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Fragment of rolled wallpaper from Duxbury, Massachusetts. Large-scale diamond pattern formed by wavy lines resembling meandering paths. Inside the "paths" are depictions of planted fields, farms and apple trees. The diamonds frame large blossoming apple tree branches. Roller printed in black, dark green, blue, yellow and pink on tan ground. The paper is lightly embossed with a woven texture. "Baeck W. P. Co." and "Muralia" are printed in the selvedge.
paper (fiber product)
Mrs. Herbert W. Kelley / Washington St. / Duxbury" (Not in Dorothy Waterhouse's handwriting.)
Kelley, Herbert W., Mrs.
Waterhouse, Dorothy S.
Baeck Wall Paper Company (Manufacturer)
Brooklyn, New York, United States
25 1/2 x 12 1/4 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Bernard Scott
Duxbury (Plymouth County, Massachusetts)
Brooklyn (New York City, New York state) [borough]
Apple Tree Branches