[Papers]. 1896-1955.


[Papers]. 1896-1955.

Includes newspaper clippings and articles about Blumenthal and the company, including some about an Army-Navy "E" Production Award earned during World War II by the division at Rocky Mount; personal and business correspondence, 1896-1934, to Blumenthal, with some from Felix Adler of the Society for Ethical Culture, New York; and invitations, programs, etc., 1917-1919. Also includes a company manual, ca. 1940's, for Shelton Looms, and one for Blumenthal and Co., 1955; and a company annual report, 1948. Also contains a transcript of remarks given at Blumenthal's funeral, correspondence to his family at the time of his death, and a memorial booklet prepared by the company.

1 box (13 folders)

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