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[Study for bank-note vignette: textile industry]

[R. McGill, full-length portrait, seated in chair, facing front, with textile screen in background]

Designs now on textile fabrics

[Textile design with flower motif]

[Textile design with bird and flower motif]

[Interior of Gallery of Machines, showing textile machinery, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Cotton textile mill interior, probably in Tashkent]

[Cotton textile mill interior with machines producing cotton thread, probably in Tashkent]

[Cotton textile mill interior with machines producing cotton thread, probably in Tashkent]

[Cotton textile mill interior, probably in Tashkent]

[Cotton textile mill interior, probably in Tashkent]

[Cotton textile mill interior with machines producing cotton thread, probably in Tashkent]

Detail of a patterned textile

Patterned textile hanging on a wall

Southwick Hall, textile school, Lowell, Mass.

John Golden, President of the Textile Workers, Woodward, Mass. / Woodward

Textile Machine Works, Reading, Pa.

Textile factory with two women at machines

[Women performing textile work]

WILSON, WOODROW TEXTILE

Spinning cotton yarn in the Great Textile Mills, Lawrence, Mass.

[Boy holding broom near textile machinery] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / Lewis W. Hine.

Rose Winslow of New York; daughter of Polish miner and steel worker in Pennsylvania. She worked in textile mills from the age of eleven to nineteen, until tuberculosis forced her to cease work altogether for two years. She has done factory inspection and trade union organization for women in the Consumers' League and Women's Trade Union League. Spent last three years, when able to work, campaigning for women suffrage. Took part in anti-Democratic campaign of California with Lucy Burns. Spokeswoman in working women's deputation to President Wilson, February, 1914.

[Working Boys' Glee Club and Minstrel Group - King Philip Settlement - Walter Miller, 16 years, 812 Charles, works for father, a Painter; belongs to Junior Ball Team and Glee Club. James Conlon, 15 years, 679 Charles, Textile Tube Works - Tube Cutter. Harold Newman, 15 years, 910 Dwelly. Weaver at Osborn Mill.] Location: Fall River, Massachusetts. / [Lewis W. Hine]

Washington School for Secretaries. Group of women in front of seal textile at Washington School for Secretaries I

Washington School for Secretaries. Group of women in front of seal textile at Washington School for Secretaries II

Members of the Textile Manufacturers Association present scarfs to Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge

[Design for a textile, wallpaper, or table top with horse motif]

[Design for a textile or wallpaper with floral motif]

Textile manufactuers present scarfs to Mrs. Coolidge

[Design for a textile, wallpaper, or table top with chicken motif]

[Design for a textile or wallpaper with bird and tulip motif]

[Four adults and six children, from Passaic, N.J., picket the White House following President Coolidge's refusal to listen to their complaints about wage cuts in the textile industry]

And now we have the "wool meter." Speaking of taxi-meters, yardsticks, and other measuring devices, the "wool meter" has been introduced by the Bureau of Standards. Described by the forbidding name "eriometer," this new instrument is intended to measure the diameter of wool fibers and thus indicate the relative qualities of the fleece entering into our wool clothes. H.J. McNicholas of the Textile Section is shown with his invention, which employs the principle of diffraction of light

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. A section of the premises from the water supply castle

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Closer view of factory

[Schoolgirls walking along street in front of Straubenmuller Textile High School, New York, New York]

Frank Gorman, Pres. of United Textile Workers and Chester M. Wright, owner of Textile Labor [...] Pres. agent for [...]

[Group with United Textile Workers of America truck in front of Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

Textile workers take grievance to DJ's. A committee from the United Textile Workers of America go to Attorney General Homer S. Cummings with a protest against mills refusing to abide by decisions of the Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, standing: Wm. F. Kelly, 2nd Vice President; Chester N. Wright, Public Relations; Joseph R. White, President; Horace A. Riviere, 4th vice president, and James Starr, Sec-Treas. Seated, from the left, Attorney General Cummings, and Thomas F. McMahon, President of the textile organization, 1/24/35

Tashkent, USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). Uzbek girl weaver of "Stalin" textile conbinate

Protests textile rebels. The Emergency Committee of the United Textile Workers of American meet and file protest against textile mills refusing to obey rulings of National Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, seated: Francis J. Gorman, first Vice Pres.; Thos F. McMahon, National Pres.; James Starr, Sec-Treas.; and John A. Peel, 3rd V.P. standing, Horace A. Riviere, 4th Vice Pres.; William F. Kelly, 2nd Vice Pres.; and Joseph R. White, 5th V.P.

