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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 252 (238)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 252
Page 252


1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 252

AMERICAN MAT CORPORATION

"Americats Largest Matting Specialists" - Toledo 2, Ohio

1721 Adams Street



A COMPLETE LINE OF FLOOR MATTING

For Promoting Safety - Providing Comfort - Reducing Fatigue ' Furthering Sanitation

AT ALL POINTS IN THE THEATRE



EZY-BUG RUBBER LINK MATTING

tor a truly beautiful lobby. Traps all dirt, keeps it out 9t sight and prevents tracking into the theatre. Reduces frequency of itedecorating necessitated by dirt whirled into the air by the heating and cooling systems. Eliminates dangers of wet, slippery flooring. Easily handled.

Available with lettering and designs.



TUF-TRED TI MATT

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For use on wet, slippery Hours. Long-wearing. Beveled nosing on all sides. 5/3" thick, up to 6' wide, any length.



AMERICAN COUNTER-TRED MATTING



for use at your randy eountcr and popcorn machine. A durable. rubber and cord matting. Easily handled for cleaning. 5%" thick, 24" wide, any

length.

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PERFORATED CORRUGATED

MATTING

for a distinctive entranee. Especially recommended for odd-shaped entrances, with cutouts, projeetions or other irregularities. No other inattingz has more advertising value. Has good dirt removing: qualities. Long wearing, there are many installations today that are 13 to 20 years old. Will withstand eonsiderable abuse and rough handling. Available in three



thicknesses-77%". 31%" and l/g"*-in a variety of attractive colors, including black, grey, briek red, white, blue, green. orange, yellow and dark brown. Any design or special style lettering ran

be furnished and in contrasting colors to the main background.

Write for prices and folder "A Mat for Every Purpose"



THEATRE CATALOG 1947-48
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 252