The following textile books and periodical published during the 19th Century and currently held in the Archives Department of the Georgia Institute of Technology Library could have been available to the students in the earliest years of the A. French Textile School at the Georgia School of Technology.
F. Jacquard Weaving and Designing. London, New York: Longmans, Green,
Facts and Figures for Textile Manufacturers, Concerning the Proper Methods
of Equipping and Running Mills
. Hopedale, Mass.: 1896. "Including
special treatises on carding, spinning, spooling, warping, dyeing, reeling,
twisting and weaving. Also general history, mathematical tables, and a full
list of the patented cotton machinery introduced and sold by the firm of Geo.
Draper & sons.".
TS1581 .D76 1896
George Charles Vincent, Sir. The Steam Engine. 4th ed. London; New York:
Longmans, Green, 1891.
TJ275 .H6X 1891
John James. The Dyeing of Textile Fabrics, with 97 diagrams. London:
TP897 .H92 1885
Emil. Revised Edition of Textile Design Book. A Practical Composition for
the Construction of New Designs. A Good Method in Designing and Manufacturing
for all Hands in the Manufacturers' Business. Rev. ed. Paterson, N.J.: 1898.
John. Practice in Cotton-Carding. A Complete Manual for the Card Room of
the Cotton Mill. Philadelphia: The Textile Record, 1888.
Emanuel Anthony. The Jacquard Machine Analyzed and Explained : The Preparation
of Jacquard Cards and Practical Hints to Learners of Jacquard Designing.
New and rev. ed. [i.e.4th]. Philadelphia: Posselt, [189-?]
Emanuel Anthony. The Structure of Fibres, Yarns and Fabrics. Being a Practical
Treatise for the Use of All Persons Employed in the Manufacture of Textile Fabrics.
Accompanied by over 400 illustrations. 2 volumes in 1. Philadelphia: E. A. Posselt;
London: S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1891.
Emanuel Anthony. Technology of Textile Design. A Practical Treatise on the
Construction and Application of Weaves for all Textile Fabrics and the Analysis
of Cloth. Containing also an Appendix Describing all Latest Methods and Improvements
in Designing and Manufacturing. For the Use of Studetns, Operatives, Overseers,
Designers, Mill Managers, Commission Merchants and Manufacturers. With over
1500 illustrations. New and rev. ed. Philadelphia: E. A. Posselt, .
TS1475 .P85 1897
Emanuel Anthony. Textile Calculations: Being a Guide to Calculations Relating
to the Construction of all Kinds of Yarns and Fabrics. Philadelphia: E.
A. Posselt, 1896.
Textile Fabrics. New York: Published for the Committee of Council on
Education by Scribner, Welford, and Armstrong, 1877.
TS1315 .R69 1877
Charles Frederick Seymour. The Printing of Textile Fabrics: A Practical Manual
on the Printing of Cotton, Woollen, Silk and Half-Silk Fabrics. London:
Griffin, 1897. Contains mounted specimens of printed fabrics.
Alfred. A Manual for Managers, Designers, Weavers, and all Others Connected
with the Manufacture of Textile Fabrics, Containing Definitions, Derivations
and Explanations of Technical Terms, the Use Made of Many Substances; Rules,
Tables, and Some Elementary Instructions for Beginners. [2d ed.]. West Troy,
N.Y.: A. & A. F. Spitzli, 1881.
TS1445 .S76 1881
William Scott. Cotton Spinning. London, New York: Macmillan, 1896-1925.
3 volumes. I. Including all processes up to the end of carding. 1st ed.--II.
Including the processes up to the end of fly-frames. 1st ed.--III. Spinning
and the preparation of yarns. 5th ed.
Thomas. Draw Frames and Fly Frames: Being a Practical Treatise on the Above
Machines. Manchester: A. Heywood, 1898. Imprint stamped on t.p. reads: Van
Nostrand, New York.
Daniel Augustus. Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use
of Textile Schools and Investors. Charlotte, N.C.: The author, 1899.
Textrinum Antiquorum: An Account of the Art of Weaving Among the Ancients.
Part I. On the Raw Material Used for Weaving. With an Appendix. London:
Taylor and Walton, 1843.
Record of America. Philadelphia: The Textile Record. V. 1-24, no. 3; Sept.
1880-Mar. 1903. "Devoted to the manufacture and distribution of all woven
fabrics: cotton, wool, silk, and flax culture. &c.". Library has: v.
7--v. 23, 1886-1902, in storage.