Archival Clothing - Made in USA

Archival Migration

Posted on: July 22nd, 2011 by Lesli Larson

The Archival Clothing blog was started in 2006 as a place to document our longing for bags, clothing and wares that were no longer available (or may never have existed). In 2009, we brought (the first of) our dreams into reality and began manufacturing musettes and rucksacks. Last week, we moved into commercial space in Eugene, Oregon. Now we have a design workshop and a place to stage our growing inventory. Here are a few snaps by friend and photographer Rick Gersbach who dropped by last weekend.

Archival scribbler

Sewing up a sample on our vintage Consew

Operating theater


  1. buddingsoloist on

    Congratulations guys! Big fan from Singapore (:

  2. Rat Trap Press on

    I’ve been following your blog for a long time and It’s been really interesting to see how your business has progressed. Congratulation on the big move!

  3. Rivet Head on

    Way to go! That’s showing some real American ingenuity and skills!

  4. Grant on

    Congratulations on this new big step! I love my flap bag and use it most every day.

  5. Kerri on

    Hey, I just saw your new place, I am so impressed.

  6. Wuh on

    Wonderful! May I bribe you for a tour? How about a block of Rogue’s Smokey Blue Cheese?

  7. Reba on

    Super exciting, Congrats guys!

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