The bulk of the Collection consists of reproductions of stenciled walls found in American structures dating to the Federal Period, 1790-1840, mostly from Rhode Island. Roger Williams University collection, available through JSTOR.
Emphasis on but not limited to early America. Image resources and digitized books, including botanical and zoological illustration, ceramics, and more. Images may be used freely for educational purposes. For other uses, contact the University of Wisconsin Library.
Established by Frederick Parker in 1869, the company changed its name to Parker Knoll in the 1930s and became famous for its quality upholstery and tension springing system. The archive includes details of almost every model from the 1870s to 2003, with photographs and related advertising and publicity material. From London Metropolitan University via JSTOR.
A collection of drawings, sketches, and digital objects pertaining to the design process used by the Gorham Manufacturing Company to create its hand-crafted consumer silver products. From Brown Digital Repository.
"The mission of the Society of Arts + Crafts is to support and celebrate craft makers and their creativity. The organization’s vision is to build and sustain a vibrant and diverse community and to shape the future of craft."
"Folk Figures : A Survey of Norwegian and Norwegian-American Artifacts in The Upper Midwest...virtual exhibit of objects ranging from the 17th century through the 1930's that depict animals, humans, birds, fish, or supernatural figures."