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[ 339JE ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Joanne Evers  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "During WWI there was an influenza epidemic. My two sisters were ill and confined to bed. (Masks had to be worn by the public). I was not allowed near them but mother gave them a task to do, sewing little circles of white cotton..."

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[ 361DT ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Dianne Thompson  -  Country/Place Created: Unknown -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Quilt History: "Believed to have been made in the 1950s. Bought at the St Vincent De Paul Opportunity Shop in Tumut 1987 by Dianne Thompson, the quilt owner."

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[ 367YHS ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Yass & District Historical Society  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "The quilt was exhibited at many local shows and won prizes. It was Florrie Bingley's wish that the quilt be given to the Yass & District Historical Society."

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[ 379MR ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Mary Robertson  -  Country/Place Created: ENGLAND -  Date: Unknown
Story of Quilt: "Vida Myhill Taylor (maiden name unknown) came out from England and settled in Coolamon NSW. Quite late in life she married the Rev. Frederick Taylor. There were no children. Vida was known locally as a great seamstress and knitter. ..."

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[ 380MR ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Mary Robertson  -  Country/Place Created: ENGLAND -  Date: 1901 - 1920
Story of Quilt: "Following the death of her parents in England Lily Stormer (1899-1963) came to Australia with her brother in 1920. She went first to Sydney and then to Junee where she worked as a house-maid. In 1927 she married and there were 7..."

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[ 481ED ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Eileen Dinning  -  Country/Place Created: Unknown -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Quilt History: "The owner purchased the quilt at a garage sale for $75. It is not now used."

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[ 533YM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Yvonne Murray  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1941 - 1970
Story of Quilt: "The individual suffolk puff flowers made by Jessie Dunstan and Jess Bennett lay neglected in chests and cupboards until Yvonne's sister gave them to her and suggested she make pot holders from them. The finished quilt was the result."

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[ 642CS ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Celia Suddull  -  Country/Place Created: ENGLAND & SHIPBOARD -  Date: 1881 - 1900
Story of Quilt: "Clara Jemima Hughes (1863-1955) was in service in London and agreed to marry William Johnson who was already in Adelaide. In 1884 Clara paid 10 pound for a ticket to Adelaide on the Orient line 'Sorata', one of the first steamships. ..."

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[ 697CH ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Christina Hallett  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA VIC -  Date: 1921 - 1940
Story of Quilt: " I knew Mrs. Crombie and when she left the district in the early 70s most of her house effects were auctioned. Lovely antiques. I loved her quilts and was fortunate to buy this one. The quilt is made of dress fabrics of the 1920s. ..."

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[ 770PHM ] Quilt Style: Patchwork, Suffolk Puff
Owner: Powerhouse Museum  -  Country/Place Created: AUSTRALIA NSW -  Date: 1901 - 1920
Story of Quilt: "Amanda and May Kennedy were born in Campbelltown, and moved to Lambert Street, Bathurst. Not much is known about Amanda's husband except that he was a grazier in the Bathurst area; although he and Amanda did not live together he kept..."

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