Thursday, March 19, 2015

page 178 -- Rutland Stove Lining, J.A. Godfrey & Co., White sewing machines

updated 5 December 2016
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Rutland Stove Lining was manufactured by Rutland Fire Clay Co., Rutland, VT beginning in 1883. Many of its products originally contained asbestos, which gave them outstanding fireproofing qualities.

The Rutland Historical Society has published an excellent
 leaflet on the corporate history of Rutland.

Reorganized in 2000, the company now markets a variety of quality asbestos-free goods as listed on its site, https://www.rutland.com/



The back of a Godfrey card similar to the one above:

Waterbury CT





The White Sewing Machine Company traces its origins back to Templeton, MA, where Thomas H. White founded the company in 1858.

a Google image search gives one an idea of the many styles of White machines...
They were both functional and works of art.

from Singer Original Vintage Products
while this beautiful machine has been sold, their sales page lists antique units that are currently available for purchase




See the One-Price listing on page 185 for information on the Hartford store. This card was distributed by the Westfield, MA store.

"Miss Rew Fujisawa"


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