Freedom's Hope (Harmony House) Note Cards
Beautiful note cards, printed with the image from David's original watercolor entitled "Freedom's Hope".
The view is of the historic Harmony House in Greeneville, Tennessee. Built in 1851 by Dr. and Mrs. William Andrew Harmon, this house was used as a place of refuge during the Civil War. Soldiers from both Confederate and Union armies camped in the back yard. Of Federal architecture, the interior contains prime examples of Tennessee craftmanship.
Set of 8 note cards with envelopes. Cards are folded, and measure 4.25" x 5.5" folded. Blank inside. Matching envelopes included.