MSS 00391 Guide to the Etude des Files, Notebook by Arthur Wullschleger

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Wullschleger, Arthur, 1898-1902


0.12 Linear feet

General Physical Description

2 folders


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Acquisition Information

Transferred from the North Carolina State University, Burlington Textiles Library (Accession 2012.0268).


Processed by Cathy Dorin-Black 2012 November; Finding aid written by Cathy Dorin-Black, 2012 November

Scope and Content Note

Etude des Files is a bound manuscript volume containing handwritten notes in French about thread, with samples of thread and notes related to each sample. The largest part of the book is about silk but there are also pages on cottons, flax, hemp, ramie, jute, wools, and other threads. At head of title is written "Cours de tissage." A bookplate on the inside front cover says that this book was given to Wullschleger by "Th. Bon, professeur de Théorie de Tissage, Ecole industrielle de Courconig[?]"

Biographical Note

Arthur Wullschleger studied weaving in Lyon, France, in 1899-1900. He may have been from d'Aarbourg, Switzerland.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Etude des Files, Notebook by Arthur Wullschleger, MSS 00391, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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