Friday, May 15, 2015

page 57 -- Soapine, Kendall Mfg. Co., Lavine, Hartford Chemical Co.

updated 1 June 2017
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For information on Soapine and its maker, the Kendall Manufacturing Company, see
page 147 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection.





Lavine brand cleanser and washing soap--good for blowing bubbles, too!--was made by the Hartford Chemical Co., 30 Union Pl., Hartford CT.

In 2011, 30 Union Place was a parking lot as seen on Google Street View.
A Google Image search reveals Hartford Chemical issued a variety of trade cards for Lavine, many of which are available for sale:



Donaldson Brothers, NY, Lithographers


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