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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Costume Design Center Source List Updated February 2015 This is a compilation of sources for the reproduction of historic costume. The Costume Design Center does not endorse the quality or workmanship of any item or materials, neither does it recommend any manufacturer, company, supplier, or craftsperson’s goods or services listed. SUPPLIERS OF GENERAL 18TH CENTURY MERCHANDISE (patterns, fabric, clothing, accessories) AMAZON DRY GOODS (Victorian Clothing) 411 Brady Street, Davenport, IA 52801-1518 1-800-798-7979 (phone) 563-322-4003 (fax) http://www.amazondrygoods.com/ [email protected] AVALON FORGE 409 Gun Road, Baltimore, MD 21227 410-242-8431 http://www.avalonforge.com/ [email protected] BEAVER RIVER TRADING COMPANY (Native American supplies) 9556 Belfort Road, Croghan, NY 13327 315-346-1505 http://www.beaverrivertradingco.com/ [email protected] BRADLEY COMPANY OF THE FOX

4330 County Road S, Oshkosh WI 54904 920-233-5332 (phone) 920-233-1373 (fax)

http://www.bradleycompanyofthefox.com/main.html [email protected]

C&D JARNAGIN COMPANY 113 North Fillmore St, Corinth, MS 38834 662-287-4977 (phone) 662-287-6033 (fax) http://www.jarnaginco.com/ [email protected] COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG FOUNDATION HISTORIC AREA STORES: TARPLEY’S, MARY DICKINSON, PRENTIS, GOLDEN BALL, AND GREENHOW P.O. Box 1776, Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776 757-229-1000 (connect to the store of your choice) www.williamsburgmarketplace.com

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G.GEDNEY GODWIN, SUTLER OF MOUNT MISERY

P.O. Box 100, Valley Forge, PA 19481 610-783 0670 (phone) 610-783 6083 (fax) http://www.gggodwin.com/ [email protected]

HERO’S HAVEN (stockings) 2308 Pinecroft Drive, Burlington, NC 27217 336-350-1119 cell [email protected] MAGGIE MAY’S HISTORIC CLOTHING Susan Jarrett, Costume Historian 934 Elmwood Drive East Chattanooga, TN 37405 423-544-1451 www.maggiemayfashions.com ROY P. NAJECKI, NAJECKI REPRODUCTIONS 1203 Reynolds Road, Chepachet, RI, 02814-2400 401 647-3631 (phone) http://www.najecki.com/repro/reproindex.html [email protected] SENTRY POST, J. CRAIG NANNOS 222 Ashwood Road, Villanova, PA, 19085 610-520-1283 (phone) SMILING FOX FORGE 3500 County Road 234, Fremont, OH, 43420 419-334-8180 (phone and fax) http://www.smilingfoxforgellc.com/index.asp [email protected] SMOKE AND FIRE TRADING COMPANY 27 North River Road, Waterville, Ohio 43566 419 878-8535 (phone) 800-Smoke-Fi (766-5334) (phone) 419-878-3653 (fax) http://www.smoke-fire.com/ [email protected] JAMES TOWNSEND AND SON, INC.

133 North First St, PO Box 415, Pierceton, IN 46562 574-594-5852 (phone) 574-594-5580 (fax)

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http://jas-townsend.com/index.php Email via website THE WOODARD-ORGANISATION http://stores.ebay.com/The-Woodard-Organisation TURKEY FOOT TRADING COMPANY AND FORGE LLC, Allen and Colleen Schroll 13608 Monroe Road 1130, Madison, Missouri 65263 1-888-491-3466 (phone) 1-660-291-4842 (fax) http://www.turkeyfootllc.com/ [email protected] FABRICS/NOTIONS AW HAINSWORTH AND SONS, LTD Spring Valley Mills, Stanningley,Pudsey, West Yorkshire, LS28 6DW, United Kingdom +44 (0)113 257 0391 (phone) +44 (0)113 395 5686 (fax) http://www.hainsworth.co.uk/ [email protected] ATLANTA THREAD AND SUPPLY CO. (notions) 695 Red oak Road, Stockbridge, GA 30281 800-847-1001 (phone) 800-298-0403 (fax) http://store.atlantathread.com/ [email protected] BURNLEY AND TROWBRIDGE (books, fabric, notions, patterns) 108 Druid Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-253-1644 (phone) 757-253-9120 (fax) http://www.burnleyandtrowbridge.com [email protected] CLASS ACT FABRICS, Linda F. Learn PO Box 307, Tunkhannock,PA, 18657-0307 570-836-2318 (phone) http://www.classactfabrics.com/ [email protected] CLEARBROOK WOOLEN SHOP, Bill Lawrence (woolens) 3416 Martinsburg Pike, Clear Brook, VA 22624 540-662-3442 (phone) COLOPHON BOOK ARTS SUPPLY (linen tape) 3611 Ryan Street SE, Lacey, WA 98503 3

