The servant in the house
During the nineteenth century, the United States Patent Office Museum of Models exhibited models of patents that had been granted. Ultimately, the number of models on display reached 150,000 and in 1926 Congress decided that the models should be dispersed. The Smithsonian was given the first chance to select models for the national collection, a responsibility shared by Museum curators Frederick Lewton and Carl Mitman. Fortunately for the Textile Collection, Lewton collected heavily in textile manufacturing, particularly sewing machines.
Lewton, Frederick L. (1930). The servant in the house. G.P.O. Retrieved from 10.5479/sil.455380.39088010343143
Lewton, Frederick L. The servant in the house. G.P.O, 1930, 10.5479/sil.455380.39088010343143
Lewton, Frederick L. The servant in the house. G.P.O, 1930. doi: 10.5479/sil.455380.39088010343143
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