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[ 9ARM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Square
Owner: Albury Regional Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Quilt History: "The quilt is thought to have been made in the 1950s. It is not known who the maker was. It was donated to the Albury Regional Museum [NSW] in 1969."

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[ 43JP ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Frame
Owner: Julie Pearce  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "My paternal great-Grandmother ... was a keen sewer in her time and over 30 years ago made my sister and myself a functional quilt for our beds. She made them on her treadle machine and used fabric scraps that my mother had left over..."

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[ 44JP ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Frame
Owner: Julie Pearce  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "My paternal great-Grandmother ... was a keen sewer in her time and over 30 years ago made my sister and myself a functional quilt for our beds. She made them on her treadle machine and used fabric scraps that my mother had left over..."

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[ 50GPM ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian
Owner: Griffith Pioneer Park Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Made by the donor, then around 9 or 10 years old, with her mother, Mrs Ellen McRae, of 'Sunrise', Tabbita, in 1941 or 1942. One was also made for each of Josie's 4 brothers (7 children in the family). In 1939 the family's house was..."

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[ 75HAS ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Tumbling Block
Owner: Friends of the Hawkesbury Art Society  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: pre 1850
Story of Quilt: "Sophia M. Wilbow was born in 1829 at Pitt Town NSW to William Henry Payton and his wife Mary, nee Ward. Mary Payton died in 1837 aged 27 when Sophia, the eldest, was still a child. Sophia married Thomas Mitchell Wilbow in 1846 and..."

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[ 77JPM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Square
Owner: Jindera Pioneer Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "Unknown."

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[ 81RB ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Domestic Wagga
Owner: Rosemary Blake  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Edith Perrott, born Bartholomew, (1879 -1970) of Tumbarumba NSW made this child's quilt for her grand-daughter Rosemary in 1945. She had previously made a larger quilt with a bag centre when her son Glen and Peggy were married in..."

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[ 89DS ] Quilt Style: Wholecloth, Utilitarian, Typically Australian, Re-used clothing or blanket
Owner: Dorothy Stevens  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA QLD -  Date: 1940 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Emmiline was a steward at the ECCA (RASQ Show) before moving to Roma to care for 2 motherless children. She remained unmarried but adored children, stitching children's clothes for the various adopted families over a 30 year..."

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[ 93JM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Pieced Repeat Block
Owner: Jeanne Mims  -  Country/Place Created: USA -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: "Jeanne Mims great aunt, Nancy Melvina Kelso, made the quilt in 1940 for Jeanne's birth. "I was supposed to be a boy hence the colours of cream, yellow and brown." [JM] Nancy Melvina was the daughter who stayed at home to..."

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[ 126BF ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Mosaic, Rectangle
Owner: Bud and Patricia Ford  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA QLD -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "Mary Powell Shann was known as a most industrious woman. She loved playing ball sports, tennis, golf, bowls."

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