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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.
|leaflet on the corporate history of Rutland.|
The back of a Godfrey card similar to the one above:
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...|
|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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