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1953.0178.002 A, B Painting and Frame - Can you find the sewing basket?

1953.0178.002 A, B Painting and Frame - Can you find the sewing basket?

Quilting dans les dernières années de la Grande Dépression (18 Photos) - Old Photo Archive

Quilting dans les dernières années de la Grande Dépression (18 Photos) - Old Photo Archive

Adèle Laplatte, Portrait of a young woman wearing taupe dress, 1809

Adèle Laplatte, Portrait of a young woman wearing taupe dress, 1809

John Lewis Krimmel - The Quilting Frolic

John Lewis Krimmel - The Quilting Frolic

Le moulinet, or Practicing Quadrille dancing at home for fear of accidents at the ball, 1817. Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection 817.05.00.05+

Le moulinet, or Practicing Quadrille dancing at home for fear of accidents at the ball, 1817. Lewis Walpole Library Digital Collection 817.05.00.05+

Lewis Vaslet, 1742-1808, The Spoiled Child, Scene VI, ca. 1802, Watercolor with black ink and gray wash over graphite on moderately thick, s...

Lewis Vaslet, 1742-1808, The Spoiled Child, Scene VI, ca. 1802, Watercolor with black ink and gray wash over graphite on moderately thick, s...

(Philip) Astley's Ampitheatre in London as drawn by Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin for Ackermann's Microcosm of London (1808-11)

(Philip) Astley's Ampitheatre in London as drawn by Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin for Ackermann's Microcosm of London (1808-11)

The pancake cook_Adriaan de Lelie(1755-1820)_

The pancake cook_Adriaan de Lelie(1755-1820)_

"Quilting Party." Mary Lyde Hicks Williams painting of African-American women quilting from NC Museum of History. These were nostalgic and therefore somewhat idealized images, but based on her memory of an earlier generation and at least done with (I think) respect and not caricature as so many whites' images of African-Americans; but then as a white woman perhaps I'm unqualified to say. Perhaps to be taken with grain of salt but not entirely dismissed.

"Quilting Party." Mary Lyde Hicks Williams painting of African-American women quilting from NC Museum of History. These were nostalgic and therefore somewhat idealized images, but based on her memory of an earlier generation and at least done with (I think) respect and not caricature as so many whites' images of African-Americans; but then as a white woman perhaps I'm unqualified to say. Perhaps to be taken with grain of salt but not entirely dismissed.

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