360-459-2940 (phone) 360-459-2945 (fax) http://www.colophonbookarts.com/ [email protected] COUNTRY CLOTH, INC., Charlie Childs (fabric) 13797-C Georgetown St. NE, Paris, OH 44669 http://www.crchilds.com/index.htm [email protected] DURANGO BUTTON COMPANY, INC. 19491 E 115th ST, Broken Arrow, OK 74014-4018 866.559.9911 (phone) 918.286.2533 (fax) http://www.durangobutton.com/ [email protected] FAMILY HEIRLOOM WEAVERS (fabrics) 125 O’San Lane, Red Lion, PA 17356 717-246-5797 (phone) http://www.familyheirloomweavers.com/ G STREET FABRICS (fabric, notions) Montrose Shopping Center, 5520 Randolph Rd, Rockville, MD 20852 301-231-8998 (phone) Sully Station, 5077 Westfields Blvd., Centreville, Virginia 20120 703-818-8090 (phone) Seven Corners Center , 6250 Seven Corners Center, Falls Church, Virginia 22044 703-241-1700 (phone) http://www.gstreetfabrics.com/ GOHN BROS. (cottons, millinery) P.O. Box 1110, Middlebury IN, 46540 574-825-2400 (phone) http://www.gohnbrothers.com/ Email via website GREENBERG AND HAMMER, INC. (notions, corsetry, materials) 535 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018-2446 800-955-5135 (phone) http://www.greenberg-hammer.com/ Email via website LIBECO-LAGAE, INC. 230 Fifth Avenue, 1300, New York NY 10001 212-764-1066 (phone) http://www.libeco.com/en/home.aspx 4

[email protected] KREINIK MFG. CO., INC. 1708 Gihon Rd. Parkersburg, WV 26102

304-422-8900 (phone) 304-428-4326 (fax) http://www.kreinik.com/index.html [email protected]

L. LAUFER AND CO., INC. (notions, corsetry) 115 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 800-334-9906 (phone) ANNE E. MEYER (fabric) 3656 Polk Hollow Road, Chillicothe, OH 45601 614-774-1770 (phone) RICHARD THE THREAD (notions) 10405 Washington Blvd, Culver City ,Ca 90232 1-800-473-4997 (phone) 1-310-837-4997 (phone) 1-310-836-4996 (fax) http://www.richardthethread.com Email via website SILK SURPLUS / BARANZELLI (fabrics) 938 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10022-2701 212-753-6511 (phone) http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hstrial-Baranzelli/StoreFront.bok EDWARD STEIN WOOLEN CORPORATION 184-08 Jamaica Avenue Hollis, NY 11423 718-454-7475 (phone) SUNFLOWER FABRICS 66 Phillpotts Avenue, Bedford MK40 3UD, United Kingdom [+44] 1234 273819 (phone) http://www.sunflowerfabrics.com/index.htm TESTFABRICS, INC. (cottons) P.O. Box 26, West Pittson, PA 18643 570-603-0432 (phone) 570-603-0433 (fax) http://www.testfabrics.com TEXTILE REPRODUCTIONS, Kathleen B. Smith (fabrics, notions) PO Box 70, W. Chesterfield, MA 01084 5

413-296-4437 (phone) http://www.texrepro.com [email protected] THAI SILK COMPANY (silk) PO Box Onnuch 88, Bangchak, Prakagong, Bangkok, 10260 Thailand 662-762-2600 (phone) 662-762-2609 (fax) http://www.jimthompsonfabrics.com/ THISTLE HILL WEAVERS 101 Chestnut Ridge Road, Cherry Valley, NY 13320 518-284-2729 (phone) http://www.thistlehillweavers.com Email via website TINSEL TRADING COMPANY (trims, ribbons) 1 West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018 212-730-1030 (phone) 212-768-8823 (fax) http://www.tinseltrading.com [email protected] ULSTER LINEN COMPANY (linen) 383 Moffit Blvd, Islip, NY 11751 631-859-5244 (phone) 631-859-4990 (fax) http://www.ulsterlinen.com/ Email via website WOOLRICH WOOLEN MILLS (woolens)

2 Mill Street, P.O.Box 138, Woolrich, PA 17779 1-800-995-1299 x2327 (phone)

http://www.woolrichfabrics.com/ Email via Website

YLI CORPORATION (notions) 1439 Dave Lyle Blvd. #16C Rock Hill, SC 29730 803-985-3100 (phone) 803-985-3106 (fax) http://www.ylicorp.com/ [email protected]

