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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Aubry Sisters Toiletries & Cosmetics

The Aubry Sisters were an exclusive song-and-dance team from  big comic opera company who started appearing on stage around 1904. They usually worked the vaudeville circuit well into the late 1920s and their most famous act was "The Doll Dance."

 Their cosmetic company was established in Toledo, Ohio around 1910, the Aubry Sisters company sold cosmetics and toiletries, they apparently were a short lived company, closing around 1925.
Their main office appears to be 153 West 23rd  Street in New York City.

Their cosmetics were sold at department stores and often had demonstrators.

Some of their cosmetics and toiletry products:

  • Liquid rouge
  • Dry rouge
  • Greaseless cream
  • Beautifier face powder
  • Facial massage cream
  • Hair tonic
  • Tooth powder
  • Cold cream
  • Depilatory powder
  • Witch hazel
  • Beautifier soap

advertisement from 1910
c1912 ad

photos of the Aubrey Sisters brochure by ebay seller mike-force

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