Год издания: 1905
Количество страниц: 63
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Book DescriptionYou can shop 'til you drop at Marshall Field's--and then recover with a great meal at one of the store's restaurants. Munch on the famous Frango mints while browsing through the store, or dine at the famous Walnut Room and have some of Mrs. Hering's famous chicken potpie. Pull out your charge card and order up the latest at the 28 Shop or Thomas Pink's--and have a nifty Marshall Field's London taxicab deliver your goods. Chicago's legendary Marshall Field and Company, the department store by which retail is measured, maintains its solid reputation for innovative fashion by conducting wardrobe workshops, carrying the best of European design, never overlooking customer service, and offering shoppers everything they could hope for. AChicago Tradition: Marshall Field's Food and Fashion explores a retail icon's gustatory and fashion sense. How the original tearoom came about; how and why Mrs. Hering, a millinery salesclerk, got a menu item named after her; and just...