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Allanstand Cottage Industries Salesroom Interior

Used for the Allanstand Cottage Industries publicity, this photograph shows the types of wares that were sold in the shop in the 1920s. Baskets of all shapes and sizes are displayed on the floor in front of a glass case with smaller baskets and pottery in it. A spinning wheel and a table with textiles draped over it can also be seen in the picture.

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Pelton, Herbert. W. Allastand College Industries salesroom interieor. 1920/1929. Western Carolina University: Hunter Library. (Accessed December 7, 2018)

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