PATTERNS/TAILOR MADE ALTER YEARS FOR THE COSTUMER 6

P.O. Box 98, Rosemead CA 91770 626-569-9919 (phone) 626-569-9909 (fax) http://www.alteryears.com/ [email protected] BARBARA J. BLACK (tailor) 424 Vickroy Avenue, 1st Floor, Johnstown, PA 15905 814-288-3255 (phone) HENRY M. COOK, IV (tailor) 721 South Main Street, Randolph, MA 02368 718-963-9645 (phone) CREATIVE CLOTHES, Keith Reynolds 330 North Church Street, Thurmont, MD 21788 301-695-5340 (phone) FOLKWEAR PATTERNS (patterns) The Old Fire Station, Box 189, Barnardsville, NC 28709-0189 1-888-200-9099 (phone) 1-828-626-3030 (fax)

http://www.folkwear.com Email via website

KANNIK’S KORNER, Fritz and Kathleen Kannik, Proprietors (tailor, patterns) P.O. Box 1654, Springfield, OH 45501-1654 937-325-8385 (phone) http://www.kannikskorner.com/ MILL FARM PERIOD PATTERNS (patterns) Available via Smoke and Fire and other sutlers MODISTE MANTUA-MAKER, Delia R. Stewart-Deatherage 720 Old Colony Drive, Richmond, TX 77469-2123 218-342-5431 (phone) OLD TIME PATTERNS, Sandy Gowland, Proprietress PO Box 1395, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948 (252)294-1362 www.oldtimepatterns.com email via website PAST PATTERNS (19th century patterns) (937) 223-3722 (phone) http://www.pastpatterns.com/ [email protected] 7

PEGEE PATTERNS (patterns) P.O. Box 127, Williamsburg, VA 23187-0127 http://www.pegee.com/ [email protected] DEBORA PETERSON (stay maker) 1475 Sumneytown Pike, Harleysville, PA 19438 THE RECOLLECTIONS OF J.P. RYAN PO Box 1016, Randallstown, MD 21133 http://www.jpryan.com/ [email protected] THREAD THE NEEDLE, CREATIONS BY AL AND SANDY THOMAS 1838 Larkin Road, Boothwyn , PA 19061 610-482-5718 OR 134 Orchard Street, Plymouth, PA 18651 717-779-0910 SHOES (Also consult listings in SUPPLIERS OF GENERAL 18TH CENTURY MERCHANDISE) ANELLO AND DAVIDE 15 St. Albans Grove, Kensington, London, W8 5BP, England 020 7938 2255 (phone) http://www.anellodavide.com/ [email protected] BAINBRIDGE TRADITIONAL BOOTMAKERS (Incorporating Timefarer Footwear) The Square, Timsbury, Bath, BA3 1HY, United Kingdom 01761-471430 (phone) 01761-471430 (fax) BURNLEY AND TROWBRIDGE (women’s and children’s shoes) 108 Druid Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-253-1644 (phone) 757-253-9120 (fax) http://www.burnleyandtrowbridge.com [email protected] FOOT MOUNTAIN COBBLERY, Jim Yeiser 411 S Washington Street, Baltimore, MD 21231-2709 410-563-0116 (phone) 8

FUGAWEE CORPORATION 1400 H-2 Capital Circle, N.E., Tallahassee, FL 32308 800-605-8280 (phone) http://www.fugawee.com/ [email protected] SARAH JUNIPER, CORDWAINER 109 Woodmancote, Dursely, Gloucestershire, GL114AH, United Kingdom +44 (0) 1453 545675 (phone) +44 (0) 1453 546060 (fax) http://www.sarahjuniper.co.uk/ [email protected] TIMEFARER FOOTWEAR SHOEMAKERS SEE BAINBRIDGE TRADITIONAL BOOTMAKERS WALRUS SHOE AND LEATHER COMPANY W8295 Hwy 11, Delavan, WI 53115 262-882-6006 (phone) 262-882-6060 (fax) http://www.walrusshoe.com [email protected] MILLINERY ANVIL ARMS, LUTHER SOWERS 5050 Statesville Blvd., Salisbury, NC 28144 704-633-4170 BOLLMAN HAT COMPANY (felt hat, supplies) http://www.bollmanhats.com/ Email via website CLEARWATER HAT COMPANY 1007 Clearwater Road, Timbo, Arkansas 72680 870- 615-0555 (phone) http://www.clearwaterhats.com/default.htm HAENTZE HATCRAFTERS 20 North Springfield Rd., Clifton Heights, PA 19018 610-623-2620 (phone) 610-623-2620 or 610-284-2620 (fax) http://hatcrafters.com/ [email protected] JOHN WM. MCMICKING (custom hats) 179 Melville Street, Dundas, Ontario L9H 2A9 Canada 9

