Sunday, July 11, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabric, 1920

Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s". Click image for 854 x 1300 size.

"Clothes and Summer Fun

The best times of all are tramps through the woods, a wonderful sail, a clam bake on the beach, or a day at the Army Camp. The girl who has to be too careful of her clothes spoils the fun and is not invited a second time.

The one who dresses in sport clothes of Indian Head looks charming all day, yet can enter into everything without fear of looking crumpled or mussed.

Indian Head is the ideal cloth for white clothes for the whole family. Economical in price and easy to work with, it appeals to the purse and the needle of the woman who does her own sewing. Besides, it launders wonderfully.

Use it instead of Linen

All good stores carry Indian Head in one of their white goods departments. Made in 27, 33, 36, 44, and 54 inches widths, name always appears on the selvage. Indian Head is sold the world over.

Ready-to-wear clothes of Indian Head are now shown in the smart shops. Identify them by the Indian Head Label sewn in the garments.

Our interesting booklet 'The Wash-Fabric for Your Whole Family' sent free upon request."

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