This design was discovered beneath three layers of wallpaper in Enouch Frye House in North Andover, Massachusetts (circa 1780).
Found on the walls of a stately colonial mansion near Worcestor, Massachusetts, this beautiful tassel design shows the influence of French elegance in this country in the early 19th Century. Reproduced from the original woodblocks.
General Samuel McClellan
Fragments of this paper found in a handsome historic house in South Woodstock, Connecticut, built by Samuel McClellan in 1769, clearly bear the English tax stamp. The central motif of the design was appropriate for General McClellan, who became a leader in the American Revolution.
Either English or German adaption of a block print. Circa 1860-1875
This lovely early 19th Century design once graced the hall of a western Massachusetts home.
French, Circa 1785 Thought to be a Jean-Baptiste design