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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 393 (380)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 393
Page 393

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 393

Have you a theatre Carpet Problem?

Read (what J 0/172 Eeerrmz, of the jirm of fell}; and Drew Ebermn, and dean of American t/zeatre alerignerr, ltar t0 ray aaoztt t/zeatre earpetr 7372 general, anal Alexander Smit/t

carpets and remlce in particular.

John Eberson, of the firm of John and Drew Eberson

hIn planning for my carpets for a theatre, I take into consideration that the interior is primarily one which should result in pleasant and stimulating surroundings for its patrons. Surfaces such as foyers and lounges require large patterns in a scale corresponding to these large spaces; while I recommend to owners that they use small-patterned, two-toned carpets in the aisles. Colors require as careful selection as patterns, and the combination produces

the essential comfort and attractiveness for a theatre interior.

l(Ca1-pets must hold up under the wear and tear they are exposed to from hundreds of theatre-goers. The original cost of a well-made, durable carpet means a saving over the continuous expenses for replacements with less dur able goods.

tlI have had the best of results from Alexander Smith Carpets. Their Crestwood line has solved many carpet problems for me and has resulted in satisfied clients. Their Contract Department has given me needed assistance

in the way of samples and suggestions on colors and patterns?)

Cofyriglll [WI], Alcxrunlcr Smith 59' Sam Car/m! Co.

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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 393