This page is currently in progress.

We are still conducting research for this community’s textile history and are looking forward to updating it soon!

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We currently have limited information on this community from Davison Blue Book textile directories and Southern Tufts: The Regional Origins and National Craze for Chenille Fashion by Ashley Callahan.

Businesses listed in Davison Blue Books:

  • Field Coverlet Company — 1942 – 1958
    • Listed as “out of business” in 1958
  • Mrs. Vida Deck — 1942 – 1953
  • C.B. Wood and Company — 1942-1942, 1947 – 1954
  • Mrs. A. Self — 1954 – 1958
    • Listed as “out of business” in 1958
  • Foremost Chenilles — 1957 – 1958
    • Listed as “out of business” in 1958

Information from Callahan’s Book:

  • Mrs. C.B. Wood
    • Established C.B. Wood and Company in 1921, which was one of the earliest candlewick bedspread companies.
    • In the late 1930s and 1940s, her company also produced chenille garments such as capes, slacks, and coats.