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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Applied Center Embroidery Applied Center Embroidery September/20/1896 Embroidery art "a charmed novelty for effective needlework."

2. Biography of Mary T. Farrow (1880-1971), Attorney Biography of Mary T. Farrow (1880-1971), Attorney 1999

3. Domestic Sewing Machine Company Domestic Sewing Machine Company 1886 Advertising card for the Domestic Sewing Machine Company showing a picture hanging above a mantlepiece. Picture is of a woman carrying a parasol. Front of card says: "Art Needlework Made on the Domestic...

4. Dorcus Society Dorcus Society n.d. Interior view of a group of women identified as the Dorcus Society. Two of the women are identified: Edith Eisenhower on the left and Ruth Davison in blue. They appear to be sewing or doing some type of...

5. Frank Scott, Notions & Fancy Goods Frank Scott, Notions & Fancy Goods 1881 Advertising card for Frank Scott showing a woman in a dress with peacock feather hem, yellow wings, a gauzy shawl, and a butterfly antennae headband standing with thirteen birds of exotic species including...

6. Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework Grimy Hands Learn to Love Needlework December 3, 1916 Article profiling the work of Mrs. J. M. Curtice teaching children of immigrants to sew at the Swope Settlement House, located at 16th and Campbell. Curtice is described by the author as one of the pioneers...

7. Saint Teresa's Academy Saint Teresa's Academy Postcard of St. Teresa's Academy

8. She Designed the First of 'The Kansas City Stars' She Designed the First of 'The Kansas City Stars' January 18, 2004 Article profiles Ruby Short McKim who launched the Kansas City Star quilt patterns tradition with her pattern, in 1928. With her husband, Arthur, she operated McKim Studios from their home in Independence...

9. Sorosis Shoe Co. Sorosis Shoe Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Sorosis Shoe Co. showing an assortment of images illustrating "Colonial Days in New England" including a woman doing needlework identified as "Tambour Work," couples riding through...

10. Weis & Ridge Weis & Ridge ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Weis & Ridge showing a girl knitting. Front of card says: "'Finishing mama's needle work.' Weis & Ridge, Hardware, Stoves & Tinware." Back of card says: "Weis & Ridge, 1116 Main Street....