Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Indiana Cotton Mill in Cannelton is registered as a National Historic Landmark
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
A manuscript with additions and changes to the 1850 printed work of the same title. Information from the flyleaf of the volume indicates that this may be Snell's own draft
Harvard University - Baker Library
Records of Lowell, Mass. cotton manufacture Tremont & Suffolk Mills.
Rhode Island Historical Society
Newspaper articles describe history of cotton manufacture, especially in Pawtucket, RI, and also describe the events of the centenary celebration
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Records of the Gloucester Manufacturing Company, a New Jersey calico manufacturing enterprise. Included are miscellaneous correspondence, blueprints, checking accounts, stock ledgers, cash books, sales books, etc., with data on American cotton manufacture in the second half of the nineteenth century
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Letters from a soldier of the 7th Regiment, R.I. Infantry Volunteers to his family at Rockland (now Scituate), R.I. Describes his participation in battles and sieges at Fredericksburg, MD; Petersburg and Richmond, VA; and Vicksburg, Miss. Includes letters from his wife and daughter, describing the impact of the Civil War on R.I. cotton manufacture
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Senatorial and business correspondence, largely 1923-1935, dealing with such matters as veterans' bonuses, federal cotton and agricultural policies, conservation, political appointments and party matters, Dial's unsuccessful bid for reelection (1924), and his later legal, financial, and business activities, including electric utilities, cotton manufacture and futures, real estate, and glass manufacture
American Textile History Museum - Osborne Library
Records include student notes, 1948-1954, with illustrations and samples (swatches) from a dye laboratory, a machine tool laboratory, and reports of experiments for courses on cotton manufacture, textile engineering physics, and textile testing. Also includes examinations, reports, and notes from courses on cotton finishing, cotton manufacture, color, chemistry, mill engineering, and time study. A report of a tour in 1950 of the Pequot Mills, a cotton manufacturer in Salem, Mass., is also included. There are also a few items from Winn's time with the Army, and letters, 1963, concerning Winn's search for employment at Deering, Milliken Research Corp., Whitin Machine Works, Curtis and Marble Machine Co., Worcester, Mass., and the American Cyanamid Co
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Business records and scattered business correspondence of the Alamance Cotton Mill include production, shipping, and time records; store accounts; letter books; and other materials relating to manufacture and sales. Papers are chiefly dated 1838-1884, with a gap from 1853 to 1868