High Beam floor switch you pushed with your foot to switch from low to high beam lights while driving.
Annie Oakley 1860-1926. Annie began trapping at a young age, and shooting and hunting by age eight to support her siblings and her widowed mother. She sold the hunted game for money to locals in Greenville, as well as restaurants and hotels in southern Ohio. Her skill eventually paid off the mortgage on her mother's farm when Annie was 15. Her life story is amazing.
"I was in Lifeboat #13. I always remembered that. My father was waving to us and talking to a clergyman, the Rev. Carter." Her father, Thomas Brown, a glass of brandy in hand, waved from the deck saying "I will see you in New York." "I kept looking in the water for my father and when we reached New York we went to the hosptials to see if he had been picked up."
19 century Vinaigrette. These beauties held vinegar-soaked sponges so that when you walked out of your house onto the unspeakable filth of the 18th and 19th century streets...if you felt faint you could hold this up to your nose to block out the odor