|Description||One of a pair of socks, infant or toddler's. Made of white cotton; knit with a brown and green thread design. Possibly machine knit and hand sewn together.|
|Provenance||Edward Hill wore this pair of socks when he and his mother, Mary E. Hill, ran the blockade, traveling from Savannah, Georgia to Washington, DC, in autumn of 1863. Mr. Hill was the Assistant Superintendent of the Savannah Arsenal.|
Hill, Mary E. Ball [Mrs.]
Ball, Mary E.