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'Woolies' | A New England Clothing Tradition

‘Woolies’ | A New England Clothing Tradition
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“I can’t really explain the success,” this native Vermonter says, “at least in Japan. I guess people still like old-time value. I do know that every sugarhouse in Vermont has a Johnson Woolen Mills shirt hanging inside it.”

For more on the history and lore of this venerable Vermont company, go to: johnsonwoolenmills.com

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