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A beautiful pair of white, ladies gloves. Made in Western Germany for, The J.L.Hudson Company.
While these gloves are in excellent condition, there are a few dust marks on them.
They seem to be a size medium and measure 11" long. They come up past the wrist. Tag inside glove with name of the company. It reads, "Made in Western Germany For The J.L. Hudson Company.

I found it interesting to read about The J. L. Hudson Company. Here is a little about the company that sold these gloves.

Founded in 1881 by Joseph L. Hudson, the store thrived during the record growth of the city of Detroit and the auto industry during the first half of the 20th century. The family also founded the Hudson Motor Car Company, which eventually became part of the American Motors Corporation. Hudson operated the store until his death in 1912 when his four nephews, James, Joseph, Oscar and Richard Webber assumed control. The third generation of the family assumed control in 1961 when Joseph L. Hudson, Jr. became president of the company.[4]

Over time, the store grew from its modest beginnings in the Detroit Opera House to a 25-story building with 2,124,316 sq ft (197,355.4 m2) and occupying an entire city block. Hudson's was known for customer satisfaction and its liberal return policy and would even pick-up merchandise that customers purchased years earlier, but never used. In 1952, Hudson's total sales were $175 million however it issued refunds totaling $25 million. Store executives felt this was a small price to pay for customer loyalty.[3]

Vintage, Gloves in White, Made for The J.L. Hudson Company in Western Germany, part of the Hudson Motor Company


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
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