No time for dressing rooms

Jarrell, W.A.
November 1992
American Heritage;Nov92, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p36
Recalls an incident in which a pair of riding pants and boots were sold to the infamous Bonnie Parker by the unsuspecting clerk at H.N. Gibbs & Co. department store. Parker lacked the time for a dressing room fit; Hurried through the trying on of pants and boots; Death of Bonnie and Clyde; Bonnie wearing the pants and boots purchased at Gibbs.


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