|Description||A white Irish Linen. Woven in the edge is "John Robinson & Sons Manufactured Banbridge Ireland." In the body of the cloth are woven Masonic symbols and coats of arms of several countries are in the border. Written in ink along one edge is "C.L. Levin 1858." The cloth is worn and has several mends, it appears to have been cut in half from its original size.|
|Dimensions||W-84 L-70 inches|
|Made||John Robinson and Sons, Banbridge, Ireland|
|Provenance||A linen cloth from an unnamed tavern in North Carolina. Believed owned by C. L. Levin in 1858 (based upon inscription).|
Levin, C. L.