Betty Kemp

Betty Kemp, a Cobb County resident, specialized in lace making. Her Bobbin Lace Display is part of Georgia's State Art Collection. According to Kemp, this piece was created for an exhibition titled Indigenous Craftsmen of Georgia
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Rosete, Angie. "Betty Kemp." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 08 January 2016. Web. 19 August 2018.
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