Distinctive Automobile Garments & Requisites: Exclusive Imported and Domestic Models for Men, Women and Children (Google eBook)

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Saks & Company, 1905 - Clothing and dress - 199 pages
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Page 145 - Figure one presents a dignified tourist cap which has attached in the back fold a pair of wid« vision goggles cleverly concealed. Figure two shows the hood in service. The visor is flexible and easily turned up into the crown of the cap when the mask and goggles are in service, as figure three depicts. From the wind, the snow, the dust and rain does the cap warrant immunity.
Page 145 - From the wind, the snow, the dust and rain does the cap warrant immunity. a. Of Cheviot Cloth, in mixtures, Burberry Cloth, in grey or tan; Cravenette Cloth, in mixtures; Covert Cloth, in tan or brown; Linen, in tan, or any other fabric of which our garments are made b.
Page 145 - Men. j|O favorably were we impressed with this model, which our designers conceived, that we petitioned for a patent, which has been granted. The illustrations clearly convey to the eye the four functions which this cap faithfully answers. Figure one presents a dignified tourist cap which has attached in the back fold a pair of wid« vision goggles cleverly concealed.
Page 198 - This book is the property of the Fine Arts Library of Harvard College Library Cambridge, MA 02138 617-495-3374 Please observe all due dates carefully. This book is subject to recall at any time. The borrower will be charged for overdue, wet or otherwise damaged material.
Page 146 - Of Cheviot Cloth, in mixtures : Burberry Cloth, in grey or tan ; Cravenette Cloth in mixtures ; Covert Cloth in tan or brown ; Linen in tan or any other fabric of which our garments are made, ......... b. Of Danish Leather, in tan or black, $4.75 6.00 Plfair trnd for our 373'pag* catalog**. Company 330 to 3+rb £>t., Jftnn Hoik MORGAN *WRIGHTTIRES ARE GOOD TIRES Superior in Direct Competition L.

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