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Sewing Machines | Historical Trade Literature in Smithsonian Collections
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Standard Company Name: George B. Sloat & Company
Company Name: G.B. Sloat & Co.
Title: [Trade card featuring G.B. Sloat & Co.'s sewing machine, the best sewing machine in the world] / Elliptical and shuttle lock stitch.
Imprint: [Between 1855 and 1900]
Pages: 1
Notes: Format: Trade cards
Descriptive Notes: Advertising flier for G.B. Sloat & Co., and their elliptical and shuttle lock stitch; salesrooms are at H.G. Supplee, 806 Chestnut St.
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Archives Center. Warshaw. Box: 5 ; Folder 11 (about locations)
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Record Number: 4202

Standard Company Name: George B. Sloat & Company
Company Name: George B. Sloat & Co.
Title: Triumphs of industrial art and inventive genius.
Imprint: 1860
Pages: 32
Notes: Format: Trade catalogs
Descriptive Notes: This sewing machine is called an "Elliptic lock stitch sewing machine" it has no friction belt, but a wonderful motor; the machine runs itself, no treadle.
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Archives Center. Warshaw. Box: 5 ; Folder 6 (about locations)
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Record Number: 4240

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