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Vintage Leather & Luggage Articles

Original vintage leather and luggage magazine articles display wonderfully matted and framed.  Unique old collectibles for Bag and Baggage, Binghamton Leather, C F Rump and Sons, Danella Shop, Denholm Mckay Company, Dependable Leather Goods Repair Shop, Earle Halliburton, Jr., Fowler Dick Walker, Grieve Bisset Holland, Guth Luggage Shop, Howard Luggage, Margetta Shoe Repair, Michelle Luggage, Miller and Peck, Penns Luggage Shop, Perfection Sample Case Company, Pitts the Trunk Man, Purdys Fine Leather Goods, R H Stearns, Sarrows Luggage Shop, Skyway Luggage Company, T K Barefield, Union Luggage, Webb and Wolfe, Wieboldt, and more!

binghamton leather co 1950 dont borrow buy your own vintage article
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Original vintage leather and luggage industry trade magazine article for BINGHAMTON LEATHER COMPANY of Binghamton, NY.  Don't Borrow Buy Your Own is a slogan around which a very successful luggage business has been built.  Joe Tierno does everything possible to promote the slogan to the public. If any move playing at local theaters has traveling scenes or any that show the performers carrying luggage or cases, the store features the picture in their window as a tie-in with the local theater.  There is also a personal leather goods section in the store.  Old 1950 1 page luggage article. ..

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danella shop 1950 joseph weissman double luggage sales vintage article
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Original vintage luggage industry trade magazine article for  DANELLA SHOP of Elizabeth, NJ.  Joseph Weissman created a separate luggage department at the Danella Shop which doubled luggage sales.  Co-owner with Jesse Teres.  Also sell handbags, personal leather goods and accessory items.  There appears to be a typo under the picture which says arrangement of luggage in Dallas Shop.  Should read Danella Shop.  Old 1950 2 page leather and luggage industry article. ..

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dependable leather goods repair shop 1950 shugarman vintage article
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Original vintage luggage industry trade magazine article for DEPENDABLE LEATHER GOODS REPAIR SHOP of Baltimore, MD.  How a $125 investment by Louis Shugarman in a luggage and leather repair shop was boosted into a large volume repair and retail business. With proper promotional means, the business grew until today it is handling a large line of luggage and leather goods and is even manufacturing sample cases fore the companies around the Oriole City.  His brother Larry also works for the repair shop.  Old 1950 leather and luggage industry article. ..

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fowler dick walker 1950 walter dayman luggage buyer vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for FOWLER, DICK AND WALKER of Binghamton, NY.  Walter Dayman, luggage buyer for Fowler, Dick & Walker finds his customers prefer national brands.  Consumer interest is in known luggage rather than in cut prices.  People buy luggage because they need it, not because it can be obtained at bargain prices.  Old 1950 2 page luggage article. ..

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grieve bisset holland 1950 main floor luggage sales vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for GRIEVE, BISSETT & HOLLAND, INC. of Waterbury, CT.  Main Floor Location Increases Sales.  Luggage purchases rise one hundred per cent at Grieve, Bissett & Holland when department is enlarged says Raymond Daniels, merchandise manager.   Old 1950 luggage industry 2 page article. ..

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howard luggage co 1950 selections simplified zimmerman vintage article
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Original vintage leather luggage industry trade magazine article for HOWARD LUGGAGE COMPANY of Baltimore, MD.  Customer Selection Simplified in Stock Arrangement at Howard Luggage Company.  Owner Morris Zimmerman is constantly on the lookout for improvements that will keep his merchandise moving.  The display at the rear of the new Howard store is topped by an interest compelling travel mural. Old 1950 1 page article. ..

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margetta shoe repair shop 1950 luggage successful vintage article
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Original vintage leather and luggage industry trade magazine article for  MARGETTA SHOE REPAIR SHOP of Erie, PA.  Luggage Successful in Shoe Repair Shop, Extending Luggage Merchandising to A.J. Margetta's  Third Store.  The visual merchandising facilities which make all three of the Margetta luggage-shoe repair shops noteworthy and have contributed so much to the success of the two already in operation,  represent an initial field trial for a special dealer help program for shoe repair shops inaugurated by the store planning and merchandising laboratories of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company of Akron, OH.  Old 1950 luggage industry 2 page article ..

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michelle luggage shop 1950 abe botwinick promotion vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for MICHELLE LUGGAGE SHOP of Trenton, NJ.  Owner Abe Botwinick came up with a promotion just before Christmas.  A Guess and Win Contest of how many rivets in the fish bowl on display.  Winner was announced Christmas Eve and won $100.00 in luggage of their choice.  The Promotion brought 2,000 people to the shop!  Contestants had to pass through the entire store length to fill in their entries.  This gave them an opportunity of seeing the line of luggage and leather goods stocked in the store.  Old 1950 2 page leather and luggage industry article. ..

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miller and peck company 1950 mass luggage display vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for MILLER AND PECK COMPANY of Waterbury, CT.  Mass Luggage Display Attracts Women says William J. Moriarity, display manager.  What was previously just a space taker in the store has now been turned into an active seller.  Old 1950 leather and luggage industry article. ..

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passport cases sell in chicago 1950 swartz excise tax vintage article
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Original vintage luggage and leather  industry trade magazine article for PASSPORT CASES SELL ACTIVELY IN CHICAGO by Merrill R. Swartz.  Luggage customers wait for the federal excise tax action.  John Vogel at Von Lengerke and Antoine shows leaping sales of passport cases showed that the travel bookings were being made, even if they had to use last year's luggage to make the trip.  Passport cases were even selling better than wallets.    Saul Levinthal at The Emporium reported business was still quiet, the same old story about the tax.  Men's billfolds with pass compartments were still the best sellers.  John Campbell at Marshall Field and Company reported unit sales were encouraging, but the best movers were low priced merchandise and a new line of lightweight long bound luggage.  Ed Mannheimer of Mandel Brothers noted that the public is finally beginning to realize that the tax is not coming off tomorrow morning.  Their time was catc..

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penns luggage shop 1950 newport news va better choice vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for PENN'S LUGGAGE SHOP in Newport News, VA.  Owner Harry Penn, Giving the Customers a Better Choice is the Secret of Success of Operating Metropolitan Type of Luggage Shop in a Small City.   Located on Washington Avenue, the main shopping street, Penn Luggage Shop carries 6 nationally advertised, top favorite luggage manufacturers' products,and complete lines of exclusive handbags, leather gifts, business leathers, etc.  Old 1950 leather and luggage industry article. ..

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perfection sample case company 1950 mannie optowsky vintage article
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Original vintage leather industry trade magazine article for PERFECTION SAMPLE CASE COMPANY of 406 South Wells, Street, Chicago, IL.  Owned by Mannie Optowsky, manager Miss Etha N. Schwartz.  This ultra modern Chicago store has a unique setup  There is a Galss Partition that separates the shop from the factory so customers can see and hear the factory in operation.  The shop is modern in every detail from the huge front windows to the back door, with many new ideas in display, un ultra new interior, swank fixtures, fluorescent lighting and easy to find stock arrangement.  Mr Optowsky, Sr founded the modest shop in 1918 that he still operates.  Mannie joined his dad in 1936 to learn the business.  After serving 4 years with the US Navy he relocated the machinery with the purpose of manufacturing only sample cases so his dad could devote all his time to the retail outlet.  Business continued to grow, and the new  modern store is now a show..

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