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TitleSinger Mfg. Co., The
DescriptionAdvertising card for The Singer Manufacturing Co. showing four men with a Singer sewing machine. Front of card says: "India." Front lower left corner says: "J. Ottmann Lith. Co. N.Y." Back of card gives a geographical description of India and its people beginning and ending: "India. An extensive Empire of the British Crown, consisting of the Great Southern Peninsula of Southern Asia,.."."."" Under British Rule India is making rapid strides in modern civilization. Our picture represents the Singer Manufacturing Company's Native Employees in their usual costume. The Singer Sewing Machine has been a factor in helping the people of India toward a better civilization for nearly twenty years, and thousands of them are in use.." Address given on back of card:
305 & 307 E. 12th St.,
Kansas City, Mo.
Subject(s)Advertising cards
Sewing machine industry
Sewing machines
Men
Local Subject(s)Singer Manufacturing Co.
India
East Indians
PrinterOttmann, J. Lith. Co.
Dateca. 1880-1900
Item TypeAdvertising Card
Dimensions8 x 13 cm.
CollectionAdvertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
LocationSC3, Box 2, Sewing Machines
BarcodeFront: 10019871; Back: 10019872
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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AcknowledgementThis project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.