People in progress

October 1994
Textile World;Oct94, Vol. 144 Issue 10, p26
Trade Publication
Presents updates on appointments of executives to key corporate positions in the United States textile industry as of October 1994. Avondale Mills' vice-president; Cranston Print Works' design director; Stonecutters Mills' senior vice-presidents.


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