Max Meyer sketch collection, 1915-1929

Meyer, Max, 1876-1953

Details

4.39 linear ft.
19 half Hollinger boxes 1 notebook.
Collection level.
19 boxes and 1 notebook contain original sketches in pen and ink with watercolor. The sketches, produced for A. Beller and Co., a high-end ready-to-wear womenswear company, were inspired by European designers such as Callot Soeurs, Chanel, Molyneux, Poiret, and Worth.
Access: Open to researchers by appointment at the Fashion Institute of Technology Library Special Collections and College Archives.
Gladys Marcus Library Special Collections and College Archives; Goodman Resource Center, E427, Fashion Institute of Technology, 7th Avenue at 27th Street, New York, NY 10001; USA; 212.217.4385.
Special Collections and College Archives does not own copyright for all material held in its physical custody. It is the obligation of the researcher to abide by and satisfy copyright law (http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#108) when copying or using materials (including digital materials) found in or made available from the department. When possible the department will inform a researcher about the copyright status of material; the obligations of the researcher with regard to such material and wherever possible the owner or owners of the copyrights. Any and all reproduction of originals is at the discretion of the archivist.
Meyer was a fashion industry leader remembered for his interest in labor reform issues, including minimum wage, worker's compensation and working conditions. His interest in education led to his role in the establishment of the Central High School of Needle Trades and Fashion Institute of Technology. He served as the first chairman of the FIT Board of Trustees and was acting president of the college at his death in 1953.
Finding aid available.

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