After being named Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1879, Marshal Thomas devoted his life to keeping the peace in Tucson, by whatever means necessary. His frock overcoat was a staple of his wardrobe–designed to keep out the weather with heavy cotton twill with a wide velvet lapel, and stylishly conceal the less savory tools of his trade. His double-breasted vest is made in patterned brocade with a rounded velvet lapel and finished with a satin ascot tie and tie knot.
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