1892 Providence, Rhode Island, the Gaspee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Loan Exhibition of Colonial and Revolutionary Relics
Mrs. William R Talbot Honorary Regent 1892
According to Greenfield, Anne Cook Cushing loaned her great-aunt's slippers worn "when she danced a minuet with Count Rochambeau." Mrs. Alfred Stone displayed a miniature depicting her grandfather, Nathaniel Appleton (1731–1798), and a silver plate used by General Washington at her great-grandfather's home.
Out of the Attic: Inventing Antiques in Twentieth-century New England Briann G. Greenfield
Report of the Committee of the loan exhibition of colonial and revolutionary relics presented to the Gaspee chapter of the Daughters of the American revolution, May, 1892 by Daughters of the American Revolution. Rhode Island. Gaspee chapter, Providence https://archive.org/details/reportofcommitte01daug
Loan Exhibition: Gaspee Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. April 19 & 20, 1892. 70th Anniversary, R.I. Historical Society; 116th [anniversary] Battles of Lexington & Concord