Views of Oak Hall, men's and boys' one price clothing house, 32 to 38 North Street, Boston, Mass., undated

Collection Type

  • Ephemera

GUSN

GUSN-244569

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Description

The verso has 1814 and 1874 images of Oak Hall, the earlier one the residence of C.B. Simmons. The brochure reads "the oldest clothing house in Boston." Visitors to the Mechanics' Fair are instructed to see the Oak Hall cloth cutting, button hole and automatic measuring equipment and steam sewing machines in Quincy Hall.

Details

Descriptive Terms

advertising
business (commercial function)
clothing
clothing stores
men (male humans)
boys
fairs
brochures

Physical Description

1 brochure ; 5 1/2 x 7 inches

Collection Code

EP001

Collection Name

Ephemera collection

Reference Code

EP001.01.023.05.04.023

Image Dimensions

7 x 5 1/2 (HxW)(inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Walter K. Watkins, March 20, 1934.

Places

Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Material Type

brochures

Other Organizations

Oak Hall (Firm)

Subjects

Men's clothing
Boys' Clothing
North Street (Boston, Mass.)

Description Level

Item