Monthly Archives: June 2012

Bombazetts for Sale!

Bombazetts were only one of the many dry goods for sale by William Manning Jr. in his shop at No. 1 Old Faneuil Hall in Boston around 1835, as we can see in this broadside issued by Manning and recently … Continue reading ->

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Researching at ATHM

Guest blogger Dr. Amy L. Montz, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Southern Indiana, writes about her experience conducting research at ATHM: Archival research is a tricky thing. There is a lot of planning, of course: the phone … Continue reading ->

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Observations of a Fashion-Focused ATHM Tour

Education teacher Stephanie Sewhuk shadowed a guided tour for high school fashion students through ATHM’s main exhibit, “Textile Revolution: An Exploration through Space and Time.”  She then reported her experience to the ATHM Blog: School groups have been coming through … Continue reading ->

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