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Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Bedspread of white linen and crochet. Old. Owned by Anne Harris Brindle.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Hand-loomed Wool Coverlet made in Murray County in mid-1800s. It was made on the Benjamin Loughridge farm. It is probable that someone on the farm used a spinning wheel to turn wool shorn from local sheep into the thread used to weave the fabric. This historic item is now owned by Anne Harris Brindle.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions "Toys Soldiers and Rag Dolls" a child's afghan, crocheted by Viola Westmoreland 1980s. Owned by Andrew McDaniel.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Sewing items. Needles, thread, thimble, used by Virginia Bearden in hand Tufting chenille bedspreads in the early 1940s. The thread shown was used to make chenille items. Owned by Sam and Mozelle Kittles.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Handmade quilt from early 1900s, created by Cora Anderson. Now owned by her Grandson, Sam (and Mozelle) Kittles.

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