|Object Name||Tray, Bread|
|Description||This is a bread tray made of wooden poplar block and carved to a shallow dough form. It has a one-eighth hole punched into each end. It is dusty, the upper edges are knicked, and there are stress fissures on each hand.|
|Dimensions||H-2 W-5 L-9.25 inches|
|Owned||Martha Booton (Mattie); unidentified slave|
"Small wooden tray made by a slave which belonged to John K. Booton and it was given to Miss Mattie Booton when she was a child."
"A play tray made by the husband of ("Aunt Lydia") a colored servant owned by Grandpa (Eld. John K. Booton) about 1862, and given to Mrs. Mattie Grayson, then Mattie Booton when a child."
Booton, Martha (Mattie)
Grayson, Martha (Mattie) [Mrs. B. F.]
Booton, John Kaylor
unidentified African American