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<I>Biblia<I> (Bible)

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Creator Nationality: Denmark, Copenhagen
Creator Name-CRT: Denmark
Title: Biblia (Bible)
View: Open
Creation Start Date: 1757
Creation End Date: 1757
Creation Date: 1757
Object Type: Books
Classification Term: book
Materials and Techniques: Leather-covered book
Dimensions: H.10-5/8 x W.8-1/2 x D.5- 3/4 in. (closed)
Inscriptions: Inscribed:Inscriptions
AMICA Contributor: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Owner Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
ID Number: B.99.10
Credit Line: Gift of Norma (Njus) Egeness
Context: The inside cover of this Bible is inscribed with the Grosberg family tree beginning in 1756 and ending in 1797, with the birth of Elie Oleson Grosberg, the mother of Ola Torgerson. Torgerson was married to Eli Iverson Lo, the daughter of Sirid Kvalen Lo, for whom the painted chest on display nearby was made. Although the Bible is Danish the Grosberg and Torgerson families were both Norwegian.
AMICA ID: MIA_.B.99.10
AMICA Library Year: 2003
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