In many stores we have seen window displays of small kitchen wares, they being usually laid on the show window floor. It is a somewhat difficult method of display, as they do not stand out sufficiently prominent. Kieffer Brothers utilize the method indicated in the accompanying illustration. The boards areContinue Reading

The above Advertisements are from 1901 and show a similar style to today’s marketing techniques. These are for Pearline Laundry Soap that was quite popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Fashionable Edwardian Hats from October 1902.

Here are the descriptions of the hats above, which are numbered: No. 1. — This hat in the becoming toque shape is made of shaded Autumn foliage with berries intermingled, and a bow of velvet in a shade to harmonize with the predominating tone in the foliage is at theContinue Reading

1908 H & H Mfg Co. Advertisement for bath accessories.

“One very great convenience in a bath room is a towel bar at a suitable height, placed against the wall all around the room, except where it would interfere with other stationary furniture. Bars of heavy glass or nickel plate are easiest kept clean. Every bath tub should be providedContinue Reading

  “The design here shown was planned for and built by a banker in Ohio. It is somewhat on the colonial order, as carried out by both the front and side porch and the interior treatment as well, with columned openings dividing the hall and parlor. A very charming featureContinue Reading