|Description||This roughly constructed pine double door cabinet has crown molding and bracket feet. The doors have a raised garland carving. The right interior side has three shelves and the left interior provides hanging space with six hooks. The right front foot is broken.|
|Dimensions||H-40 W-35 D-19.5 inches|
|Made||unidentified man of Richmond, Virginia|
|Provenance||Cabinet used by Miss Maria Morris in the Confederate Treasury Department. It was made during the war by an eccentric old man who worked in a shop at the foot of Gamble Hill.|
Morris, Maria J.
Confederate States Treasury