Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1955
William F. Worst & Elizabeth Worst Musgravo ( C ) ; 18 Apr55 ; R147658 . WORST , WILLIAM F. Coping saw work for elementary manual training . SEE Worst , Edward F. WRENN , CHARLES L. , illus , Mary Jane's vacation , SEE Judson , clara ...
Edward F. Worst. Edward F. Worst EASY MISSION-STYLE WOODWORKING PROJECTS Edward F. Worst DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC. Front Cover.
Author: Edward F. Worst
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Complete instructions and precise diagrams for making mission-style bread boards, candlesticks, footstools, folding tables, chairs, writing desks, more. Perfect for woodworkers of all ages and abilities. 62 halftones and diagrams.
( 227 ) " Mr. Edward F. Worst , of Chicago , who , although recognized as one of the foremost authorities on hand weaving in America , has for the second time journeyed from his Illinois home to give his time and talent to a group of ...
Copyright is claimed on additional text and illustrations , appendix , ( 21-563 ) 49 Worst , Edward F. Construction work for the primary grades ( by , Edward F. Worst ... Milwaukee , Wis . , The Bruce publishing co . 1920 5 p .
Author: United States. Small Business AdministrationPublish On: 1958
The MacMillan Co. , 60 Fifth Ave. , New York 11 , N. Y. How To Weave Linens Edward F. Worst . 1953. $ 5.50 . Bruce Publishing Co. , 400 North Broadway , Milwaukee 1 , Wis . Key To Weaving Mary E. Black . 336 pp . $ 6.50 .
Author: United States. Small Business Administration
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1927
5 ; A 897650 ; Fleming H. Revell co . ( 26_14439 ) 5597 Wheeler , Genevieve Thomas . Blossoms on the straight ahead road ; reasoning rimes ... ( 26-14304 ) 5601 Worst , Edward Francis , 1874 How to weave linens ( by , Edward F. Worst .
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Category: American drama
Part 1, Books, Group 1, v. 23 : Nos. 1-128 (Issued April, 1926 - March, 1927)
“One my most joyful memories,” Lucy wrote, was “seeing Mr. Edward F. Worst of Chicago—North Shore Drive, Art Institute, Marshall Field, Al Capone, stockyards, political conventions, ...
Author: Glenn Adamson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
A groundbreaking and endlessly surprising history of how artisans created America, from the nation's origins to the present day. At the center of the United States' economic and social development, according to conventional wisdom, are industry and technology-while craftspeople and handmade objects are relegated to a bygone past. Renowned historian Glenn Adamson turns that narrative on its head in this innovative account, revealing makers' central role in shaping America's identity. Examine any phase of the nation's struggle to define itself, and artisans are there-from the silversmith Paul Revere and the revolutionary carpenters and blacksmiths who hurled tea into Boston Harbor, to today's “maker movement.” From Mother Jones to Rosie the Riveter. From Betsy Ross to Rosa Parks. From suffrage banners to the AIDS Quilt. Adamson shows that craft has long been implicated in debates around equality, education, and class. Artisanship has often been a site of resistance for oppressed people, such as enslaved African-Americans whose skilled labor might confer hard-won agency under bondage, or the Native American makers who adapted traditional arts into statements of modernity. Theirs are among the array of memorable portraits of Americans both celebrated and unfamiliar in this richly peopled book. As Adamson argues, these artisans' stories speak to our collective striving toward a more perfect union. From the beginning, America had to be-and still remains to be-crafted.
Author: United States. Bureau of EducationPublish On: 1912
15,326 William A. Furr . 4,113 Joshua Pike .. 34,670 Edward F. Worst . 13,986 Franklin N. Tracy , 9 , 307 Robinson G. Jones 5 , 282 Frank E. Sanford .. 11,537 James B. McManus . 10,892 Anthony Middieton . 5,971 William Hawkes .
Lucy Morgan of Penland School ( one of the guild's founders ) had studied weaving with Chicagoan Edward F. Worst , whom she later brought to Penland many times as a weaving teacher . See Bonnie W. Ford , " Learning From a Great Teacher ...
