A number of Mission residents discuss the history and design of quilts. Libby Maralles provides an introduction and conclusion. Ruth Cookman talks about small squares and tells the story of Maricinne Quilts of the late 1950’s and 1960’s; Mildred Vollick discusses Quiet Lover, Crib quilts and homespun fabrics; Kim Allen addresses Museum Quilts, Joan Fishleigh discusses the Laundromat Quilt and Autumn Leaves; Karen Lee tells a story about WWII quilts for overseas and imposter blankets; Jan Donatelli talks about her Silverhill Flower Quilt, and Margaret Findley talks about navy uniforms.

Title: Mission History – Quilts
Box: J
File: 1
Topic: Quilts: Their History and Design
Interviewer: N/A
Interviee(s): Libby Maralles, Karen Lee, Ruth Cookman, Mildred Vollick, Cathie Marcellus, Kim Allan, Joan Fishleigh, Ruth Cookman, Jean Mitchell, Perry Cleven, Jan Donatelli, Peggy Stolicker, Margaret Findley, Betty Robertson
Date: April 20, 2005
Scope: 1 audio tape
Length: 90 min.
Summary: The interviewees discuss the history and design of quilts. Libby Maralles provides an introduction and conclusion. Ruth Cookman talks about small squares and tells a story of Maricinne Quilts of the late 1950’s and 1960’s, Mildred Vollick discusses Quiet Lover, Crib quilts and homespun fabrics, Kim Allen addresses Museum Quilts, Joan Fishleigh discusses the Laundromat Quilt and Autumn Leaves, Karen Lee tells a story about WWII quilts for overseas and imposter blankets, Jan Donatelli talks about her Silverhill Flower Quilt, Margaret Findley talks about navy uniforms