The "Minnesota" was a vibrating shuttle bus design manufactured by the Goodrich Sewing Machine Company of Chicago, Illinois. Made at the company's Kankakee, IL, plant, this 1890s device made use of a New Home kind shuttle, a Domestic styled bobbin winder, and bears a striking resemblance to a National. The early 1900s "Minnesota B" installed in a drop leaf type cabinet with 5 serpentine front drawers. The "Burdick" was produced by the Davis Sewing Machine Company of Dayton, Ohio, in the very early 1900s. The device was later relabeled and sold as the Minnesota "B". 1900s-1910s. $125.00.

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