Textile Hall of Fame inducts McMichael, Draper

October 2003
Furniture/Today;10/13/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p102
Trade Publication
Reports on the induction of deceased businessmen Dalton McMichael Sr. and Draper Corp. into the American Textile Hall of Fame in Lowell, Massachusetts. Contribution of McMichael on the development of industrial processes of synthetic fibers; Success of family-owned business for Draper Corp.; Members of the inaugural class.


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