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A.M. Luther Cardboard Factory. Plywood suitcases. 1920-30s.
Luther’s furniture factory was the largest furniture producer in Estonia for a long time before the Soviet era and as a successful enterprise, it was active also outside Estonia. Concentrated on plywood technology, they were progressively minded in developing and producing both furniture as well as minor household goods. Plywood suitcases were produced on account of the waterproof glue invented and patented by the so-called Cardboard Factory that belonged to the A.M. Luther’s furniture industry.