Friday and Saturday, Sept. 15 & 16
8 am – 2 pm both days
She was the first American nurse in Guam and worked side by side with the local traditional healer. Her husband was in the Air Force, so they moved and traveled extensively. She lived in this house for 30 years but has recently moved to be closer to a daughter. She loved to sew, craft a variety of items, garden and collect unique treasures.
In this house, you’ll find a room full of jewelry including several by French artist Lea Stein, memento mori pieces and amber. The other collections include vintage medical items, three vintage dental cabinets, and a wide variety of white enamel pieces. There are two Hoosier-style kitchen cabinets, small appliances, Franciscan and look-alike china, kitchen and dining things including a 144-piece set of nickel & bronze flatware. There are two Bernina sewing machines, assorted Bernina accessories and four additional sewing machines, including a treadle model, as well as sewing supplies, fabric, and assorted craft supplies. There are vintage dolls, doll parts and Hummel figurines; holiday decorations, a cedar chest, and several trunks. There’s a vintage glider, garden bench, a 1950s formica & chrome kitchen set, a 1930s waterfall-style bedroom set and a 1930s round oak table with two leaves and four press back cane seated chairs. You need to check out the photo gallery for the many interesting and curious treasures.