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Fashion for the Middle Millions
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TitleFashion for the Middle Millions
AbstractArticle about "the Apparel Industry in Kansas City," made up of 81 "factories and distrubutors do[ing] an annual apparel business of between 75 and 100 million dollars," shipping to all 48 states plus Alaska and Hawaii, with 8,000 workers and at least three factories "turn[ing] out more than 1,000 completed garments in a single day." Also information about Nell Donnelly and her prominent Nelly Don clothing line and the clothing designs of the Edna Marie Dunn School of Fashion, etc.
AuthorJetta Carleton
R. D. Palmer
DateMay//1947
SourceSwing
Location051 S97
Volume3
Number5
Page15-19
Local SubjectGarment Industry
Clothing Industry
Manufacturing Industry
Statistics
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID122170
CONTENTdm number18530
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