A farmer, a writer, and two disgruntled marketers are unlikely collaborators, yet somewhere amid these checkered histories lies the special synchronicity through which Territory Hard Goods was born. The company melds influences both urban and rural and parts both industrial and organic in a mix of vintage finds and rehabbed furniture. With this distinctly American collection, Territory Hard Goods stakes its claim as a refreshingly homegrown source of defining design.
This photograph was snapped on June 17, 1931, at the annual outing of the NJ Casualty & Utilities Claim Men's Protection Association at Blaseberg's Cove. Wood frame. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age.