Native American quilt with local 'ancestry' on display at museum
A Native American quilt, made in the 1940s and consigned to the Ponsford Red Owl during World War II, is now on display at the Hubbard County Historical Museum.
Storeowners Ted and Mary Colgrove allowed residents to sell items at the store as a means to earn additional income during the war era.
Price: $10. But it did not sell.
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