|Books written by Joseph Dumville and S. Kershaw include 'Worsted Cone Drawing' (1921), 'The Carbonising Process' (1921, 1925), 'Modern Systems of Yarn Production', 'The Worsted Industry' (fourth edition published 1947), and 'The Bradford Textile Society 1893-1943' (1943)|
This diagram in 'The Carbonising Process'
has the initials H.D., and was presumably drawn
by Herbert Dumville (1896-1948),
the son of Joseph Dumville.
Herbert Dumville would have been 25
in the year the book was published.
The Carbonising Process
By J. Dumville, Lecturer in Combing and Spinning, Technical College, Bradford,
and S. Kershaw, Part-time Lecturer in Combing and Spinning, Technical College, Bradford.
Published by "The Wool Record and Textile World," Bradford, and Printed
for the Publishers by Wm. Byles & Sons, Kirkgate, Bradford.
Pitman's Common Commodities and Industries
The Worsted Industry
by J. Dumville, F.T.I.
Textile Consultant, Dumville & Warburton, Bradford
and S. Kershaw, F.T.I.
Head of the Textile Department, Municipal Technical College, Halifax
Authors of "Worsted Cone Drawing," "Carbonising Process,"
"Modern Systems of Yarn Production," etc.
Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd.
J.G. Cassells, with the Author's Compliments, J. Dumville
John George Cassells (1886-1962) was a son-in-law of Joseph Dumville.
In 'Worsted Cone Drawing' there are many technical drawings, some dated,
by John George Cassells, and an advertisement for Casey, Bean & Cassells,
General Engineers and Specialists in Power Transmission.
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