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The Pilgrims on the Mayflower

By Henry Oliver Walker, 1902

Oil on canvas, 175 x 162 in.

Unveiled May 29, 1902.

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State Color

By Charles Eaton, 1863

Silk, pigment, 4 ft. 3 in. x 5 ft.

Issued by the Commonwealth April 28, 1863.
Returned to the Commonwealth March 31, 1875.

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National Color — "Jonathan Fowle" flag

By unknown maker, 1781

Muslin, approx. 6 x 9 ft.

Given by George Fowle, grandson of Jonathan Fowle, 1906.

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Presentation National Color

By unknown maker, 1861

Silk, pigment, 67 x 74 in.

Presented to the regiment by ladies of Worcester August 23, 1861.
Returned by the regiment to the Commonwealth January 28, 1863.

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Regimental Color

By unknown maker, 1861

Silk, pigment, 39 x 51 in.

Gift of friends and relatives of Rufus Choate to the regiment July 1, 1861.
Returned by the regiment to the Commonwealth December, 22, 1865.

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John Eliot Preaching to the Indians

By Henry Oliver Walker, 1903

Oil on canvas, 175 x 162 in.

Unveiled April 8, 1903.

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Battle at Concord Bridge

By Edward E. Simmons, 1902

Oil on canvas, 175 x 162 in.

Unveiled December 17, 1902.

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The Return of the Colors to the Custody of the Commonwealth

By Edward Simmons, 1902

Oil on canvas, 175 x 162 in.

Unveiled May 29, 1902.

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Regimental Color

By Thomas C. Savory, 1862

Silk, pigment, 52 1/2 x 59 in.

Given to the unit by friends September 15, 1862.
Returned by the regiment to the Commonwealth December 22, 1865.

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Stained Glass Window

By Edwin Ford and Frederick Brooks, 1899

Stained glass, cast plaster, 50 ft. diam.

Commissioned by the Commonwealth, 1899.
Unveiled January 1, 1900.

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