1869 - Edward D. Gird's Patent model for Multi-needle sewing machine

1869 - Edward D. Gird's Patent model for Multi-needle sewing machine

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Patent model for Multi-needle sewing machine, to stitch several tucks or pleats at once, as necessary for men's shirtfronts in the 19th century.. Improvement in Sewing-Machine for making Shirt-Bosoms. Edward D. Gird, of Cedar Lake, NY. Patent No. 87559. Issued March 9, 1869.
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Object Name
sewing machine patent model
ID Number
TE.T06336.000
accession number
89797
catalog number
T06336.000
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Cultural and Community Life: Textiles
Sewing Machines
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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