MSS 00091 Guide to the Albert Harvey Grimshaw Apprenticeship Document and Newsletter, 1867 - 1944
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[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 91] Photocopy of indenture of apprenticeship document for Amos James Grimshaw to James Mather Daltry, 1867
[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 91] Film copy of indenture of apprenticeship document for Amos James Grimshaw to James Mather Daltry, 1867
[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 91] Typewritten copy of the "Grimshaw Newsletter,", 1944
Grimshaw, Albert Harvey, 1883-1949
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Transferred from the Textiles School, Office of Assistant to the Dean for Student Services and Assistant Placement Director, 1976 October 4.
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The Albert Harvey Grimshaw Apprenticeship Document and Newsletter contain a photocopy and microfilm copy of the indenture of apprenticeship document for Amos James Grimshaw to James Mather Daltry, to learn the "Art, trade, and business of a reed maker and Heald Knitter." This document was registered in the county of Lancaster, England, on 1867 May 11. There is also a typewritten copy of the "Grimshaw Newsletter," 1944. This newsletter covers events in the lives of Grimshaw's classmates at North Carolina State University.
Rhode Island native Albert Harvey Grimshaw (1883 - 1949) received his education from the Massachusetts School of Pharmacy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Columbia University, North Carolina State College, and the New Bedford Textile School. He was a pharmacist and wrestling coach before becoming an instructor in chemistry and dyeing at the New Bedford Textile School in 1917. In 1925 Grimshaw left New Bedford for North Carolina State College, where he served as professor of Textile Chemistry and Dyeing for 24 years. During this time, he published articles in almost all of the textile trade journals in the United States. He was a member of numerous professional societies, including the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists and the American Institute of Chemists. In 1948, The N.C. State College Chapter of Delta Kappa Phi presented a large portrait of Grimshaw to the School of Textiles.
Grimshaw died shortly after his retirement in 1949.
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