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A vintage hussif, and the history of hussifs or housewives  thedreamstress.com

A lucky sixpence hussif (and what are hussuf or housewives)

This building was the first silk mill in Belding. It was built by the Belding Brothers in 1886 and then immediately sold. Belding Bros & Co reacquired in 1907. Like all of the silk mills in Belding it was closed by 1932. I'm not sure what it did for the next 50 years, but in 1986 it was redeveloped into the Silk Mill Apartments. Today it's called Flats on the River.

This building was the first silk mill in Belding. It was built by the Belding Brothers in 1886 and then immediately sold. Belding Bros & Co reacquired in 1907. Like all of the silk mills in Belding it was closed by 1932. I'm not sure what it did for the next 50 years, but in 1986 it was redeveloped into the Silk Mill Apartments. Today it's called Flats on the River.

Vintage 1910s 1920s Silk Fabric Belding's Silk

Vintage 1910s 1920s Silk Fabric Belding's Silk

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I think threads like this one would look fab on our party table!  Belding Corticelli Pure Silk Hand Sewing by FahrenheitVintage.   What a fantastic colour.

I think threads like this one would look fab on our party table! Belding Corticelli Pure Silk Hand Sewing by FahrenheitVintage. What a fantastic colour.

This vintage ad was scanned from an original Ladies Home Journal from 1906. It's an ad for Belding's Silk. Among the permanent industries of the United States were the silk manufacturing plants of the Belding Brothers & Company. They had mills located in four states and Canada - Rockville, Ct, Northampton, MA, Belding, MI, Montreal, Canada, and Petaluma, CA. All these mills ranked with the very best from the point of view of modern factory construction, mechanical equipment and liberal…

Vintage Belding's Silk Ad from 1906 Poster

This vintage ad was scanned from an original Ladies Home Journal from 1906. It's an ad for Belding's Silk. Among the permanent industries of the United States were the silk manufacturing plants of the Belding Brothers & Company. They had mills located in four states and Canada - Rockville, Ct, Northampton, MA, Belding, MI, Montreal, Canada, and Petaluma, CA. All these mills ranked with the very best from the point of view of modern factory construction, mechanical equipment and liberal…

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