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Wards Wallpaper and Paint.

WALLPAPER CATALOG - COLOR DECO)

Editorial: Montgomery Ward U.S.A. Chicago. 1936., 1936
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Catalog of approximately 76 sheets of wall-paper patterns (many deco-inspired) in full color, with a number heavily textured to achieve a pebbled or granulated surface. Each sample in very good clean condition. An exceptional catalog of particular interest to those interested in 30s deco-inspired motifs. Rolls of paper range in price from 5 1/2 to 26 cents per roll. Rear 10 pages of the catalog feature Wards paint products, oil cloth and Plaster Painter (with Disney's Mickey Mouse featured in border trim). Abrasion and small area of paper loss to spine; a lightly toned area to front cover; contents in excellent condition. (Wards was in business from 1872 to 2000.) The catalog is introduced with four photo-illustrated pages depicting how a young woman single-handedly papered a whole room; she is remarking to her husband, seated in an over-stuffed chair (the wall paper catalog clutched in his hands): "Look John, Here's $2.00 I saved on this room alone. I'm going to paper the whole house and pay for it on Wards Budget Plan." On the next page, photos depict the smock-clad housewife going through five easy steps to paper a room, "ceiling first." In this photo, a strip of paper heavy with paste hangs out of her reach, ready to drag the whole length to the floor when she descends to move the ladder. A "nothing-to-it" spin disguises the horror of do-it-yourself wallpapering. Nonetheless, the catalog's deco patterns are particularly note-worthy. Uncommon: WorldCat lists only one library holding. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Wards Wallpaper and Paint.
Editorial: Montgomery Ward U.S.A. Chicago. 1936.
Año de publicación: 1936
Encuadernación: Wrappers.

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WALLPAPER CATALOG - COLOR DECO)
Editorial: Montgomery Ward U.S.A. Chicago. 1936. (1936)
Usado Wrappers. Cantidad: 1
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Descripción Montgomery Ward U.S.A. Chicago. 1936., 1936. Wrappers. Catalog of approximately 76 sheets of wall-paper patterns (many deco-inspired) in full color, with a number heavily textured to achieve a pebbled or granulated surface. Each sample in very good clean condition. An exceptional catalog of particular interest to those interested in 30s deco-inspired motifs. Rolls of paper range in price from 5 1/2 to 26 cents per roll. Rear 10 pages of the catalog feature Wards paint products, oil cloth and Plaster Painter (with Disney's Mickey Mouse featured in border trim). Abrasion and small area of paper loss to spine; a lightly toned area to front cover; contents in excellent condition. (Wards was in business from 1872 to 2000.) The catalog is introduced with four photo-illustrated pages depicting how a young woman single-handedly papered a whole room; she is remarking to her husband, seated in an over-stuffed chair (the wall paper catalog clutched in his hands): "Look John, Here's $2.00 I saved on this room alone. I'm going to paper the whole house and pay for it on Wards Budget Plan." On the next page, photos depict the smock-clad housewife going through five easy steps to paper a room, "ceiling first." In this photo, a strip of paper heavy with paste hangs out of her reach, ready to drag the whole length to the floor when she descends to move the ladder. A "nothing-to-it" spin disguises the horror of do-it-yourself wallpapering. Nonetheless, the catalog's deco patterns are particularly note-worthy. Uncommon: WorldCat lists only one library holding. Nº de ref. de la librería 53416

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