The quilts were most likely made by Aunt Alice, who was actually Pam's cousin Sue's great-aunt. (Pam and Sue are paternal first cousins. Aunt Alice was Sue's maternal grandmother's sister. Got that? Nearly everyone who knew Aunt Alice called her that -- including me.) All are machine-pieced with a slightly-wider-than-1/4" seam.
These wonky log cabin blocks are made from silk and rayon neckties. (1950's?)
The medallion may be as late as the 1960's.
There were two 30's bricks quilts: one was unquilted. The other was tied. Note the nifty 30's backing fabric. (The bricks are about 3" x 6".)
Aren't they wonderful? I've given Pam the name of the closest appraiser so that she can have proper documentation.