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This 19th Century card gives great insight into the complexity of design and the vast quantity of materials available for the "frontier" city of San Francisco as the United States expanded West. Even in this distant location, comfort needs were addressed by local craftsmen like B.F. Farrar.
Bales Of Cotton November 9, 1887
Cotton was packaged in bags containing 400-500 pounds and each was clearly marked with bale numbers. Post Civil-War cotton sold on the Atlanta Exchange for 9 1/4 cents per pound.
It is unknown how far back "quack" claims have been made about bedding products. This Aromatic mattress seemed to cure just about everything.
The pillow holder promised to be the perfect scam....emmm...perfect sham.
This supply house of 1889 shipped components and manufactured articles to local cabinet makers and bedding shops around the United States.
White Manufacturing Company produced a variety of sleep products. This piece commemorates President James Garfield who had recentlly been assasinated.