canvas

1940
c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

c. 1967

Berth lining made of heavy canvas, with 14 metal grommets on the sides and 3 on the ends. The lining was attached to the berth frame with rope and the frames hung bunk style from the ceiling with...

1989

Woven jaquard textile mounted to a framed canvas. Textile has a repetative print throughout on a maroon background that gradually becomes copper colored at one end. There are two yellow...

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