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Sewing Machines | Historical Trade Literature in Smithsonian Collections
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Standard Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Title: Wire Stitcher opens new avenues for profit.
Imprint: [Between 1870 and 1899]
Pages: 2
Notes: Format: Trade catalogs
Descriptive Notes: Describes purpose and benefits of wire stitchers.
Smithsonian Location: Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Box: J.L. Morrison ; Folder 0 (about locations)
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Record Number: 76

Standard Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Title: Morrison Perfection wire stitching machine no. 5-A. / Perfection by name; perfection in performance.
Imprint: [Between 1900 and 1934]
Pages: 2
Notes: Format: Trade catalogs
Model represented: 5-A.
Descriptive Notes: Picture of machine and description of features.
Smithsonian Location: Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Box: J.L. Morrison ; Folder 0 (about locations)
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Record Number: 77

Standard Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Company Name: James Morrison and Company
Title: Patent sewing machine fan. / Work and comfort combined.
Imprint: 1870
Pages: 3
Notes: Format: Fliers
Descriptive Notes: Fan attachment, used with machine. Fan operated by machine's power.
Smithsonian Location: NMAH. Textiles Collection. Box: 5 ; Folder 0 (about locations)
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Record Number: 532

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