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History of Worcester Glove Trade

W. R. Amphlett

History of Worcester Glove Trade

history of the leather industry in Worcester

by W. R. Amphlett

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Published by the author in Worcester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Typescript.

Statementby W. R. Amphlett Chairman, National Joint Industrial Council for the glove making industry, 1925.
The Physical Object
Pagination30p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20785581M

Transportation. Worcester, a GWR Class locomotive that was built for and run on the Great Western Railway between and ; Union Station (Worcester, Massachusetts), called "Worcester" by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority HMS Worcester, several ships of the British Royal Navy; USS Worcester, several ships of the United States Navy. The cathedral city of Worcester is the largest settlement and county major towns include Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Malvern, Redditch, and historic county also contained Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Oldbury, Yardley, Kings Norton and Northfield, whilst the rest of Worcestershire is largely rural.

History of Latex Gloves. Posted on 4th, May Latex gloves have been in manufacture for over one hundred and twenty years. This manufacture was done largely in Malaysia alone as this was the primary source of the rubber tree. The Worcester-made, handcrafted baseball glove nearly met its untimely end last year. Longtime leather goods manufacturer Jim Devaney and his two sons had entered into a joint venture in

FHL book /L1 E6m) investigations into the trade and living conditions of hatters can be found in Thompson and Yeo (The Unknown Mayhew. Penguin Books, ). Penguin Books, ). The straw-hat industry was firmly established in southern Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire by the end of the 17th century (Filbee). Find alumni members from Worcester Boys Trade High School in Worcester, MA. Sign up to reconnect with your friends and fellow graduates for free.


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History of Worcester Glove Trade by W. R. Amphlett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Worcester's gloving industry reached its peak between and when manufacturers of gloves employed o people in and around Worcester. At this time nearly half of all glovers in.

The History of the Glove Trade: With the Customs Connected with the Glove: to which are Annexed Some Observations on the Policy of the Trade Between England and France, and Its Operation on the Agricultural and Manufacturing Interests.

The history of the glove trade, with the customs connected with the glove: to which are annexed some observations on the policy of the trade between England and France, and its operation on the agricultural and manufacturing interests.

By William Hull, jun () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Hull, William, Jr. Sadly, the state of the handbill reflected the state of Worcester’s glove trade, which was once all conquering. Along with fine china and a certain piquant sauce, the city was once a byword for the Author: Mike Pryce.

He was a cooper by trade. (see Merrick Genealogy and Princeton town history). About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : Charles Nutt.

I have written this book on the history of gloves and glovemaking which was published in February by Shire Books and is available via their website, WH Smiths, the Telegraph books website and Amazon – the link to the latter is here where it can be also be bought overseas.

The book is mostly pictorial and a lot had to be left out. Despite the disruption and destruction, Worcester got back to business as soon as the fighting stopped.

A census listed it as the 11th city of the kingdom and it flourished anew in the late 17th century, making good use of its position by the Severn. Indeed, it is hard to overstate the importance of the river in the city's history.

For girls entering the glove making trade, however, the potential for making a living wage was far lower than for their; the wages were diabolical – even by the late nineteenth century and the early days of the twentieth century they could expect to only achieve between 4/- to a maximum, in very unusual circumstances, of 15/.

History of baseball gloves. Charles Waite was the first professional baseball player to use a glove in InAlbert Spalding wore the first black leather padded baseball glove. Baseball gloves -- or mitts -- gained popularity from here on out. Eight decades later, Thomas E.

Wilson created the popular A glove -- a model that’s. Worcester. The glove making trade was centred within the city of Worcester itself with two major firms to consider, the oldest being Dents. John Dent founded his factory in and it was improved by his sons John and William.

By they were employing people producing hand stitched gloves. Hostile ones reached the Commons, 19 Feb., and the Lords, 17 Feb., 17 Mar., 6 Apr. Robinson led the opposition to Davies’s bill to limit the duration of polls and provide multiple booths, against which he presented a Worcester petition, 24 Mar.

Both Members campaigned on behalf of the Worcester glove trade against foreign competition, and Davies brought up petitions for increased. However the glove trade went into steep decline following the lifting of a trade barrier against foreign imports in and the porcelain business also went into recession.

However it is doubtful whether railway communication would have helped as these trades were governed essentially by the whims of politics and fashion. Dents was established in Worcester by John Dent in and became glove makers to the Royal Family – producing The Queen’s Coronation gloves more than 60 years ago, among many others.

The history of Worcester, Worcestershire. Comprehensive information on Worcester. Worcester Hotels | guide to Worcester. Worcester is an English city that was founded by the Romans in AD50, relatively early in their occupation of Britain, although there’s evidence to suggest there was previously a settlement in the same spot the Romans chose.

Some archaeologists think the site dates back to. History. Dents was established in Worcester in as a manufacturer of fine leather gloves by John Dent (–). It is possibly Britain's oldest existing fashion manufacturer. Dent's sons, John and William, helped the company expand throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.

Inmechanical sewing was introduced to the company to assist craftspeople. But the history of the trade dates back a lot farther than even that, around years in fact, and Worcester had a “glove makers” street in the 13th century. It was largely rebuilt in the 17th century and is now New Street.

Worcester also had a Glovers Guild from Early history. The trade route which ran past Worcester, later forming part of the Roman Ryknild Street, dates to Neolithic times. The position commanded a ford over the River Severn (the river was tidal past Worcester prior to public works projects in the s) and was fortified by the Britons around would have been on the northern border of the Dobunni and probably subject to the.

Fownes, another glove factory in Worcester, was built in but closed down in Mr Fincher started working in the industry aged 15 as an. EARLY DAYS OF GLOVES Gloves have been a major part of history from primitive times until the present.

Ranging from the incriminating glove in The History of Herodotus to the discriminating gloves featured on the catwalks of today, gloves have always been part of the history of prosperous and exciting people.

Certain tr. Glove making in Worcester. Many dressmakers and tailoresses discuss how they learnt their trade by watching their mothers work, eventually being trusted to sew on buttons or maybe turn a hem, and finally assisting in raising the family income by working alongside their mothers.

Prior to the education acts insisting upon attendance in school. Fownes Brothers & Co., Inc. has been a premier glove manufacturer for over years. Fownes Brothers and Co., Inc. was established in by John and Thomas Fownes in the English city of Worcester; a prosperous and prestigious glove trade center.

Fownes Brothers entered the American market in with a sales office in New York City. His professional interests include book history and the conservation of circulating collections.

He is the author of 48 professional articles and book chapters and has presented professional papers in the U.S., Canada, the Czech Republic, England, France, Italy, and Trinidad.Worcester is home to an amazing evolving history, including the first and last battle of the Civil War, a visit from future presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson who were keen to see the site they regarded as the place where democracy was effectively born, large glove making industry, the creative home of the much loved Worcestershire Sauce and manufacturing of Royal Worcester Porcelain.