The Illustrated Milliner Volume 21

The Illustrated Milliner Volume 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...as well as the business friends of her husband. General Trade I nformalion NEW MILLINERY CORPORATIONS Artistic Hat Works, Inc._. Chicago. To manufacture women's and misses's hats at 4149 West 21st Street. Capital, $6,000. Inporators: Albert Schuetz, Arthur Senelick and Otto Kemer, all of Chicago. My Ladys Shoppe, Inc., New York. Millinery. Capital, $25,000. Incorporators: John M. Peck, R, A. Feeney and G. A. Dunlap, 47 Vest 34th St., New York. Bon Ton Millinery Co., Holyoke. Millinery and women's and children's clothing. Capital, $10,000. Incorporators: Richard P. Stofleton, Jerome K. Davidson, Edward J. Stofleton. Phillips-Br0.r., _Inc., Chicago. To manufacture and deal in women's hats. Capital, $liX),000. Incorporators: Raphael Phillips, Louis J. Phillips and Jack Phillips, all of Chicago. The company takes over the business of Phillips Bros., at 19 South Vabash Avenue. Children's Headwear, Inc., New York. Hat concern. Capital, $1,000. Incorporators: Max Kellman, Lawrence Silver, J. A. Adler, 299 Broadway, New York. The Thorn Millinery Co., St. Louis. Capital, $5,000. General Embroidery and Millinery Supf-'_.' Co., Inc., Brooklyn. Embroidery and millinery. Capital, $10,000. Incorporators: Louis Elkies, Irving Gordon and Louis J. Veber, 1023 Sixth Avenue, New York. Bradsliaw Bros., ! Minneapolis, Minn. Millinery and general merchandise. Capital, $750,000. Incorporators: James B. Bradshaw, Dawson Bradshaw and Frederick W. Bradshaw. Kaufman Hat Co., Chicago. To manufacture millinery, artificial flowers and ribbons. Capital, $100,000. Incorporators: Morris Kaufmann, Selina B. Kaufmann and Rudolph Heun, all of Chicago. The company takes over the business of the Kaufmaiin Hat Co. Ryco Hat C0. To manufacture...show more

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  • Paperback | 350 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 19mm | 626g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236990315
  • 9781236990310