Publications Based On Research in the Osborne Library

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Books/Articles/Presentations Researched at the Museum

Armstrong, John Borden.  Factory under the Elms: A History of Harrisville, New Hampshire, 1774-1969.  Cambridge, Mass.: Published for The Merrimack Valley Textile Museum by The M.I.T. Press, c1969.

Bahr, Betsy W.  New England Mill Engineering: Rationalization and Reform in Textile Mill Design, 1790-1920. Ph.D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1987.

Bahr, Betsy W.  “Nineteenth-Century Textile Mill Design and the Factory Workplace,” paper given at the annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology, Oct. 1982.

Blewett, Mary H.  Constant Turmoil: The Politics of Industrial Life in Nineteenth-Century New England.  Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press, c2000.

Blewett, Mary H.  We Will Rise in Our Might: Workingwomen’s Voices from Nineteenth-Century New England.  Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, c1991.

Bourque, Monique C.-E.  Virtue, Industry, and Independence: Almshouses and Labor in the Philadelphia Region, 1791-1860.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1995.

Cameron, Ardis.  Radicals of the Worst Sort: Laboring Women in Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1860-1912.  Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, c1993.

Candee, Richard. “The Early New England Textile Village in Art, “Antiques Magazine (Dec. 1970): 910-915.

Candee, Richard. “Architecture and Corporation Planning in the Early Waltham System,” in  Essays from The Lowell Conference on Industrial History, 1982-83: The Arts and Industrialism, The Industrial City.  Robert Weible, ed. Boston: Boston University, 1985.

Candee, Richard. “New England Mill Towns of the Piscataqua River Valley, 1815 – 1855,” in The Company Town: Architecture and Society in the Early Industrial Age,  John Garner, ed., Oxford Univ. Press, 1992.

Candee, Richard. “The Hibbert Latch Needle Mystery Unravelled: Patent Control of 19th Century American Knitting Machines,” in Textiles in Early New England II; Four Centuries of Material Life, The Dublin Seminar for Early New England Folklife. Annual Proceedings 1999 (Boston: Boston University, 2001), pp. 114-134.

Candee, Richard. “British Frame Workers in New England: Technology Transfer and Machine Knitting in Nineteenth-century America, 1820-1900,” Textile History   31:1 (Spring 2000).

Candee, Richard.  “Socks and Stockings, Shirts, Drawers and Sashes: Hand and Machine Knitting for the Union Army,” The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association (Dec. 2000):140-153.

Candee, Richard. “The Ipswich Story: Technology & Low-cost American Hosiery Production,” The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, 55:1 (March 2002): 1-11.

Candee, Richard.  “’Old Portsmouth…Home of the Stocking Business’: A Forgotten 19th century Industry and its Inventors,” Historical New Hampshire 57 (Fall/Winter 2002):85-107.

Candee, Richard. “Thomas Crane and N.P. Hopkins Market the Crane Knitter, 1867-1876,” The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, 57:3 (Sept. 2004):111-118.

Candee, Richard. The Hand Cranked Knitter and Sock Machine, A Social History and Catalogue of 19th and 20th Century Home Knitters of American Invention.  Madison, Wis.: Cottonwood Hill Publishing Co., 2005.

Dublin, Thomas, ed.  Farm to Factory: Women’s Letters, 1830-1860.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1981.

Dublin, Thomas. Transforming Women’s Work: New England Lives in the Industrial Revolution.  Ithaca, N.Y. and London: Cornell University Press, c1994.

Dublin, Thomas.  Women at Work: The Transformation of Work and Community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1979.

Dunwell, Steve.  The Run of the Mill: A Pictorial Narrative of the Expansion, Dominion, Decline and Enduring Impact of the New England Textile Industry.  Boston: David R. Godine, 1978.

Eisler, Benita, ed.  The Lowell Offering: Writings by New England Mill Women (1840-1845).  Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1983.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L. “Calico Fabric,” Encyclopedia USA, ed. by Archie P. McDonald.  Gulf Breeze, Fla.: Academic International Press, 1986.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L.  “Identification of Professionally and Home Woven Textiles,” Arts Textrina, 11 (1989):153-170.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L.  “Textile Commemoratives and Broadsides from New England’s Mid-Nineteenth Century.”  Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Textiles in New England II: Four Centuries of Material Life.  Boston: Boston University Press, 2001, pp. 195-211.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L. [Textile entries] in the Dictionary of Art, Jane Shoaf Turner, ed.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L. and Karen J. Herbaugh.  Textiles for Victorian and Edwardian Clothing, 1880-1920.  Arlington, Va.: Sally Queen & Associates, c2004.

