Bow Ties by Edward Gould
These unique and colorful bow ties are designed by Edward Gould. Edward is the great-great grandson of William B. Gould I who was an enslaved plasterer in Wilmington. William B. Gould I worked on the Bellamy main house and escaped to freedom in 1862. We are privileged to tell his story at the museum, and now we are privileged to share these quality items!
This series features fabrics made by women in Africa. Each bow tie comes with information about William B. Gould I and Edward Gould.