TITLE

Margaret Weber - Klemm

PUB. DATE
January 1995
SOURCE
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article profiles Margaret Weber-Klemm, a descendant of large ethnic group Banat German in Dickinson, North Dakota. She was born in 1909 to Wenzel and Helen Weber. She was sixteen years old when a neighbor taught her how to do Netza work. She makes Netza pillow covers, dresser scarves, doilies, and table covers.
ACCESSION #
33373854

 

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