BOX QUILT by Nancy Page (aka Florence LaGanke, not to be confused with Nancy Cabot) was published in her syndicated columnn in the Hartford Courant, on March 20, 1934, as illustrated here, as well as other newspaper sources, for instance the Nashville Banner, etc. The headline reads: "This Quilt Deserves To Go In A Hope Box."
The Hope Box or Hope Chest was used by young women for storing marriage necessities and essential home goods.
The design has many different incarnations in the various compendiums.
Maggie Malone, in her 5,500 QUILT BLOCK DESIGNS, illustrates it entirely in solids as #2080.
Jinny Beyer's QUILTER'S ALBUM OF PATCHWORK PATTERNS, p.139-2, renders the pattern beautifully as a 3d design and therefore with a slightly different dark and light distribution.
Barbara Brackman's ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PIECED QUILT PATTERNS, #4198, is very similar to the original as illustrated left.
More "box" inspired pattern designs at this site include:
BOX QUILT (1)
CUBE LATTICE (with Piet Mondrian)
DUCK CREEK PUZZLE
JACK IN THE BOX