Monthly Archives: March 2012

Pencil me in…

It’s strange to think of how small the world really is. In September 2010, a stranger e-mailed our Curator of Collections stating that he had found something that we might find interesting. Mr. Cecil Leslie of Wooster, Ohio had found … Continue reading

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Flowers Blooming in Deyo Hall

There is a new addition to our gallery in Deyo Hall, a 19th century hexagon quilt. An old label found pinned to this quilt reads “Crib spread – 1824 – Presented by Mrs. Peter W. DuBois – 1900.” In 1900, … Continue reading

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