Detroit, Michigan. F. L. Jacobs. 1946.
Booklet, 6 x 9 inches, 16 pp (including decorative color paper covers) describing, and picturing in color, various aspects of the "completely automatic home laundry." Text states that you put in the clothes, add soap, flip the switch, and "Launderall does everything else efficiently, quietly, and automatically." Mint condition (Forest Grove, Oregon retailer's stamp on first page - an illustration of the handsome machine.) Evidently these machines have a following of sorts among collectors of vintage appliances, although not all collectors are totally enthusiastic. One web site visitor posted the following comment: "You are probably the only living collector that has seen one of these machines run without catching on fire." The public has been warned. Item #53862