Woman worker in a textile plant in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

[Man with United Textile Workers of America truck near Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

[Group with United Textile Workers of America truck in front of Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

Dusia Vinogradova, a Stakhanovite who is an outstanding textile worker in the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)

Textile factory built by Work Projects Administration (WPA) and leased to private industry to bring payroll to Brookhaven, Mississippi

New Public Contracts Board, Washington, D.C. Oct. 6. Members of the new public contracts board of the Department of Labor met today for the first time shortly after they were appointed by the Secretary Perkins. Hearings will be held immediately by the Board to make findings upon questions arrising under the Walsh-Healey law which went into effect last week and requires that manufacturers and dealers who make future contracts in excess of $10,000 with the Government shall comply with certain minimum wage, maximum hour and other labor conditions in the performance of the contract. In the photograph, left to right; Telfair Knight, Counsel for the Textile Labor Relations Division, Frank Healey of the office of the Solicitor of the Labor Department; and Hugh L.Kerwin, Director of Conciliation, Textile Labor Relations Division

White sharecropper family, formerly mill workers in the Gastonia textile mills. When the mills closed down seven years ago, they came to this farm near Hartwell, Georgia

Textile mill. Winooski, Vermont

F.J. Gaman [?] Pres. United Textile Workers Union, & John L. Lewis, Pres. U.M.W. Chairman of C.I.O.

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Closer view of factory

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co., Ltd. The furnace heated with crude oil

Textile mills, Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Second process in the spinning of the yarn

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Factory girls leaving for lunch

[Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kafar-Ata.The "Ata" Textile Co. The wadding plant]

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Finishing socks & stockings, closer up

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co., Ltd. Bleaching of medicinal cotton

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Sock & stocking knitting dept.

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Disintigration of cotton bales

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. The Wadding plant, close up of machines

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co., Ltd. The water purifier

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. First process in the spinning of the yarn

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Preparing for electrical machine ironing

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Photographer & assistants coming down from the water supply castle

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Fourth process in the spinning of the yarn

Early knitting machine brought out to show stocking manufacture in 1840. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Robert Lawson, lecturing today at the Commerce Department, demonstrated the basic model for making stockings for milady in 1840. The model has been enlarged and improved upon, but is fundamentally the same machine. His lecture upon the art of knitting was made through the cooperation of the Textile Division of the Patent Office, 2-9-39

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co. Ltd. The automatic dyeing department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Fourth process in the spinning of the yarn

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. The Dyeing Department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Appproach to the factory

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co., Ltd. The automatic stretching machine

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kafar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Gluing the warp

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co. Ltd. The finishing department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Third process in the spinning of the yarn

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Doubling of primary yarn, close up (first process)

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Stocking "cotton" room

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Warping machine, close up

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Electrical machine ironing

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Preparing the warp

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Entrance to factory offices

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Ramath Gan. The Argaman Textile Dyeing & Finishing Co. Ltd. The finishing department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Third process in the spinning of the yarn

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Samples of a mercerised cloth

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Electrical ironing in stocking factory

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy)

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. The Weaving Department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Electrical ironing in stocking factory

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kafar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. The wadding plant

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Stocking "cotton" room

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Gluing the warp

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Finishing socks & stockings

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre. Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Section in the main house showing cloth in various states of finishing

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. The Lodzia Textile Co. in Holon settlement (meaning sandy). Knitted underwear department

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Near Acre, Kfar-Ata. The "Ata" Textile Co. Doubling of primary yarn (first process)

Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kafar-Ata.The "Ata" Textile Co. The wadding plant

[Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Acre. Kafar-Ata.The "Ata" Textile Co. The wadding plant]

Francis E. Simmons, Chief, Textile Research Section, Bureau of Research and Statistics, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Textile mills. New Braunfels, Texas

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