Penobscot Birch Bark Box with Lid, c. mid-19th century, the round form with whip-stitch edge and incised with panels containing C-scrolls and foliate and various traditional Penobscot and Micmac designs, (splits), dia. 15 1/4, ht. 10 1/2 in. Provenance: Dr. Frank T. Siebert Collection. Literature: Illustrated in American Indian Art magazine, Summer 2004, p. 68. Note: Old tag reads: "Birch bark box for use in traveling for to keep dry meats. Was in parade Sept. 2, 1929, made by Sylvia's mother 75 years ago. Own [ sic ] by Francis Stanislaus."