[Reutlingen]: Büsing & Co, c. 1930s. Archive. Consists of one album of 47 tipped-in black and white photographs, each measuring 3 3/4 X 5 1/2 inches; one accordion foldout album of 22 tipped-in black and white photographs, each measuring 4 1/2 X 6 5/8 inches; one smaller accordion foldout album of 18 tipped-in black and white photographs, each measuring 3 1/2 X 5 5/8 inches; 6 post cards in a display envelope, and 12 promotional flyers, one in English, the remaining in German. Also includes a single shop display sign for Porolastic. Büsing’s Porolastic clothing (translated to Ribbo-Lastic in the 1939 English language flyer) was a beachwear line designed with the new technology of elastics. Though mostly focused on swimwear, two of the promotional pamphlets also advertise undergarments. Rich photographic reference of interbellum European active leisure wear. Album very good, showing warping, heavy edge wear and bumped corners; however tipped-in photographs within uniformly near fine. Accordion folded albums and accompanying sleeves lightly foxed and with pencil notations, photographs uniformly fine. Promotional material near fine excepting two flyers with some tears and creasing. Overall, bright and well preserved survival of German fashion ephemera between the wars.