Folsom, Michael B. and Steven Lubar, eds.  The Philosophy of Manufactures: Early Debates over Industrialization in the United States.  Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1982.

Garner, John S.  The Model Company Town: Urban Design through Private Enterprise in Nineteenth-Century New England.  Amherst, Mass.: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.

Gerstle, Gary.  Working-Class Americanism: The Politics of Labor in a Textile City, 1914-1960.  Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Gerstle, Gary.  The Rise of Industrial Unionism: Class, Ethnicity and Labor Organization in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, 1931-1941.  Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University, 1982.

Goldberg, David.  Immigrants, Intellectuals and Industrial Unions: The 1919 Textile Strikes and the Experience of the Amalgamated Textile Workers of America in Passaic and Paterson, N.J. and Lawrence, Massachusetts.  Ph.D. thesis, Columbia University, 1984.

Goldberg, David.  A Tale of Three Cities: Labor Organization and Protest in Paterson, Passaic and Lawrence, 1916-21.  New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1989.

Gordon, Beverly.  Shaker Textile Arts.  Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, with the cooperation of the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum and Shaker Community, Inc., 1980.

Gross, Laurence.  The Course of Industrial Decline: The Boott Cotton Mills of Lowell, Mass., 1835-1955.  Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, c1993.

Hay, Duncan E.  Building the New City on the Merrimack: The Essex Company and Its Role in the Creation of Lawrence, Massachusetts.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1986.

Herbaugh, Karen J.  “Needles and Pens: the Sewing diaries of Four American Women, 1883-1920.”  Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Proceedings, June 2006.  Boston: Boston University, 2009.

Herbaugh, Karen J.  “The Associated American Artists: Textile Art for the Masses,” Textile Society of America, Proceedings of a Symposium, 2002.

Hudon, Paul.  The Valley and Its Peoples, An Illustrated History of the Lower Merrimack.  Woodlands, Calif.: Windsor, 1982.

Jeremy, David J.  “Innovation in American Textile Technology during the Early 19th Century,” Technology and Culture, vol. 14, no. 1 (January 1973): 40-76.

Jeremy, David J.  Technology and Power in the Early American Cotton Industry.  Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1990.

Jeremy, David.  Transatlantic Industrial Revolution: The Diffusion of Textile Technology between Britain and America, 1790-1830’s.  Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1982.

Jeremy, David John.  The Transmission of Cotton and Woollen Manufacturing Technologies Between Britain and the U.S.A. from 1790 to the 1830s.  Ph.D. thesis, The London School of Economics & Political Science, London: University of London, c1978.

Kulik, Gary, et al, eds.  The New England Mill Village, 1790-1860.  Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1982.

Kulik, Gary and Julia Bonham.  Rhode Island: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1978.

Leavitt, Thomas W., ed.  The Hollingworth Letters: Technical Change in the Textile Industry, 1826-37. Cambridge, Mass.: The Society for the History of Technology and MIT Press, 1969.

Lazonick, William.  “Factor Costs and the Diffusion of Ring Spinning in Britain Prior to WWI,” (in) Quarterly Journal of Economics, Feb. 1981.

Lazonick, William. “Industrial Relations and Technical Change: the Case of the Self-Acting Mule, (in) Cambridge Journal of Economics, no. 3 (1979).

Leary, Thomas.  The Davis & Furber Machine Shop.  Ph.D. thesis, Brown University, 1985.

Leary, Thomas, et al.  Industrial Heritage ’84. New England Guidebook (Rhode Island & Southeastern Mass.  Washington, D.C.: Society for Industrial Archeology, 1984.

Leary, Thomas.  Industrial Ecology and the Labor Process: The Redefinition of Craft in New England Textile Machinery Shops, 1820-1860.  Pawtucket, R.I.: Slater Mill Historic Site, 1983.

Lubar, Steve.  Corporate and Urban Contexts of Textile Technology in Nineteenth-Century Lowell, Massachusetts: a Study of the Social Nature of Technology Knowledge. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1983.

Malone, Patrick, et al.  Forge of Innovation: An Industrial History of the Springfield Armory, 1794-1968.  Washington, D.C.: Eastern National, 2008.

Malone, Patrick, ed.  Green Engineering: Parks and Promenades in the Industrial Community. Special Theme Issue in: IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology, Vol. 24, no. 1 (1998).

Malone, Patrick. Waterpower in Lowell: Engineering and Industry in Nineteenth-Century America.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. Won the Neaverson Prize from the Society for Industrial Archaeology. Download online notes.

