1940s Tuskeegee Institute Safari-style Jacket

This belted cotton-whipcord jacket features bellowed pockets, large bakelite buttons, and bold, powerful chain-stitched artwork. More importantly, it is a relic of the Tuskeegee Institute of Alabama, an African-American university both famous for its celebrated fighter-pilots of WWII and infamous … Continue reading

October 31, 2014 | Categories: news

Standard Prints of the World

A beautiful Early American Prints catalog page. Used by retailers and cutters for making fabric selections. “American Prints are strictly staple in the sense that they are saleable the year ’round and in steady demand for uses to which higher … Continue reading

October 3, 2014 | Categories: news