THESE comprise 35 Books
& Catalogues. All are full
scans complete with illustrations. They
are in .pdf format for reading on a
computer using Adobe Reader, which
comes as standard usually (or is
otherwise downloadable free).
A Complete Course in Millinery 1919.
Twenty-four practical lessons detailing
the processes for mastering the art of
Complete Guide to Millinery, 1916.
(By the Kintzel Millinery Shool).
Hat Making and Felting, 1868.
Home Millinery - Madame Margariete'z
Head Wear Ancient and Modern, 1885.
Head Gear Antique and Modern, 1879.
Dressmaking and Millinery, 1916.
Deutsch & Co Catalogue Fall and Winter
Debenham & Freebody Fashion Book, 1874.
Fletcher's illustrated catalogue of
ladies and children's underwear
"constructed on dress reform and
Concerning Millinery, 1902.
Home Millinery Course, 1909.
"A thorough, practical and complete
series of lessons."
How to Handle Hats, 1905.
"The only work published on the
Instructions in Hat Cleaning and
Lloyds Treatise on Hats with Twenty-Four
Lord & Taylor Latest Styles of Hats and
Make Your Own Hats. 1921.
illustrated book of modes and costumes,
Manual for a Millinery Department, 1922.
The Merchandise Manual Series.
Modern Millinery 1922.
"A workroom text book containing
complete instruction in the work of
preparing, making and copying
O'Neill & Co Fall and Winter Styles,
Practical Science and Secrets of Making
Over Old Hats 1912.
Scientific Hat Finishing and Renovating
Straw Hats their History and
The Handbook of Millinery 1847.
The Ladies Self Instructor in Millinery
- Embroidery and Applique, 1853.
The Milliners' Guide 1917.
The Millinery Department 1918.
Treatise on Hat Making and Felting 1868.
The Twentieth Century Hat Factory 1911.
"All the various production processes
described for all the different types of
SEVERAL MORE TITLES MAKING 35 ALTOGETHER
IN THE BOOKS SECTION ALONE!
A wonderful collection offering hours of reading at a low price -
master print images are included
in a folder for your personal use and
each has been restored and enhanced for
making prints using standard A4 photo
capable printers - or larger format too
for several of the bigger, high
resolution ones also included!
these are uniquely restored versions and
may not be copied for resale or for
inclusion in image compilations by other
are just a few (much reduced in size)
Several images are provided
in larger format for making
big prints. For example at a
high resolution of 300 dpi
this print still comes out
at 13 inches on its longest
Although the underlying material is
mostly in the Public Domain due to its age or distribution
rights (some material is also exclusive to us) additional editing of damaged material, or other improvements, have been carried out
making this varied set a unique offering available
only from Collectaprint in this format.
It is provided at a
particularly low cost, mainly to cover materials
fees and various associated overheads.
Adobe Reader Format
The texts are presented in a convenient Adobe Reader
form (.pdf files) suitable for all computer systems
and which allows each title to be read individually
on a computer screen and at your leisure. This format also allows for all the essential illustrations to be shown in their full size, in-situ,
as opposed to the text-only 'e-books'
sometimes offered. Adobe reader itself
is completely free to download from the Adobe web
site, although it usually comes pre-installed
standard on most computers.