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Mrs. James Brown: Larkin Company filmstrip, ca. 1930

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This promotional filmstrip, not seen for over 70 years, was produced in Buffalo, NY around 1930 as a tool to encourage housewives to join cooperative buying clubs known as the Larkin Clubs. Women who joined these clubs would pool their orders for Larkin Company household products and earn premiums. These premiums, in turn, could be cashed in for additional Larkin products.

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Mrs. James Brown: Larkin Company filmstrip, ca. 1930

  1. 1. “Mrs. James Brown starts a Larkin Club” Filmstrip ca. 1930

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