Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
[1]. Baby knits / by Sandy Scoville (1097). c1991 -- [2]. Kids' playtime vests to knit in sizes 2 to 8 / by Beth MacDonald (1104). c1991 -- [3]. Learn to knit in just one day / by Jean Leinhauser (1210). c1994 -- [4]. Magic cable sweaters bloomin' cables / by Ricki Mundstock. c1995 -- [5]. Magic cable sweaters bulky collection 2 / by Ricki Mundstock. c1994 -- [6]. Magic cable sweaters cables & lace / by Ricki Mundstock. c1993 -- [7]. Magic cable sweaters candy cane cables / by Ricki Mundstock. c1993 -- [8]. Magic cable sweaters passap diamonds & cables / by Ricki Mundstock. c1992 -- [9]. Magic cable sweaters raglans / by Ricki Mundstock. c1994 -- [10]. Magic cable sweaters wishbone cables / by Ricki Mundstock. c1993 -- [11]. Southern belle fashion doll : knitting pattern. c1995
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Stereographs of the exterior and interior of the knitting mill, various work areas and processes. Housed in a cloth box, which also holds a folding metal stereopticon, with a brass plate bearing the Berkshire logo. Also included is an invitation addressed to Celestia L. Keener of Reading, for the annual dinner of the Berkshire Knitting Mills "Quarter Century Club," postmarked 1950
New York State Historical Documents
Minutes of meetings and brochures of the Clinton Knitting Company
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The papers of the Sidney Knitting Mills, Inc., a subsidiary of May McEwen Kaiser, record its operations as a manufacturer of ladies' silk hosiery from incorporation in 1944 to absorption by Burlington Industries in 1948. The collection contains a ledger, journals, a cash receipts journal, trial balances, voucher registers, and payroll summaries, all for the years 1945-1948; scattered checkbooks, 1944-1946; and a journal of invoices for sales to May McEwen Kaiser, 1945-1946
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Newspaper and magazine articles describing the club and the jazz festival held in July 1996
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
The letter declines to take knitting done on the outside and advises Morris to sell in her neighborhood. It also advises her to see a jobber in a nearby large town for information about what they would pay for a wool sock made on a hand knitting machine. Includes a yarn sample
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
Notes of various students at the Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. Includes knitting notes of M. Pearlstein, undated; John W. Gallagher, 1927-1928; and A.L. Ferris, 1927-1928
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Eight (8) cartons of corporate records of Jantzen Inc. and preceding companies, ca. 1910-1986. Includes official minutes and reports of the boards of directors
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
This collection consists mainly of advertising, production material (blueprints, specifications, drawings and diagrams) and many photographs of machinery. Only a small amount of administrative, executive and purchasing records exist, and no labor records are contained here at all. The collection contained a number of valuable instruction manuals and some catalogs from Ainslie and other knitting machine companies, including manuals from competitors with whom the company had no marketing and manufacturing arrangements or with whom they eventually did, such as Gearhart and Auto Knitter. Some manuals Ainslie recycled under the Ainslie name for the U.S. and foreign markets either by adding their name to the piece or printing entirely under their name. Catalogs exist in English, Spanish, Italian, German and French. These catalogs and instruction manuals are listed in the executive series under Information/Reference files, but have been transferred to the library's trade catalog collection. ... Read More