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The Wilkinson Machine Shop at Templeton, Massachusetts, where Thomas White constructed his first machine-a copy of the New England-type chain-stitch model.
They are robust, well-made, machines capable of sewing thick materials that many modern machines are incapable of handling.
In 1858, at the age of 22 the founder of the company, Thomas White began manufacturing New England-type which he sold for $10 apiece.
Between the early 1930s through the 1950s, White was the sole supplier of sewing machines sold by Sears Roebuck & Company. You can find the age of White sewing machines using the serial number stamped on each machine or printed on a tag affixed to the machine.
Examine the outside of the sewing machine for a number stamped in the metal or a tag that contains the serial number.
However, in 1889, the company won its most prestigious award-the Universelle Exposition medal in Paris.