NOTHING TO WEAR BUT CLOTHES by Frank Jupo
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NOTHING TO WEAR BUT CLOTHES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Quite an extensive small survey of man's habiliments through the ages- from cave man to space man- smartly outlined and illustrated with the author's trim black and brown cartoons. For orientation, the first three pages are about Jim of today whose new suit has been made from various materials and processes. Then quick as a flash we go back to his Grandfather's day and, further back to man's start. Different costumes and the reasons for them, as they've been in evidence through historical periods of the world's countries become clearer from that point on. A neat socio-economic primer.

Publisher: Aladdin