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Title: The Servant in the House: A Brief History of the Sewing Machine
Author: Frederick Lewis Lewton
Imprint: Washington, 1930


Plate 1: Walter Hunt
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Plate 2: Elias Howe, Jr.
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Plate 3: Isaac Merrit Singer
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Plate 4: Allen Benjamin Wilson
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Plate 5: Original Sewing Machine, Made by Elias Howe jr., in 1845
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Plate 6: Original model of U.S. Patent No. 8294, issued to Isaac M. Singer, August 12, 1851
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Plate 7: Illustration of Singer Sewing Machine published in 1853
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Plate 8: Original model of U.S. Patent No. 9041, issued to Allen B. Wilson, June 15, 1852
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