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This article was intended to serve as a suit-buying-guide for all those young men who were in the throes of trading in their military uniforms for civilian attire. The one type of wool that is not discussed in this article is "worsted": this was the wool that was specifically reserved for the uniforms of the U.S. military and there wasn't a single thread of it that could be purchased.

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Wool of the 1940s  (Click Magazine, 1945)

Wool of the 1940s  (Click Magazine, 1945)

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