Size: 8 7/8 x 12
Manufacturer: American Architect and Architecture
1936 Antique Advertisement
Publisher info: American Architect and Architecture magazine, December 1936
Two page catalog order form featuring various manufacturer's catalogs that were offered in 1936. Companies include Link-Belt Company, Chicago, IL; United States Gypsum Company, Chicago, IL; H. B. Smith Co., Westfield, MA; Ilg Electric Ventilating Co, Chicago; National Radiator Co., Johnstown, PA; Thatched Roof Manufacturing Corp, Stamford, CT; California Redwood Associations, San Francisco, CA; The Brown Instrument Co., Philadelpia, PA; Worthington Pump & Machinery Corp, Harrison, NJ; The Bryan Steam Corporation, Peru, IN; Handley Browon Heater Co, Jackson, MI; Major Equipment Co., Chicago, IL; Frick Company, Waynesboro, PA; Julien P. Friez & Sons, Inc, Baltimore, MD; Binks Manufacturing Company, Chicago; The Mahogany Assn., Inc., Chicago; The Kinnear Mfg. Company, Columbus, OH; Reese Metal Weather Strip Co., Minneapolis, MN; National Oak Flooring Manufactureres Assn., Memphis, Tenn; The Steel Joint Institue, Chicago; Johns-Manville, NY; The Rubberoid Company, NY; Carrier Corporation, Newark, NJ; Waukesha Motor Co., Waukesha, WI; Grinnell Co, Inc., Providence, R.I.; National Chemical & Mfg. Co.; Lightolier Company, Jersey City, NJ; Lord & Burnham Company, Irvington, NY; Warren McArthur Corporation, NY; Crane Company, Chicago; and American Gas Products Corp., NY. Perforated postcard reply card is intact. A nice sampling of 1930s companies and their products. Page is yellow by design and by age.
Featured ad size: Full page
Page size: 8 7/8"" x 12"
Condition: Very good, with expected light aging and minor edge wear.
Margin: Minimum 1/2" on all sides. Perfect for framing.
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