Bathers Changing Clothes Using the ‘Skreenette’ at the Public Beach, 1929 – Design You Trust

Bathers Changing Clothes Using the ‘Skreenette’ at the Public Beach, 1929

The Skreenette, a new bathing tent, for the beach in 1929. It consists of a bell-shaped tent arranged with shoulder straps whereby the bather can dress and undress entirely screened, at the public beach and bath pool.


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