Bibliography for 2010 Genteel Arts Conference

 Aiken, Charlotte Rankin, Millinery. New York: Ronald, 1922.

Arthurs Home Magazine, 1860

Bailey, J. R. “The Struggle for Survival in the Coventry Ribbon and Watch Trades, 1865 – 1914.” Stanford:

Beckmann, Johann. A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins. Trans. William Johnston. London: Bohn, 1846.

Boyd, Andrew. Boyd’s New York State Business Directory and Gazetteer. Syracuse: 1870.

Brockett, L. P. Md.. The Silk Industry in America; A History: Prepared for the Centennial Exposition. New York: Nesbitt, 1876.

Brockett, L. P., A History: Prepared for the Centennial Exposition. New York: Nesbitt, 1876.

Brockett, L. P., The Silk Industry in America – A History Prepared for the Centennial Exposition. New York: Nesbitt, 1876.

Census for the State of New York, for 1855. New York, 1856.

Chittick, James, Silk Manufacturing and Its Problems.  New York: Chittick, 1913.

Cole, George,  A Complete Dictionary of Dry Goods, and History of Silk, Cotton, Linen, Wool and other Fibrous Substances. Chicago: Conkey, 1892.

Cowdin, Elliot C. Report to the Department of State on Silk and Silk Manufactures. Washington: 1868.

Cowdin, Elliot C. Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1867. Report on Silk and Silk Manufactures. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1868.

Cowdin, Elliot. Paris Universal Exposition, 1867. Reports of the United States Commissioners; Report on Silk and Silk Manufacture. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1868.

Cowdin, Elliot. Report to the Department of State on Silk and Silk Manufactures. Washington, D.C.: 1868.

Davidson, Mary M. Silk: Its History and Manufacture. Junction City, Kansas: Wadleigh, 1885.

Davidson, Mary M.,  Silk: Its History and Manufacture, From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time. Junction City, Kansas: Wadleigh, 1885.

Fourth Annual Report of The Silk Association of America. New York: Nesbitt, 1876.

Freedley, Edwin Troxell. Philadelphia and its Manufactures. 1857.

Freedley, Edwin, T., Philadelphia and its Manufactures: A Hand-Book. Philadelphi: Young, 1858.

Garbutt Store Ledgers.1850-1870. Wheatland Reading Room.

Gazetteer and Biographical Record of Genesee County, N.Y., 1788-1890 By Frederick W. Beers, Published by J.W. Vose & Co., 1890

Gazetteer and Business Directory of Monroe County, N. Y. for 1869- 70.

Gazetteer and Business Directory of Ontario County, N.Y. Syracuse: Hamilton Child, 1867.

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Knight, Charles, Knowledge is Power: A View of the Productive Forces of Modern Society. Boston: Gould & Lincoln, 1856.

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Lilly, A. T., The Silk Industry of The United States: From 1766 to 1874.  New York: Jenkins & Thomas, 1882.

New gazetteer and business directory, for Livingston county, N.Y., for 1868 G. Emmet Stetson Geneva, N.Y.: R.L. Adams & son, printers 1868.

 

Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations, 1851 Great Britain

Otis, Belle, The Diary of a Milliner. New York: Hurd & Houghton. 1867.

Patents for Inventions. Abridgements of Specifications Relating to Wearing Apparel, Division 1, Head Coverings, A.D. 1637-1866. London: Office of the Commissioners of Patents for Inventions, 1874.

Penny, Virginia. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman’s Work.

Perry, Lorind PhD. Millinery as a Trade for Women. Women’s Educational and Industrial Union. Longmans, Green and Company: Boston, 1916.

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Ripley, George and Charles A. Dana, eds. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge. Voumel XIV. New York: Appleton, 1862.

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The Anglo-American Magazine. Toronto: Maclear, 1854

The Draper and Clothier: A Book of General Information for All Traders in and Purchasers of Textile Fabrics, Vol II. LondonL: Houlston and Wright, 1861.

The Ladies’ Companion and Monthly Magazine.  London: Rogerson & Tuxford, 1855-1865.

The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. London: Knight, 1841.

The Silk Industry in America

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“The Silk Manufacture of the United States” Manufacturer and Builder. March 1, 1870.

The Southern Business Directory. Charleston: Walker & James, 1854.

The United States Magazine. New York: Emerson, 1857. 

The Useful Arts Employed in the Production of Clothing. London: Parker, 1851.

The Useful Arts Employed in the Production of Clothing. London: Parker, 1851.

The What-Not; or Ladies’ Handy-Book. London: Kent, 1863.

Thompson, Eliza B., Silk. New York: Ronald, 1922.

Thompson, Eliza B.. Silk. Ronald Press Company: New York, 1922.

Thornwell, Emily. The Lady’s Guide to Perfect Gentility. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856.

Townsend, Virginia and T.S. Arthur, eds., The Lady’s Home Magazine. Philadelpia: Arthur, 1858-1860.

Van Kleeck, Mary, A Seasonal Industry: A Study of the Millinery Trade in New York. New York: Russell Sage, MCMXVII 1917.

Van Kleeck, Mary. A Seasonal Industry: A Study of the Millinery Trade in New York. Russell Sage Foundation: New York, 1917.

Wheatland Store Ledgers. 1850-1870. Wheatland reading room.

Wyatt, M. Digby. The Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century: A Series of Illustrations of the Choicest Specimens Produced by Every Nation, at the Great Exhibition of Works of Industry, 1851. London: Day, 1853. (NYPL)

Wychoff, William, Eighth Annual Report of the Silk Association of America. New York: 1880.

Wychoff, William, Silk Goods Directory. New York: 1880.

Wychoff, William, Silk Goods Directory. New York: 1887.

Wychoff, William, Silk Manufacture in the United States.  New York: 1883.

Wychoff, William, The Silk Goods of America: A Brief Account of the Recent Improvements and Advances of Silk Manufacture in the United States. New York: 1880.

Wyckoff, William C. American Silk Manufacture. New York & Trenton, NJ: Murphy Pub. Co1883.

Wyckoff, William C. American Silk Manufacture. New York & Trenton, NJ: Murphy Pub. Co1887.

Wyckoff, William, American Silk Manufacture. New York: 1887.

 

Image Collections Consulted/Reviewed

 


Museum Collections

Big Springs Museum

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Bowes Museum

Genesee Country Village & Museum

Kent State

Manchester Galleries

Metropolitan Museum of Art

San Francisco FAM

Tate Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

 


Private Collections

Pam Robles

Elizabeth Topping

K Krewer

Jeannie Rucker  &Heather King

Vivian Murphy

Timely Tresses

Amy McKinney

Bath Antiques

Anna Allen – The Graceful Lady

Karen Augusta

Kay Gnagey

Terri Conley


 

 

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