Contains materials relating to the production and sale of hosiery in the United States and abroad. Includes posters, advertising cards, import/export documents, correspondence, invoices, receipts, advertisements, books and articles from manufacturers, dealers and importers of hosiery. Images of men and women are present, as well as images of stores and products. The bulk of the material dates from the late 19th century.
Hosiery series, Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, box ##, folder ###, digital file number ####
Depicted in white on a black background, the design has the appearance of an illuminated object, perhaps intended for display in the client's offices or retail establishment, and for adaptation to printed matter. Within a circle formed by four thick, equal bands broken by four circles at the top, bottom and sides, the company logo, Nolde and Horst Fine Hosiery, comprised of two semi-circles, is imprinted in capitals in a stencil-styled type. In the center, an abstract symbol formed by an unbroken, curved line, completes the design.
Hosiery manufacturer in Gastonia, North Carolina, started in 1938. History of company by Mr. Sumner and notes from an interview with Mr. Sumner by Craig Orr in Archives Center control files.
Archival records from the Sumner Hosiery Mill, including two documents relating to the construction of the hosiery; a booklet of product samples entitled "Sumner See-Shells Fall and Winter Shades", 1952; a scrapbook containing articles, packaging, photographs of the product, and of models wearing it; and numerous advertisements for the hosiery and for stores selling it.
Sumner Hosiery Mill Records, 1946-1957, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
The American directory of the hosiery and knit goods manufacturers of the United States and Canada : with maps showing the location of mill towns together with lists of ... and wholesalers of knit goods / compiled by the Textile world journal
American directory of the knitting trade in the United States and Canada
"Visions of romance: works from the Kelly collection of American illustration," Asheville, N.C.: Walker Arts Center, 2000, no. 2.
A woman wearing a bright yellow sleeve-less dress is seated on a carved stool and holding a bouquet in her left arm and looking at a card which she holds is her right hand. A woman wearing a black dress stands to the right and holds a pink box.
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums
This Little Maid Buys Her Hosiery at Mabley & Company's Bazaar [trade card]
Mabley & Co
Ink on paper
Caucasian woman, brown hair, back to viewer facing right, wearing yellow kimono, purple sash, holding dark purple fan in right hand. This image also used by: H. Alexander (Boots), Bell's Buffalo Soap, George R. Lyon (Druggist), Holbrook & Taylor (Boots), and Adam & Westlake Manufacturing Co (Stoves).
Full fashioned hosiery mill management : a book written as a guide for the owners, managers, superintendents and other supervisors in full fashioned hosiery mills, covering all phases of manufacturing and management / by Milton M. Abrams