Weather Report: March 9 1833
Linen and cotton
12 x 10⅛ inches
One of ten linen and cotton "pages" with an excerpt about the weather from Anna Howell's diaries hand-embroidered in her handwriting, along with three tiny pieced illustrations referencing the content of the text. The pieced blocks are about one-and-a-half inches square.
9th The weather more moderate—but still very cold for the season the ground frozen and snow 8 or 9 inches on a level 11 oclock The sun is now shining brightly, which has a cheering effect upon my spirits—after so long a spell of dark, gloomy weather
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