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This black and white photographic postcard features the First Christian Church in Winfield, Kansas. The roof is completed with asbestos shingles. The front of the church contains four columns. Trees and a street lies to the left of the building. Printed text is at the bottom and on the back of the card. Typed text is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Ambler (Pa.), Hudson Center (N.H.), Winfield (Kan.), Cowley County (Kan.), Wichita (Kan.), Sedgwick County (Kan.), Buildings, Churches, Shingles, Building materials, Roofing, Advertisements
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Smith, Isaac N., "Postcard: Asbestos "Century" Shingles Applied French Method" (1912). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 974.
Asbestos "Century" Shingles, Applied French Method on First Christian Church, Winfield, Kans. Series C. 8 Architects and General Contractors: John M. Fuller Construction Co. Winfield, Kans. Roofing Contractor Fred Buckley, Wichita, Kans. Did you know that Hundreds of Millions of ASBESTOS "CENTURY" SHINGLES are used on roofs yearly? The Roof the Outlives the Buildings" Never Requires Paint. KEASBEY & MATTISON Co. Factors, Ambler, Penna, U.S.A. | Messrs Isaac N Smith & Son Hudson Center, N. H.