A glossy print of a caricature drawing by Norbert Quinn. Edward Moir is shown along with other men, possibly members of the Carded Woolen Manufacturers Association. Note on back states the caricatures were likely drawn at a "meeting or banquet in Boston."
This folder contains a copy of a proposed bill, a calendar for the Committee on Finance, and typed comments on testimony given by John P. Wood (President of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers).
This folder contains samples of Crown Mills letterhead, tracts and pamphlets related to the wool industry, a sheet of tariff statistics, a political cartoon, a copy of document from another mill, and a list of wool mills.
Most of the photographs are of the Crown Woolen Mills over various years. The negative is of Edward Moir and one of the photos is of his son John M. Moir. The photos each have descriptions written on the back, and while some were taken in the late 19th century, most of the prints appear to have been made around the same time (roughly the 1960s).
This folder contains a short biography of Edward Moir, and a copy of a 1884 letter to Moir, signed by several overseers at the Cornwall Manufacturing Company, expressing their regret that he is leaving the mill.