The Retail Dry Goods Association was an American trade group that presumably represented manufacturers and sellers of fabrics, ready-to-wear clothes, and sundries (collectively known as "dry goods" in American English).[1][2]

The organisation had its headquarters at 130 West 42nd Street in an unknown city in 1926. That same year, W. de S. Trenholm, the organisation's secretary, served on a grand jury, which ended up being censured for misconduct.[1][2]

Behind the scenes


Notes and references