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  • Calculations in Yarns and Fabrics - Instruction book about yarn preparation and characteristics, fabric manufacturing methods and constructions, and cost calculations in yarn spinning and textile fabric weaving, written in 1906 for students, teachers, yarn spinners, fabric manufacturers and textile merchants. Author: Fred Bradbury. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Cotton. Part 1 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on cotton fiber, cotton pickers and cards, and drawing rolls. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Cotton. Part 2 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on railway heads and drawing frames, combers and fly frames. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Wool. Part 1 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on wool fiber, and wool washing, drying, burring and carbonizing. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Wool. Part 2 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on wool burring and carbonizing (continued), opening and mixing, wool oils and oiling, and woollen carding. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Wool. Part 3 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on woollen carding (continued) and woollen yarn spinning. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Wool. Part 4 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on animal and vegetable fibers, wool, wool sorting and types, and wool scouring, drying, burr picking, carbonizing, mixing, lubrication of wool, and woollen carding. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Wool. Part 5 - Series of textbooks on textile fibers, machinery and manufacturing technologies, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on woollen yarn spinning and spinning frames, and woollen and worsted warp preparation. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Yarns. Part 1 - Series of textbooks on yarns and yarn processing, cloth rooms and mill engineering, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on yarns from vegetable, animal, stem and mineral fibers, yarn classification and types, cloth room processes and machinery, and the technical, economic and engineering aspects of building a textile mill. [PDF]
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  • I.C.S. Reference Library: Yarns. Part 2 - Series of textbooks on yarns and yarn processing, cloth rooms and mill engineering, prepared and published in 1906 for the students of the International Correspondence Schools and containing in permanent form the instruction papers, examination questions and keys used in their various courses. Chapters on the construction of a yarn spinning mill, yarn reeling and baling, and yarn winding. [PDF]
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  • Textile Mathematics. Part I - First book on textile mathematics for the textile industry published in 1920 by Thomas Woodhouse and Alexander Brand, dealing with the basic principles of calculation designed for students of the textile industry. [PDF]
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  • Textile Mathematics. Part II - Second book on textile mathematics for the textile industry published in 1920 by Thomas Woodhouse and Alexander Brand, providing the mathematics for machine technology and settings, and mill production management in the textile industry. [PDF]
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  • Textile Mathematics. Part III - Third book on textile mathematics for the textile industry published in 1921 by Thomas Woodhouse and Alexander Brand, providing the principles and tools for machine drawing designed to assist textile students in the understanding, working and superintendence of textile mechanisms. [PDF]
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  • Textiles. Part I - Compilation of studies on mercerised and artificial fibers and the dyeing of textile materials, silk throwing and spinning, and the cotton and linen industries. Published in 1910. Editor: A.F. Barker. [PDF]
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  • Textiles. Part II - Compilation of studies on mercerised and artificial fibers and the dyeing of textile materials, silk throwing and spinning, and the cotton and linen industries. Published in 1910. Editor: A.F. Barker. [PDF]
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