Image from page 43 of "American homes and gardens" (1905)
Title: American homes and gardens
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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Sampler worked in 1831 by Julia Ann Shufelt Sacketts Harbor, as wellas Albany and NewYork. Susan Ann Barnardssampler gives date andplace of working, asHudson, April 27,1821, probably at theschool long kept by MissSusan Jenkins near thepresent building of theDaughters of the Ameri-can Revolution. Hereevery Friday afternoonwas devoted to needle-work, and Susan Barn-ards long strip of loose-woven canvas bearscreditable testimony tothe value of Miss Jen-kins training in the ele-gant accomplishments ofembroidery and letteringin fancy stitches. Nor isthis all. Its sentiment in(Continued on page 36 ) 26 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS January, 1913
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A group of Pekingese, the little spaniels originating in China The House Dog By T. C. TurnerPhotographs by the Author
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