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Textile History

Westbury. Pasold Research Fund, London School of Economics and Political Sciences
ISSN: 0040-4969
Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia; Riv. str. 0668
Consistenza: a. 22, 1991, 1-
Lacune: a. 30, 1999, 2
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copertina della rivista

a. 31, 2000, 2

Harald Deceulaer, Entrepreneurs in the Guilds: Ready-to-wear clothing and subcontracting in late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century Antwerp, p. 133
Paul H Rem, Restoration of the State Bed acquired by Het Loo Palace, p. 150
Winifred Aldrich, Taylors’ cutting manuals and the Growing Provision of Popular Clothing 1770-1870, p. 163
Andy Bielenberg, British competition and the vicissitudes of the Irish wollen industry: 1785-1923, p. 202
Ian Mortimer, Joseph Melling, British government policies for the regulation of Anthrax infection and the wool textiles industries 1880-1939, p. 222

Book reviews, p. 237
Pasold research fund, p. 244

a. 31, 2000, 1

David Brown, “Persons of infamous character”: the textile pedlars and the role of peddling in industrialization, p. 1
Richard M. Candee, British framework knitters in New England: technology transfer and machine knitting in America 1820-1900, p. 27
David M. Higgins, Competition, conflict and compromise: the lancashire weaving industry during the inter-war years, p. 54
Sue Bowden, Paul Turner, Real wage rigidities and the bargaining process: cotton spinning in the inter-war years, p. 77
J. I. Greaves, “Visible Hands “and the rationalization of the British cotton industry 1925-1932, p. 102

Book reviews, p. 123
Pasold research fund, p. 129

copertina della rivista

a. 30, 1999, 1

Contributors, p. 3

Steven Cohen, The earliest indian textile?, p. 5
Erna Wandl, Painted textiles in a Buddhist temple, p. 16
Deborah Swallow, The India museum and the British-Indian textile trade in the late nineteenth century, p. 29
Marie-Louise Nabholz-Kartaschoff, The same – Yet not the same. Similarities and differences in some textile techniques and textile products from India and Bali, p. 46
Susan Conway, Bihar quilting and North-East thai weaving: a comparative study of status, p. 69
Traude Gavin, Ruth Barnes, Iban prestige textiles and the trade in Indian cloth: inspiration and perception, p. 81
Jenny Balfour-Paul, Indigo in South and South-East Asia, p. 98

Lisa Monnas, Hero Granger-Taylor, Donald King (1920-1998) an appreciation, p. 113

Book reviews, p. 116
Pasold research fund, p. 129

a. 29, 1998, 2

Contributors, p. 2

David Brett, The menagement of colour: the kashmir Shawi in a nineteenth-century debate, p. 123
Maria Hayward, Repositories of splendour: Hency VIII’s wardrobes of the robes and beds, p. 134
Martha C. Halpern, Germantown goods: a survey of the textile industry in Germantown, Philadelphia, p. 157
Cally Blackman, Handknitting in Britain from 1908 to 1939: the work of Marjorie Tillotson, p. 177
Charlotte A. Jirousek, The end of the silk road: implications of the decline of Turkish Sericulture, p. 201

Santina M. Levey, Linen in Europe, Irish linen centre and Lisburn Museum, Northen Ireland, p. 226

Book reviews, p. 230
Short reviews, p. 237

a. 29, 1998, 1

Contributors, p. 3

Jon Stobart, Textile industries in North-West England in the early eighteenth century: a geographical approach, p. 3
Lesley Ellis Miller, Manufactures and the man: a reassessment of the place of Jacques-Charles Dutilieu in the silk industry of eighteenth-century Lyon, p. 19
Gillian Cookson, The mechanization of yorkshire card-Making, p. 41
Richard Candee, Domestic industry in the factory age: Anglo-american development of the “family “knitting machine, p. 62
Dominique Cardon, Textile research: an unsuspected mine on information on some eighteenth-century European textile products and colour fashion, p. 93

