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Duart Permanent Wave Machine, â€śStandard cat. No 14, Imperial, Serial #4929, 110 Volts ACDC, 15 amps. Duart Mfg. Co Litd., San Francisco, Chicago, New York.â€ťMachine has a dial timer from 0 to 15 and a clock On/Off switch. DATE: 1940. Hair historian Jeff Haflerâ€™s Beauty Bubble Salon and Museum in Twentynine Palms, California has a 1940s Duart Perm Machine once owned by one of Veronica Lakeâ€™s hairdresser, Earle Adams, who donated it.
Gabrieleen Tepidaire Permanent Hair Wave Machine Serial No. 1802, Model 100. 115 volts, 10 amps to be used on alternating current, front On/Off switch, 6 poles for heating and 30 clamps. Gibbs & Co. Distributor, â€śWorldâ€™s Largest Mfgrs. & Distributor of Beauty Shop Supplies & Equipment.â€ť Machine is 16â€ť x 8â€ť x 8â€ť with metal chrome caps, and a long black plug with a rubber cord. DATED: 1951. â€śIn January 1951, the Paul Hein Beauty Salon featured a new hairstyle called the Gabrieleen Tepidaire - Not a cold wave, not a hot wave, but anew wave.â€ť Reprinted by Jeanne Andersen, a Trustee of the St. Louis Park Historical Society who stated, â€śThis Timeline is intended as a chronology of some of the major events in the history of the Brookside neighborhood of St. Louis Park, Minnesota.â€ť
Glass sign for â€śCecilâ€™s Beauty Parlour, Perm-Waveing a Speciality, Marcel 75-Haircuts 35.â€ť Letters painted gold with black outlines. Sign hangs from a metal chain. DATE: Late 1920s into the 30s.
Park Avenue Machineless Wave, Helene Curtis Industries, Chicago â€ś for professional use only, worldâ€™s largest manufacturer of products for the beauty shop,â€ť 28 pads and 28 absorbents. Unopened Vacuum Sealed can.
Sun Aero Model Rex Hair Dryer, â€ś Trade Mark Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. William Meyer Company, Chicago, Ill U.S.A, Dryer No x-1154. 50/60 Cycle, 110 Volts and 6 amps.â€ť 10 different patent #s are listed. There is a turn dial for Hot, Cold and two for Off. There is a snap open cap over the opening for the oil.