Marie Webster House

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Marie Webster House
Marie Webster House from southeast.jpg
Marie Webster House, now the Quilters Hall of Fame.
Marie Webster House is located in Indiana
Marie Webster House
Location 926 South Washington Street, Marion, Indiana
Coordinates 40°33′9″N 85°39′36″W / 40.55250°N 85.66000°W / 40.55250; -85.66000Coordinates: 40°33′9″N 85°39′36″W / 40.55250°N 85.66000°W / 40.55250; -85.66000
Built 1905
Architect Unknown
Architectural style Colonial Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 92000678
Significant dates
Added to NRHP June 17, 1992[1]
Designated NHL November 4, 1993[2]

The Marie Webster House, also known as George Webster, Jr. and Marie Daugherty House, was the home of quilter Marie Webster in Marion, Indiana, United States.[1] Built in 1905 in the Colonial Revival style of architecture,[3] it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.[1]

Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1993,[2][4] it is home to the Quilters Hall of Fame.

The Quilters Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to the world of quilting. Founded in 1979 by Hazel McDowell Carter, the Hall features a museum with exhibits of quilts and quilt-makers.

Honorees[edit]

Honoree Name Year Inducted
Lenice Ingram Bacon 1979
William R. Dunton 1979
Ruth Ebright Finley 1979
Jonathan Holstein 1979
Gail Van Der Hoof 1979
Marguerite Ickis 1979
Averil Colby 1980
Anne Orr 1980
Florence Peto 1980
Grace Snyder 1980
Bertha Stenge 1980
Jean Ray Laury 1982
Bonnie Leman 1982
Cuesta Bebberry 1983
Mary Alice Emble Barton 1984
Jinny Beyer 1984
Carrie Hall 1985
Rose G. Kretsinger 1985
Patsy Orlofksy 1987
Jeffrey Gutcheon 1990
Carter Houck 1990
Donna Wilder 1990
Marie D. Webster 1991
Amy Emms, MBE 1992
Michael James[disambiguation needed] 1993
Sally Garoutte 1994
Karey Bresenhan 1995
Joyce Gross 1996
Nancy Crow 1997
Yvonne Porcella 1998
Shiela Betterton 1999
Barbara Brackman 2001
Ruby Short McKim 2002
Georgia Bonesteel 2003
Bets Ramsey 2005
Virginia Avery 2006
Mary Vida Schafer 2007
Helen Kelley 2008
Merikay Waldvogel 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2007-01-23. 
  2. ^ a b "Marie Webster House". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-04-07. 
  3. ^ Grant County Interim Report. Indianapolis: Indiana Landmarks, 1993, 83.
  4. ^ Mesirow, Jill S., and Page Putnam Miller (June 22, 1992). National Historic Landmark Nomination: Marie Webster House PDF (32 KB). National Park Service.  and Accompanying 28 photos, exterior and interior, from 1991 and undated PDF (32 KB)

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