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View from the Coal Pockets, Lackawaxen.

View from the Coal Pockets, Lackawaxen.

Model No. 140. Fly front topcoat with convertible military collar, set-in split sleeves, full cut and finished with cuffs, slash pockets, stitched edges, very loose back; Model No. 141. Stylish raglan topcoat; Model No. 142. Military collar bal-raglan topcoat; Model No. 143. Fly front bal-raglan topcoat; Model No. 144. Young men's double-breasted drape topcoat.

Model No. 936. Stylish three button overcoat or topcoat; Model No. 937. "Knock about" overcoat or topcoat, full cut, split, set in sleeves with tabs, patch pockets with flaps, stitched edges, loose back; Model No. 938. Fly overcoat or topcoat.

Model No. 123. Two-button sports style: an informal model with notch lapels, three patch pockets, lower ones with flaps, stitched edges, sport back with half belt and "roll swing" pleats; Model No. 124. Three-button sports style; Model No. 125. Two-button sports style.

Ladies tailored suits - six button style, short peaked lapels, pleated puffed shoulders, two-button peaked lapel style, two-button notch lapel style, piped lower pockets, link button model, wide peaked lapels, welt pockets, three button peaked lapel style, open pleats at waist in front, two-button double-breasted model.

Model No. 905. Three button drape or lounge style; Model No. 906. Two button drape or lounge style; Piped lower pockets.

Model No. 213. Stylish two-button sports ensemble: notch lapels, three plain patch pockets; Model No. 214. Three-button sports model; Model No. 215. Double-breasted sports model.

Model No. 203. Young men's three-button double-breasted sack; Model No. 204. Young men's smart double-breasted sack: lapels rolling to buttom button, lower piped pockets.

Ladies tailored topcoats in correct new styles; Model No. 191. Fly front swagger coat with slash pockets and stitched edges; Model No. 192. Stylish form fitting model; Model No. 193. Fashionable revere front single-breasted; Model No. 194. Two-button double-breasted; Model No. 195. Modish three-button swagger style; Model No. 196. Popular single-breasted raglan.

Model No. 120. Three-button sports style - notch lapel model with three patch pockets, sport back with inverted pleat, half belt, and pinch pleats; Model No. 121. Two-button sports style; Model. No. 122. Double-breasted sports style.

Model No. 216. Four-button sports ensemble; Model No. 217. Two-button sports model; Model No. 218. Latest three-button sports ensemble: notch lapels with tab collar, three plain patch pockets, stitched edges.

Model No. 933. Three button double-breasted belted raglan, top button does not button, split sleeves with cuffs, slash pockets; Model No. 934. Bal-raglan with military collar; Model No. 935. Smart raglan overcoat or topcoat.

Model No. 911. Three button sports style with three patch pockets, sport back with inverted pleat, half belt and pinch pleats; Model No. 912. Two button notch lapel sports style; Model No. 913. Four button notch lapel sports style.

Model No. 907. Double-breasted drape or lounge style; Model No. 908. Three button drape or lounge style; Piped lower pockets.

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