Daniel Marshall was a legendary designer in the cigar box industry. He was born in poverty, and his father had been a farmer as well as a logger. When he was a child they lived in a fitting room trailer.
Fitting room trailers were commonly seen in the West. People sold clothes on the move without a store. The fitting room trailer empowered sellers to take their fashion lines directly to their clients.
"You have to know: the space inside a fitting room trailer is very small," said Sayder. "It might be able to accommodate a fat person to turn around and try on clothes. But, converted into a room, it would be rather small."
"There's a Chinese saying that goes like this," Li Du, said. "'Only by experiencing the toughest hardships can one rise above the ordinary.' Apparently, Mr. Marshall belonged to this category of person."
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