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2017.067.001

Core
Title: 
Clothes Make The Man
Subtitle: 
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Old No: 
Alt ID: 
Description: 

History of the Springs Cotton Mills of South Carolina.

Collection: 
Lawrence History Center Library
Author: 
Springs, Elliott White
Sub Author: 
Publisher: 
New York: J. J. Little & Ives Company
Date (created): 
1948
Date (coverage): 
Event: 
Format: 
viii, 433 p. illus., ports., map. 25 cm.
Provenance: 
Credit: 
Language: 
English
Rights: 
This book is owned by the Lawrence History Center, but copyright may be held by another business or organization. Please contact the Center for more information.
Relations: 
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Library
Condition: 
Good
Condition Notes: 
Display Value: 
Good
Cataloged By: 
Wetmore, Rick
Cataloged On: 
Fri, 2018-02-09
Status: 
OK

2014.009.030

Core
Title: 
Employee Picnic at Carborro Mills
Title (generic): 
Photograph
Accession No. : 
Description: 

Summer 1947, Carrboro Woolen Mills, North Carolina (a division of Pacific Mills). Employees are enjoying recreational activity at a company picnic. Young women appear to be playing a game where they must remove their shoes and switch them with another woman. The photo was taken by David E. Arthur of Lawrence, the superintendant of the Carrboro Plant.

Collection: 
Lawrence History Center General Photograph Collection
Creator: 
Arthur, David E.
Date (created): 
1947
Place: 
Carrboro, North Carolina
Format: 
4" x 6"
Rights: 
The Lawrence History Center holds this image but may not have full intellectual property and legal rights to it. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor - Media Vault - Photo Box
Image Catalog: 
LM1-Manufacturing-Workforce
Original/Copy: 
Reproduction
Condition: 
Excellent
Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Kiley, Amita
Cataloged On: 
Wed, 2014-08-13
Status: 
OK

2011.256.028

Core
Title: 
The Civil War Through the Camera, Part 1
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Description: 

This book describes the beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The different parts of the book are: Records of the War Between the States and Bull Run - The Volunteers Face Fire. There is a great emphasis on the statistics of the Civil War, the call for volunteers to fight at the beginning of the war, and the intricacies of the battle at Bull Run. There are many images of battlefields, forts, weapons, New York, public officials, soldiers, and camps.

Collection: 
Barry Flynn Essex Company Collection
Author: 
Elson, Henry W.
Publisher: 
Springfield: Patriot Publishing Co.
Date (created): 
1912
Date (coverage): 
1861
Format: 
10.5" x 7.75"
Language: 
English
Rights: 
This book is owned by the Lawrence History Center, but copyright may be held by another business or organization. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Library
Condition: 
Fair
Condition Notes: 

Some pages are falling out.

Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Tue, 2012-02-21
Status: 
OK

2011.256.027

Core
Title: 
The Civil War Through the Camera, Part 15
Title (generic): 
Book
Accession No. : 
Description: 

This book describes the Civil War in the years 1864 and 1865. It discusses Sherman's final campaigns. There is a great deal of emphasis on Sherman's march to the sea. There are many photographs of sea battles, generals, Atlanta, soldiers, weapons, forts, battlefields, and ships.

Collection: 
Barry Flynn Essex Company Collection
Author: 
Elson, Henry W.
Publisher: 
Springfield: Patriot Publishing Co.
Date (created): 
1912
Date (coverage): 
1864-1865
Format: 
10.5" x 7.75"
Language: 
English
Rights: 
This book is owned by the Lawrence History Center, but copyright may be held by another business or organization. Please contact the Center for more information.
Administrative
Location: 
2nd Floor Stacks - Library
Condition: 
Good
Display Value: 
Excellent
Cataloged By: 
Williams, Jenn
Cataloged On: 
Tue, 2012-02-21
Status: 
OK

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