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Excerpts from the report Introduction: As a guide to textile research workers and others concerned with the development of consumer standards for textiles, the results of selected investigations of quality and serviceability of textiles have been brought together in this publication and organized into reference form. The studies included are limited to those from State agricultural experiment stations, colleges, universities, and the former Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics, U. S. Department of Agriculture, since the published data are largely from these sources. The studies reviewed show that data are most extensive for broadcloth, percale, sheeting, and toweling made of cotton, and for blanketing made of cotton and wool. Data are sparse for other staple materials such as serges, print cloth made of manufactured fibers, and blends of manufactured and natural fibers.


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