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This White model was described by a contemporary source as a machine of simple construction with a minimum number of parts, a good amount of space under the arm, featuring a feed on either side of the needle, and possessing a self-setting needle and a self-threading shuttle.
An improved version of the White vibrating shuttle was introduced in the late 1880s.
After acquiring the Domestic Sewing Machine Company of Buffalo, New York, in 1924, White continued manufacturing the Domestic-made Franklin sewing machines for Sears Roebuck & Co. In 1926, under the leadership of company president A S Rodgers, the company was reorganised as the White Sewing Machine Corporation.
From the mid-1920s through 1950s, White was the main supplier (and by the early 1930s, was the sole supplier) of to Sears Roebuck & Co.
It became the most popular White model and continued to be manufactured by the company in various incarnations into the 1950s.
In terms of quality, White were consistently ranked as a close second to those manufactured by Singer.
It was replaced with an improved version in the 1890s which continued in production into the 1920s.
In the late 1890s the company's vibrating-shuttle model was supplemented with a new rotary model, known initially as the "White Family Rotary".
A vibrating-shuttle lock-stitch was introduced in 1876.
From the beginning, it was a very popular model, with a total of about 80,000 sold from 1876 through 1880.
In 1882, the company was producing about 1,200 a week and about 60,000 machines annually.
In the late 1890s, the company diversified its operation and began manufacturing items such as roller skates, bicycles, kerosene lamps, lathes, and screw machines.
In 1901, the company produced its first automobile.
In the late 1920s, the company introduced the first-ever with a flat crinkle finish.