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HLS05105. Cutters and hand sewers pre- First World War. As well as textile mills Hebden Bridge also had a sizeable wholesale clothing trade making ready-to-wear garments. These were mainly made of corduroy or other heavy fustians such as moleskins…

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HLS05104. Finishers and special cutters in a Clothing Shop pre- First World War. As well as textile mills Hebden Bridge also had a sizeable wholesale clothing trade making ready-to-wear garments. These were mainly made of corduroy or other heavy…

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HLS05098. Cutting room pre- First World War with sewing machinists in the background with treadle Singer sewing machines. As well as textile mills Hebden Bridge also had a sizeable wholesale clothing trade making ready-to-wear garments. These were…

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HLS05097. Band knife cutters. As well as textile mills Hebden Bridge also had a sizeable wholesale clothing trade making ready-to-wear garments. These were mainly made of corduroy or other heavy fustians such as moleskins for heavy work wear but in…

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HLS05096. Working a band knife at Nutclough Mill c.1890. The machinists behind working treadle sewing machines. As well as textile mills Hebden Bridge also had a sizeable wholesale clothing trade making ready-to-wear garments. These were mainly made…
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