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Tweeduroy was a clothing line for boys by Hockmeyer Brothers, Inc., New York. Advertisements described it as the “Aristocrat of Corduroys” known for “its beauty of pattern, rich coloring, lustrous finish and remarkable durability.” Tweeduroy was marketed as the suit for the active outdoor boy with suits made of cotton corduroy which was stronger than wool tweeds.
Tweeduroy. (1936). [Advertisement for Tweeduroy] Boys Life, 26(11), 35.