John Williams, Nick Dixon, Gaby Porter, Fibres, Fabric and fashion: a new gallery about textiles and Manchester’s textile industry, p. 103

Pasold research fund, p. 108
Book reviews, p. 109
Short reviews, p. 117

a. 28, 1997, 2

Contributors, p. 118

Nicholas Mander, Painted cloths: history, craftsmen and techniques, p. 119
Fiona Kerlogue, The early English textile trade in South East Asia: the East India company factory and the textile trade in Jambi, Sumatra, 1615-1682, p. 149
Vanessa Habib, Scotch carpets in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, p. 161
Nicholas Thornton, Enigmatic variations: the features of British smorks, p. 176
Sylvia Hogarth, Goldlace to Girthwebs – the evolution of a trade in York, p. 185
Patrick O’Brien, The micro foundations of macro invention: the case of the Reverend Edmund Cartwright, p. 201
Steve Onyeiwu, The modern textile industry in Nigeria: History, Structural change, and recent developments, p. 234

Pasold research fund, p. 250
Book reviews, p. 253

a. 28, 1997, 1

Contributors, p. 2
Andrew Godley, Introduction: the development of the clothing industry: technology and fashion, p. 3

Stanley Chapman, I. & R. Morley: Colossus of the hosiery trade and industry 1799-1965, p. 11
Christina Fowler, Robert Mansbridge, a rural tailor and his customers, 1811-1815, p. 29
Anne J. Kershen, Morris Cohen and the origins of the women’s wholesale clothing industry in the East End, p. 39
Katrina Honeyman, Gender divisions and industrial divide: the case of the Leeds clothing tradem 1850-1970, p. 47
Andrew Godley, Comparative labour productivity in the British and American clothing industries, 1850-1950, p. 67
The Japanese clothing industry after world war tho and the emergence of the Gifu prefecture as a main production centre, p. 81
Ian M. Taplin, Struggling to compete: post-war changes in the US clothing industry, p. 90

Notes and queries, p. 105
Book reviews, p. 106
Short reviews, p. 111

a. 27, 1996, 2

Contributors, p. 126
Negley Harte, Professor Donald Coleman: an appreciation, p. 127

Carlo Marco Belfanti, Fashion and innovation: the origins of the Italian hosiery industry in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, p. 132
Clive D. Edwards, Floorcloth and linoleum: aspects of the history of oil-coated materials for floors, p. 148
Agnes M. M. Lyons, The textile fabrics of India and Huddersfield cloth industry, p. 172
J. Hemingway, Jacob Allison (1795-1868), Carpet manufacturer of Bernard Castle and Cotherstone, p. 195
D. M. Higgins, G. Tweedale, The trade marks question and the lancashire cotton textile industry, 1840-1914, p. 207

Peter Preston, William Morris at the V. & A., p. 229

Notes and queries, p. 236
Book reviews, p. 237
Short reviews, p. 242

a. 27, 1996, 1

Contributors, p. 2
Editorial, p. 3

Elisabeth Coatsworth, Maria Fitzgerald, Kevin Leahy, Gale Owen-Crocker, Anglo-Saxon textiles from Cleatham, Humberside, p. 5
Gillian Cookson, Millwrights Clockmakers and the origins of textile machine-making in Yorkshire, p. 43
Andrew Godley, Singer in Britain: the diffusion of sewing machine technology and its impact on the clothing industry in the U.K., 1860-1905, p. 59
J. S. Toms, Integration, Innovation and the progress of a family cotton enterprise: Fielden Bros. Ltd., 1889-1914, p. 77
D. Montegut, Indictor, A. & J. Simmerfield, Technical Examination of metal threads in some Indonesian textiles of West Sumatra, p. 101

