The Costume Gallery Presents:
A Year in Fashion: 1922
RUBBER
Clothing, Uniforms, and Accessories:
OIL FIELD WORKERS


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Oil Field Workers

Model R-60034: Oilking (brown jean)
1922 Wholesale Price: $8.90

Model R-60035: Oilking (tan jean)
1922 Wholesale Price: $8.90

Model R-60036: Oilking (drab jean)
1922 Wholesale Price: $8.90

As well known in the oil fields of the Southwest as any part of oil well equipment. Its great reputation is due to the high quality that has always been maintained in its manufacture.

Double texture- single-breasted- storm fly front- Thompson buckles- extra quality jean with dyed sheeting lining- seams and front single stitched; bottom double stitched-Stafast full corduroy collar- square shoulders with grommet ventilation under arms- adjustable tabs on sleeves with ball and socket fasteners- two outside pockets with flaps- over-jacket of same material covering front, half sleeves and back with ventilation in back- vent in back with one button- all seams sewed, cemented and strapped. Length 52 inches.

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Website Bibliographical Information:

Raynster Raincoats: Rubber Clothing Sundries and Naugahyde Specialities Catalog, U.S. Rubber Company, 1922, p. 24.

This business had stores in 35 U.S. and Canadian cities.

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