Thursday, December 23, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabric, 1918

Click image for 1196 x 1824 size. From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919".

"Indian Head
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.

Not a Fad but a Fashion

Just as really smart women adopt not the newest of the new fashions, but rather the best of the new fashions - because such garments look best first and last - so you will find the cleverest suits and sport clothes for summer made of Indian Head. It is the White wash-fabric that stays good looking. Garments made of it have a lasting atmosphere of style that is possible only with a very well-made fabric.

Indian Head helps the kiddies to look spic and span longer than seems possible. In it they are clad for any call of fun or fashion.

Many ready-to-wear clothes made of Indian Head are now shown in the shops. If the label is sewn in the garment you will know that it is the real Indian Head.

Made in one unchanging quality for 80 years, Indian Head may now be had in two finishes - soft or linen finish, each made in four widths, 27, 33, 36, and 44 inches.

Some stores sell Indian Head in the Wash Goods Department, others in the Domestics. The Linen Finish is usually sold in the Linen Department. Wherever you find it, the name INDIAN HEAD must appear on the selvage, or you are not getting Indian Head at all.

For Your Little Girl

Send 6 cents for a sample of INDIAN HEAD cur out ready to sew with a sample directions into a dress for an 18'' dolly."

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