L.M. DuBois Feather Dyer

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L.M. DuBois
Parisian Ostritch Feather Dyer
42 West Huron Street
Buffalo, New York

1907 Advertisement from a Shea’s Theatre playbill. Feathers were commonplace on both men’s and women’s hats during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Feathers were so popular that acts were passed in both 1900 and 1913 limiting the feather trade and protecting birds endangered as a result of the craze. The L.M. DuBois address is currently a parking lot.

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