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Solomon “Sol” Adler: Restless Inventor

In several cases are drawings and documents related to inventor Solomon "Sol" Adler, who developed the first sewing machine that offered decorative stitches. Also on view are three sewing machine models Adler built between 1939 and 1954 to work through his improvements and a pacesetter sewing machine with the ""wishing dial" he invented that allowed for 30 different decorative machine stitches manufactured by Brother.