Embossed ""LADIES" sign made in USA
4.63" x 16.00"
Made of .024 steel. Powder coated with raised embossed, painted lettering. 4-1/8” holes for hanging.
Metal embossed signs can be used for a number of applications. Architectural, Office, Way Finding, Safety. We have been making them the same way for over 100 years and there is still not a better way to do it. Metal signs are easy to read, long lasting and downright cool.
he Irwin-Hodson Company (IHCO) was originally founded in 1892 as the Ben C. Irwin Company. A four-man printing and bookbinding business, the Company depended primarily upon banks for their business, providing forms, ledgers, blank-books and other office supplies. Salesmen traveled by stagecoach and train for weeks at a time to various banks scattered throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana.
The Irwin-Hodson Company (IHCO) was originally founded in 1892 as the Ben C. Irwin Company.
In 1894 the Ben C. Irwin Company joined with Clarence Hodson and The Irwin-Hodson Company was born. The current family reign began when E. A. McDonald, Sr., first employed by the company as a bookkeeper in 1942, became president in 1954. He was the father of E. A. McDonald, Jr., who began with the company in 1952. He followed his father as president in 1974 and served in that capacity until his death in 1985. His son, T.J. McDonald, is the current president with Mark S. McDonald, vice president. In 2012, T.J. and Mark S. McDonald appointed Nick McDonald and Mark E. McDonald to the positions of VP.
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