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Industrial Model 7-31
S/N AG413031                          May 26, 1942

There is a picture in the book Singer in World War II, 1939-1945, of women sewing at six model 7-31 machines; the caption reads:

"Another section of an Army Salvage Depot where squad tents and other large canvas items are repaired. Top view shows overall size of a large, table-high platform built to hold them while being stitched. Lower view illustrates how operator using a heavy Singer Machine requires assistance from man standing, who moves the tents as they are being mended."

 

Singer Model 7-31 shown during an auction at Fort Lewis, Washington in the spring of 2001. Machine description:

Industrial sewing machine. 1-Singer Mfg Co Tag #7-31, SN AG413031 with G.E. switch, 3PH,  1/3HP, 1725 RPM, 210/230V 1.5AMPS, Singer Electric Transmitter Cat No S523367.

.Singer 7-31

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Household Machines:
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Featherweight 221 Crinkle Machine
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Singer 66 Crinkle Machine 
Singer 99 Crinkle Machine with Black Faceplate
Singer 128 Crinkle Machine with Black Faceplate

Industrial  Machines:
144W for mending uniforms and articles of heavy canvas
241-3 with phosphor bronze fittings for stitching ignition pads

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