This rare 1960s cotton apron is by Peg Doore famous Paris Hill Maine artist. Screen printed by hand and signed: A New England Village, Maine, Peg Doore. Size is good for a Small, Medium or Large.
Measures: waist band including long ties is 70 inches end to end. The front measures: 20 inches across the top of the waist and flares to 35 inches at the hem. Small, Medium Or Large.
Midnight black field is hand screen printed with white images / scenes from the Paris Hill village in Maine.
The Carter House (1789), Hannibal Hamlin birthplace, the Atwood House (1809-1891). The Smith house (1816). First Baptist Church (1838), The Rossman house (1805), Academy (1856),The Guyer house (1840), The Brooks House (1820), The Ross House (1807), The Ashton House ( 1812) and the McKinney House (1824). In one corner is printed: A New England Village; Paris Hill, Main, Peg Dorre.
The Tag : hand screened, Designed by Peg Doore, Academy Craft Shop, Paris Hill, Mailing Address; South Paris, Me (R.F.D.1) Washable Fast Color.
Mint, unworn condition. From a smoke free home.
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Rare Peg Doore Apron Paris Hill Maine Mint With Tag
USPS First-Class Mail Letter
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