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Folklorist David Taylor looking over pattern books and materials at Technocraft, a pattern-making shop in  Bloomfield, New Jersey.  He is accompanied by Sherman  McGovern, one of the patternmakers in the shop.

Folklorist David Taylor looking over pattern books and materials at Technocraft, a pattern-making shop in Bloomfield, New Jersey. He is accompanied by Sherman McGovern, one of the patternmakers in the shop.

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Forms part of a group of images documenting scenes at Technocraft, a pattern-making firm in Bloomfield, NJ, August 11, 1994.

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Date

01/01/1994
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Contributors

Taylor, David Alan, 1951- (Collaborator)
Taylor, David Alan, 1951- (Depicted)
McGovern, Sherman (Depicted)
McCarl, Robert (Photographer)
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Bloomfield (N.J.)40.80667, -74.18556
Google Map of 40.806666666666665, -74.18555555555555
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