Up-to-Date Hair Culturing Establishment.

December 1, 1906


A woman in Philadelphia “solves the problem” of haircuts for black women, turning their hair into works of art.


Up-to-Date Hair Culturing Establishment.
Ladies are often perplexed and worried because they fail to get satisfaction in hair-cutting and the preparations used in such artistic work. They need not worry any longer: Mrs. W. F. Graham, No. 108 E. Leigh St., Richmond, Va., has solved the problem. She has returned from Philadelphia, Pa. where she took a most thorough course of study and practical training from a scientific basis in this line of artwork.
Mrs. Graham was determined to learn the latest and best methods of hair-cutting. The finest ingredients for manufacturing preparations for the hair, scalp, face and hands. She therefore placed herself in the finest hair-culturing school in the North at great cost and completed the full course. Her work in Philadelphia received the praise of the most tasty customers. Mrs. Graham asks that she only be given a trial to convince any person that her work and preparations are the best.
Mrs. Graham’s Scalp food has no equal for giving rich growth of soft pliant hair. Mrs Graham’s LIquid powders for the face is the best on market for beautifying the skin. Try it and be convinced. Mrs Graham’s Skin food softens and gives fresh life to the hands and face.
She gives special attention to manicuring, massaging the scalp, face, and neck. She makes a specialty of hair dyeing, shampooing, and restoring the hair on bare templed.
Her prices are moderate, call and see her.
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Emma Roberts


“Up-to-Date Hair Culturing Establishment.,” Black Virginia: The Richmond Planet, 1894-1909, accessed September 29, 2023, https://blackvirginia.richmond.edu/items/show/837.