Malone, Patrick and Michael Raber.  Reconstruction of Main Street and Market Square, Woonsocket, Rhode Island.  Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Dept. of Transportation, 1997. (RIDOT Archaeological Series, no. 134)

Malone, Patrick and Robert B. Gordon.  The Texture of Industry: An Archaeological View of the Industrialization of North America.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1994.  Won 1994 AIA International Book Award.

Malone, Patrick. “Surplus Water, Hybrid Power Systems, and Industrial Expansion in Lowell,” (in) IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology, Vol. 31, no. 1 (2005):23-40.

Malone, Patrick. “Experimental Industrial Archaeology: Imitation in Pursuit of Authenticity,” (in) IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology, Vol. 26, no. 1 (2000):85-94.

Malone, Patrick and Charles Parrott.  “Greenways in the Industrial City: Parks and Promenades Along the Lowell Canals,” (in) IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology, Vol. 24, no. 1 (1998):19-40.

Malone, Patrick. “Little Kinks and Devices at Springfield Armory, 1892-1918,” (in) IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology, Vol. 14, no. 1 (1988):58-76. Won the 1989 Norton Prize from SIA.

Malone, Patrick, with Briann Greenfield.  “’Things’ That Work: The Artifacts of Industrialization,” Magazine of History, Vol. 15, no. 1 (Fall 2000): 14-18.

Malone, Patrick.  “A Good Guide for the Engineer: James B. Francis and Flow Measurement in Lowell,” News From the Burndy Library, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Winter, 1997): 16-20.

Malone, Patrick, with Michael Raber.  “Navigation and Waterpower: The Connecticut River’s Enfield Canal,” Canal History and Technology Proceedings, Vol. 13, (1994): 6-47.

Malone, Patrick.  “The New England Textile Industry and Mass Production,” in Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing (1985).

Malone, Patrick.  “Museums and the History of Technology,” The Weaver of Information and Perspectives on Technological Literacy, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Fall 1984):1-2.  Reprint of 1978 article in Humanities Perspective.

Malone, Patrick.  “Historical Aspects of Hydropower” Current, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 1982): 12-14.

Malone, Patrick.  “Teaching the History of Technology in Museums,” Humanities Perspectives on Technology, No. 9 (Dec. 1978): 3-6.

Malone, Patrick, with Slater Mill staff and consultants.  Inventory of Historic Resources for the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor.  Uxbridge, Mass.: Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission, 1990.

Malone, Patrick, with Beth Parkhurst.  An Interpretive Essay from the Inventory of Historic Cultural Resources in the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor.  Pawtucket, R.I.: Slater Mill Historic Site, 1989.

Malone, Patrick, contributor.  Waves on the Industrial Shore: Industrial Archeology in Coastal Connecticut and Rhode Island.  Washington, D.C.: Society for Industrial Archeology, 1986.

Malone, Patrick, with Robert Weible.  The Lowell Water Power System: The Pawtucket Gatehouse Hydraulic Turbine.  New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1985.

Malone, Patrick, with R. Greenwood, G. Kulik, and T. Leary.  Guidebook: Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts Excursion.  Washington, D.C.: Society for Industrial Archeology, 1984.

Malone, Patrick.  Canals and Industry: Engineering in Lowell, 1821-1880.  Lowell, Mass.: The Lowell Museum, 1983.

Malone, Patrick, with Gary Kulik.  The Wilkinson Mill.  American Society of mechanical Engineers, 1977.

Malone, Patrick, contributor.  Lowell: Report of the Lowell Historic Canal District.  Commission to the Ninety-Fifth Congress of the U.S.  1977.  Report won three national awards.

Malone, Patrick.  The Lowell Canal System.  Lowell, Mass.: The Lowell Museum, 1976.

Malone, Patrick.  “Cities at the Falls: Waterpower in American Industrial Development,” in Proceedings of The International Symposium on Water and City in Kanazawa.  Kanazawa, Japan (2010): 53-60.

Malone, Patrick.  “Industrial Preservation and Reuse” in Burt Feintuch and David Watters, eds., Encyclopedia of New England.  New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2005, pp. 860-861.

Malone, Patrick, with Michael Raber.  “Valley Falls Park,” in Rick Greenwood and Jonathan Kranz, eds., Providence, R.I.  Providence: Society for Industrial Archeology, 2004, pp. 40-41.

Malone, Patrick, with Charles Parrott.  “A Public Ornament of the City: Corporate Greenspace in Lowell, Mass.,” in Cheryl Kollin, ed., Engineering Green.  Washington, D.C.: American Forests, 2003, pp. 26-30.

