Black and white photograph of a wooden spinning wheel, a Vernis Martin-style French china cabinet full of glass and metal dishware, and a wooden fireplace mantel. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSD museum Salem Ore French gold cabinet was presented to Oregon School for the Deaf from French consuls in 1905 after displaying at Lewis & Clark Exposition that held in Portland, Oregon. OSD pupils brought their literary and industrial works there and received the silver medal diploma from L & C Expo. The spinning wheel, circa 1890-1900, made by the deaf students. The oak mantel with its mirror, 1910, came from OSD's old Main Building, razed 1975"