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    • Ukrainian Easter eggs, January 1979

    • Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum; Galleries & museums; Easter eggs; Ukrainians; Folk art; Ethnic groups
    • Painted Easter eggs in the Ukrainian tradition created by Jennie Bochar. Documented by the Greater Cleveland Ethnographic museum in January 1979 as part of their Easter Documentation Project.
    • Ukrainian Easter eggs, January 1979

    • Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum; Galleries & museums; Easter eggs; Ukrainians; Folk art; Ethnic groups
    • Painted Easter egg, also known as 'Pysanky,' in the Ukrainian tradition made by Jennie Bochar of Parma, Ohio. Documented by the Greater Cleveland Ethnographic museum in January 1979.
    • Eggshelland

    • Easter eggs; Easter; Holidays; Exhibitions; Manolio, Ron; Manolio, Betty
    • "Eggshelland: Creative displays of brightly painted real eggshells designed by Ron and Betty Manolio of Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124. Display contains 33,119 shells. March 26, 89" -- card verso.
    • Eggshelland

    • Easter eggs; Easter; Holidays; Exhibitions; Manolio, Ron; Manolio, Betty
    • "EGGSHELLAND: Creative displays of brightly painted real eggshells designed by Ron and Betty Manolio of Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124. Fig. 16 ft. tall - Bunny - 2266 shells" -- card verso. Depicts Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney).
    • Eggshelland

    • Easter eggs; Easter; Holidays; Exhibitions; Manolio, Ron; Manolio, Betty
    • "EGGSHELLAND: Creative displays of brightly painted real eggshells designed by Ron and Betty Manolio of Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124. Fig. 16 ft. tall - Bunny - 2266 shells." --card verso
    • Ukrainian Easter egg, January 1979

    • Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum; Galleries & museums; Easter eggs; Ukrainians; Folk art; Ethnic groups
    • Painted Easter egg in the Ukrainian tradition, also called 'pysanky' were created by Jennie Bochar of Parma, Ohio. Documented by the Greater Cleveland Ethnographic museum in January 1979.
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