Lovettsville Community Quilt

Did you know that Lovettsville’s downtown district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places? And that Lovettsville is the only town or village in Loudoun County with a museum dedicated to its own civic history? The Lovettsville Community Quilt, featuring 20 quilt squares representing 20 town landmarks, was sewn and assembled by several local quilters in 1990. Now our Lovettsville Historical Society website has individual webpages for the history of each of these iconic structures. Use the key image below, and browse the links, to learn more about Lovettsville’s storied past …

  1. Stone Pump House, 33 East Broad Way, quilted by Edna Baker.  1990 Lovettsville Community Quilt LABELED
  2. Lovettsville Elementary School, 49 S. Loudoun Street, quilted by Ruth Lee Smith.
  3. Providence Primitive Baptist Church, 7 S. Berlin Pike, quilted by Linda Ruegg.
  4. African-American Methodist Episcopal Church, 3 N. Berlin Pike, quilted by Ruth Lee Smith.
  5. Hammond’s Blacksmith Shop, 2 East Broad Way, quilted by Beryl Harrington.
  6. Rehobeth Church, 14085 Rehoboth Church Road, quilted by Mary Ann Williams.
  7. Lovettsville Game Protective Association, 16 S. Berlin Pike, quilted by Eve O’Brien.
  8. New Jerusalem Lutheran Church (est. 1765), 12942 Lutheran Church Road, quilted by Edna Baker.
  9. Lovettsville Historical Society & Museum, 4 East Pennsylvania Avenue, quilted by Beryl Harrington.
  10. Lovettsville High School, 1910, (now Lovettsville Community Center), 57 East Broad Way, quilted by Edna Baker.
  11. Brown Funeral Home, (now 1836 Kitchen & Taproom), 34 East Broad Way, quilted by Linda Ruegg.
  12. George’s Mill, 11867 Georges Mill Road, quilted by Fran Wire.
  13. Lovettsville Post Office, 1937-1961, (now Thaiverse Restaurant), 19 East Broad Way, quilted by Edna Baker.
  14. Lovettsville Library, 12 N. Light Street, quilted by Anne Bruce.
  15. Freedom Masonic Lodge No. 118, AF & AM, 28 East Broad Way, quilted by Beryl Harrington.
  16. F&M Bank, (now BB&T Bank), 7 East Broad Way, quilted by Eve O’Brien.
  17. The Reformed Church of Elder Wenner, 1733 (now St. James United Church of Christ), 10 East Broad Way, quilted by Nancy England.
  18. Lovettsville Town Hall, 6 East Pennsylvania Avenue, quilted by Beryl Harrington.
  19. McClain’s Grocery (now Cacoctin Bible Church), 26 East Broad Way, quilted by Edna Baker.
  20. Reamer’s Hotel (now a parking lot with a historic marker), East Broad Way at Loudoun Street, quilted by Beryl Harrington.

We believe that the idea for the quilt came from Edna Baker, who worked with Beryl Harrington on it.  

Come take a selfie in front of the actual wall-sized Lovettsville Quilt!   Or purchase a postcard of the quilt in Lovettsville Museum Gift Shop.  The Lovettsville Museum is open Saturdays 1:00-4:00, at 4 East Pennsylvania Avenue, next to Lovettsville Town Hall.

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