Marvin NYTimesJan2014About Duffy and Quinn/Craft Robe Company

One of the oldest and most colorful family owned apparel manufacture and suppliers in the United States, the roots of Duffy and Quinn/Craft Robe Company began in New York City’s garment district in the mid-1890s. Marvin Goldman’s grandfather imported bolts of fabrics that were used across the garment district. Later Marvin’s father took over the business, as Marvin recalls “cutting out suits from these great rolls of fabric.” Marvin took over the business from his father in the mid-1950s specializing in clergy and judicial apparel as well as attire for choir, confirmation, school uniforms and graduation ceremonies that are supplied to individuals and institutions across the United States.

Duffy and Quinn/Craft Robe Company is located in New York City’s garment district as it has been since 1935.

Please click here to read the New York Time’s 1/17/14 interview with Marvin Goldman.