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  • Hearts & Tulips - cross stitched 

    Ochs, Nancy (aunt) (1950)
    Classification: Building Furnishings, Bedding, Quilt. Materials and Techniques: Cotton, Cross Stitched - kit. Style/Period/Movement: Physical Description: This is a cross-stitched kit quilt consisting of five medallions ...
  • Hefty 2-ply 

    Nelson, Jud (American sculptor, born 1943) (2010-05-17)
    Amerian, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Jud Nelson. Hefty 2-ply. New York, Bronx, Riverdale, Wave Hill (city-owned nature center). Photographed 1983.
  • Henry McCarternulls House 

    Herman (unknown), Leonora
    Painting of a large white house with an open garden bordered by tall trees.
  • Hensel Hall 

    Unknown author
  • Hensel Hall Auditorium 

    Engle & Hambright (1932)
  • Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster County Building (Restoration) 

    Unknown author (1790)
    Architecture: Pennsylvania, Lancaster. Exterior: view to front facade (1976 renovation).
  • Herman A. Wohlsen House 

    Urban, C. Emlen (1921)
    Architecture: Pennsylvania, Lancaster. 930 Buchanan Avenue. Exterior: view to front facade.
  • Herman F. Wohlsen House 

    Unknown author (1902)
    Architecture: Pennsylvania, Lancaster. 430 West Orange Street. Exterior: view to front facade.
  • Herman Wohlsen's Sons Inc. General Contractors 

    Unknown author (Builders Brochures, 1968)
    Profile of the Wohlsen company compiled and published by Builders Brochures, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Features a short history of the company with summary information and photographs of recent building projects. Also contains ...
  • Hero-Teachers and Counter-Narratives in Federal Education Policy and Popular Films, 2001-2012 

    Teevens, Alexis (2013)
    The goal of this paper is to identify the dominant narratives about the roles of teachers to transform education present in both federal policy and popular films, and then expose the counter-narrative present in the films ...
  • High, Low, and In-Between 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2001)
    Feature article which explores the role of paper as a sculptural medium.
  • Higher Goals 

    Hammons, David (American installation and performance artist bon 1943) (1986)
    Sculpture (visual work)/Installations (visual works)/Community art, United States, 20th century. David Hammons, Higher Goals. Mixed media; elements include basketball nets and bottle caps. New York, Brooklyn, Cadman Plaza.
  • Hill School Performing Arts Center Building 

    Unknown author (1989)
    Architecture: Pennsylvania, Pottstown. 717 East High Street. Exterior: views to rear facade.
  • History of Franklin and Marshall College, 1787-1948 

    Klein, H.M.J. (1952)
    Monograph history of Franklin College 1787-1948 published by the Alumni Association in commemoration of the 1953 centennial of Franklin and Marshall College. In addition to the College's early history, covers the period ...
  • History of the Harbaugh Club of Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. 

    Wentzel, Fred D. (Edward Pengelly & Bro., 1918)
    History of the Harbaugh Club, a social and eating club founded in 1900 that became Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity after WWI. The club has been revived in recent years.
  • Hogon Ancestor Figure 

    Unknown (African, Dogon) (2009-07-16)
    Classification: Communication Artifact, Cerimonial Artifact, Figure,Religious Exhibition History:
  • Hold Me: Hugging and Weighted Pressure Vests as Treatments for Anxiety, Stress, and Depression 

    Koshar, Preman (2018)
    Past research suggests that touch and pressure can have antidepressant and anxiolytic properties. The present investigation hypothesized that brief interventions of hugging, wearing a weighted pressure vest, and being in ...
  • Holly Bush Steps 

    Unknown author (1643)
    Architecture/Architectural elements: United Kingdom, England, London, Hampstead. Flight of steps from Heath Street leading to Holly Bush, an old public house built in 1643.
  • Hollyhock House 

    Wright, Frank Lloyd (American, 1867-1959) (1920)
    Architecture: California, Los Angeles, Hollywood. Hollyhock (Barnsdall) House on Olive Hill, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard. Interior: detail showing built-in planter. 1981 photograph. Client: Louise Aline Barnsdall ...
  • Hollyhock House 

    Wright, Frank Lloyd (American, 1867-1959) (1920)
    Architecture: California, Los Angeles, Hollywood. Hollyhock (Barnsdall) House on Olive Hill, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard. Exterior detail. 1981 photograph. Client: Louise Aline Barnsdall (American, 1882-1946). Materials: ...