Cocheco Manufacturing Company Textile Print Sample Book Collection

Collection Details

Object ID: 2017.84.0.1
Creator: Cocheco Manufacturing Company 
Inclusive Dates: circa 1880-1890
Size: Approximately 66 cubic ft. (109 boxes)
Language: English

Collection Access & Use

Item Location: Not Currently On Exhibit

Access Restrictions: This is an UNPROCESSED COLLECTION and has not yet been prepared for routine service (i.e. housed for safe handling, labeled, and cataloged). Access may be restricted in order to maintain physical and intellectual control, and is at the discretion of archives personnel. Researchers interested in access to unprocessed collections should contact Benson Ford Research Center staff to discuss collection availability.

Credit: From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885 Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885 Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

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Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

August 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.9

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

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thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885 Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

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Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

September 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.10

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2200 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2201 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2201 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

August 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.11

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2201 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2202 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2202 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

August 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.12

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2202 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2203 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2203 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

August 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.13

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2203 A and B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., August 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

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Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

September 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.14

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

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  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

September 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.15

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2204 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

The national attraction for discovering your ingenuity while exploring America’s spirit of innovation. There is always much to see and do at The Henry Ford.

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  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

September 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.16

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 A, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

The national attraction for discovering your ingenuity while exploring America’s spirit of innovation. There is always much to see and do at The Henry Ford.

VIEW CALENDAR

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

  Details

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

Artifact

Proof (Printed matter)

Date Made

September 1885

Summary

During the 19th century, New England textile mills manufactured billions of yards of fabric for the mass market, producing roller-printed cottons using increasingly complex mechanized processes. Colorful cotton prints, like those made by Cocheco Manufacturing Company, became affordable to almost everyone.

Object ID

2017.84.0.1.17

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of American Textile History Museum.

Location

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Get more details in Digital Collections at:

thehenryford.org

Engraver Sheet for Textile Fabric Style No. 2205 B, Cocheco Mfg. Co., September 1885

View in our Collectionson thehenryford.org 

What is The Henry Ford?

The national attraction for discovering your ingenuity while exploring America’s spirit of innovation. There is always much to see and do at The Henry Ford.

VIEW CALENDAR

  Details