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Attached is a VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE fashion review of the equestrian offerings from 1916.

For altogether too many men, 1916 was a lousy year if you happened to be a German sailor off the coast of Denmark or if you were in the infantry on the Somme or near Verdun but if you were an American man fond of horseback riding and you happened to have been shopping for the perfect riding jacket on Madison Avenue, then is quite certain that 1916 was a great year for you!

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Equestrian Attire   (Vanity Fair  Magazine 1916)

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