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Another card for William H. Harris is on page 94 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection.
Mrs. C.A. Richards cards are also displayed on pages 31 and 70 and 94 and 126 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection. We have lots of publicity, but no information on this business. Please comment if you can help with this research. Thanks!
As indicated in this Google Books reference, the Empire Wringer Co. consolidated with the American Wringer Company:
Via Google Books, Moody's confirms the merger as follows:
Fulton History presents a PDF of an ad for Empire Wringer from the Auburn City Directory 1883-84:
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