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  • Plympton Cotton Manufacturing Company Collection
    running accounts with the store and that they often paid by work 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 Collection Lancaster

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955844.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Pontoosuc Woolen Manufacturing Company Collection
    company in 1924 A continuous series of employee accounts from 1887 to 1924 indicates that at least half of the factory workers were women The account books identified variously as time books and payrolls in the finding aid include name time and production records wages and deductions for rent and board The earliest volumes in the series do not include job titles but later volumes give precise pictures of who did what in each room of the factory For instance Volume 45 states that in March 1921 the overseer weavers dressers and yarn carrier in the designing room were all men but all the drawers in were women 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 Collection Lancaster Mills Collection Lawrence Manufacturing Company Collection Robert G Layer Collection Lyman Mills Collection Nashua Manufacturing Company Collection Parkhill Manufacturing Company Collection Peace Dale Manufacturing Company Collection Pepperell Manufacturing Company Collection Plympton Cotton Manufacturing Company

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955847.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Roxbury Carpet Company Collection
    all of the factories were women Payroll records show that most mill departments were segregated by gender For instance in the New England Worsted Mill in 1841 to 1843 all the workers in the wool room knitting room and weaving room were women except for one man in each room presumably the foreman In the spinning and fulling rooms all the workers were men Payroll books for all the mills include signed wage receipts Wage and time accounting Payrolls and time books FA 1 6 1907 1916 Payrolls New England Worsted Company FB 1 13 1837 1860 Saxonville Mills FB14 52 1860 1916 New England Worsted Company Norfolk Mill FD1 7 1866 1916 Roxbury Carpet Company FC 1 2 1856 1861 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 Collection Lancaster Mills Collection Lawrence Manufacturing Company Collection Robert G Layer Collection Lyman Mills Collection Nashua Manufacturing Company Collection Parkhill Manufacturing Company Collection

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955848.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Sawyer Woolen Mills Collection
    more women had been hired with sixty women working in the finishing room and smaller numbers of women working alongside men in the carding combing weaving and spinning rooms The wool room and dye house continued to employ only men 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

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955849.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Slater Companies Collection
    the family based labor system The collection provides some insight as well into the family that owned the mills in the form of estate records of various members of the Slater family The collection includes an inventory of the personal estate of Elizabeth Slater d prior to 1875 widow of Horatio N Slater which shows such items as Dutchess Lace and an Ermine Muff Wage and time accounting Webster Woolen Mill Weavers books by name including detailed accounts on amounts and kind of cloth produced 1865 1867 volumes 45 53 55 receipts for wages 1837 1851 volumes 72 74 Slater Woolen Company Weavers books by name 1876 1881 volumes 54 55 timetable and payrolls 1867 1874 1876 1880 volumes 124 31 Slater Tiffany Production and labor some include family accounts 1812 1836 volumes 73 101 Phoenix Thread Mill Wage receipts 1828 1850 volumes 31 33 box 37 Union Mills Production with names 1937 1844 and 1852 1857 volumes 79 80 82 labor on North Farm 1843 1846 volume 103 settlement labor 1846 volume 112 time books and wage receipts 1836 1868 volumes 144 176 payrolls 1848 1863 boxes 192 194 Sutton Manufacturing Company Weaving books 1839 1840 1949 1867 volumes 37 and 39 payrolls and time books 1842 1840 1848 1851 1869 volumes 29 41 44 Steam Cotton Manufacturing Company Weaving book with black marks against weavers 1829 1834 volume 10 time books 1828 1836 volumes 16 18 Slater Wardwell and Company store Wage receipts 1824 1831 volume 11 S J Slater Weavers book with names 1837 1841 volume 14 John and William Slater Payrolls 1856 1958 1867 1869 volumes 2 and 3 W S Slater Payrolls 1976 1878 volumes 2 and 3 J W Slater Payroll 1887 1888 volume 8 S Slater Sons Inc Payroll 1913 1926 volume 2

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955851.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Suncook Mills Collection
    of employees who had worked at Suncook for 25 years or more About half of these veterans were women A letter addressing grievances from Suncook s Treasurer J Linzer Weld to Horace A Riviere of the Textile Workers Union of America dated August 1 1941 sheds interesting light on the historical development of the gender designation of specific jobs and compensation rates in the textile industry Mr Giroux was formerly a hand twister who was making only a few dollars a week Nearly two years ago his overseer made a deal with him to go on steady work at a room girl s pay and to help out in several jobs at this pay When a rigger has been out and he has taken over the whole job he has got rigger s pay but when he has only helped a rigger catch up he has got room girl pay and when he has gone on as a battery hand or helps sweep he still gets room girl pay Wage and time accounting Payrolls by rooms with name wage rate deducted rent and address China Mills 1883 84 volume 112 Pembroke Mills 1864 68 and 1900 1904 volumes 121 122 Webster Mills 1883 86 volume 130 Payroll Suncook Mills second hands and clerks 1933 1941 volume 104 carton 15 Company Patronage Tenement Records 1925 1938 volumes 79 80 Company reports and registers office records Notices of lay off 1951 53 predominantly women carton 10 Accident and insurance reports Accident reports 1930 1935 1941 cartons 9 and 10 Employee relations materials including labor organization Labor materials includes wage schedules for plant and office personnel wage cards office personnel 1943 and union materials cartons 8 and 9 Family and financial records Stockholder Ledger 1932 37 carton 4 Prev Allen Lane Company Collection

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955852.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Windham Manufacturing Company Collection
    both men and women workers and the amounts they were paid 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 Collection Lancaster Mills

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001955855.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Worcester Cotton Manufactory Collection
    women as spinners The volume records the wages of the employees and the cost of boarding them in the town 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

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/wes/collections/labor/textiles/content/1001954067.html (2016-02-18)
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