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|O.B. Ives was succeeded by A.J. Muzzy|
A Google Image search for "victorian handbills" of the sort William H. Judd might have distributed yielded the following:
|William A. Dwight was listed on the 1880 census as a jeweler, b.1855|
|182 or 186 Front ST. NYC|
|Two views of Domestic Sewing Machine Company advertising.|
- One horse vs. 2
- Two-wheel cart vs. fancy 4-wheel carriage
- Fancy dress vs. patched clothing
- Lively, well-fed dog vs. tired scrawny dog
- Parasols & fancy hats vs. ordinary hats
- Everybody on board vs. somebody had to walk barefoot
- Mansion in background vs. cottage in background
Comment below if you see other differences!
Alex Askaroff's site gives a good summary of the history of the Domestic Sewing Machine Company. Various models of Domestic sewing machines are found here.
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