New York State Historical Documents
2 v.
Minutes of meetings and brochures of the Clinton Knitting Company.
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
1 photograph
Image depicts a circular knitting machine by W.D. Huse & Sons, a knitting machine manufacturer in Laconia, N.H.
Denver Public Library
1 ft.
Corrected typescripts of her: America's knitting book (1968; also rev. ed. 1974); and America's crochet book (1972). Original illustrative material included.
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
1 print
Image of three women at work spinning, knitting, and making lace; yard visible in background with man carrying basket.
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
1 photograph
Image depicts an elderly woman seated in a high back chair, holding hand knitting and knitting needles. Woman wears a white cap or bonnet and a white collar. Enclosed in case, curved mat.
Peabody Essex Museum
One 3.5" X 6" notebook, 100 pages.
Contains miniature samples of knitting patterns with instructions for creating them. Created by Alida Aumack of Keyport, New Jersey.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
1 folder.
The Knitting Club collection consists of flyers advertising the club's activities.
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
1 photograph
Image depicts a flat knitting machine (as opposed to a circular knitting machine), where the needles are arranged in a straight line and held in a flat plate called the "bed." Probably manufactured by the Crane Manufacturing Company of Lakeport, N.H. This could be a latch needle machine, as Crane was known for its latch needle machines.