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Title
Hand needle-work
Name/Creator
A. Nash Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, subject
VIA ID
Digital Object
Hand needle-work
Location
Baker Library, Harvard Business School, Historical Collections; Mss: 1412 :451 N248
Creation Date
ca. 1935
Description
20 x 25 cm.
Form/Genre
still image

photographs
Access/Rights
Baker Library, Harvard Business School, Historical Collections: These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the Historical Collections Department, Baker Library, Harvard Business School. Appointment necessary to consult collection.
Materials Type
gelatin silver process
Subject
women ;  workers ;  clothing industry ;  sewers (textile workers)

Note
One of a series of 18 photographs depicting the activities of the A. Nash Company.

Provenance: Received on April 30, 1935 from the A. Nash Company.

Inscription: On verso of image: "Another of the many fine tailoring refinements found in Nash clothes is the expert hand-needle work employed in the felling of the shoulders and sleeve linings. There are thousands of 'hidden value' hand stitches used on the inner construction of every Nash suit."
Related Item
part of  Industrial Life Photograph Collection