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  • Subject (Images): Quilts
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    • Star Pattern Quilt

    • 1861
    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Quilt: red, green, yellow calico pieces. Star Pattern White backing which has been quilted in floral patterns. Hand stitched. Made by Elizabeth Vincent Berry, wife of architect John Berry. HHS newsletter, No. 23, 1965.
    • Rebecca Wall Crazy Quilt

    • 1883
    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Rebecca Wall crazy quilt. Velvet and taffeta with feather stitching and embroidery. Rebecca Wall's mother, ___ Collins, was engaged to a Virginian. Before they could wed, the young man became fatally ill. (TB). His fiancee, his sister and his...
    • Log Cabin Quilt

    • 1900
    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Quilt in pattern of log cabin, courthouse steps, sawtooth border. Yellow, blue, brown, red and white. Handwoven lining. Made by Mrs. Mary Holden, mother of Hannah Katherine Holden, of Hillsborough (1878-1929)
    • Crazy Quilt

    • 1900
    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Crazy quilt. Irregular velvet, silk, taffeta pieces outlined with embroidery stitches. Green velvet border. Backed with pink/green floral material. Hand stitched. From Iowa. Friends of Mrs. Wurfel's mother made the quilt and presented it to her...
    • World War II Quilt

    • 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945
    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Patriotic quilt made during WW II by the aunt of Marion Clark to honor the men from this area who were serving in our armed forces. Names of men included in quilt: Bill Merritt, James Duncan, Sidney Ray, Phil Hardee, Marion Clark, Jr., Emmit...
    • Rockingham County Bicentennial Quilt, 1776-1976

    • 1976-05-26
    • Rockingham County Public Library
    • This quilt was created by a group of volunteers in 1976 for the Bicentennial Ball at Rockingham Community College. The quilting squares include patriotic symbols including the North Carolina state flower (a dogwood), the state mammal (gray...
    • Quilts by Margaret Roberts Click Nail

    • 2011-08-22
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Margaret Roberts, born in 1838, married John Nicolas Click in 1855 in Davie County. She made these two quilts before the Civil War. After Click's death, she married Alexander Nail. The quilts were preserved by her great-niece, Margaret Armstrong...
    • Quilt

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    • Orange County Historical Museum
    • Quilt with white background, blue and red diamond shapes. Made by Iona Dorrity's mother.
    • Scotty's Room

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Photo postcard shows a bedroom in a house. The text on the postcard reads: "Death Valley Scotty's room in his castle, Death Valley Calif"
    • Close Up of Quilt Squares

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • [Nine] Unfinished quilt squares from 1900-1930, spread across pillows on a bed.

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