|AHSGR Ball Cap|
1968 - 2008
This sleek, flat, forty-year AHSGR commemorative key chain is laser imprinted with:
AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
AHSGR Lapel Pin
AHSGR Lapel Pin
3/4 inch diameter
green with gold lettering
|AHSGR Mouse Pad|
AHSGR Playing Cards
With the AHSGR logo on the back of each card, plus two Jokers, the full deck of 52 has a different photograph on each card, depicting many and varied scenes of German-Russian people, homes, churches, schools, fields, farms, weddings, groups gathered, and store fronts in their Old Country villages in south Russia and the Volga region. Photos also include life in the New World, so distant from their Isle of Home and yet in keeping with their culture. This deck of cards is a delightful, pictorial walk through history of unser Leute (our people).
|AHSGR Postcard (Male Statue, Female Statue or Cross)|
|AHSGR Tee Shirt (Youth & Adult sizes)|
AHSGR Tote Bag (Canvas)
Nylon BagDimension are 13 x 15 1/2 inches, with 8 inch gussets on the sides and bottom.
|Lord's Prayer (12"x17" color print in German)|
Cup and saucer
Price per availability.
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“Mother”, created by artist Paulina Hahn of Denver, Colorado, in honor of her mother born in Norka, Russia, was the model for this sculpture. The original sculpture, cast in heavy bronze, was donated to AHSGR by the artist and is on display at the AHSGR International Headquarters museum in Lincoln, Nebraska at 631 D Street.
This exclusive custom resin reproduction is smaller in size than the original and measures 8.5" x 5" x 5" and weighs 3.6 pounds. The finish on the original and on the reproduction is a bronze tone; it appears lighter in the photographic image. The actual reproduction is also more handsome than it appears in the photograph.