My son and his fiance' and I went to the Hoover Minthorn museum in Newberg, Oregon. This was the home of Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States from 1885-1889. The weekend we were there they had a small display of quarter-sized quilts made by the local guild inspired by quilts from the Oregon Trail, as well as a few full-sized vintage quilts.
This was my favorite, I love the quilting. The Double X blocks are about four inches finished. The bedroom had the original furnishings and was roped off, hence the odd angle of the photo. The pillow is draped with a sweet Redwork sham. We didn't take any pictures of the rooms but I was struck by how small they were. The parlor would pass for an entry in one of our current homes and the kitchen could allow the three of us to stand and barely turn around. Amazing, we have such space now.