NEW YORK — The American Textile History Museum last week inducted a second group of honorees into its American Textile Hall of Fame.
The 2002 honorees were Burlington Industries founder J. Spencer Love, fiber giant DuPont, former Mayfair Mills chairman Frederick B. Dent, and Whitin Machine Works of Whitinsville, Mass. Induction into the Hall of Fame is intended to recognize those people or firms "who have contributed to advancing the art, science or history of textiles in America," according to the Lowell, Mass.-based museum.
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