Holly Hobbie Print "Daughter" Apron, Worn by Megan Mines, 1978-1980

Summary

Baking Christmas cookies has been a long-standing holiday tradition in the Mines family. The annual gathering strengthened family bonds, including among extended family members. In the 1970s, Linda Mines created matching Holly Hobbie-themed aprons for those who gathered at her mother-in-law's house to bake and decorate Christmas cookies. Linda sewed this apron for her niece, Megan Mines.

Baking Christmas cookies has been a long-standing holiday tradition in the Mines family. The annual gathering strengthened family bonds, including among extended family members. In the 1970s, Linda Mines created matching Holly Hobbie-themed aprons for those who gathered at her mother-in-law's house to bake and decorate Christmas cookies. Linda sewed this apron for her niece, Megan Mines.

Artifact

Apron (Protective wear)

Date Made

1978-1980

Creators

Mines, Linda 

Henry Ford Museum
 On Exhibit

at Henry Ford Museum in Collections Platform

Object ID

2016.30.33

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Cindee Mines.

Color

Multicolored

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