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April 04. 2013 1:15PM

Men's clothing store with NH roots named one of NYC's 10 coolest

Tracing its roots to Lebanon, New Hampshire, it's easy to dismiss the wooden facade and haberdashery-like setting of H.W. Carter & Sons as the type of shop where perhaps the members of Mumford and Sons deck themselves out.

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