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Behind the Veneer: Thomas Day NC Museum of History

Lounge, walnut (upholstery not original), made by Thomas Day for Gov. David S. Reid, Rockingham County, 1858. This lounge is featured in the exhibit Behind the Veneer: Thomas Day, Master Cabinetmaker. On the exhibit’s opening day, May 22, a lively panel discussion will take place about African American history.

Lounge, walnut (upholstery not original), made by Thomas Day for Gov. David S. Reid, Rockingham County, 1858. This lounge is featured in the exhibit Behind the Veneer: Thomas Day, Master Cabinetmaker. On the exhibit’s opening day, May 22, a lively panel discussion will take place about African American history.

Lounge, walnut (upholstery not original), made by Thomas Day for Gov. David S. Reid, Rockingham County, 1858. This lounge is featured in the exhibit Behind the Veneer: Thomas Day, Master Cabinetmaker. On the exhibit’s opening day, May 22, a lively panel discussion will take place about African American history.

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