Saturday, July 10, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabrics, 1922

Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s". Click image for 622 x 879 size.

"Now you can buy it in colors

It is made in
Pink Rose
Helio Cadet
Biscuit Tan
Pearl Linen
Reseda Ciel
Copen Brown

Now for the first time you can buy Indian Head in color, and in colors guaranteed fast. By 'fast colors' we mean colors that will hold bright and true through seasons of sun, sea air, dampness, and washing.

We guarantee;: If any garment made of Indian Head fails to give proper service because of the fading or running of Indian Head colors, we will make good the total cost of the garment.

Fifty-nine cents a yard is the price of guaranteed fast-color Indian Head. 36 inches wide - a value that you will appreciate more fully after months of wear. If your store does not carry Indian Head in fast colors, write us giving your dealer's name. We will see that you are supplied.

'The Girl Who Loved Pink' tells the story of colored Indian Head and has a sample of the material. It also shows the complete color range. It is sent free upon request.

Indian Head Cloth
Always on the Selvage"

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