Rayon's Introduction to U.S. Consumers, 1911-1924Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences
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AbstractThe article focuses on the introduction of Rayon in U.S. market. The term was coined by the National Retail Dry Goods Association in 1924. It was created in 1846 in Europe and the U.S. manufactured it in 1911. It was the first regenerated fiber and before its introduction, only cotton, linen, wool and silk were used in making clothes.
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Citation InformationCarmen Keist, Sara Kadolph and Sara Marcketti. "Rayon's Introduction to U.S. Consumers, 1911-1924" Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences Vol. 104 Iss. 2 (2012) p. 45 - 47
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