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CRAZY QUILT TOP/ Angelina Grattan, 1880–1890, silks, including velvets, satins, and brocades, with embroidery, 77 × 76", gift of Elizabeth B. Dichman Smith, 2004.19.1. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth

CRAZY QUILT TOP/ Angelina Grattan, 1880–1890, silks, including velvets, satins, and brocades, with embroidery, 77 × 76", gift of Elizabeth B. Dichman Smith, 2004.19.1. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth

Quilt Top, Crazy pattern Date: ca. 1885 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Silk, satin, velvet, and cotton Dimensions: 60 3/4 x 52 in. (154.3 x 132.1 cm) Classification: Textiles

Quilt Top, Crazy pattern Date: ca. 1885 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Silk, satin, velvet, and cotton Dimensions: 60 3/4 x 52 in. (154.3 x 132.1 cm) Classification: Textiles

Log Cabin Quilt, Windmill Blades Variation Ada Hapman (Mrs. William) Kingsley 1880-1900

Log Cabin Quilt, Windmill Blades Variation Ada Hapman (Mrs. William) Kingsley 1880-1900

Stenciled Quilt, 1825-1835. Made by Olivia Dunham Barnes. Massachusetts. QUILTS Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum.

Stenciled Quilt, 1825-1835. Made by Olivia Dunham Barnes. Massachusetts. QUILTS Masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum.

Lady of the Lake Quilt Artist unidentified 1837

Lady of the Lake Quilt Artist unidentified 1837

Charm Quilt Artist unidentified Location: United States Date: 1880–1920 Materials: Cotton Dimensions: 80 × 75 1/2"

Charm Quilt Artist unidentified Location: United States Date: 1880–1920 Materials: Cotton Dimensions: 80 × 75 1/2"

OREGON PIONEER ORGANIZATION QUILT FOR EUDA ALETHA KELLY/ Eudoxia Aurora Kelly Niblin (1865–1945), Oregon,1923, silk with silk embroidery, 73 × 67 3/4" (framed), gift of Margaret Cavigga, collection of the American Folk Art Museum, New York, 1985.23.9. Photo credit: John Parnell.

OREGON PIONEER ORGANIZATION QUILT FOR EUDA ALETHA KELLY/ Eudoxia Aurora Kelly Niblin (1865–1945), Oregon,1923, silk with silk embroidery, 73 × 67 3/4" (framed), gift of Margaret Cavigga, collection of the American Folk Art Museum, New York, 1985.23.9. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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