The Kirby Company became a direct-selling organization in the 1920’s, pioneering the use of in-home demonstrations to introduce the Kirby home care system to consumers who are given the opportunity to see and try the system in their own home before they make a purchase. Follow this board as Kirby takes you through its rich history and journey to allow millions of satisfied customers to enjoy cleaner homes with less effort.
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REAL SIMPLE Reminds Us How Mom Cleaned the House...
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REAL SIMPLE Reminds Us How Mom Cleaned the House…
The Kerr family from Australia sent us back their great grandmother's 1928 Vacuette Guarantee in a nice frame for our archives. We hope the machine brought her many years of great service!
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Amazing Double Action Cleaner! This pamphlet for the Non Electric Vac-u-ette in 1914 promotes that it has “no wires, plugs or switches to bother with – no current to pay for.” #history
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This 24+ Club card was presented to salesmen who sold 24 or more vacuums in a single month. It was signed by founder Carl Scott. Salesmen who make 24 or more sales in a month today are awarded a special pin to recognize their achievement. #history
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In the early 1980’s, The Kirby Company offered a line of vacuums designed for commercial use called ComVac.#history
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I find this hilarious!!! I have OCD when it comes to vacuuming and the one on the far right would just about turn me on :) In the early 1980’s, The Kirby Company offered a line of vacuums designed for commercial use called ComVac.#history
Here’s a photo of an independent Kirby Distributor office in Charleston, West Virginia from 1949. Need help finding your local distributor? Visit our site!
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The 1975 Sani-Pocket allowed owners to scrape excess dirt from the filter bag into the Sani-Emtor without touching the dirt. This was before Kirby vacuums had disposable filter bags.
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The 1975 Sani-Pocket allowed owners to scrape excess dirt from the filter bag into the Sani-Emtor without touching the dirt. This was before Kirby vacuums had disposable filter bags. I HATED this vaccuum!! As a kid, it weighed more than me!! and I STILL had the job of vaccuuming ~~
This great photo from the 1930’s shows a group of Kirby salespeople in South Bend, Indiana. #history
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1930's sales convention in South Bend, IN.
Polishing a silver platter with the optional Handi-Butler attachment and the Kirby Heritage vacuum model in the early 1980s.
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Carl Fetzer, one of The Kirby Company’s founding fathers, joined forces with entrepreneur George H. Scott in 1914 to form the Scott and Fetzer Machine Company producing automotive parts. The precision of their tools and dies prompted Jim Kirby to turn to them to produce his vacuum cleaner.
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An Kirby vacuum ad for the Dual Sanitronic in 1967
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An Kirby vacuum ad for the Dual Sanitronic in 1967...don't know how "serene" I would feel selling door-to-door...!
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