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KC Garment District: Piecing Together the Past

Sat, Sep 30 2023
3:00pm - 4:00pm
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For adults

 

Presenter
David W. Jackson
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Local historian David W. Jackson explores fascinating industry that clothed America with stylish garments that were "Made in Kansas City, U.S.A." The KC Garment District once represented the largest market of coats and suits in the U.S. Explore its history and find out what is left of the industry and the district today.

 

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