This is a very unique American toile by the late interior designer, Vernita Seeley who also wrote a book, Harmony in Interiors in 1940. She was born in Seattle, Washington, but at the time of this design, I believe she was living on the East Coast. This toile has scenery that pertains to the harvesting of hops. It has a glaze that is similar to a chintz. The colors are primarily three, a beige background with the scenery done in a sage green and salmon pink.
The fabric measures 30" wide.
This is new old stock, has never been used and is still on its original roll. You can see in one of the photos the original label as well.