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I have a thin ribbon Stetson from the late 40s, measures 23 1/4 inches. Let me know of you want to see pics.
From Shorpy, New York circa 1934.
Very interesting, Abraham, I didn't know that. Now I'm going to have to research the Eske hats...
I have two of them and honestly, they aren't very warm. A quilted newsboy cap is much warmer during cold weather.
My favorite style. I don't like the ones that stand up high, I like them to lay flat like that.
I like that style!
from Shorpy: January 1941. "Agricultural day laborers cultivating celery near Sarasota, Florida."
and somewhat true to the flavor of this Civil War general:
Perfect hat for me. I love black hats, and western hats...now I want that one.
I was taking a walking tour in Austria last April and noticed that a number of men in the group were wearing flat caps of one description or...
You won't be sorry.
It's a good copy of the Stetson Whippet and I love mine. I have several.
Tonight I watched Man Who Loved Cat Dancing, one of. the best westerns I've ever seen.
I started a similar thread but now I can't find it. Tonight I watched Man Who Loved Cat Dancing. It's one of the best....
You are right, I do. And I'm glad to get the recommendation of two days. I wouldn't have planned on that if not for your word here. I've wanted...
I only got this when I as in my forties, so blessed to get it at all. He must have been quite a guy.
Yes indeed. :)
My great grandfather fought in that battle, for the 22nd Alabama infantry.