COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability. Colson Company.
COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability.
COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability.
COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability.
COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability.

COLSON WHEEL CHAIRS, CRIPPLE MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT [cover title]. WHEEL CHAIRS: Machines for Cripples, Catalog No. 62. Catalog of a very high grade of specially made vehicles and equipment for all conditions of invalidism and disability.

Elyria, Ohio: Colson Company, circa 1920s. First Edition. Softcover. 78pp with index; illustrated throughout from photographs. Contains detailed descriptions of the equipment, specifications, and many illustrations. Models include: The "Fifth Avenue" Push Chair; The "Boulevard" Push Chair; The "Buster Brown" Child's Push Chair; The "Home Runabout" Self-propelling House Chair; The "Atlantic City" Swivel Push Chair; The "Sleepy Hollow" Reclining Push Chair; The "Station Master" Push Chair; The "New York" designed for narrow doors and elevators; The "St. Barnabas" Self-propelling, Reclining Chair; The "Office Runabout"; The "Tulsa" Folding Chair; The "Popular" Rocker Truck; The "Amherst" Tricycle; The "Princeton" Tricycle; The "Government Special" Tricycle; "Men's Auto Coaster"; The "Spinal Carriage," a bed on wheels; chain-driven chairs; safety lock brakes; three- and four-wheel running gears; luggage carrier; &c., &c. About 70 different models are shown, plus auxiliary equipment. Bound in cloth-backed, printed tan wrappers, 6.5" x 5" Very Good. Item #040961

[OCLC locates only a 1930 catalog issued by this company, with one holding at the Ohio Historical Connection.].

Price: $300.00

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