Novel Handkerchiefs Have Fourfold Use

Popular Science, maaliskuu 1938

Handkerchiefs having each of their four quarters in a different color are the invention of James Price Weyman of San Antonio, Tex., to enable the wearer to choose a color to match his necktie, shirt, socks, or other apparel without the necessity of having a large supply of handkerchiefs of different colors. The novel handkerchiefs are cut to fit into the lapel pocket with less difficulty than the conventional kind.

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