Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, textile design patterns and instructions, fabric samples, and photos, relating to Smyrl's activities as a designer for Amoskeag Manufacturing Company (1922-1936) and later as self-employed
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Publicity Books are a series of twenty-six bound scrapbooks documenting William Pahlmann's career as an interior and industrial designer, the activities of his design firm William Pahlmann Associates, and the work of his staff members. These volumes were compiled by Pahlmann and members of his staff to showcase his work and that of his firm to potential clients. These books also detail Pahlmann's involvement with the American Institute of Decorators (abbreviated AID, later renamed the American Institute of Interior Designers) and its Resources Council, and his interactions with the American home furnishing industry. Additionally, the Publicity Books provide insight into the American interior design profession from the 1930's through the mid 1970's
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Client Photo Presentation Books are a series of twenty-four photo albums assembled to showcase the work of William Pahlmann and William Pahlmann Associates to prospective clients. Black and white photographs of Pahlmann's most notable jobs (many taken by professional photographers for William Pahlmann Associates, the clients, or for publication in periodicals such as Interiors Magazine or Architectural Digest) make up a majority of the items in the Client Photo Presentation Books. Additionally, ephemera such as advertising materials, menus, and product samples are pasted onto or inserted between some of the books' pages
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The archives of the Color Association of the United States (CAUS) is a fragmentary collection of records dating from its founding in 1915 to 1983. The records are arranged in three series: I. Corporate Records; II. Color Standardization Services (Subseries A-Government, and Subseries B-Industry); and III. Color Forecasts (Subseries A-Seasonal Bulletins, and Subseries B-Color Cards)
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The Publicity Books are a series of twenty-six bound scrapbooks documenting William Pahlmann's career as an interior and industrial designer, the activities of his design firm William Pahlmann Associates, and the work of his staff members. These volumes were compiled by Pahlmann and members of his staff to showcase his work and that of his firm to potential clients. These books also detail Pahlmann's involvement with the American Institute of Decorators (abbreviated AID, later renamed the American Institute of Interior Designers) and its Resources Council, and his interactions with the American home furnishing industry. Additionally, the Publicity Books provide insight into the American interior design profession from the 1930's through the mid 1970's
University of California, Berkeley
Primarily a collection of definitions of the names of garments used in Mexico during the colonial period. Attention has been given to the Spanish antecedents of the garments. V. 1: clothing, A-I; v. 2: clothing, J-Z; v. 3: textiles, A-H; v. 4: textiles, I-Z
University of California, Berkeley
Include two letters, 1697-1700, by Richard Adams, Chester, England, to his brother, Francis, in Boston re shipment of weaving equipment and wool to Massachusetts; diary of Mary Carver Adams, Oct. 1856, re her travels from Washington, D.C., to New York and sailing from thence to New Orleans; diary of her sister, Alice, for 1867, recording social life in Washington, D.C. and her trip to Europe; scrapbook kept by Cora B. Taylor (later Mrs. James Barry Adams) while in Rome, with calling cards, menus, programs and letters, including three from John B. Jackson; obituary clippings for James Barry Adams, 1939
Fashion Institute of Technology - Special Collections and FIT Archives
Collection of point papers ( graph papers on which weaving drafts for shaft looms) and point paper plans for drawlooms or looms with a jacquard attachment
Fashion Institute of Technology - Special Collections and FIT Archives
Four scrapbooks containing business correspondence, photographs, fabric swatches, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, promotional materials and tear sheets related to Everfast Fabrics between the years 1931-1939
Fashion Institute of Technology - Special Collections and FIT Archives
Twenty seven 7 x 4 1/2" looseleaf volumes containing mounted textile fabric swatches used for Calvin Klein ties, with accompanying notations on style numbers and pricing

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