The Research Group has been approached recently regarding the source-material with which it has begun to amass the tenuous initial indications of a lost history of the Militant Guild of Rural Tailors.
While much of the document archive is classified and the Research Group has been compelled to sign, and subsequently honor, a ream of confidentiality agreements, we have elected to offer a basic directory of sources for possible use by independent researchers interested in this same lost history.
It is important to understand that none of these documents make explicit reference to the existence of the Guild one way or the other. However, we have satisfied certain of our own inquiries into both origins and possible contemporary strains of Guild activity and Guild culture by following information and inspiration outlined in some of these tomes.
They have not served as more or less than modest portholes into our greater investigation, but within their various pages we have found reassurance that the spirit of the Militant Guild of Rural Tailors resonates strongly enough across both history and geography that its dimension can all but be mapped and measured. “All but…” and so, as quantifiable evidence continues to elude even us, these sources can only start to point the way for others.