advertisement for silk wire frames
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Spring and Summer Styles, 1906, Blumenfeld, Locher & Brown Co.
The best frames in the United States for the money. All hand made of silk covered wire. Much better than machine-made or mercerized cotton wire frames.
in Millinery Trade Review 31 (1906)
NYPL copy, digitized May 18, 2010
for a slightly less blurred scan, see slightly different (1905) version of same advertisement at hathitrust
- trimmer, capable of taking charge of workroom of twenty-five girls
- bleacher of straw braids, chips, fancy braids, furs, skins, feathers, and dyer of straw chips, fancy braids, furs, flowers, felts, feathers
- designer of roses and branches
knowledge of flowers and feathers
- experienced whittler
to take charge of straw braids
- experienced lady designer in artificial flower and fancy feathers
first class dyer and up-to-date bleacher of chips, split braids, Japs, Milan, mottled Tientsin or mottled braids of any class
- Lady with experience for coloring flowers and foliage and maker of samples from high class to ordinarily good...
something on Blumenfeld, Locher & Brown Company (Milwaukee) in The Illustrated Milliner (January 1906)
blur; feathers; flowers; help and situations wanted; Millinery Trade Review (1906)