This little gem is a Free-Westinghouse. The machine was never "free" but manufactured by a company having that name. Ours was bought in Warner-Robins, Georgia at Mr. Baggett's shop. It is 3/4 size or smaller. Plain and simple. It is very lightweight and has a nice carrying case. Its style is unlike any other we have in our small collection. We were attracted to it primarily because of its small size and portability. At the time we purchased this model we were sewing a lot of quilt patches as we traveled and stayed in motels.
However, at the time of this writing, we have not been successful sewing a good stitch with this machine. Having all of its parts and pieces, it does appear to be operational. The problem is probably a simple matter of getting the tensions adjusted properly. Our problem could also be that we don't have a manual for the unit and we are guessing as to its threading pattern.
Note the upper-thread tension adjustment on the machine's top.