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"Comitose Intuse"
Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, 1910-1983
Photographed by Gavin Ashworth "Comitose Intuse"Eugene Von Bruenchenhein1955Milwaukee, WisconsinOil on2001.23.8
"ECB"  Feathered Stars Quilt
Artist unidentified
Photo by Matt Hoebermann "ECB" Feathered Stars QuiltArtist unidentified1850–1860Possibly New York State, United StatesCotton1985.36.1
"Ella" Crazy Quilt
Artist unidentified; signed "Ella"
Photographed by Gavin Ashworth "Ella" Crazy QuiltArtist unidentified1922United StatesSuiting woolens with cotton floss embroidery2006.4.1
"Lady Monster Walking"
David Butler
Photographed by Gavin Ashworth "Lady Monster Walking"David Butler1982Patterson, LouisianaSheet tin, paint, plastic, satin bows and copper wire1985.35.11
"MTD" Quilt Top
Artist unidentified; initialed "MTD"
Photographer unidentified "MTD" Quilt TopArtist unidentified1842United StatesCotton2005.9.1
"R.A.C." Box 
Artist unidentified; possibly Ransom Cook
Photographer unidentified "R.A.C." BoxArtist unidentifiedc. 1830–1840Probably Saratoga Springs, New York, United StatesPaint and bronze powder stenciling on wood with brass feet88.19
"S.H." Crazy Quilt
Artist unidentified
Photo by Gavin Ashworth "S.H." Crazy QuiltArtist unidentified1885–1895United StatesSilk, ink, paint, and cotton with silk embroidery1985.23.4
"Sacret Bibel" Quilt Top
Susan Arrowood
Photo by Schecter Lee "Sacret Bibel" Quilt TopSusan Arrowood1875–1895Possibly West Chester, Pennsylvania, United StatesCotton, silk, wool, and ink, with cotton embroidery1986.20.1
“We Come to Greet You/Gladly We Come” Sign
Artist unidentified
Photo by José Andrés Ramírez “We Come to Greet You/Gladly We Come” SignArtist unidentified1875–1900United StatesPaint on wood and metal with applied metal and paper2015.1.122
144 At Jennie Richee. Waiting for the blinding rain to stop. (double-sided)
Henry Darger
Photo by James Prinz 144 At Jennie Richee. Waiting for the blinding rain to stop. (double-sided)Henry Darger1950–1970Chicago, Illinois, United StatesWatercolor, pencil, carbon tracing, and collage on pieced paper2003.10.1A
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