|Object Name||Comb, Hair|
|Description||Comb carved from oak with an oval handle with inlays on each side. One side has an inlay of a heart, and the other has a hand with a pointer finger extended. The comb is held in with three metal pins.|
|Dimensions||H-0.35 W-2 L-8 inches|
|Owned||Edward F. Hetrick|
|Made||Edward F. Hetrick, Fort McHenry, MD|
|Provenance||Rev. Edward F. Hetrick carved this oak comb during the winter of 1864-1865 during the time he was held prisoner at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. He was a member of the Baltimore Conference.|
Hetrick, Edward F.
Prisoners of war