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EARLY CHENILLE
Sears Roebuck Spring-Summer 1934 Pictures

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Hand Tufted Candlewick - Fast Colors. Hand made and tufted by mountain women of the south, these spreads are exceptionally attractive. Patter worked in heavy two-color yarns: gold and brown; two tone-blue; two-tone green; Helio or rose on White. $1.69 each



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