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This photograph was used in a promotion for the Warren Featherbone Company.

This photograph was used in a promotion for the Warren Featherbone Company. Turkey feathers were used for the production of Warren's featherbone.

E.K. Warren in his private office.

E. K. Warren in his private office.

This photograph was used in a promotion for the Warren Featherbone Company.

This photograph was used in a promotion for the Warren Featherbone Company.

Warren Featherbone employees running factory equipment.

Warren Featherbone employees run factory equipment. After the plumage was cut from the turkey quill, this machine would divide the quill through the center, exposing the pith.

An employee of the Warren Featherbone Company is seen here operating equipment.

An employee of the Warren Featherbone Company operates a piece of equipment.

A female Warren Featherbone employee operates factory equipment.

A female Warren Featherbone employee operates factory equipment. This machine binds multiple strips together with thread into cablets.

This photograph shows the Warren Featherbone Company executive office for clerks and secretaries.

This photograph shows the Warren Featherbone Company executive office for clerks and secretaries.

The Warren Featherbone Company building in Chicago, Illinois, located at 211 Wabash Avenue.

The Warren Featherbone Company building in Chicago, Illinois, located at 211 Wabash Avenue.

Office employees of the Warren Featherbone Company pose for a photograph.

Office employees of the Warren Featherbone Company pose for a photograph.

Heads of Departments of the Warren Featherbone Company pose for a group photograph on April 11, 1917.

Department heads of the Warren Featherbone Company pose for a group photograph on April 11, 1917.

This photograph was taken inside the Warren Featherbone office before remodeling took place.

The interior of the Warren Featherbone office before remodeling took place.

The E.K. Warren Building housed the office of the Warren Featherbone Company from 1905 until 1928.

The E. K. Warren Building housed the office of the Warren Featherbone Company from 1905 until 1928. It served as the Chamberlain Memorial Museum from 1928 until 1952.

Exterior of the Warren Featherbone store in New York City.

The exterior of the Warren Featherbone store in New York City in 1901. The store was located at 898 Broadway. 

 


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