Friday, July 23, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabrics, 1920

Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s". Click image for 573 x 873 size.

"Indian Head
Always on the Selvage

Courting Sunlight

Indian Head welcomes the summer sun. It has nothing to fear. It is white, the color which is sure to be becoming.

Indian Head is the desirable material for frocks for summer wear. It wrinkles very little. It is slow to soil. Its linen finish and clear white color are always fully restored by laundering.

'Indian Head' always is in dotted letters on the selvage. Made 54, 44, 36, 33, and 27 inches wide and sold everywhere. Identify ready-to-wear clothes of Indian Head by the woven label.

We will replace with equal yardage any piece of Indian head which does not give satisfactory wear, keep its smooth finish and clear white color.

One woman's many uses of Indian head is told in 'Her Thrift Fabric.' Free on request."

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