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Winchesters: not just for shooting

After World War I, Winchester Repeating Arms Company didn’t have the government contracts on which it had come to depend, and consequently, the company sustained deep financial problems. A new management team undertook a product diversification scheme intended to return Winchester to full production. By 1920, the company had 750 new products being manufactured or nearly ready for production. The objects below are part of the "non-gun" Winchester collection.

A Buffalo Bill Center of the West Virtual Exhibit
Curated by: Marg2309


Untitled: Surpri...
Crampton, R. McN. | Other | ...
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1988.8.2615
Winchester Arms Repeating Co...
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1988.8.862
Other | calendar | printed |...
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1990.4.1
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1988.8.844
Winchester Repeating Arms Co...
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1983.3.139
Other
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1983.3.140
Other | safety razor
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1983.3.157
Other | straight razor
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1988.8.1342
Winchester Manufacturing Co....
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1983.3.136
Winchester | tool | Other | ...
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1983.3.73
Winchester | Other
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1983.3.33
skate, ice | Other
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1983.3.31
Other | skate, ice
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1983.3.27
Other | skate, roller
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