Vogart Crafts Corporation
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Vogart Crafts Corporation, based in New York City, was best known for designing and manufacturing iron-on embroidery transfer designs.
Eli J. Segal served as Vogart Crafts Corporation's CEO for a period of time, until his resignation in 1981.
- "Vogart Transfer Patterns, Facts and Trivia." Website of "The Sewing Palette": http://www.sewingpalette.com/supplies/vogartnotes.html
- "Business Brief -- Pioneer Systems Inc.: Vogart Crafts Unit Files For Chapter 11 Protection," Wall Street Journal. (Eastern edition). New York, N.Y.: Oct 16, 1990. pg. C5. (Accessed via ProQuest database, document ID 27753389.)
- "Democratic Campaign Chief Eli Segal" (Obituary), by Adam Bernstein, Washington Post, February 21, 2006. (Accessed via online database, http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/20/AR2006022001336.html)
- "Fugitives from the Garden Patch," by Diane C Arkins. Antiques & Collecting Magazine. July 2008. Vol. 113, Iss. 5; pg. 20. (Discussing popularity of Vogart pattern transfers as a collectible.) (Accessed via Proquest database, document ID 1512434981.)
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