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Name Mrs. A. H. Taylor Company (Bowling Green, KY)
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Image of Crepon is the leading wear of the season - Mrs. A. H. Taylor, Bowling Green, Ky.

Crepon is the leading wear of the season - Mrs. A. H. Taylor, Bowling Green, Ky.

Notice from Mrs. A. H. Taylor of Bowling Green, Ky. regarding the fabric crepon and the importance of adding a black suit to any lady's wardrobe. 8.5 x 15 cm.

Image of Records - Taylor, Carrie Burnam, 1855-1917

Records - Taylor, Carrie Burnam, 1855-1917

Minute book of the Mrs. A. H. Taylor Company, Bowling Green. Includes some financial information and related correspondence.

Image of Papers - Centers, Janice Faye Walker

Papers - Centers, Janice Faye Walker

"A Kentucky Dressmaker, Mrs. A. H. (Carrie) Taylor: An Examination of Her Role in Fashion at the Turn of the Century," M.S. thesis submitted by Janice Faye Walker Centers to WKU Department of Home Economics and Family Living. Includes typescripts of correspondence with descendants of Taylor and her customers.

Image of Papers - Jureka, Theresa L.

Papers - Jureka, Theresa L.

"Women and Work at the Turn of the Century: The Mrs. A. H. Taylor Dressmaking Company," M.A. thesis submitted by Theresa L. Jureka ot WKU Department of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies.

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Records - Taylor, Carrie (Burnam), 1855-1917

Payroll book of the Mrs. A. H. Taylor Company, a Bowling Green dressmaking firm, listing names of employees, number of days worked per week, and pay rates. Includes a 1992 letter advising of the death of the donor of the book.

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Papers - Beckwith, Louise (Taylor), 1882-1959 (SC 200)

Letter, 10 September 1941, from Louise Beckwith, Pasadena, California, to Camilla Gerard, Bowlilng Green, Kentucky, relating information about Beckwith's mother, Carrie (Burnam) Taylor, who had a well-known dress-making establishment in Bowling Green from 1878 until her death in 1917. Also includes copy of a 1914 newspaper article about Mrs. Taylor and her business.

Image of Papers - Rigsby, Clinton, 1882-1970

Papers - Rigsby, Clinton, 1882-1970

Personal and business correspondence as well as financial records kept by Clinton Rigsby, a farmer, salesman, and accountant of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes information about the strawberry industry in Warren County as well as the Mrs. A.H. Taylor & Company, a dressmanking establishment in Bowling Green.

Image of Papers - Rodes, John Barret, 1870-1970

Papers - Rodes, John Barret, 1870-1970

Correspondence, photographs, and business and personal papers, primarily of Robert Rodes, Sr. of Danville, Kentucky, and John Barret Rodes of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes material related to their ancestors and descendants, as well as to members of the Grider, Hines, Helm, Loving and associated families.

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Papers - Coombs Family

Correspondence, photographs, business records and miscellaneous papers of the Coombs, Robertson and related families of Warren and Simpson counties in Kentucky and of Alabama, Texas and Tennessee. Includes correspondence, personal papers and research of Elizabeth Robertson Coombs, librarian at the Kentucky Library, Western Kentucky University.

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Mrs. A. H .Taylor, Bowling Green, Ky. [records] -

Documents received by Mrs. Lattie Robertson Coombs (1870-1958) from the dressmaking company of Mrs. A. H. Taylor, Bowling Green, Ky. Includes blank order form, a detailed invoice for making a dress [with cost of a suit added] dated May 4, 1893, a detailed invoice for making a suit, an organdy dress, and alteration of a dress dated Nov. 21, 1896, and Mrs. A. H. Taylor's receipt for $31.96 dated Dec. 14, 1904. Note: Business address in 1893 is State Street and in 1896 it reads "Nos. 521 and 523 Main Street." 4 items.