|Description||The bellows consists of two wooden paddles with a leather lung attached and a pointed iron spout on the end. Much of the leather has dried and fallen away from the nail heads, which hold it to the wood.|
|Dimensions||W-2 L-19.5 inches|
|Owned||Mrs. Edward Bradford|
|Made||Mrs. Edward Bradford, Leon County, Florida, CSA|
|Provenance||Mrs. Edward Bradford made and used this bellows at home on Pine Hill Plantation in Leon County, Florida during the war to conserve matches.|
Bradford, Edward, Mrs.
African Americans (tentative)