|Title||"SEVICEABLE CLOTHES FOR LIFE IN THE OPEN"|
"Serviceable Clothes for Life in the Open," issued by the Utica-Duxbak Corporation, 1925. The 12-page booklet has a blue paper cover with blue ink for the title, which is across the top, and the name and address of the company which is at the bottom. At the center is a line drawing of a man and a woman standing on a ledge and holding rifles, wearing hunting attire. There are many articles of men and women's clothing available for sale specifically made for the outdoors including leggings; caps; coats; shell vests; trousers; breeches; and a ladie's outing costume. At the back is a company guarantee. Many black and white photographs are also included. A trade discount sheet, which is .2, was found in the catalog. The artifact is in good condition with only light surface soiling and creased corners.
Leisure wear industry
Women's sport clothes
Hunting--Equipment and supplies
Clothing and dress