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  • Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection
    1927 Some of the extensive payroll wage average and other employment records are separate for men and women Wage and time accounting Payrolls 1849 1854 AD 1 1854 1856 BE 1 to BE 6 1848 1885 HS 1 to HS 50 1885 1915 HT 1 to HT 121 1915 1928 HU 1 to HU 7 suspended payrolls 1900 1930 HV 1 to HV 12 Day and average wages 1874 1899 HD 1 to HD 2 1905 1930 HE 1 to HE 2 no names 1909 1913 HF 1 total numbers of female and male workers 1892 1904 HG 1 Alabama mill monthly labor lists with total numbers of female and male workers 1904 1907 HH 1 wages by task 1878 1930 HK 1 Payroll footings 1905 1930 HW 1 5 Time book 1930 HB 1 Company reports and registers office records Registers with names age hometown start date and end date 1880 1886 HY 1 to HY 2 Company Patronage Tenement records 1856 1921 HM 1 to HM 4 Rent rolls 1873 1927 HO 1 to HO 9 Rent rolls and payroll advances 1899 1915 HQ 1 Accounts for board and passage fare 1860 1893 1913 1930 HC 1 to HC 4 Receipts for board 1856 1928 HA 1 to HA 4 Accident and insurance reports Accident reports give occupation wage number of years employed and marital status 1897 1901 HL 1 to HL 9 Employee relations materials including labor organization Wages Union letters tenements ages of employees safety committee accident reports mainly twentieth century materials MP 5 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N B Gordon Collection Hamilton Manufacturing Company Collection Hamilton

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001956070.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Faulkner & Colony Manufacturing Company Collection
    and board 1847 1949 EC 1 3 Time books 1836 1889 ED 1 5 Company Patronage Employee accounts 1835 1873 BB 1 4 Supplementary employees account ledgers 1844 1870 BC 1 4 Supplies for employees 1872 1873 BD 1 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955809.html (2016-02-18)
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  • N. B. Gordon Collection
    factory floor from a management point of view documents when weavers were sick gave notice were late mentions problems 1828 1833 volumes 4 6 Salisbury Manufacturing Company Methuen 1833 1846 volume 9 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N B Gordon Collection Hamilton

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  • Hamilton Manufacturing Company Collection
    The registers include start dates and end dates for all of the employees their names hometowns occupations and reasons for leaving Some women left to marry to attend school to care for a sick family member or because they became sick themselves Others left on unpleasant terms often for lying or stealing but sometimes because they did not do good work were dissatisfied with their wages or tried to live in housing other than that provided by the corporation Wage and time accounting Payrolls 1826 1876 give dates of employ and room The volumes for the 1820s describe the reason for leaving After 1830 the payrolls contain no anecdotal information kept in the registers after that date volumes 250 480 Time books 1867 1897 give rooms numbers of days worked and amount paid to each employee volumes 216 249 Company reports and registers office records Registers and alphabet books 1825 1876 with name town of origin wages boarding house start date termination date reason for leaving volumes 481 505 Company Patronage Rent and board rolls 1830 1904 volumes 506 511 Accident and insurance reports Volumes 112 and 113 1888 1896 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston

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  • Hamilton Woolen Company Collection
    cross section of women s economic roles in the waning days of the New England textile industry By the early twentieth century women are present in all layers of the company records Women comprise more than a third of the stockholders and have entered the factory s administrative offices in clerical jobs By far the greatest number of women associated with Hamilton however are the factory workers who comprised the majority of its 1100 employees In 1934 the company was hit with a general strike with demands of higher wages a smaller machine load equal distribution of work and a union shop Company records and newspaper clippings in the collection make it clear that women were active in all aspects of the strike The strike was led by Miss Janviers Jean Gauthier President of United Textile Workers of America Local 2324 who had formulated the demands Several non union women workers complained of violence and intimidation which resulted in arrests of women union members Miss Anna Weinstock a representative of the National Textile Relations Board unsuccessfully attempted to mediate between the parties When the company closed rather than accept a union shop it gave as its reason the alleged violence of union workers Wage and time accounting Payrolls time book and production records Volumes KA 1 1825 1830 KB 1 1928 KC1 2 1861 1879 KD 1 1924 1929 KE1 1927 LA 1 1823 1838 Employee relations materials including labor organization Memoranda and clippings on strike Box PC 3 1934 Family and financial records Stock Ledgers volumes AE 1 3 1845 1911 Stockholder Lists Volume AF1 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955811.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Haskell Silk Company Collection
    Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N B Gordon Collection Hamilton Manufacturing Company Collection Hamilton Woolen Company Collection Haskell Silk Company Collection Hillsboro Woolen Mill Company Collection Ipswich Mills Collection Lancaster Mills Collection Lawrence Manufacturing Company Collection Robert G Layer Collection Lyman Mills Collection Nashua

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955812.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Hillsboro Woolen Mill Company Collection
    per weaver under the full name A volume A 2 1885 to 1929 recording the sale of shares of stock which also contains some shares includes women investors Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N B Gordon Collection Hamilton Manufacturing Company Collection Hamilton

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001956084.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Ipswich Mills Collection
    the workers However the collection does contain information on employee relations with women workers A 1923 company appeal to promote its hosiery netted almost one hundred handwritten letters from employees many of them women Most but not all were positive A company nurse responded that her friends complained that Ipswich hosiery does not keep its shape after washing It netted an enraged memo from the company treasurer Russell Leonard who responded with a memo to his secretary I wish you would try to determine whether she is doing the boosting work that she should A nurse with us ought to be a pusher and I have always had a feeling that Miss M is not entirely with us After some period of investigation should like your frank opinion Incidentally find out if she wears Ipswich In 1925 the nurse was still working for Ipswich Prev Allen Lane Company Collection Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Collection Boston Manufacturing Company Collection Chace Luther and Company Collection Cordiss Mills Collection Dover Cocheco Collection Dwight Manufacturing Company Collection Faulkner Colony Manufacturing Company Collection N B Gordon Collection Hamilton Manufacturing Company Collection Hamilton Woolen Company Collection Haskell Silk Company Collection Hillsboro Woolen Mill Company Collection Ipswich Mills

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955813.html (2016-02-18)
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