Not a lot of information. The pink patches are the backing fabric of the quilt which you can see where the batting is thin. I've never seen fabric fade as completely as this.
This is the block layout. There appears to be at least two different fabrics, one is more loosely woven than the other. The name would have been embroidered on the white fabric.
This is my first guess at how the block looked. It doesn't look quite right to me, it's too unbalanced.
This is my second attempt. It looks much nicer, although it doesn't allow for a signature on white. I think I will put this block in the finished quilt. My blocks are finished at ten inches, so the corner blocks are cut from three inch strips. I don't have a name for this block, if you can help please leave a comment.
Minnie Key's census data demonstrates how mobile the American population was (and still is). In 1920 Minnie and husband Frank were living with Frank's brother's family in Washington. Minnie was born in Kansas, her father was born in England and her mother was born in Indiana. Frank and brother Charles were born in Minnesota like their father and their mother was born in Wisconsin. Charles's wife Enid was also born in Minnesota but her father was born in Germany. Enid had two children, one born in North Dakota and the second in Minnesota. Two pages of the census include 21 different states as places of birth as well as Ireland, Greece, South America, Holland, Austria and Canada.
Minnie Key was about eight months pregnant with her first child when she made her quilt block; she and Frank had been married for fifteen years. I think she was focused on things other than quilts.