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Re: fainting couch

Posted By: C A Thomas <Hatfield95@aol.com> (12-219-130-12.client.mchsi.com)
Date: 1/27/5 19:52

In Response To: fainting couch (Jim Pettit)

Jan. 27, 2005

Dear Jim,

I'm looking for pictures of Eastlake fainting couches. I have recently received one that belonged to my great-grandparents. It has no back, but does have a place where one would rest. (The couch had been in my father's garage for 50 years.) Much to my surprise the gentleman, who is going to restore it and design and make a back for it, opened it up. I had no idea it would open up as if to sleep 2 skinny people. There are no support legs for the half that unfolds. I do understand your problem, but at this point, I can't help you. If I come up with any info, I'll pass it on to you. Sincerely, Hatfield95

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