On the way to Lewisburg, we stopped in Annville, PA. We first discovered this town on a college visit with my sons a few months ago. Besides the wonderful name, Annville has a large antique center with a tasty cafe on the premises.
It is a fun place to poke around, though pre-1920s textiles were not to be found... but if you like vintage glass and collectibles, this is the place for you.
SOOO much glass in the place...it was everywhere.
Anybody need a new iron?
I did find a ca. 1960-70 cheaters cloth doll quilt for $8; I couldn't resist. The backing fabric reminded me of my brothers' pajamas from the 1960's.
Next stop was Lewisburg and two antique stores we remembered from last year. Silver moon Antiques and Lewisburg Antique Mall.
Again, not much in the way of quilts and textiles. I did find this interesting milk bottle. It says Individual Milk Dealers Association, Philadelphia PA, Tuberculin Tested. Good to know I suppose.
Stayed tuned to the next installment to hear about the Packwood House quilts and a small give away from the museum, since most of you are too far away to attend.