Browse Items (8 total)

  • Subject contains "Harvard Knitting Mills (Wakefield, Mass.)"

mld12_june.jpg
Date: 06-1913
Description: "Flatlock Operators at Harvard Knitting Mills used Flatlock machines which created a 'very strong, soft almost flat seam no thicker than the fabric itself'. The seam, patented on March 31, 1908 and…[More]

mld99_march.jpg
Creator: Winship, Charles Newell
Date: ca. 1922
Description: "The Winship Mansion, also known as the Winship estate, was home to Charles Newell Winship, who along with Elizabeth E. Boit formed a partnership under the firm name of Winship, Boit & Company. In…[More]

mld09_december.jpg
Date: ca. 1911
Description: "Winship, Boit & Co., proprietors of Harvard Knitting Mills, moved its ladies' jersey underwear manufacturing business from Cambridge to the third floor of the Wakefield Block (later the Taylor…[More]

mld90_july.jpg
Description: "Charles N. Winship was born in Needham (now Wellesley) in 1863, the son of Francis and Catherine Winship. He left school at the age of 13 and by age 14 was employed at a knitting mill in Wellesley.…[More]

walsh_postcard139.jpg
Date: [1900-1909?]
Description: Postcard depicts the Harvard Knitting Mills complex looking south from the corner of Albion and Foundry Streets.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

walsh_postcard137.jpg
Date: 1907
Description: Postcard depicts the Harvard Knitting Mills complex looking south from across Albion Street.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

postcard47.jpg
Date: [1900-1909?]
Description: Postcard depicts the Harvard Knitting Mill complex looking south from the corner of Albion and Foundry Streets.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

postcard39.jpg
Description: Postcard depicts the Harvard Knitting Mill complex looking south from the corner of Albion and Foundry Streets.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards