You mentioned in a previous response that Hoosier also made these "lift a leaf" tables and chairs in the 30's in the Art Moderne style. I believe this is what I have, the Hoosier metal tag is still affixed underneath. I bought breakfast room set (4 chairs) 13 years ago at a Salvation Army. They originally wanted $300.00 for it but after 30 days lowered it to 150.00 You are the first place online I've found any mention of this set. I have no plans to get rid of it but would like to what it's worth and where I might find an ad or catalog information about it.
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