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Cotton and wool, plain weave double cloth; woven on loom with Jacquard attachment; two loom widths joined
Inscription: Cuba 1837
199.4 × 166.4 cm (78 1/2 × 65 1/2 in.); Repeat: 41 × 36.8 cm (30 3/4 × in.)
Gift of Mrs. Wilkes
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Mildred Davison and Christa C. Mayer-Thurman, Coverlets: A Handbook on the Collection of Woven Coverlets in The Art Institute of Chicago, exh. cat. (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 1973), 94.
Art Institute of Chicago, American Coverlets, July 14–Oct. 14, 1973.
Mrs. Wilkes, Washington, DC, by 1924 [object received from Mrs. Herman Field, Chicago; incoming receipt R1833, Sept. 18, 1924, in curatorial object file, Textiles Department]; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1924.
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