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<p>Original 1938 textile trade vintage ad for <b><span style="font-size: 14px;">DINSMORE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located at 288 Derby Street, corner of Liberty Street, Salem, MA.</p><p> Manufacturers of Textile Mill Sewing Machines. </p><p>Products include:</p><p>Model No 1 - Dinsmore Railway Sewing Machine,</p><p>Model No 3 - Portable Automatic Motor-driven Railway Sewing Machine,</p><p>Model No 11 - Motor-driven Butted Seaming Machine,&nbsp;</p><p>Model No 9 - Portable Rotary Sewing Machine,</p><p>Model No 8 - Motor-driven Rotary Machine,</p><p>Model No 4 - Opening and Winding Machine,</p><p>Improved Gear-type Foot-power Rotary Machine, </p><p>Rayer and Lincoln Rotary Sewing and Trimming Machine,</p><p>Improved Oscillating Looper Sewing Head.</p><p>All of the above listed are featured. Has numerous product images, descriptions, applications and specifications provide extensive product details. Unbound from a large 1938 Textile World Yearbook and Catalog, this unique old one-page brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro textile industry library.&nbsp;</p>
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