New Jersey Historical Society
This collection contains three personal letters between members of the Oakes family, a few newspaper clippings concerning wool, meal and flour prices, two business cards, a few stamped envelopes, as well as a school roster. The three letters were written between the years 1856-1865 and represent correspondence between brothers Thomas and George A. Oakes, as well as between Thomas and his father David Oakes. There is mention of both business matters and mention of the death of a mutual acquaintance in the letters between the brothers. Of interesting note, in regards to the 1857 letter, is the mention of a show performed by 'three darkies' in which one of them, a female, could have 'passed for a darkie but was nearly as white as I am'. One of the documents included in this collection is a local school roster for three school sessions between 1848-1849. Although the identity of the school for which this roster was used is undeterminable, it most likely was for a school in the Central ... Read More
Peabody Essex Museum
This collection of correspondence, business papers, family history, and photographs illustrate the business and personal activities of the Crowninshield Family
Peabody Essex Museum
Account book of the Lowell Sheathing, of [Lowell, Massachusetts]. Includes accounts of felt purchased and delivered
Peabody Essex Museum
This collection of correspondence, business papers, family history, and photographs illustrate the business and personal activities of the Crowninshield Family
Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
These records consist primarily of the administrative correspondence and the curatorial files of the Curator of Textiles, Adele Coulin Weibel and Francis Robinson. However, Adele Weibel's personal correspondence, research, and lecture materials are included. The administrative files consist of material from 1927-1978, the later being the administrative files of Francis Waring Robinson, Curator of Medieval Art in Charge of Textiles. Adele Weibel's Administrative files reflect her work in establishing the Detroit Institute of Arts textile collection. They include correspondence with important dealers, patrons, and curators concerning the collection and her textile research. Clippings, textile gallery notes, and inventories, primarily in the areas of Peruvian and Coptic Art, are also included. Exhibition files consist of correspondence, clippings, and research on textiles. Examples of textiles from the textile study collection are included. The personal files of Adele Weibel consist of ... Read More
State Library of Western Australia
114458PD: Overview of the material and manchester department. -- 114459PD: Array of wicker furniture and sporting clothes. -- 114460PD: Window display celebrating the 122nd birthday of David Jones. -- 114461PD: Window display celebrating the 122nd birthday of David Jones
State Library of Western Australia
G & R Wills described themselves as softgoods distributors and manufacturers. They manufactured Ezifit brand clothing at their factory in Midland. Sales of clothing and haberdashery were made from shops in Wills House, Perth and in Fremantle
Cornell University Libraries
Course notes of students Albert Dreyfuss and Berthold Elsas, consisting of five pamphlet-size notebooks of course notes by Dreyfuss and one large bound set of course notes by Elsas. Topics include the physical properties of different fabrics and colors, the processing of fabrics such as wool and cotton before and after weaving, and calculation of the amount of material required to make a garment. Elsas's notebook contains printed leaflets from the Webschule Sindelfingen (Sindelfingen, Germany), which may be the school he was attending. His notebook and one of Dreyfuss's contain fabric swatches
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
Getty Research Institute
A manuscript prepared to teach students weaving techniques at a weavers school in Chemnitz. The first volume explains the workings and operation of looms. The second and third contain drawings for loom set-ups and samples of fabric produced by the loom configuration. Included is a prospectus for the school

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