How Colonial and Canterbury Cretonnes are made

How Colonial and Canterbury Cretonnes are made

Chicago: Marshall Field & Company, 1919.

Illustrated by Illustrated. Pamphlet. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #12926

1/4" page edge tear, otherwise light wear. Crisp paperback stapled pamphlet. ; Illustrated pamphlet detailing the manufacturing of two drapery lines from Marshall Field. Colonial is a machine printed textile; Canterbury is a hand block printed fabric. "Issued specially for the American Decorative Art Exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History in New York, November 1919; and for an Exhibit of American Textiles to be shown in a number of the larger cities in the United States, 1919-1920, through the exhibiting committee of the American Federation of Arts." An uncommon look at post-World War One American drapery textile manufacturing and marketing. ; [32] pages.

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