Metal, wood, paper
24 1/2 x 15 3/8 x 8 3/8 in.
A wood cabinet with doors in the front and back. The front door is inset with a tin sign with a color print of children playing in a forest with a balloon; a boy in red, and four girls, one in blue, one in pink, one in yellow and one in lavendar play with a red, white and blue hot-air balloon printed with and orange diamond with a "D" in the middle. It reads in gold and red "Diamond Dyes/ The Standard Package Dyes of the World". On the rear door is a paper label printed with a scene of women buying cloth in red and black and provided a long history of the company and its products entitle "25 Year Ago- One Package Dyes/ Today- Two Package Dyes". Inside the rear door is a caution to the dealer about storing the dyes in dry conditions. The inside of the cabinet is separated by wood dividers into cubby holes. Formerly L42.
Gift of Bella C. Landauer
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