905-627-7492 JUDITH M MILLINERY SUPPLY HOUSE 104 S. Detroit St, LaGrange, IN. 46761 (260) 499-4407 (phone) http://www.judithm.com/ [email protected] MANNY’S MILLINERY SUPPLY CENTER http://shop.mannys-millinery.com/ and http://www.mannys-millinery.com/ 212-840-2235 or 212-840-2236 (phone) 212-944-0178 (fax) Email via website WASHINGTON MILLINERY (wire forms, supplies) 8340 Beechcraft Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD 20879 800-368-2753 and 301-963-4444 (phone) 301-963-8402 (fax) http://www.washingtonmillinerysupply.com/800.html [email protected] RENTAL COSTUMES (Consult your local phone book for more rental sources) ANVIL ARMS, LUTHER SOWERS (specializing in historic military uniforms and accouterments) 5050 Statesville Blvd., Salisbury, NC 28144 704-633-4170 DODGER COSTUME RENTAL, INC. 601 W 26th St., New York, NY 10001 212-243-0492 (phone) 212-243-1534 (fax) WESTERN COSTUME COMPANY 11041 Vanowen Street, North Hollywood, CA 91605 818-760-0900 (phone) 818-508-0468 (fax) http://costumerssupplies.com/home.html [email protected]

ORGANIZATIONS/PUBLICATIONS AMERICAN QUILT STUDY GROUP

1610 L Street , Lincoln, NE 68508-2509 402- 477-1181 (phone/fax) http://www.americanquiltstudygroup.org/ [email protected] 10

ASSOCIATION FOR LIVING HISTORICAL FARMS AND AGRICULTURAL MUSEUMS Judith Sheridan, Secretary/Treasurer 8774 Rte. 45 NW, North Bloomfield, OH 44450 440-685-4410 (phone) http://www.alhfam.org/ [email protected] or [email protected] BRIGADE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1690 Bowmansville Rd., Mohnton, PA 19540 800-GOREVWAR http://www.brigade.org/ [email protected] COMPANY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS P.O. Box 910, Rutland, MA 01543 http://www.military-historians.org/ [email protected] COSTUME, THE JOURNAL OF THE COSTUME SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN Publications: W.S. Maney and Sons, Ltd. Subscriptions Dept., Hudson Road, Leeds, LS9 7DL The Costume Society of Great Britain, Pat Poppy, Membership Secretary 56 Wareham Rd., Lytchett Matravers, Poole, Dorset, BH16 6DS, United Kingdom http://www.costumesociety.org.uk COSTUME RESEARCH JOURNAL A Publication of the Costume Design and Technology Commission of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology http://www.usitt.org/ and http://www.costumes.org/computer/crj/1index.htm (website currently being updated) DRESS, THE JOURNAL OF THE COSTUME SOCIETY OF AMERICA Costume Society of America 390 Amwell Road, Suite 402, Hillsborough, NJ 08844 800-CSA-9447 or 908-359-1471 (phone) 908-450-1118 (fax) http://www.costumesocietyamerica.com/dress.htm [email protected] FAN ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA FANA President 1011 West G Street , Jenks, OK 74037-2521 [email protected] [email protected] http://www.fanassociation.org/ FIBERLINE MAGAZINE for MICHIGAN FIBER FEST (sources and services for natural fiber products) P.O. Box 744, Hastings, MI 49058 11

269-948-2497 http://www.michiganfiberfestival.info/ HONORABLE COMPANY OF CORDWAINERS, c/o Al Saguto Shoemaker, P.O. Box 1776, Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776 MIDWEST OPEN-AIR MUSEUMS COORDINATING COUNCIL (MOMCC) 319-286-5763 (phone) 319-286-5764 (fax) http://www.momcc.org/ http://www.momcc.org/The%20Magazine.htm Midwest Open Air Museums Magazine Editor-in-Chief Dan Schoeneberg [email protected] SMOKE AND FIRE NEWS 27 North River Road, Waterville, Ohio 43566 419-878-8535 and 800-766-5334 (phone) http://www.smoke-fire.com/smoke-fire-newspaper.asp [email protected] THREADS MAGAZINE Taunton Home and Garden Network 63 South Main Street, P.O. Box 5506, Newtown, CT 06470-5506 http://www.threadsmagazine.com/ MISCELLANEOUS HOLLINGER METAL EDGE CORPORATION (archival supplies) 9401 Northeast Dr., Fredericksburg, VA 22408 800-634-0491 (phone) 800-947-8814 (fax) http://www.hollingermetaledge.com/ [email protected] BIBLIOGRAPHY Arnold, Janet. A Handbook of Costume. London: MacMillan, 1973. Patterns of Fashion 1: Englishwomen’s Dresses and Their Construction c. 1660-1860. Drama Book Publishers, 1977. Ashelford, Jane. The Art of Dress, Clothes, and Society, 1500-1914. The national Trust (Laura Ashley), London: National Trust Enterprises Ltd., 1996. Distributed in North America, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York. Baumgarten, Linda. Eighteenth-Century Clothing at Wiliamsburg. Williamsburg, VA: Colonial 12

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