|Object Name||Dress fastener (dress)|
|Other Name||Garter fastener|
Silver-plated, copper garter fastener; "NOT TO BE DETACHED"; "FOR RE-SALE" on one side.
One side 2 "IMPROVED" and hard to read dates. Pat. AUG 89 and JUL 2 95.
|Provenance||The Stanford University Archaeologist's Office summer 2012 dig pertained to the history of Searsville Dam and Reservoir and took place at the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve on Stanford land in San Mateo County, California. The Dam keeper's house was one of the properties sought and thirty-five test pits were excavated in an area to the west and south of Searsville Dam. This item was from one of the test pits.|
|Found||North America; United States; San Mateo County; Jasper Ridge Preserve|
|Site Name||Dam Keeper|
|Excavated by||Pedro Gonzalez; Koji Ozawa; Lauren Conway|
|Collection||Archaeology - Dam Keeper|