The Costume Gallery Presents:
A Year in Fashion: 1922
Clothing, Uniforms, and Accessories:
SERVICE / HOUSEKEEPERS / CANNING /
CHEMIST / HOME APRON
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Service / Housekeepers/ Canning /
Chemist/ Home Apron
Model: Service Apron
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1922 Wholesale Price: $ .65
Dull finish black rubber on white sheeting- size 43 inches long by 35 inches wide at the bottom and 13 inches wide at the top- fitted with a loop of the same material passing around the neck and fastening with one ball and socket fastener. Has wide tape at the sides so that it can be attached around the waist.
Model: Chemist's Apron
1922 Wholesale Price: $1.65
Same style as the above- 47 inches long by 35 inches wide- made of acid-proof stock- has two ball and socket fasteners on the neck loop and two grommets at the sides.
Model: Housekeepers' or Canners' Apron
1922 Wholesale Price: $.25
Single Coated: Dull finish black rubber made of single coated cloth- size 27 x 36 inches- two grommets at top and two at sides. Also made of white rubber in the same size.
Double Coated: Black rubber double coated cloth- same size as the above.
Model: Home Apron
1922 Wholesale Price: $.45
Made of assorted single texture cloths with bound edges, having a tape around the neck and tape at the sides. Size 34 x 40 inches.
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Website Bibliographical Information:
Raynster Raincoats: Rubber Clothing Sundries and Naugahyde Specialities Catalog, U.S. Rubber Company, 1922, p. 45.
This business had stores in 35 U.S. and Canadian cities.
© A Year in Fashion 2000-2003.
Disclaimer: This article is being presented as an educational resource of women fashions during this time era. The Costume Gallery, or its owner, Penny E. Dunlap Ladnier, does NOT sell or make sewing patterns. This publication's text is in its original format. Spelling or grammar may not appear to be correct, but were standard for the original publication date.