McGill's Patent Fasteners &c. [sic] [advertisement on page from catalog or magazine, undated.]
McGill, George W. 1843-1917
Holmes, Booth & Haydens
Ink on paper
1 item, 15 cm x 23 cm
Office equipment fasteners. Holmes, Booth & Haydens, a Waterbury, Connecticut manufacturer involved in casting, rolling and drawing brass and copper, manufactured the McGill patented fastener invented by George W. McGill.
Illustrated advertisement for McGilll's Patent Fasteners, among advertisements for Paul E. Wirt fountain pen, A.W. Faber's lead pencils, Fay Bicycles, Franklin Printing Ink Works ("This Magazine is printed with John Woodruff's Sons' Inks").
Office Equipment series, Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Archives Center, National Museum of American History