Quilt No.843AG - Annette Gero

Annette Gero
Owner: 
Annette Gero
Location: 
NSW Sydney
Maker
Maker: 
Daphne and Olive gibson
Made in
AUSTRALIA VIC
Date: 
1921 - 1940
Description: 
Utilitarian quilt made from large pieces of wool, flannel and cotton. Machine construction and the padding is wool.
1570 x 152Omm
History: 

This is one of two utilitarian quilts made by Daphne and Olive Gibson at Thowgla, near Corryong, Victoria in the late 1920s. It is now in the collection of Annette Gero.

Story: 

Daphne and Olive Gibson were neices of Mary Annie Whitehead. The descendants of these families still live in the Corryong district today.

Daphne and Olive Gibson
Daphne and Olive Gibson
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