Mass, William. Technological Change and Industrial Relations: The Diffusion of Automatic Weaving in the U.S. and Britain.  Ph.D. thesis, Boston College, 1984.

Mass, William and Charles Levenstein.  “Labor Relations, Technology and Occupational Disease: Banning the Suck Shuttle in Massachusetts, 1911.” Paper presented at Business History Conference, Hartford, Conn., 1984.

Mass, William. “Mechanical and Organizational Innovation: the Drapers and the Automatic Loom,” (in) Business History Review, Winter 1989.

Minchin, Timothy.  Empty mills: the fight against imports and the decline of the U.S. textile industry.  Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., c2013.

Moran, William.  The Belles of New England: The Women of the Textile Mills and the Families whose Wealth They Wove.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, c2002.

Paterson, Katherine.  Lyddie.  New York: Lodestar Books, 1991. (novel)

Pernis, Paul Van.  “Homer F. Livermore—weaving loom repair and the development of the Stanley Shuttle Plane,” in The Chronicle of Early American Industries (December 2012): 144-154.

Prude, Jonathan.  The Coming of Industrial Order: Town and Factory Life in Rural Massachusetts, 1810-1860.  Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Schinto, Jeanne.  Huddle Fever: Living in the Immigrant City.  New York: Knopf, 1995.

Sheridan, Clare M.  “The American Textile Industry: Promoting the Image, the Process, and the Product,” in The Chronicle of the Early American Industries, Vol. 62, no. 3 (Sept. 2009).

Sheridan, Clare M.  “Carpetmaking,” (in) Historical Dictionary of American Industrial Language, ed. by William H. Mulligan.  New York: Greenwood Press, 1988.

Sheridan, Clare M.  “Labor Material in the Collections of the Museum of American Textile History,” in Labor History Archives in the United States: A Guide for Researching and Teaching, ed. by Daniel J. Leab and Philip P. Mason. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992.

Sheridan, Clare M.  “Textile Manufacturing in American History: a bibliography,” Textile History, 118 (Spring 1987):59-86.

Sheridan, Clare M. “Thrown Away and Worn Away: Textile Industry Ephemera.” (in) AB Bookman’s Weekly, May 4, 1987.

Sisson, William A.  Bell Hours: Work Values and Discipline in the American Textile Industry, 1787-1880.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1985.

Selden, Bernice.  The Mill Girls: Lucy Larcom, Harriet Hanson Robinson, Sarah G. Bagley.  New York: Atheneum, 1983.

Steinberg, Theodore.  Nature Incorporated: Industrialization and the Waters of New England.  Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Wass, Ann Buermann.  Natural and Synthetic Dye Use for Protein Fibers in the American Textile Industry, 1856-1891.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Maryland, 1992.

Wermiel, Sara.  “Mill Fire Protection Methods Enter the Mainstream,” (in) The Fireproof Building: Technology and Public Safety in the Nineteenth-Century American City. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.

Wermiel, Sara.  National Park Service and Massachusetts Historical Commission. Successful National Register Nomination for Stevens Linen Works Historic District, 2010.

Wilson, Kathleen Curtis.  Textile Art from Southern Appalachia: The Quiet Work of Women.  Published in conjunction with the exhibition…organized and presented by the American Textile History Museum, Lowell, Mass. [February 4-May 27, 2001].  Johnson City, Tenn.: The Overmountain Press, c2001.

Wright, Helena.  “Sarah Bagley: A Biographical Note,” Labor History, vol. 20, no. 3 (Summer 1979): 398-413.

Wright, Helena.  “The Uncommon Mill Girls of Lowell,” History Today, vol. 23, no. 1 (January 1973): 10-19.

Zaroulis, Nancy.  Call the Darkness Light: A Novel of a Young Woman’s Passions and Toil in Nineteenth-Century New England.  New York: Doubleday: 1979.

Zonderman, David A.  Aspirations and Anxieties: New England Workers & the Mechanized Factory System, 1815-1850.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

 

Books/Catalogs Published by the Museum

Affleck, Diane L. Fagan and Paul Hudon.  Celebration and Remembrance: Commemorative Textiles in America.  North Andover, Mass.: Museum of American Textile History, 1990.

Fagan Affleck, Diane L.  Just New from the Mills: Printed Cottons in America.  North Andover, Mass.: Museum of American Textile History, c1987.

All Sorts of Good Sufficient Cloth: Linen-Making in New England, 1640-1860.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1980.

