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ca 1880-1900 (2)
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R Alton Lee (1)
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1. G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. showing a house with water in the foreground. Back of card says: "A continuous show of Black Silks. Special for Carnival Week. Your Choice, $1.00 per Yard...All...

2. G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co. showing an image of a house with a windmill on the water bordered by ivy and birds. Back of card says: "A continuous show of Black Silks. Special for Carnival...

3. Silk Silk

4. Silk Tapestries: A National Treasure Silk Tapestries: A National Treasure June 1, 2006 John Pottie displays his collection of silk tapestries, a rare art form, at the National Silk Art Museum in Weston, Missouri. The museum is on the second floor above the restuarant, Charlemagne's, also...

5. The Ill-Fated Kansas Silk Industry The Ill-Fated Kansas Silk Industry Winter//2000-2001 Illustrations, photos, and article about the failed silk industry in late 19th century Kansas, starting with the founding of Silkville, Kansas, in 1869 by "Ernest Valeton de Boissiere, a nobleman from...