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Woman's Apron
1840-1845
Designer:Designed by Abigail P. Annable , American, 1797 - 1880
Seamstress:Sewn by Elizabeth C. Annable , American, 1820 - 1869
silk; embroidery thread
Skirt (apron length x width of hem): 29 1/2 × 29in. (74.9 × 73.7cm) Other (height x width of note): 4 1/8 × 5 1/2in. (10.5 × 14cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Daniel Piotrowski in memory of Horace W. Sellers III
Description: Woman's apron made of silk and embroidered with a leaf and flower pattern of various colors. The apron was designed by Mrs. Abigail P. Annable and worked on by Elizabeth C. Annable (Mrs. Joseph Kellogg). The apron is made of a tan silk with a linen, loose-weave backing. There is a multi-colored embroidered line along the edges. (a) apron (b) note
Object Number: 2016.100.95a-b
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