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Object ID 002835

Object Name What Every Milliner Ought to Know

Object Desc Booklet titled "What Every Milliner Ought to Know" published for the Benefit of the Retail Millinery Trade by John Heathcoat & Company.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY002485

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General Category Printed Material

Category Books

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Accession Date JUL 10,2014

Credit/Acknowledgement Tim Kroening

Location Room 1, Shelf 18

Object Date 1914

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords hats,millinery,books,


Title What Every Milliner Ought to Know

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Description / Abstract Booklet titled "What Every Milliner Ought to Know" published for the Benefit of the Retail Millinery Trade by John Heathcoat & Company, makers of Pure Silk Maline and Nets, 73 Fifth Avenue, New York. Compliments of Blumenfield, Lochner Company, the Progressive Millinery House of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wis. Contains information on how to make and repair hats, as well as information on running a millinery store. Original price 50 cents. Contains an advertisement referring to the Spring of 1914.

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Publisher John Heathcoat and Co.

Publisher Details John Heathcoat (7 August 1783 18 January 1861) was an English inventor from Duffield in Derbyshire. During his apprenticeship he made an improvement to the warp-loom, so as to produce mitts of a lace-like appearance. He set up his own business in Nottingham but was forced to move away to Hathern in Leicestershire, and after this new factory was attacked by former Luddites in 1816 he moved the business to Tiverton in Devon where it became most successful and established the Tiverton lace-making industry. Later in life he served as Member of Parliament for Tiverton.

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Date AUG 13,2014

Summary Fair

Assessor Kayla Sutherland

Notes Cover is torn, creased, and stained. Staples are rusted.


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