Door handle, latch and back plate
Overall: 1 1/4 x 4 x 6 7/8 in. ( 3.2 x 10.2 x 17.5 cm )
ink inscription: on box accompanying object: "Relics from Miller Homestead/"Fireplace" Accabonack,/East Hampton, L.I./Found in ruins after house burned/Presented by/Miss Alma R. Van Hoevenberg/Nov. 24, 1931/Museum Accession #1753"
Wrought iron door handle with back plate and thumb latch; back plate is rectangular with semi-circular cut-outs on each side at top and bottom; 6 holes drilled through back plate at top, bottom, and 4 beneath handle; handle is rounded with reel turnings at center; thumb piece has depressed center and connects to latch at rear.
This door hardware is from the Miller Homestead in East Hampton, Long Island. It was found in the ruins after the house burned and presented to the Historical Society in 1931.
Gift of Miss Alma R. Van Hoevenberg, 1931
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