And So To Sleep: Jacquard Coverlets from The Hawthorne Collection.  Lowell, Mass.: American Textile History Museum, 1999.

Aspen, Deborah A.  From the Merrimack to the Piscataqua, A Tour of Industrial Sites on the Coastal Slope.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1979.

A Checklist of Prints, Drawings & Paintings in the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1974.

Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History 1982 and 1983: The Arts and Industrialism and The Industrial City, edited by Robert Weible.  North Andover, Mass.: Museum of American Textile History, 1985.

Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History 1984: The World of the Industrial Revolution: Comparative and International Aspects of Industrialization, edited by Robert Weible.  [North Andover, Mass.]: Museum of American Textile History, 1986.

Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History 1985: The Popular Perception of Industrial History, edited by Robert Weible and Francis R. Walsh.  [Lanham, Md.]: Published by the AASLH Library and the Museum of American Textile History, c1989.

Folsom, Michael Brewster and Steven D. Lubar, eds.  The Philosophy of Manufactures: Early Debates Over Industrialization in the United States.  Cambrdige, Mass.: MIT Press; North Andover, Mass: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1982.

Generations/Transformations: American Fiber Art.  An exhibit, April 12-July 20, 2003 curated by Catherine Weller.  Lowell, Mass.: American Textile History Museum, 2003.

Greater Lawrence: A Bibliography.  An Annotated Guide to the History of Andover, Methuen, Lawrence and North Andover, compiled by Juliet Haines Mofford.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1978.

Hoffman, Victoria.  Quilts: A Window to the Past.  North Andover, Mass.: Museum of American Textile History, 1991.

Homespun to Factory Made: Woolen Textiles in America, 1776-1876.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1977.

Kulik, Gary, Roger Parks, and Theodore Z. Penn, eds. The New England Mill Village, 1790-1860.  Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press; North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1982.

The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites, Peter M. Molloy, ed.  Sponsored by Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, North Andover, Massachusetts and Historic American Engineering Record, National Park Service, Washington, DC.  [Washington, DC]: np, 1976.

The Lower Merrimack River Valley: An Inventory of Historic Engineering and Industrial Sites.  2nd ed.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1978.

Mofford, Juliet Haines, comp.  Greater Lawrence: A Bibliography.  An Annotated Guide to the History of Andover, Methuen, Lawrence and North Andover.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1978.

Peladeau, Mildred C.  Art Underfoot: The Story of Waldoboro Hooked Rugs.  Lowell, Mass.: American Textile History Museum, 1999.

Roddy, Edward G.  Mills, Mansions and Mergers: The Life of William M. Wood.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, c1982.

Stachiw, Myron O.  “Negro Cloth”: Northern Industry & Southern Slavery.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1981.  Published for an exhibition of the same name held at the Visitor Center of Boston National Historical Park, Sept. 1 – Nov. 1, 1981.

Sutton, Tina. Dressed for the Part: Hollywood Costumes from the Silver Screen.  Lowell, Mass.: American Textile History Museum, 1999.

Textile Art from Southern Appalachia: the Quiet Work of Women. Published in conjunction with the exhibition…organized and presented by the American Textile History Museum, Lowell, Massachusetts, Feb. 4- May 27, 2001. Written and curated by Kathleen Curtis Wilson.  Lowell, MA: American Textile History Museum, c2001.

Textile History Forum 2002. Proceedings…July 12-13, 2002, Lowell, Mass.; Jacqueline M. Atkins, compiler.  Cooperstown, N.Y.: Textile History Forum in association with the American Textile History Museum, Lowell, Mass.  Subjects: headwear in 18th century; women, families and textiles in New England 1630-1690; gender division in hand-weaving on Chesapeake plantations, Meily family of coverlet weavers, Lymansville, Rhode Island, tailoring accounts, 1800-1839; coverlets; Dan Cooper, American designer; embroidered quilts and coverlets; Guatemalan textiles; African American quilters; dressed bed in rural Pennsylvania.

Wool Technology and the Industrial Revolution: An Exhibition.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1965.

Wright, Helena.  The Merrimack Valley Textile Museum: a Guide to the Manuscript Collections.  Inventories prepared by John B. Hopkins and Dorothy Truman. New York: Garland, 1983.

[Wright, Helena]. New City on the Merrimack: Prints of Lawrence, 1845-1876. North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1974. (Occasional reports, number two)

Wright, Helena.  Textile Technology Prints: A Checklist of Prints, Drawings and Paintings in the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum.  North Andover, Mass.: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1980.