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TitleArtistDate Made
Old New EnglandUnknown1925View
Old New EnglandUnknown1925View
SalemUnknown1925View
SalemUnknown1925View
Trail of the Fourty-niners dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
SamplerUnknown Maker18th CenturyView
SamplerEvans, Elizabeth1835View
Dress Fabric, RhapsodyHeld, John Jr., designer (StehliSilkS Corporation, manufacturer)1927View
Dress FabricUnknown1932View
Dress or Upholstery FabricUnknownEarly twentieth centuryView
Division Hats Dress FabricUnknown1940/42View
Royal Australian Navy Dress fabricUnknown1940/45View
Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
Trail of the Fourty-niners dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Transporation dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Transporation dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Darning SamplerUnknownEarly 19th CenturyView
The Map of England and Wales with part of Scotland, France and Ireland (Map Sampler)Harrison, Penelope1801View
# 5Ruddick, Dorothy1975View
Dress FabricUnknownca. 1941View
"Meg" Dress Fabric, Little Women PrintsUnknown1933View
"Beth" Dress Fabric, Little Women PrintsUnknown1933View
"Jo" Dress Fabric, Little Women PrintsUnknown1933View
"Amy" Dress Fabric, Little Women PrintsUnknown1933View
HandkerchiefEcho Inc., manufacturerca. 1941View
Handkerchief, Maps of North and South AmericaUnknownca. 1941View
New Amsterdam (old New York) dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
New Amsterdam (old New York) dress fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Dress fabric, A Showboat on the Mississippi, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
SamplerCheck, Caroline HannahMarch 7, 1845View
SamplerRandolph, Margaret1826View
"You never know who's listening!" ScarfBird, Cyril Kenneth (Fougasse), designerca. 1940View
HandkerchiefCadwallader, Brookeca. 1941View
HandkerchiefUnknown20th CenturyView
HandkerchiefUnknown20th CenturyView
HandkerchiefUnknown20th CenturyView
HandkerchiefUnknown20th CenturyView
HandkerchiefUnknown1939View
HandkerchiefUnknown1930sView
Dress fabric, A Showboat on the Mississippi, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Covered Wagons Oregon Trail Dress FabricH.R. Mallinson & Company, Inc.1929View
Covered Wagons/Oregon TrailH.R. Mallinson & Company, Inc.1928View
Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
SamplerKrickbaum, MaryLate 18th CenturyView
SamplerLea, Mary1802View
Sacred to FriendshipJones, Hannah Firth (Samuel Folwell, designer)1804View
BedcoverUnknownMid 20th CenturyView
BedcoverUnknownca. 1785View
Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Betsy Ross Liberty Bell Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1928View
Betsy Ross Liberty Bell Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1929View
SamplerBockover, Elizaca. 1810View
SamplerPepper, Emily1887View
Le Jardin d'amour (The Garden of Love) Furnishing FabricHuet, Jean-Baptiste (Possibly)ca. 1790View
Le Jardin d'amour (The Garden of Love) Furnishing FabricHuet, Jean-Baptiste (Possibly)ca. 1790/1800View
L' Oiseleur (Bird Catcher)Huet, Jean Baptiste, designer (Oberkampf, maufacturer)ca. 1795/1811View
Escape and Evasion Map (Parachuter's Map)Unknown1940/45View
TableclothMergentime, MargueritaLate 1930s/Early 1940sView
Dress FabricUnknownca. 1922View
Gardens of Old Salem Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Gardens of Old Salem Dress Fabric, from the Early American seriesH. R. Mallinson & Company Inc., manufacturer1925View
Dress Fabric, Smoke RingsUnknown1934View
Dress FabricUnknown20th CenturyView
Dress FabricUnknown20th CenturyView
SamplerTurner, Lora1830View
SamplerBirchard, Eunice1798View
Dress FabricUnknownca. 1922View
Dress Fabric, Egyptian DesignsUnknownca. 1936View
Dress Fabric, Egyptian DesignsUnknownca. 1936View
Caves of the Shenandoah Dress Fabric, from the American Caves SeriesUnknown1929View
Dress FabricUnknown1935View
Dress FabricUnknown1935View
Dress FabricUnknown1935View
Dress FabricUnknown1935View
Dress Fabric, TikalReeves, Ruth, designer1935View
Dress Fabric, TikalUnknown1935View
Olde England Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
The Lion Fights Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
Laurels for London Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
Propellers to Peace Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
Brave Britain Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
Crowns of England Dress Fabric, from the British American Ambulance Corps seriesRotz-Getzoff Company, New York1941View
London Wall Dress FabricLever, Arnold, designer (Jacqmar, manufacturer)Designed 1940, first produced 1940/41View
Dress FabricUnknown1935View
Circus Garment and Furnishing Fabric, from the Marionette Prints seriesSarg, Tony, designer (Wechsler-Barber Silk Co., manufacturer)1928View
Dress fabric, George Washington Centennial CelebrationUnknown1932View
Dress FabricUnknown1932View
Science Tower Dress FabricTeague, Walter Dorwin, designer (manufactured for Marshall Field & Co.)1933View
Dress fabric, Electrical Building Decorative Concrete PylonsTeague, Walter Dorwin, designer (manufactured for Marshall Field & Co., Inc., under trade name Beau Monde)1935View
Dress fabric, Electrical Building Decorative Concrete PylonsTeague, Walter Dorwin, designer (manufactured for Marshall Field & Co., Inc., under trade name Beau Monde)1933View


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