Snuggie Invented in 1910
The sitting-out bag, or today we call this a Snuggie, used in open air schools in New York and elsewhere. Photographed by Jessie Tarbox Beals around 1910.
Summary: Boy wearing coat with attached bag covering feet, seated at table, outside of classroom, reading, New York City.
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