This is such a fun bathroom wall. The center bottom hanger is very unusual. I couldn't get it off my mind.
You never know what you may find in my garage. I spied some old wooden hangers on a clothes rod while getting in my car to go to work on Friday. The wheels were turning on the car and in my mind.
After lunch today I had to take a closer look at those hangers. There were actually quite a few but many where the same type. I needed some variety.
I liked this hanger because it had printing on it. "For cleaning or pressing, Call the Valet Department". It's from the Curtis Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota. One thing I remember about the Curtis Hotel is that hockey fans from our town stayed there when our high school team went to the state tournaments.
This is a darker wood hanger that has printing on it in ink pen. It says "Ruby M Olson, 9th grade". Don't know Ruby.
No wood on this one. I think it's from skirts or trousers. This one is made by the Henry Hanger Co., NYC.
I doubt hangers have been made in New York City or even the USA for quite some time.
A narrow trouser hanger.
A wider trouser hanger.
The top one has a round wooden piece, and the bottom one is from "Lovering's, St. Paul, Minnesota". Also says Dale 0540, Phoenix Products, Milwaukee.
The last one is a heavy gauge wire hanger with wooden clothespins that cannot be removed from the hanger.
More to come...
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