The exhibit includes two beautiful Jacquard coverlets. The first coverlet was woven in 1852 by John Garis, professional weaver and surveyor.
The second coverlet was woven in 1853 by Danial and Levi Fisher, professional weavers from South Bend, IN.
There are four exceptional hexagon pieces by Hannah Morgan Hassell circa 1850 - these pieces alone are worth a visit.
If you're in the area, stop in - no charge. The museum is housed in the Brown Mansion built in 1885.
Strange as it may sound, during my visit I discovered that in 1942 my dad brought his future bride (my mom) flowers to celebrate her high school graduation day!