Anslow, Florence / Practical millinery
Chapter VIII: Straw working, pp. 93-104 PDF (2.1 MB)
104 MILLINERY by stitchery, a fold, or a binding, the brim will keep its true shape. Leghorn hats and those of finely-woven plait can always be cleaned or dyed, and remodelled by the professional cleaner at about half or one-third of the cost of a new one, if they are of good quality. Good Leghorn hats can be cleaned quite satis- factorily and re-calendered three times and, if still in good condition, may then be dyed or cut down for other purposes.
Based on date of publication, this material is presumed to be in the public domain.| For information on re-use, see http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/Copyright