Check out these pictures from a quilter, Patalier: Never Far from a Needle and Thread. She recently saw Annie Leibovitz’s book, Pilgrimage and remarked on the scenes from Orchard House. She has some marvelous pictures comparing Leibovitz’s with her own treasures (and she has some cool stuff!). Here’s a teaser:
“I loved the book immediately. But there are two photographs that just captured my heart; a hanky embroidered by Louisa May Alcott with her initials and a page of the journal by her father, Bronson, with the outlines of his and Louisa May’s hands.
A cord of familiarity was struck. I ran to the files to pull out my own piece of Louisa May Alcott history. I had acquired a grouping of signatures on cloth from an autograph auction in the 90’s …”
Be sure and check out her pictures, they are really cool! Click here to see them.
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