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Location March 1930:

Morris, Mann & Reilly, Inc.
320-322 W. Adams St.
Chicago, Illinois

Location August 1936:

Morris Mann & Reilly, Inc.
320 W. Adams St.
Chicago, Ill

Showroom:

292 Fifth Ave.
New York

Morris, Mann & Reily, Inc. exhibited at the Second National Merchandise Fair, held July 23- August 3, 1923 at the Grand Central Palace, New York City. (New York Times May 3, 1923, page 9)

Full page ad on page 52 of the March 1930 issue of "Hand Bag Modes" features geometic leather patchwork clutch bags with Art Deco flair.

Fur grained vinyl, a material called Reymor, was featured in this display ad on page 74 of the August 1936 issue of "Luggage & Leather Goods."


The 1940s

February 1942 Luggage & Leather Goods, page 38 full page ad

Full page ad April 1942 "Luggage & Leather Goods," page 32

The Cotton Charmers For Summer Selling article in the April 1942 Luggage & Leather Goods, page 40 illustrated new designs using innovative materials not limited by wartime priorities. 1942CottonSInTheBag

An attractive underarm envelope of wheat colored homespun combined with Reymor simulated python. It may also be had with water-snake or moroccan grained trim or in colored homespun. Retail price is $2.95. This is featured by Morris Mann & Reilly, Inc.

June 1942 Luggage & Leather Goods, page 38

same issue page 42

Dual purpose bag from Morris, Mann & Reilly, Inc., Chicago. In capeskin, it is a smart daytime bag. Can be turned into a dressy cocktail bag by merely untying bows and folding the sides back. Shown in navy and red, also available in six other colors.

"The attractive, reversible novelty from Morris, Mann & Reilly uses wood, instead of metal for the frame at the bottom." (page 63)

August 1942 "Luggage & Leather Goods," page 32

Handbag News August 1942 "Luggage & Leather Goods," page 58

Harry Morris Visits New York

"In an interview with Harry Morris, of Morris, Mann & Reilly, Chicago, Mr. Morris became quite enthusiastic about some of the new patented handbag numbers which the "finm will show in a very short time.
Discussing conditions brought about by the war, Mr. Morris mentioned that his firm was sending its line with a representative to key cities. Buyers are invited to come in to view the line and, incidentally their expenses are paid.
Mr. Morris stated that his firm had reached an agreement with workers and that a salary increase had been put into effect. He also remarked that 100% of the employees were buying War Bonds through the payroll deduction plan."


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