All in a Summer's Day (and Night)

May 1960
New Yorker;5/14/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p134
The article describes items sold by several shops in New York City in 1960, including clothes at Bergdorf Goodman's Country and Casual Shop, sports clothes at De Pinna, beach clothes at Angelo Torricini, summer raincoats at Bernath, blouses and other clothes at the House of European Specialties, beach hats and other items at Jamaican Originals, bathing suits at J. Berle and lingerie at Bendel's.


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