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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph appears with the article, "Romance Runs Rampant in Collection of Old Quilts," Los Angeles Times, 05 Apr 1936: C13. The two women stand before a large quilt with floral patterns while holding up a smaller one of a different design. The antique quilts on display at Gibson Hall ranged in value from $25 to $500, owned by members of the Friday Morning Club and newly appointed member of the arts and crafts division of Women's Clubs Miss Leta Horlocker. Text from negative sleeve: 4725 - Friday Morning Club Mmes. Max Levitt Nathaniel Stockwell [stamped:] Apr 12 1936 Text from newspaper caption: Mmes. Max Leavitt and Nathaniel Stockwell of the Friday Morning Club were exhibitors and hostesses at the first annual handcraft and heirloom exhibit of the club when more than fifty remarkable quilts were shown. There were no prizes given, but competition was high in exhibiting the rarest examples.
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Quilts Handicraft--California--Los Angeles Clubwomen--California--Los Angeles Stockwell, Rhea, b. 1895 Leavitt, Miriam, b. 1877 Friday Morning Club (Los Angeles, Calif.)