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Felt slippers fitting room where cut patterns are sewed together for "lasting." West Alhambra, Calif.

Felt slippers fitting room where cut patterns are sewed together for "lasting." West Alhambra, Calif.

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description

Summary

Photograph shows women seated at sewing machines; materials in foreground.
J262154 U.S. Copyright Office
Stereo copyrighted by Philip Brigandi, Los Angeles, Calif.
No. 146 - Wool 32.
Title from item.
From the series: The California Missions and the State of California. Wool 32.
This record contains unverified, old data from caption card, with subsequent revisions.
Caption card tracings: Sewing machines; Women Employ [1923]; Ca. W- A-; Photog. Index; Shelf.

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Date

01/01/1923
person

Contributors

Brigandi, Philip, 1873-1945, photographer
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copyright

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No known restrictions on publication. No renewal in the U.S. Copyright Office (checked 11/2014).

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