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he senatorial ban of Seersucker Thursday did not last. By June of 2014, seersucker was back in the House. The United States House of Representatives, that is. That spring, Congressman Bill Cassidy of Louisiana (where else?) filed a proclamation with the House of Representatives which was, in effect, a State of the Seersucker address. It read: In celebration and appreciation of seersucker manufacturers and admirers around the country, I extend a Happy Seersucker Day. With its rich history dating back to 1909, seersucker clothing is a unique American fashion. The original seer-

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