Author: David E. Whisnant
Publisher: UNC Press Books
In the American imagination, the word Appalachia designates more than a geographical region. It evokes fiddle tunes, patchwork quilts, split-rail fences, and all the other artifacts that decorate a cherished romantic region of the American mind. Da
Author: United States. Office of EducationPublish On: 1912
34 , 670 Edward F. Worst . 13 , 986 Franklin N. Tracy 9 , 307 Robinson G. Jones . 5 , 282 Frank E. Sanford . 11,537 James B. McManus . 10,892 Anthony Middieton . 5,971 William Hawkes . 5,774 T. M. Birney .
34 , 670 Edward F. Worst . 13,986 Franklin N. Tracy 9,307 Robinson G. Jones . 5,282 Frank E. Sanford . 11,537 James B. McManus . 10,892 Anthony Middieton . 5,971 William Hawkes . 5,774 T. M. Birney ... 5,046 Louis Baer .
Author: United States. Bureau of Education. Library DivisionPublish On: 1914
Intermediate and grammar methods ; a series of practical home studies in pedagogy , by William F. Rocheleau . Absociate editors : Charles H. Sylvester , school management , discipline , arithmetic ; Edward F. Worst , construction work ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Education. Library Division
Edward F. Worst saw the suitability of this pattern for smaller , more marketable handwoven textiles for the twentieth - century home . He experimented with natural dyes and new forms for overshot textiles , such as this table runner .
Author: United States. Patent OfficePublish On: 1916
PHILIP W. HUTTON , Chicago , and EDWARD F. WORST , Lockport , Ill . Filed Jan. 19 , 1914 . Serial No. 813,050 . ( Cl . 45—109 . ) / 3 2ca to 5 31 3. A pyrotechnical device comprising a supporting member , a holder and a pyrotechnical ...
Canework by Charles Crampton 5 . Coloring , Finishing , and Painting ... Keene Cement Craft by O. Arnold Radtke 5. Key to Weaving by Mary E. Black 6 . ... Problems in Woodwork by Edward F. Worst 10 . 250 Teaching Techniques by E. C. ...
Author: United States. Extension Service. Division of Cooperative ExtensionPublish On: 1947
William Carol , 1202 Hinman St. , Evanston , ( cook co.l. TOYS , Source : James Prestini , 1839 N. Orleans St. , Chicago , Ill . , Sept. 1943 . Edward F. Worst , Lockport , ( Will co . ) . WEAVING : ( Author & authority on weaving ) .
Author: United States. Extension Service. Division of Cooperative Extension
She invited noted weaving expert Edward F. Worst to teach , and when requests for instruction came from other parts of the country , Penland School was born . Soon after the first students arrived in 1929 , other crafts were added ...
Author: Marthe Le Van
Publisher: Lark Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
"From Penland, the premier academy for fine crafting, comes a jewel of a volume: a splendidly photographed combination of how-to manual, coffee table book, and reflective essays. On breathtaking display are the skills of 10 contemporary jewelers who have taught at the school, each possessing a special expertise. From John Cogswell's handsome forged metal to Heather White's innovative casting, the material here is inspirational."--Amazon.
Author: Federal Writers' ProjectPublish On: 2013-10-31
Founded in 1912 under the auspices of the Episcopal Church, the center includes a boarding and day school for children under 12 years of age, operated as a camp in summer, and the Penland School of Handicrafts. The EDWARD F. WORST CRAFT ...
Author: Federal Writers' Project
Publisher: Trinity University Press
During the 1930s in the United States, the Works Progress Administration developed the Federal Writers’ Project to support writers and artists while making a national effort to document the country’s shared history and culture. The American Guide series consists of individual guides to each of the states. Little-known authors—many of whom would later become celebrated literary figures—were commissioned to write these important books. John Steinbeck, Saul Bellow, Zora Neale Hurston, and Ralph Ellison are among the more than 6,000 writers, editors, historians, and researchers who documented this celebration of local histories. Photographs, drawings, driving tours, detailed descriptions of towns, and rich cultural details exhibit each state’s unique flavor.
CRAFTING CURRENTS Worst helped to establish what is now known as the Penland School of Crafts in 1929. ... Olivia Mahoney , Curator of Edward F. Worst —Craftsman and Educator , states in the exhibition catalogue : “ Worst was a key ...