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The Furnace of the City July 1st Do You and your family Want to Live Over this Furnace Or where the sea Breeze Blows, Bossert, Louis & Sons

Author Name    Bossert, Louis & Sons

Title   The Furnace of the City July 1st Do You and your family Want to Live Over this Furnace Or where the sea Breeze Blows

Binding   Paper

Edition   Mailing Folder No. 3

Publisher   Brooklyn Louis Bossert & Sons Inc 1925

Seller ID   010131

Rare promotional mailing folder to promote the sale of Bossert Bungalows which were ready to erect summer homes. The folder is wonderfully illustrated in full color with nice Art Deco like artwork and is tipped in on light gray stock paper and is an unsent sample used to promote the sale of these ready to erect small houses. The brochure opens up from a hot New York summer scene to show a young child wadding in an Art Deco ocean with information about buying one of these ready to erect summer homes on each side. The brochure itself is fine, there is some small chipping to the bottom of the gray mounting. Although undated I would place it from the 1920's.

Brochures, Houses, Bungalows, New York City, art Deco, Architecture, Graphic Design, Promotional Items,

Price = 175.00 USD

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