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|"Up-to-date funeral directors are very careful these days not to advertise their business by long-drawn faces, seedy-looking silk hats, ragged or dirty-looking paraphernalia, or any unseemly display of their stock in trade; but by their gentlemanly bearing and neat appearance........."
Eckels Undertaking Directory of the United States and British America,. 1907
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