This box of paints and paint brush may have been used by Mr. Burbank. They were found in the Hubbell home.
Conté crayons are named after their developer, Nicolas-Jacques Conté, who invented the modern pencil. They were originally a mixture of graphite and clay formed into hard drawing sticks. Today, Conté crayons are made with an alumina chalk [aluminum oxide] base.
Metal, wood, oil paints. L 34.0, W 24.0, T 6.0 cm
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, HUTR 13225