Thursday, December 9, 2010

Marjory C. Woodbury, Indian Head Fabric, 1919

Click image for 569 x 871 size. From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919".

"Instead of Linen -
Indian Head Cloth
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.

A Fearless Fabric

This cloth is no hot-house beauty needing thoughtful protection against dampness and hand wear. It is the white fabric for the outdoor girl who wants service as well as style. It is thw white fabric for the small boy's suits, the growing girl's middies, and the charming street gowns and indoor dresses which make mother look like a big sister.

Indian Head is the cloth best suited for white sport clothes and tailored frocks for all ages of womankind from two years old to two and seventy. It is slow to soil. It is slow to wrinkle. It launders well, for its firm thread is woven for strength as well as beauty. And it is inexpensive.

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

INDIAN HEAD will be on display everywhere during the January White Sales"

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