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Cheney Brothers point paper for furnishing fabric, 1 of 8 sheets, 1913

Cheney Brothers point paper for furnishing fabric, 1 of 8 sheets, 1913

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Cheney Brothers point paper, design for furnishing fabric, 1 of 8 sheets for this design, 1913. Painted design on square paper for T-1056 fabric sample, a figured weave with a gray-green ground. Mfrs. #s: Com. 4629; Style 3272. 8 sheets, A through H. Point papers were used to plot a design out for cutting the cards for Jacquard-loom-woven textiles.
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Currently not on view
Object Name
point paper
textile design
date made
1913
maker
Cheney Brothers
place made
United States: Connecticut, Manchester, South Manchester
ID Number
TE.T01055.00F
Credit Line
Gift of Cheney Brothers
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Cultural and Community Life: Textiles
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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