Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 1920-1923
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On August 12, 1918, the brothers incorporated the Zwebell Bros. Co., with a capital stock of $25,000 in order to produce the new sectional mold/vulcanizer. The device was demonstrated at trade shows and State Fairs throughout the country and the device became quite popular for a time.

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Bub logo.

The 3 brothers Arthur B., Herbert A. and Albert R. Zwebell became wealthy in a short period of time and launched a number of new businesses. Herbert A. and Albert R. Zwebell went into the aftermarket Model T body manufacturing business, organizing the Bub Body Corporation in 1921.

(source: Coachbuilt) ©2004 Mark Theobald - All rights reserved.

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1922 Bub Speedster body drawing. (source: Coachbuilt) ©2004 Mark Theobald - All rights reserved.

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1922 Bub Speedster body. (source: Coachbuilt) ©2004 Mark Theobald - All rights reserved.

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THE "1900's" BOOK.
Each decade seems to have its own stylistic language, and this issue showcases logos, ads, cars, companies and products (and their typographical sensibilities) from the early 1900s.

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