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Earlier models are often referred to by the "class" name eg New National, which became the model U, then US.After the Free Sewing Machine Company took over New Home some models were sold under both the New Home and Free names (as well as other badged names).
It is a thrifty and prosperous village of about 4,000 inhabitants, lying on both sides of Miller's River.Interchangeable Needles: 20x1 - Boye 4 - Schmetz - Free BB - Brewer G - National C - White B - Torrington R - European 712 New Home A3 Key features: Vibrating shuttle, rounded corners to bed, reverted to pointed end flat needle bar, top tension with release lever and new mounting, stitch length regulator on bed, narrow shank shuttle carrier, hand wheel without second hole, note take up and rear inspection plate, bobbin winder.Interchangeable Needles: 20x1 - Boye 4 - Schmetz - Free BB - Brewer G - National C - White B - Torrington R - European 712 New Home AB Key features: Vibrating Shuttle, top tension, flat needle bar measures 8 1/2" long, narrow shank shuttle carrier, note shape of rear inspection plate.Hand wheels available for treadle or electric models, serial number to rear or pillar.Uses Free rotary bobbin and case, bobbin case base has notched rim with solid center pin.New Home machines started to use letters in front of their serial numbers in about 1930. This applied to all models, including those with a Badged Name.
"New Home" models include: AC, AD, DA, DNHM, JL, KK, LN, M, MS, NH, NHR, NHL, NLR, TS, U, US, NLB.
Interchangeable Needles: 206x13 - Boye 2 1/2 - Schmetz - Free CC - Brewer T New Home AN, NH, NLH Key features: Gear drive rotary machine, a descendant of the Free line. Hand wheels available for treadle or electric models.
Uses Free rotary bobbin and case, bobbin case base has notched rim with solid center pin. Interchangeable Needles: 15x1 - Boye 16 - Schmetz - Free AA - Brewer 11 - Torrington Y - European 691, 705 - HAx1 New Home Automatic Chainstitch Machine - F Key features: chainstitch machine with automatic tension. "NHSMCO Rockford, Ill." diamond decal above the stitch length lever; "Light Running New Home Trade-Mark" with running dog logo on bed; "République Française Exposition Universelle, New Home 1889" decal on inside pillar.
In view of the large increase of trade, a new furnace has been added capable of fusing 25 tons of iron at one heat, and making the foundry the best equipped in this part of the State.
In 1879 a large fire swept away the buildings in which the cabinet work was made, but they have been replaced by larger and better ones. Key features: Vibrating shuttle using boat shuttle, square corners to bed, top tension without release lever, round needle and presser foot bars, simple 'spooler' instead of automatic bobbin winder, stitch regulator on bed without surround, different styles of presser lifter, note style of take up and shape of rear inspection plate. Interchangeable Needles: 20x1 - Boye 4 - Schmetz - Free BB - Brewer G - Torrington R - European 712 Early Instruction Manual or Instruction Manual New Home New Style Made by Johnson, Clark before name change to New Home Sewing Machine Co. Key features: Vibrating shuttle using cylinder shuttle, square corners to bed, top tension without release lever, flat needle bar, simple 'spooler' or later automatic bobbin winder, introduction of new presser foot lifter, feet attached by simple screw to rear, stitch length regulator on bed, note two styles of take up and shape of rear inspection plate.
Their shops are very extensive, containing nearly 200,000 square feet of flooring.