Fibre & Fabric; A Record of American Textile Industries in the Cotton and Woolen Trade Volume 33

Fibre & Fabric; A Record of American Textile Industries in the Cotton and Woolen Trade Volume 33

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ... fulfillment of all contracts and their payment at maturity. For references regarding us you may apply to the National Bank of India, Ltd., London. We hope that these few lines would make us engaged with each other, and will lead to the establishment of a pleasant and remunerative business between us. Awaiting your favorable reply at an early date. Yours faithfully, Murlidhar Kanshi Ram & Co., Amritsar, India." Newburgh, N.Y.--The Crawshaw Carpet Co. is running on carpets and rugs. They have four sets of cards and 50 looms. H. B. ."iiii.nul is agent; Samuel Crawshaw, supt., and J. Chadwick, Jr., asst supt.; Charles Stubley has charge of card ing and spinning; George Crawshaw, of weaving; Mark Crawshaw, of dyeing, and John Lupton, of finishing.--A Reader. The graduating exercises of the Lowell, Mass., Textile School were held June 6,1901. Music was furnished by Hibbard's Orchestra. The first thesis was presented by N. T. Ewer, entitled: " A Study of the Production of Turkey Red." Another thesis followed by W. N. Marine!, on the subject of " Variation of Fly Frame Tension due to the Radial Link Action." An address was then given by J. W. C. Pickering; next a thesis by J. A. Currier, "A New Device for Actuating an Oscillating Reed "; thesis by P. T. Wise, " Effect of Ratch on Breaking Strength of Single zS's Worsted Yarn "; address, " Science in Every. Day Life," by Wm. W. Crosby, principal; presentation of medal from New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association, to B. M. Parker, by George Otis Draper; presentation of diplomas by A. G. Cumnock, president. The names of other graduates and titles of other theses besides those already mentioned are: Donald C. Buchan, II., Andover, ...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236942094
  • 9781236942098