Excerpt from Year Book of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers With Cotton Manufacturers Manual, 1925
The familiar features which have made such an appeal to our members have been maintained, but we have not been unmindful of the requirements of the larger circulation which this publication has in all parts of the world.
Our foreign correspondents have greatly aided us, and our own Department of Commerce, especially through its textile division of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, has met our every requirement. The co-operation which we have everywhere received has enabled us to make further advance toward the attainment Of our ideal.
The Statistical and Technical Committees of our Association have been Of great assistance, thus bringing before the editor more completely than in earlier editions the requirements of practical mill men. The extra pages, therefore, are in response to a growing need for information. The end is not in sight.
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