WORLD WAR II QUILTS
Many American women made warm and attractive quilts to benefit U.S. soldiers during the period 1940-45, either as outright gifts or as raffle prizes to raise money for good causes. The author researched newspapers and magazines to authenticate this collection of patterns and designs available at the time. Fully illustrated, most in color.
Size: 8¾x11¼ inches
Item #: 2908034
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