedition to the North Pole. Edward Martin’s Purple Heart

Edward Martin’s Purple Heart

World War I veteran Edward Martin received this Purple Heart while in command of a battalion of the 110th Infantry Regiment of the Pennsylvania National Guard.

Edward Martin’s Distinguished Service Cross