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|| Phelps mourning embroidery
The weeping willows and funerary urns Martha "Patty" Phelps painstakingly stitched in this silk-on-silk embroidery recording the deaths of her mother and brother were traditional symbols of mourning in 19th-century America.
|| Embroidery of Mount Vernon
Caroline Stebbins simultaneously displayed her patriotism, refinement, and embroidery skills in this silk on silk embroidery of George Washington's home at Mount Vernon, Virginia.