Fragment of Hussi cloth Maker: Unknown

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Not on view

The ground is of white pina fiber tabby woven


10 1/4 × 6 1/2 in. (26 × 16.5 cm)

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Received through Margeret T. J. Rowe

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Sarah Coburn (Mrs. George F. Tufts), Charlestown, Mass; by descent to Alice Tufts Brown (Mrs. Charles Reynolds Brown, 1870–1962) [see note 1], New Haven Conn.; acquired by Margaret T. J. Rowe (1888–1975), Providence, RI; given to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., 1962

Note 1: With the sample came a note saying, "brought to Mother from Manilla made up into a dress for her 1855-60. Made over for my first party dress 18-? A.T. Brown" (Alice Tufts Brown, Mrs. Charles R.)
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