|Object Name||Mirror, Hand|
|Description||Hand mirror in a round stamped tin case. One half of the case serves as a stand for the mirror when open. The upper case is stamped with an American eagle and the words, "United States of America". The back has three rings of raised beaded circles with stem and leaf designs between and the initials "B.C." with "Brevete A Paris" in block letters around.|
|Dimensions||D-0.2 Dia-3.5 inches|
|Owned||Philip Aylett Fitzhugh|
|Owner Regiment||21st Brigade, 4th Division, Virginia Militia|
Mirror used by Dr. Phillip Aylett Fitzhugh, Quartermaster 21st Brigade Virginia Militia. "He was a prisoner of war at Fort McHenry and slept in a horse stable."
Given by Mrs. William Bullett Fitzhugh.
Fitzhugh, Philip Aylett
Prisoners of war