Notes and queries, p. 115
Book reviews, p. 119

a. 26, 1995, 2

Contributors, p. 128

Patricia Wardle, The King’s Embroiderer: Edmund Harrison (1590-1667). Part II. His work, p. 139
Michael Stratton, Barrie Trinder, The foundation of a textile community: Sir Robert Peel at Fazeley, p. 185
Pamela Sharpe, “Cheapness and economy”: Manufacturing and retailing ready-made clothing in London and Essex 1830-1850, p. 203
Domingos Giroletti, The growth of the Brazilian textile industry and the transfer of technology, p. 215
Stuart Thompstone, Russian imperialism and the commercialization of the central Asian cotton trade, p. 233

Book reviews, p. 259
Short reviews, p. 265

a. 26, 1995, 1

Contributors, p. 2

M. L. Ryder, Fleece Grading and wool sorting, p. 3
Verity Wilson, Early textiles from central Asia: the Stein Loan Collection, p. 23
Angela Sheng, The origin of chinese tapestry weave: a new hypothesis, p. 53
Eugene C. Burt, Bark-cloth in East Africa, p. 75
Anthony J. Cooke, Cotton and the clearances – the development of spinningdale 1791-1806, p. 89
David J. Jeremy, Transatlantic industrial espionage in the early nineteenth century, p. 95

Book reviews, p. 123
Short reviews, p. 133

a. 25, 1994, 2

Contributors, p. 128

John Styles, Clothing the North: the supply of non-élite clothing in the eighteenth-century North of England, p. 139
Colin Heywood, Cotton hosiery in Troyes c. 1860-1914: a case study in French industrialization, p. 167
Dong-Woon Kim, From a family partnership to a corporate company: J. & P. Coats, thread manifactures, p. 185
Michael French, Co-ordinating manufacturing and marketing: the role of the selling agent in US textiles, p. 227
Philip Scranton, The transition from custom to ready-to-wear clothing in Philadelphia 1890-1930, p. 243

Book reviews, p. 275
Short reviews, p. 282

a. 25, 1994, 1

Contributors, p. 2

Lisa Monnas, Opus Anglicanum and renaissance velvet: the Whalley Abbey Vestments, p. 3
Patricia Wardle, The King’s Embroiderer: Edmund Harrison (1589-90-1667). Part I. The man and his milieu, p. 29
Claudio Zanier, Current historical research into silk and silk industry in Italy, p. 61
Roberto Tolaini, An Italian silk firm on the international market: the scotis of Pescia (1815-1860), p. 79

Barrie Trinder, The archaeology of mills, p. 115

Book reviews, p. 121
Short reviews, p. 132

a. 24, 1993, 2

Guest Editor David J. Jeremy

Contributors, p. 126
Editorial, p. 127

J. S. Toms, The profitability of the first Lancashire Merger: the case of Horrocks, Crewdson & Co. Ltd, 1887-1905, p. 129
D. A. Farnie, The marketing Strategies of Platt Bros & Co. Ltd of Oldham, 1906-1940, p. 147
David J. Jeremy, Survival strategies in Lancashire textiles: Bleachers’ association Ltd to Whitecroft plc, 1900-1980s, p. 163
D. M. Higgins, Re-equipment as a strategy for survival in the Lancashire spinning industry, c. 1945 – c. 1960, p. 211
John A. Blackburn, The British cotton textile industry since world war II: the search for a strategy, p. 235

a. 24, 1993, 1

Contributors, p. 2
Editorial, p. 3

Stanley Chapman, The innovating entrepreneurs in the British ready-made clothing industry, p. 5
Sarah Levitt, From Mrs Bloomer to the Bloomer, p. 27
Amy de la Haye, The dissemination of design from haute couture to fashionable ready-to-wear during the 1920s, p. 39
Elisabeth Lissenberg, Prisoners’ clothing in the Netherlands, p. 49
Judith Schuyf, “Trousers with flies!! “The clothing and subculture of lesbians, p. 61
Carin Schnitger, Women’s dress reform in the Netherlands, p. 75
Lu Ann Jones, Sunae Park, From feed bags to fashion, p. 91
Frans L. Jansen, Distribution of ready-made clothing in the twentieth century in the Netherlands, p. 105

