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Cotton, plain weaves; printed; cotton, twill weaves; pieced; edged and backed with cotton, plain weave; quilted
173.7 × 145.7 cm (68 3/8 × 57 3/8 in.)
Gift of Cynthia Lee Jenner in honor of her mother, Nadine Newbill Jenner
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The artist, Frances Brooks Wyld (died 1958), Chicago, IL, from c. 1883 [this and the following according to correspondence and documentation provided by the donor dated Spring 2009 in curatorial object file, Textiles Department]; by descent to her granddaughter, Violet Wyld (1906-1986), Kenilworth, IL; given to Nadine Newbill Jenner (died 1997), Kenilworth then Evanston, IL, from mid-1980s; by decent to her daughter, Cynthia Lee Jenner, New York and Evanston, IL, from 1997; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2010.
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