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"Chipp, Press and Ross, Cambridge custom clothing's big three, have a unique business technique. The three-button-natural-shoulder-loose-fitting long coats which they produce are, in their eyes, works of art, and they should be sold as such. The ordinary good tailor won't sell a suit unless it fits well; he's a piker compared with the Mount A. Street trio. They won't sell a suit unless it fits the personality of the buyer. Every piece of clothing that goes out of the little brick shops is designed to fill a definite function in the wordrobe of its owner."
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The Harvard Crimson - 11/20/40
Bulldog: J. Press 1940 and 1941
Note: You might notice that the ad shown above is taken from the Yale Daily News. Same year, different Press location, but more than likely the same copy.