Quilt No.167SHS - Stawell Historical Society

Owner: 
Stawell Historical Society
Location: 
VIC North West
Maker
Maker: 
Stawell Primary School Students and Teachers
Made in
AUSTRALIA VIC
Date: 
1901 - 1920
Description: 
Wholecloth quilt of cream cotton embroidered in lemon thread with names of teachers and students. No filling. Backing is of cream cotton.
1830 x 1250mm
History: 

Made by students and teachers of Stawell Primary School No 502 c.1909-1910. Owned by Miss Cragg, a former teacher at Stawell Primary School. Donated to Stawell Historical Society.
Number V STW No 2017

Story: 

Spaces on the quilt were sold, and the names of over 100 teacters and students were embroidered on the quilt to raise money for the school.

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