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The Lossie Lane Quilt: A Testimony of Friendship Between Two Black Pioneer Settlers

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

Clean: Christmas Craft Edition

Julia Petrov, Curator of Western Canadian History

 

Museum’s famed “finger rock” gets a spit polish

Carmen Li, Head of Conservation

 

The Sisters of Our Lady of Charity Quilt

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

Collecting Dust

Julia Petrov, Curator

 

The Hittinger Quilt

Lucie Heins,  Assistant Curator

 

Old, new, borrowed...most definitely BLUE

her well-to-do grandparents, who lived on a farm in North Dean

 

The Missie Gene Ferguson Quilt

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator of Western Canadian History

 

The McLeod History Quilt: The Journey from Clyde to Dunvegan

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator of Western Canadian History

 

The Turbo Quilt: Lost and Found

 Lucie Heins
Assistant Curator
, Western Canadian History

 

Alberta Dairy Collection

Cathy Roy, Curator

 

The Matilda Bailey-Day Quilt and the Settlement of African-Americans in Alberta

Lucie Heins,  Assistant Curator

 

The French Connection: The Gagné-Nadeau Quilts

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

Red and Green: The Colours of Christmas and Quilts

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

First World War Quilts

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

The Tale of the BOOudoir Doll

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

Dolls, Buggies and Quilts

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

How History is Made

Hanako Nagao, Marketing and Events Intern 

 

Quilts and Cucumbers: Discovering Alberta’s History…One Quilt at a Time

 Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

Collecting Alberta’s History One Quilt at a Time

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator

 

The Hutterite Needlework Collection

Lucie Heins, Assistant Curator