Mrs. Cleveland's Choice
Here's a complex design that's a late-19th-century pattern
designed by a commercial source with a reference to current events.
The Ladies Art Company published the block as
Mrs. Cleveland's Choice. Perhaps someone asked
Frances Folsom Cleveland, wife of President Grover
Cleveland for her opinion.
In 1886 21 year old Frances Folsom
married the President who was 49.
Setting the blocks side-by-side creates a different look.
Here it is in a BlockBase Quick Quilt.
Which you could view as two alternate blocks.
A combination of a Jack-in-the-Pulpit and a block of triangles.
The Quilt Index shows the triangle quilt below documented by the Massachusetts
project that is signed Mrs. Grover Cleveland.
So this might actually be Mrs. Cleveland's Choice.