From GI Khaki To Classic Poplin

Captain Irving Press drowned in khaki during World War II running the PX (Post Exchange) store at Fort Ritchie, Maryland. Upon his discharge he contacted his PX uniform maker sharing their mutual interest converting the plant from Army uniforms to postwar civilian wear. 

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