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Listed under:  Technologies  >  Manufacturing processes  >  Sewing
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Male and female textile employees sewing garments, 1950-60

This is a black-and-white image depicting a group of male and female textile workers using industrial sewing machines to assemble garments in a large workshop at a textiles factory. The photograph is part of the Laurie Richards Collection of commercial photographs at Museum Victoria. Its dimensions are: width, 10.3 cm x ...

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Female textile employees sewing garments, 1950-60

This is a black-and-white image depicting a group of female textile workers using industrial sewing machines to assemble garments in a large workshop at a textiles factory. The photograph is part of the Laurie Richards Collection of commercial photographs at Museum Victoria. Its dimensions are: width, 10.3 cm x height, 10 cm.

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Female process employees in hosiery factory, Brunswick, 1970

This is a black-and-white photograph of female factory workers sewing garments, possibly stockings, on industrial sewing machines at a hosiery factory in Brunswick, an inner suburb of Melbourne. A male supervisor looks on. There appears to be a small air-conditioning unit placed above the workers in the foreground. The ...

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Singer sewing machine, 1902-03

This is a metal sewing machine made by the Singer Manufacturing Company in 1902-03. It held two cotton reels and was known as a double stitcher or straight sewer. It was once fitted into a workbench at the Simpson's Gloves factory in Richmond, Victoria. The machine is 36 cm long and 30 cm high. It is part of the Simpson's ...