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Fragment of floral stripe wallpaper from the Adams National Historical Park in Quincy, Massachusetts. Floral stripes with roses and morning glories growing from the same vertical vine. The floral vines are evenly spaced over narrow white and liquid mica stripes. Roller-printed in liquid mica, black, white, purple, blue, two pinks, two reds, two greens, tan and olive on ungrounded paper. Paper selvedge is printed with English registry numbers for the fabric pattern (Rd. No.57962 registered in 1886) and the wallpaper (Rd. No. 600552 registered in 1912).
paper (fiber product)
mica (white pigment)
"RD NO FOR FABRICS - 57962 / RD NO - 600552" (English Registry Numbers indicate Fabric in this pattern registred in 1886 and wallpaper in 1912.)
Waterhouse, Dorothy S.
Associated With Old House, Quincy, MA (Adams National Historic Park), Bedroom
24 1/2 x 21 3/4 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Bernard Scott
1912 (Per English Registry Number)
Quincy (Norfolk county, Massachusetts)
England (United Kingdom) [country]
Title Wallpaper Reproduction Accession Number 2001.281.477