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  • Nieves María

    A needlework townscape, produced in the 1850s by Maria Schultz, a Schwenkfelder. These townscape images were produced with wool and stitched onto linen. The townscape images are unique to the Heritage Center’s collection.

  • Jennifer H

    Needlework: Townscape produced in the 1850s by Maria Schultz, a Schwenkfelder. These townscape images were produced with wool and stitched onto linen. The townscape images are unique to the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center collection - I believe that The Essamplaire is doing this one.

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