University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The Knitting Club collection consists of flyers advertising the club's activities
South Carolina Historical Society
Handwritten instructions for knitting quilts, shawls, and other items
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Nine (9) oversize black-and-white and color photographs of Jantzen plants: Seneca, SC, plant: two mounted photographs and one unmounted photograph; Portland, Or., plant: (one mounted photograph); Vancouver, B.C., plant: (one mounted photograph); Statesville, NC, plant and warehouse/office (four mounted photographs).
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Commonplace book containing miscellaneous entries, given by Mary Lilley. Includes knitting instructions, figures on goods produced for sale at the Sabbathday Lake, Me., Shaker community, lines written for Nancy P. Wood by Hester Ann Adams, and 20th century entries on the goods produced for sale, written by Sister Mildred Barker
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Payroll book, 1912-1916, of the Williamsburg Knitting Mill Company, Williamsburg, Va. which lists employees, many of whom are female
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
A leather bound album of captioned views documenting the Berkshire Knitting Mills, manufacturers of full-fashioned ladies hosiery, in Reading, Pennsylvania. The title page includes annual production figures by the dozens (1906-1923) and a comparison of payroll, floor space, and number of employees for 1906 and 1922. Images include aerial views showing the development of the plant, company buildings, offices, stock room, wash room, chemical lab of dye house, dye room, cafeteria, kitchen, dining room, dispensaries, employee vegetable gardens and exterior of grocery store. These plant operations are shown: winding, legger, footer, inspection, mending, looping and seaming, examining, topping, thread counting, turning, boarding, pairing, labeling and packing, and shipping. Most of these factory views include workers. There are also several pieces of ephemera: two postcards (restaurant interior, Ostende, Belgium, and an interior of St. Sophia Mosque in Constantinople) and an engraved ... Read More
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This circular needle for hand kitting has the proper balance of stiffness and flexibility because of the use of thin walled tubing extruded of DuPont Nylon joined to the shank of steel needles. The tube is reinforced at the juncture by an insert of nylon rod
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Interviews with Diane and Rachel Deans, Bangor, Me., Bertha Delaney, Veazie, Me., and Thelma Welch, Bunkers Harbor, Me., about the tradition of knitting mittens; together with corresponding paper -- Includes photos (P5979-P5984)
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Nine (9) oversize black-and-white and color photographs of Jantzen plants: Seneca, SC, plant: two mounted photographs and one unmounted photograph; Portland, Or., plant: (one mounted photograph); Vancouver, B.C., plant: (one mounted photograph); Statesville, NC, plant and warehouse/office (four mounted photographs)
Grand Rapids Public Library - Grand Rapids History and Special Collections Department
Group of strikers holding signs for the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, also seen are police officers escorting a group of women into a factory