Vintage Mary Maxim Sweaters : News Photo

Vintage Mary Maxim Sweaters

Credit: Keith Beaty / Contributor
TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 11: Front and back photographs of each of 8-10 Mary Maxim curling sweaters. They are heavy wool sweaters that you couldn't buy in stores, but were knitted by moms from kits, circa 1955 (Keith Beaty/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 11: Front and back photographs of each of 8-10 Mary Maxim curling sweaters. They are heavy wool sweaters that you couldn't buy in stores, but were knitted by moms from kits, circa 1955 (Keith Beaty/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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Date created:
September 11, 2013
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180378155
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Front and back photographs of each of 810 Mary Maxim curling sweaters... News Photo 180378155Arts Culture and Entertainment,Canada,Curling,Fashion,Horizontal,Jumper,Photographs,Photography,Rear,TorontoPhotographer Collection: Toronto Star 2013 Toronto StarTORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 11: Front and back photographs of each of 8-10 Mary Maxim curling sweaters. They are heavy wool sweaters that you couldn't buy in stores, but were knitted by moms from kits, circa 1955 (Keith Beaty/Toronto Star via Getty Images)