Sallie Rose Bohannon Quilt Painting – you can see this painting Ali g the Downtown Greeneville Quilt Trail. It actually is with one of the stops. #SallieBohannon #SallyBohannon #GreenevilleTN
Sallie Rose Bohannon Quilt Painting
I noticed the plaque and the painting spell the name two different ways. The painting has it Sallie, while the plaque has it Sally.
Miss Sally Bohannon, one of the richest women in Greenville in the 1920s, moved here with her widowed mother to be near several uncles who were local potters. After teaching and ceramic painting at Tusculum College she opened a millinery store that sold hats and ready-to-wear
piece goods she purchased in New York. She is depicted on the back door of her store holding a family quilt and wearing one of her hats and a coat dress. A business is now being operated in Miss Sally’s store building by a fifth generation member of her family.
This id also located with the Crown of Thorns quilt block, coming soon to a post on SteveSews.com.
See Each Stop along the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail and some other sewing things you can see while you are doing this Quilt Trail tour. (See the links below)
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