cedar chest


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a chest made of cedar

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A Japanese tea set and cutlery, photographs printed on metal, a cedar chest, glass bottles, reading glasses, Decca granite records, stamps and an English razor are all a result of sharp eyes looking for stuff at garage sales, thrift shops and antique stores.
In a nutshell: Canadian nationalism provides a Cedar chest of characters.
In the cedar chest where my husband and I keep mementoes, we have the original front pages of national and local newspapers from critical moments in our lives or the lives of our parents: the end of World War II; the assassination of JFK; the collapse of the Twin Towers; the election of the first African American president.
suffocated to death after becoming trapped inside a 75-year-old Lane cedar chest recalled in 1996.
When Evelyn died in 1998 at age 85, her kids found seven dressers and a cedar chest full of all her contest memorabilia, including 24 notebooks in which she recorded every jingle she had written.
She kept his picture, in a frame next to hers, in the bottom of a cedar chest for 60-odd years.
The brand name "Lane," or "Virginia Maid" is located inside the cedar chest.
McKinney designed and managed the production of the company's cedar chest line.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, and that cedar chest owners have ordered more than 150,000 of the free locks.
NEW YORK -- Lane Home Furniture urged people to check to see whether they own a cedar chest it stopped making nearly 30 years ago, after two children recently suffocated to death in one of them.
CPSC's investigation has determined that the lid on the 75-year-old Lane cedar chest closed and automatically latched shut, locking the children inside the chest.
Kent Christoferson was intrigued when he discovered some intricately woven fabrics in a cedar chest at his Eugene home.
There are no boundaries for daughters like there were for you back in 1910 when you stood up in front of your classmates and delivered the handwritten speech your niece, Barbara Adams from Reseda, found in an old cedar chest her mother left her.
Though he had reportedly never heard of a cedar chest before, Lane and his small staff set to work producing 10 to 15 such chests a day.