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  • Chamberlin Textiles
    Account book 1743 1775 Nathaniel Chamberlin Collection Mss 871 1743 1775 C443 vol 1 Copyright 2001 President and Fellows of Harvard College all rights reserved

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  • The stocking-frame
    frame and other apparatus used in the manufactory of stockings engraving ca 1790 Engravings of Industries Collection b 1 Mss 446 Copyright 2001 President and Fellows of Harvard College all

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  • Allen-Lane Company Collection
    the West Roxbury Citizens Association in the 1920s and 1930s The Allen Lane Company sent yarn out to dry goods stores across northern New England to be knitted into socks and mittens The collection includes several folders of Knitting Statements letters to accompany or announce finished goods or to request more yarn In a letter addressed to Messrs Allen Lane Co T Tufts Co wrote on December 5 1873 during a very serious economic downturn We are sorry to hear that we need not expect any more yarn this winter Money is scarce in this country and our knitters want and need work and it would be charitable to say the least to furnish them work We allow our knitters the same price per doz that you pay us and make but a small profit on our goods we don t see how some poor widows will get through this long cold winter without work If you will give us half or two thirds of the amount of yarn we have been having we will place it among the most needy and if you are intending to make up a lot of mitts for the trade of next fall would it not be better to keep knitters at work this winter and if the mitts accumulate too fast shorten us next summer or fall It takes time to bring things around We hope you will conclude to furnish us with yarn through this winter will supply the best knitters and try and do the work satisfactorily Wage and time accounting Payrolls Georges Mills 1880 1930 carton 31 Devonshire Mills 1887 1927 carton 29 Walker Mills 1894 1913 carton 33 Time books with names no wages 1929 1930 NAF 1 7 Box 1 Company reports and registers office records Knitting 1873

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  • Baker, B.N. & A. Collection
    workers over a number of years The accounts payable for the production of clothing are mainly for women In addition internal evidence shows that at least some of the entries in men s names are for women in their families For instance the account of John Adams on page 153 is carried forward under Mrs John Adams on page 226 and then under George Adams on page 304 In many

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  • Nathaniel Bradley and Company Collection
    sold palm leaf hats during the mid nineteenth century They distributed palm leaf to women on local farms who produced the hats for store credit Volume 14 from the collection records his accounts with the women who produced the palm leaf hats Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Baker B N A Collection Nathaniel Bradley and Company Collection Aaron Claflin Collection Albert W Crafts Collection J A Frye Shoe Company Collection

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  • Aaron Claflin Collection
    who sold shoes boots and straw hats in the mid nineteenth century His account book records payments to men and women for sewing straw wiring and pressing bonnets and sewing trimming and coloring straw Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Baker B N A Collection Nathaniel Bradley and Company Collection Aaron Claflin Collection Albert W Crafts Collection J A Frye Shoe Company Collection Mixter Knight Collection Northbridge Cotton Manufacturing Company Collection

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  • Albert W. Crafts Collection
    cheese and butter As these accounts cover a long period of time from 1824 to 1879 one can follow the change in the transactions While the palm leaf hat industry changes dramatically and almost dies out in the 1860s the women continue to bring their eggs and dairy products to the store for credit Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Baker B N A Collection Nathaniel Bradley and Company Collection Aaron

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  • J. A. Frye Shoe Company Collection
    a complete run of piecework accounts with individual workers running balances of the company accounts with suppliers and accounts with shoe retailers The ledgers of the 1860s and early 1870s separate accounts with cutters lasters and stitchers some of which give evidence of exchange of goods for labor One part of each ledger primarily contains accounts with single and married women most likely home stitchers who received needles as part

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