Book reviews, p. 117
Short reviews, p. 122

a. 23, 1992, 2

Contributors, p. 138

Albert Tanner, The cotton industry of Eastern Switzerland, 1750-1914, p. 139
Anne Wanner, The sample collections of machine embroidery of Eastern Switzerland in the St Gallen textile museum, p. 165
José M. Lopes Cordeiro, The Royal silk twisting mill of Chacim (Portugal), p. 177
Barrie Trinder, Ditherington flax mill – A re-evaluation, p. 189
Mark Watson, Bradford Works, Aberdeen: evidence for the earliest iron-framed flax mills, p. 225
Roger Hoden, The architet in the Lancashire cotton industry, 1850-1914: the example of Stott & Sons, p. 243

Book reviews, p. 259
Short reviews, p. 267

a. 23, 1992, 1

Contributors, p. 3

M. L. Ryder, Thea Gabra-Sanders and others, Textiles from fast castle Berwickshire, Scotland, p. 5
David L. Wykes, The origins and development of the Leicestershire Hosiery trade, p. 23
Jayne Shrimpton, Dressing for a tropical climate: the role of native fabrics in fashionable dress in early colonial India, p. 55
Stanley Chapman, Vanners in the English silk industry, p. 71
Elisha P. Renne, The decline of women’s weaving among the Nort-east Yoruba, p. 87

John A. Blackburn reviews John Singleton’s Lancashire on the Scrapheap, p. 97

Gwen Davies, Stockings prepared for laying out and burial held by museums in the United Kingdom, p. 103
Norman Scarfe, Richard Wilson, Norwich’s textile industry in 1784, p. 113

Book reviews, p. 121
Short reviews, p. 133

a. 22, 1991, 2

Studies in the economic and social history of dress
Edited by B. Harte

Foreword, p. 150
Contributors, p. 151

David Corner, The tyranny of fashion: the case of the felt-hatting trade in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, p. 153
Sarah Levitt, Cheap mass-produced men’s clothing in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, p. 179
Ursula Priestley, The marketing of norwich stuffs, c. 1660-1730, p. 193
Anne Buck, Buyng clothes in Bedfordshire: customers and tradesmen, 1700-1800, p. 211
Kay Staniland, Clothing provision and the great wardrobe in the mid-thirteenth century, p. 239
Anne F. Sutton, Order and fashion in clothes: the King, his household, and the city of London at the end of the fifteenth century, p. 253
B. Harte, The economics of clothing in the late seventeenth century, p. 277
Lorna Weatherill, Consumer Behaviour, Textiles and dress in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, p. 297
Beverly Lemire, “A good stock of cloathes”: the changing market for cotton clothing in Britain, 1750-1800, p. 311
Aileen Ribeiro, Fashion in the eighteenth century: some anglo-french comparisons, p. 329
D. E. Allen, Fashion as a social process, p. 347

copertina della rivista

a. 22, 1991, 1

Contributors, p. 2

Avigail Sheffer, Amalia Tidhar, The textiles from the “En-Boqeq excavation in Israel, p. 3
Irena Turnau, The main centres of national fashion in eastern Europe from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries, p. 47
Beverly Lemire, Pedding fashion: Salesman, Pawnbrokers, Taylors, Thieves and the second-hand clothes trade in England, c. 1700-1800, p. 67
Stephen C. Wallwork, A review of the statistic of the growth of the British hosiery industry, 1844-1984, p. 83
George J. Murfet, The Henry Ashwell legagy, p. 105
R. S. Nutter, Stone-Platt: An R & D Failure, p. 121

Book reviews, p. 137
Short reviews, p. 145