|Object ID #||1959.046.005|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Description||Woman's narrow and long, black lace scarf. Lace has a bold floral pattern, and each of the ends of the scarf appear to have been cut, and there is some fraying.|
Originally belonged to Mrs. Helen Kennedy (neé Inglis) of Inglis Falls, Derby Township would married Thomas Kennedy of Owen Sound. Her parents were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Inglis.
Mrs. Thomas Kennedy died in 1924 at the age of 77.
Later owned by A. Amy Kennedy who resided in Owen Sound at 240 8th St. West, circa 1959. She had lived for 19 years at the house at Inglis Falls that later on was occupied by Victor Inglis.
|Collection||Textiles, 20th-c Clothing Collection, Women's|
|Dimensions||W-11.6 L-141 cm|
|Function||This might not have been a scarf, but a length of fancy black lace that was kept. The donor referred to it as a length of black lace.|