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Singer Toy Childs Class 20 Sewing Machine 3 VINTAGE PICTURES REPRO
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May 20, 2012 10:47:58 PDT
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Three (3) reproduction vintage pictures to enhance the display of your Singer Miniature Sewhandy Toy Sewing Machine:

  · Picture #1: Advertisement for the 1st Model 1910 with "Price $3.00";

  · Picture #2: Advertisement for the 3rd Model 1920;

  · Picture #3 "The Singer Dorcas Society" promotes Singer machines for "youngest children" and is suitable to display with any toy vintage model.

  · All pictures printed on non-glossy card stock with 1/2 inch white borders. Shipped in rigid envelope.

  The Singer Dorcas Society: A Dorcas Society was a sewing circle, usually associated with a church, which sewed clothing for the poor. It was named after a character (Tabitha, also called Dorcas) described in the Acts of the Apostles (9:36).The original society was founded in Douglas, Isle of Man, on December 1, 1834, as part of the community's thanksgiving for being spared from an outbreak of cholera. The poorer families in town had their clothes and bedding destroyed as part of the effort to prevent the disease. However, the little girls shown in the Singer card are probably not sewing clothes for the poor as none would be able to operate that Singer machine. The girl in the middle does look as though she is about to get up and try. The card is an advertising card from the Duke University collection, Emergence of Advertising in America, and was printed in New York about 1895.


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