This folder contains two plates from Habiti Antichi et el moderni di tutto el mondo by Cesare Vecellio. 1 women's 1590, Nobili Moderne and 1 men's 1598, Nobile di BorgogneSenza titolo
This folder contains two oversize plates: 1) 1680 men's fashion titled Le Flegmatique, and 2) 1688 women's fashion, titled Fille de Qualitié en deshabillé d'étoffe siamoise by Nicholas Arnoult
This folder contains eleven various plates. Includes 4 miniatures from Incroyables et Merveilleuses, c.1797; 2 plates, women from Journal de la mode il du fait,, c.1791 and 5 unknown plates, 1750-1799, women.Senza titolo
Contains one oversize men's fashion plate from unknown publication, 1770s, and one oversize men's fashion plate, circa 1790s
This folder contains 36 various fashion plates. Miscellaneous publications: 2 Le Beau Monde, men's 1806; 2 Observateur des modes, 1 men's, 1 women's c.1818; 20 Verne Hood and Sharpe Poultry,women's, 1806-1810; 1 Lady's Monthly museum women's 1812; 1 Merveilleuse women's c.1805. Folder also includes 4 dance and ballet costumes (1 men's and 3 women's), c.1805 and 5 unknown men's and women's 1805-1817.
This folder contains miscellaneous photographs pertaining to New York City, including the first elevated track, a skirt factory, and illustrations of neighborhoods in lower Manhattan
Folder contains 18 various plates and publications. 2 Le conseiller des graces, women's 1828-1829; 1 La reunion journal litteraire et des modes, women's c.1829; 3 Gatine costumes d'ouvrieres Parisiennes, women's 1824; 14, Observateur des modes, 2 women's, 12 men's, c. 1821; 2 unknown, women's c.1822; 1 unknown publication dance costume, c. 1829.
This folder contains 52 plates from various publications. 32 Lady's Pocket Magazine, women's 1831-1838; 2 Le conseiller des graces, women's 1832; 4 Theorie l'art de tailleur men's 1837-1838; 3 La Psyche, c.1837; 1 Le Messager des salons, women's c.1838; 1 Mercure des Salons, c.1831, men's; 3 unknown German , women's 1830-1832; 2 unknown group, c. 1835, 1 theatre costume, c 1830
Folder contains 16 plates from various sources and publications: 1 L'elegant men's, 1849; 4 Le Bon Ton, Journal des Modes, women's c.1845; 3 Sartains Union Magazine, women's 1848; 2 Le Cabinet de Lecture et le Voleur Reunis, women's 1842; 4 unknown women's c.1842-1849
This folder contains 30 fashion plates from various publications. 2 L'Elegant, men's 1850, 1852; 4 L'Iris, women's, 1853; 1 Le Lion, men's, 1855; 3 Beilage zur allgemeinen Musteizeitung, women's, 1850-1859; 9 Scott's mirror of fashion, men's 1850-1851; 5 Ladies' Cabinet, women's, c.1855; 1 Modes francaises, women's 1850; 4 unknown women, 1858-1859.
This oversize folder contains 2 fashion plates: 1 Le tailleur Journal des Quatre Saisons, c.1850; 1 unknown, October 1851
This folder contains 23 fashion plates from various publications. 2 Le monde elegant, women's 1960-1862; 1 L'Ami des dames, women's 1861; 1 La Toilette de Paris, women's, c. 1865; 4 Ladies' Fair, 1866; 9 Ladies' Friend, 1868-1869; 1 La gazette des dames et demoiselles, women's 1866; Journal des dames et demosielles, women's c.1865; 1 Allgemine Moden-Zeitung Liepzig, men's 1867; 3 unknown women's 1861-1868.
This folder contains a miscellaneous selection of fashion photos featuring the work of Hardy Amies, Norman Hartnell, Charles James, Simonetta, Jean Louis, Christian Dior-NY, Castillo, Ben Zuckerman, Judy 'n Jill, photographic reproductions of 19th century illustrations, and photocopies of 19th century photographs with handwritten notes.
