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Historic Preservation

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Preservation Projects United States Capitol – Senate Chamber (1851) United States Capitol – House Chamber (1851) United States Supreme Court (1935) United Nations Security Council (1950) National Gallery of Art (1937) California State Capitol (1874) Iowa State Capitol (1886) New Jersey State Capitol (1792) Minnesota State Capitol (1905) New York State Capitol (1899) Pennsylvania State Capitol (1906) Texas State Capitol (1888) South Dakota State Capitol (1910) Rockefeller Center Rainbow Room (1939) Carnegie Hall (1891) Count Basie Theatre (1926) Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (1971) Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (1966) Chicago Lyric Opera House (1929) Radio City Music Hall (1939) South Bend Palace Theatre (1921) Metropolitan Opera House (1966) Mormon Tabernacle (1867) 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church (1875) St. Patrick’s Cathedral (1858) Our Lady of Lebanon (1907) The Breakers Palm Beach Hotel (1896) The Greenbrier Hotel (1858) Waldorf Astoria Hotel (1931) Georgetown University (1789) West Point Military Academy (1802) Pennsylvania State University (1855) All woven carpets manufactured by Bloomsburg Carpet are certified for indoor air quality having achieved the highest level of certification for carpet products. Using natural and rapidly renewal components throughout the weaving process contributes to the health of the environment. Bloomsburg Carpet Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania The town of Bloomsburg has a unique heritage related to woven carpets in the United States. Bloomsburg is the oldest, continuous manufacturing center of woven carpets in America, with an unbroken manufacturing heritage of over 150 years. Known for woven carpet constructions and designs, Bloomsburg Carpet’s archive of historic carpet patterns complements their company’s commitment to historic preservation. Bloomsburg Carpet’s preservation goal is straightforward: manufacture quality historically appropriate carpets for the preservation of our nation’s architectural heritage. Bloomsburg Carpet Industries, Inc. 49 W. 23rd Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10010 212.688.7447 www.bloomsburgcarpet.com BLOOMSBURG CARPET HISTORIC PRESERVATION “Carpet at its finest and crafted with pride by American textile workers”

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Wilton Carpet Weaving Axminster Carpet Weaving Wilton carpets are formed by inserting wires in the pile warps of the carpet. After the extraction of the wires, the pile is looped or cut per the design specification of the carpet. Because the yarn is buried on the back and only lifted when a specific color is needed, it gives the Wilton product more body, resilience, and greater quality. Gripper-Jacquard Axminster looms provide the greatest variety of color (8 to 12 colors), giving the Axminster tremendous color and pattern versatility ideally suited for the replication of historic carpet...

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