(New York: Paralledge Corporation), (1930).. (1930).. Good. - Small quarto [7-7/8 inches high by 6 inches wide], softcover bound in art-deco style green & tan wrappers stapled into outer art deco printed wrappers. The outer wrappers are lightly bumped & chipped with their edges a bit darkened & with a tiny chip out of the tail of the spine. 24 pages. illustrated with drawings & patterns in green, white & black. There is a tiny dent to both the outer & inner rear wrap with a lighter dent to the top margin of each page. The contents are very good.
A promotional brochure explaining Paralledge's marking device which can solve distortions in fabric which arise in the manufacturing of garments and which can lead to these garments being rejected as "crooked" or "twisted".