meelzak Citoyens de Valleyfield (Eerste Wereldoorlog)

Flour Sack Citoyens de Valleyfield (First World War)

By
onbekend
Photographer
Dominique Provost

About this artwork

An embroidered flour sack dating from the First World War. During the Great War the neutral contries such as the USA and Canada provided Belgium in flour and other food. The flour sacks were used by Belgians to make new clothing, accessories, pillows, bags, and other functional items. They were also used for embroidering. Many of these embroidered flour sacks contain messages of gratitude. This flour sack contains a message of gratitude to the people of Valleyfield (Canada)

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Flour Sack Citoyens de Valleyfield (First World War)
Photo number
0690034000
Inventory number
23037
Flour Sack Citoyens de Valleyfield (First World War)
Photo number
0690034000
Inventory number
23037
Flour Sack Citoyens de Valleyfield (First World War)
Photo number
0690034000
Inventory number
23037

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