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Fashion -- Forecasting

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Color Association of the United States records

 Collection
Accession: 1983
Abstract:

The Color Association of the United States (CAUS) was organized on February 19, 1915 as the Textile Color Card Association (TCCA) for the purpose of standardizing colors for the textile trade. Their records include minutes; reports; staff and membership files; publications; advertisements; cloth samples; seasonal bulletins; and color cards. Color standardization services for the government and various industries are documented as well.

Dates: 1915-1983

E. Butterick & Cos. report of ladies fashions

 Collection
Accession: 1998-294
Abstract:

The Butterick Company produced sewing patterns used to make clothing, as well as numerous publications focused on fashion and home clothing design. The company began in 1863 with Ebenezer Butterick (1826–1903) a tailor from Sterling, Massachusetts and his wife Ellen August Pollard Butterick (1831-1871) when they invented the graded sewing pattern, which revolutionized the practice of home sewing. This item is a colorful print showing ladies and girls dresses along with two insets showing several types of hats. The fashions in the print reflect the winter 1876-1877 season.

Dates: 1876

Textile Color Card Association/Color Association of the United States

 Series
Accession: 2188-II.
Dates: 1879-2000; Majority of material found within 1895-1985