F. L. Dunne & Company Man's Suit

This gray, two-piece suit was manufactured by F. L. Dunne & Company. The jacket is double-breasted with two machine-worked buttonholes and six gray buttons. Two flap pockets are on the lower front of the jacket, and one stand pocket sits on the upper left front. The suit features a notch collar with buttonholes on both flaps, and the sleeves have four buttons with simulated buttonholes. There is a partial olive green lining, and the armholes of the jacket are striped gray and white.
The trousers are cuffed and close with a seven-button fly. The waistband has six belt loops. Flat-fell outer seams feature on the trousers as well as slash pockets in the side seams. Six white buttons are on the inside waistband and two gusset-shaped pieces are set in at the crotch.
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Object Name
suit, 2-piece
date made
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Clothing & Accessories
American Enterprise
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Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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