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Mary Black's Family Quilts: Memory and Meaning in Everyday Life

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A lavishly illustrated exploration of quilting across six generations. ""Mary Black's Family Quilts"" utilizes a remarkable collection of sixteen quilts to tell the story of a family through six generations and to document with scholarly and aesthetic insights the material behaviors associated with quilting traditions. The daughter of a prominent farmer, Mary Louisa Snoddy Black (1860-1927) is remembered in the Spartanburg, South Carolina, region for the hospital named in her honor and for the philanthropic foundation that ...

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Mary Black's Family Quilts: Memory and Meaning in Everyday Life
2006, University of South Carolina Press, South Carolina

ISBN-13: 9781570036101

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Mary Black's Family Quilts: Memory and Meaning in Everyday Life
2006, University of South Carolina Press

ISBN-13: 9781570036095

Hardcover

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