|Object Name||Clipping, Magazine|
Magazine Article, "The Colonial Whitewear Company, Limited."
(On reverse side is an article on "Guelph Carpet Mills")
|Year Range from||1920|
|Year Range to||1929|
Magazine article titled "The Colonial Whitewear Company, Limited. "COLONIAL" WAISTS, Cambridge Street, Guelph." Rectangular white page with text in black print. In each corner of page is a black and white photograph of the company's executive: President E.H. Chart; Vice-President, R.B. Bryson; A.L. Moritz, Managing Director; and A.C. Renshaw, Secretary-Treasurer." In the center of the page is a black and white photograph of the Guelph Plant of the Colonial Whitewear Company Limited on Cambridge Street. The article speaks to the advantages Guelph offers to the manufacturer and business man. Specifically with regards to the Colonial Whitewear Co. "The have a fine three story factory in Cambridge Street, which is modern in every particular, and fitted with special model sewing machines operated by electric power, having the operating floor second to no whitewear manufacturing house in the Dominion where eighty-five experienced operatives are employed manufacturing the famous "Colonial" waists. The factory has a large and increasing output, the goods being sold all over Canada, several hustling travelling men being kept on the road all the time looking after the trade....Although but a short time located here, they have already made many personal friends and are popular socially."
On reverse side is an article on "The Guelph Carpet Mills Company, Limited. Carpets, Art Squares and Rugs, Neeve Street, Guelph."
.2 Frame Deaccessioned Sept. 27, 2001
Colonial Dresses Ltd.
Guelph Carpet and Worsted Spinning Mills
INDUSTRY & TRADE
COMMERCIAL - CLOTHING
PHOTOGRAPHS - BLACK & WHITE
ARCHITECTURE - INDUSTRIES
COSTUME - MALE
|Dimensions||30.8 x 22.8 cm. - L x W|