Friday, July 2, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabrics, 1921

Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s". Click image for 681 x 877 size.

"The Cloth for Six or Sixty

Indian Head is the wash fabric which is becoming to all ages and complexions. To all ages because its finish and weight make it practical for almost any style of frock for street, sport, our house wear. To all complexions because it is white, and white looks as well on a brunette as on a blonde, and brings out the burnished lights of auburn hair or blends with the soft sheen of white hair.

Indian Head tailors well. It wears a very long time and launders beautifully. It is the wash material best suited for white suits, dresses, middies, skirts, children's clothes, and all kinds of embroidery."

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