• Creator
  • Johnson & Dyer
  • Created Date
  • 1876
  • Description
  • The City of Holyoke: Its Water Power and Its Industries. Springfield, Mass.: Clark W. Bryan Merrick Thread Company (3 and 6 cord spool cottons...12,000 spindles); Lyman Mills (shirtings, sheetings, and lawns...75,000 spindles); Hampshire Paper Company (white and tinted Bristol boards...3 tons per day); and Holyoke Paper Company (fine writing papers...7 tons per day). Pages 8-9: Map of city of Holyoke, Mass., 1876, engraved by N. Bradley Willia... more
    The City of Holyoke: Its Water Power and Its Industries. Springfield, Mass.: Clark W. Bryan Merrick Thread Company (3 and 6 cord spool cottons...12,000 spindles); Lyman Mills (shirtings, sheetings, and lawns...75,000 spindles); Hampshire Paper Company (white and tinted Bristol boards...3 tons per day); and Holyoke Paper Company (fine writing papers...7 tons per day). Pages 8-9: Map of city of Holyoke, Mass., 1876, engraved by N. Bradley William Skinner (sewing and machine twist, organzines, silk and mohair braids, and silk serges); Carew Manufacturing Company (fine writing papers...1 1/2 tons per day); Hadley Falls Paper Company (manila and bag papers...2 tons per day); Glasgow Company (manufacturers of ginghams); and Hampden Mills. 86 x 57 cm. (OCLC) See 0000.1709.86.1 for complete pamphlet. Multiple copies; See 0000.1709.86.2-6 for individual copies of pages 3-14. Courtesy of American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA. less
  • Format
  • Prints
    Engravings
  • Rights
  • Rights status not evaluated; contact American Textile History Museum for further information. Contact host institution for more information.