MC 00305 Guide to the Arthur Wullschleger Notebook, 1898-1902
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1.5 Linear feet
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1 volume (307 p.)
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Large volume containing handwritten notes on courses in weaving, as well as hand-drawn diagrams of textile machinery and weaving patterns. Fabric samples accompany some weaving patterns. On the cover is written Arthur Wullschleger 1902. At head of title page is written, Ecole Societé d'Enseignement Professionel du Rhône. Then three titles are given: Cours Théorie de Tissage, Cours de Tissage pratique, and Cours de Garage de Mr. Loir. At the end of the title page is written Arthur Wullschleger, d'Aarbourg, Suisse, Lyon, 1898-1902.
The notebook is divided into four parts: Premier Partie, Théorie 1re Année, 1898-1899, p. 1-107; Deuxieme Partie, Théorie 2e Année, 1899-1900, p. 108-166; Troisieme Partie, Théorie 3e Année, 1900-1901, p. 167-219; Quartieme Partie, Cours de Garage, 1901-1902, p. 220-307. Each part has its own title page. The first three parts contain diagrams of weaving patterns and samples of fabric. On the title page of the fourth part is written Tissage mécanique pour les Etoffes de Soie. This part contains many diagrams of machines.
Arthur Wullschleger attended the Ecole Societé d'Enseignement Professionel du Rhône, 1898-1902.
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