This folder contains 17 fashion plates from various publications. 1 Journaux des modes, women's 1879; 4 Il mondo elegante women's 1870-1872; 1 Giornale delle donne, women's 1875; 1 The ladies' treasury, women;s 1876; 1 La mode del correo de ultramar, women's 1878; 1 Le conseiller des familles, 1877; 8 unknown women's, 1870-1878.
This folder contains 8 fashion plates from various publications. 1 El correo de la moda, women's c.1883; 1 Ladies' Treasury, women's, 1888, 3 Samuel brothers, men's c.1890; 2 unknown, women, c.1880. 1 caricature Ganz modern, 1883
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.
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 13 men's fashion plates from The Herald of Fashion and Journal of Tailoring, from January 1889-December 1896
This folder contains 14 fashion plates from various publications. 6 La moda Cubana, women's c.1890; 5 The Paris album of Fashions, women's c.1890; 1 The Glass of Fashion, women's 1890, 1 Die Modenwelt, women 1898; 1 unknown, women's c.1890.
Contains 11 fashion plates from various publications. 2 Weiner mode Album, women's 1981-1895; 2 Weiner Mode Zeichner, women's 1981-1895; 5 Neue Weiner Modelle, women's 1981-1895; 2 unknown, women's 1890s.
This folder contains 38 various women's fashion plates from Le Goût Parisien, circa 1891
This folder contains 28 various women's plates from Le Goût Parisien, circa 1894.
This folder contains 23 women's fashion plates from Le guide de couturieres et la France elegante reunis, 1900-1908
This folder contains 29 women's fashion plates from Le Guide de couturiers et la France elegante Reunis, 1900-1908
This folder contains 7 colorized fashion photographs, publication unknown, captions in English.Senza titolo
Contains nine oversize fashion plates, including 1) El Salon de la Moda, 2) La France Elegant, 4) illustrations by Harrison Fisher, 1) illustration by Clarence Underwood, 1) Mary Garden Silk ad, and 1) from Otis H.Kean
This folder contains 1 women's fashion plate from La Mode Parisienne, circa 1905
A set of small publications (much like the "statements" from the bound volume) spanning the period July 10, 1909 to November 20, 1925. 11 items.
Cancelled checks in a Crown Mills envelope. Typed on outside of envelope: "Edward Moir: Old checks from one of his previous mills, in Peterborough, Ont. Canada. William Paton was his partner. Paton, Moir, & Co. and Auburn Mills are the same."
Five small pamphlets from the Carded Woolen Manufacturers' Association. Probably duplicated in bound volume
Article entitled "Studies in Smartness" written by Miss Violet Vanbrugh as well as a Christmas card and a Business card. One program from an exhibition of Gera Mills' fabric used in garments made by Vionnet, Lelong, Patou, Paquin, Cheuir, Premet, Renee, Doucet, Doeuille, and Bernard. 1-Two page spread (pp. 18-21) from the December 22, 1925 issue of Women's Wear Daily; amusements page and a page dedicated to fur fashion, with advertisements and columns about the popular furs of the time.
Photocopies of items missing from "The Ideal Scrapbook" housed in slipcase 15. There are photocopies of covers from programs that are not present in the scrapbook, such as Lucile, Ltd. Fall 1918 and Spring 1915 covers. There are also photocopies of an article entitled "My Diary", a photocopy of a cover of "Les Ides Novelles de la Mode", and a photocopy of an article from February 17, 1918.
This folder contains 15 various women's fancy dress plates from unknown publication, featuring Parisian landmarks.Senza titolo
Photocopies of articles written about Lady Duff Gordon dating as far back as 1910, all of the originals of which are housed in "The Ideal Scrapbook". Among them a photocopy of Women's Wear Daily, Dec. 22, 1925 spread with article on furs.
26 photographs. The scrapbook that this material comes from was titled "McHorter". Evelyn McHorter's was Lucile Ltd. employee under Lady Duff Gordon, and took over the artistic control after Lucile left. These photographs were originally in the scrapbooks of fashion plates. There is no proof of significance of these sketches and Model Photographs being in the same volume, however, it may suggest that the designs were made by Evelyn McHorter, and represent a portfolio of her work.