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- Cumming, Valerie (1982). Gloves (Reprinted. ed.). London: Batsford. p. 93. ISBN 9780713410082.
- "Calf Slink (Unborn calf skins)". Chichester, Inc. Retrieved 2015-02-24.
- "Early Herman Miller Eames LCW Slunk Skin". Chairish.com. Retrieved 2015-02-24.
- Schmidt, Paul William (1991). History of the Ludwig Drum Company. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 97. ISBN 0931759498.
As regards snare drums, in order for the snare drum to really vibrate, the head had to be as thin as tissue paper, and those heads came from unborn calves. We called it slunk skin. The slunk skins were always plentiful, more so than heads for the batter side. These slunk skins were the same ones used for making ladies fine gloves.
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