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Swab Wagon Company: Wagons That Wear. (edition 1923)

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Title:Swab Wagon Company: Wagons That Wear.
Authors:Swab Wagon Company
Info:Swab Wagon Company, Elizabethville, Pennsylvania (1923). Reproduction.
Collections:LIB: Schwalm Library

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Swab Wagon Company: Wagons That Wear. by Swab Wagon Company

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This is a reproduction of a catalog or a series of advertisements by the Swab Wagon Company, Elizabethville, Pennsylvania, about 1923. There is no date in the catalog, but the introduction states that the company has been producing wagons for 56 years and was founded in 1868. Contains the statement that the company is a manufacturer of farm, lumber and freight wagons; platform and elliptic spring wagons; solid steel axles with chilled boxes; coach bet steel axles with case hardened boxes; bob sleds, hand wagons and wheel-barrows. Also contains a letter, dated March 21, 1910, from Jonas Swab (and a portrait of him). Illustrations of all the types of wagons made by the company, sizes, weights, and other information as well as ordering information.
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