5 collections related to Carding

Pomeroy, James V.
Size: 0.75 linear feet (1 box, 1 half box) Collection ID: MC 00662
This collection contains notebooks created by James V. Pomeroy. Included are pattern samples, textile samples, and instructional illustrations from Pomeroy's time at the Philadelphia Textile School. The Philadelphia Textile School was established in 1884. While the materials span the time period 1898 - 1901, most documents date from ... More
Size: 0.03 linear feet (3 folders) Collection ID: MSS 00016
The collection consists of notebooks and textbooks of Morrison's when he was a student in the North Carolina State College School of Textiles, 1921-1924. All three notebooks are entirely handwritten, approximately 30 pages each, covering textiles design and manufacturing, and carding and spinning topics. John Rea "Governor" Morrison, ... More
Size: 4.75 linear feet (9 archvial boxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 130.200
Collection contains publications generated by the College of Textiles and its various departments. Materials range in date from 1941 to 2012. The North Carolina State University College of Textiles is the largest of its kind in the United States, offering one of only two accredited Textile Engineering programs in the country. The COT ... More
Size: 0.05 linear feet (1 folder) Collection ID: MSS 00426
This collection contains printed textile mill maintenance and inspection notes from the Textile Development Company. These notes include maintenance and inspection procedures for machinery in card rooms, spinning rooms, and weaving rooms. Also included in this collection is a handwritten 4 month plan for inspections and employee ... More
Taylor, Walter Clyburn, 1889-
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 half-box) Collection ID: MC 00108
The Walter Clyburn Taylor Papers consists of papers relating to textiles and their manufacture. These papers represent Taylor’s work for both his sophomore course on carding and spinning and for courses taken during his junior year at the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State University). ... More