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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Matt Deckard, Apr 10, 2014.
Zombie your statement made me curious. I started looking for shortbill baseball caps. Seems like maybe this photo based on the cap may be anywhere from early 1900's to 1930 or so. Shorter bills than this cap were worn before the 1900's. I know what your saying this probably isn't a photo from the 1880's but your statement gave me an excuse to read about baseball, which I love.
BRE OC, maybe?
Could be. I like the height & it has a pencil curl.
Yeah, great hat.
Reminds me of this hat.
Here is my Brother-in-law sporting a nice wide ribbon Fedora. I really like that hat.
That's what you call a beater!
But he looks like the kind of tough old fellow that could give you a drubbing if you made fun of his hat!
Confederate General & later US Senator William Mahone wore a similar one also. Dating the hat style this pic would have been taken sometime prior to 1895.
I've always thought Mahone cut quite the figure.
I really like the Civil War photos!
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He was a little guy too (like me). I think only 5'4". I really like the hat in the first picture.
Photographer (also first National Park Service Archeologist) and former Superintendent of Mesa Verde National Park) Jesse Nusbaum at Painted Desert Exhibit, San Diego, California. Photographer: Jesse Nusbaum.
Apparently he liked babies.
Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo with Jesse Nusbaum, wearing hats, in the courtyard of the Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
We have have one of her pots.
30 years ago today Lane Frost died at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo while riding a bull named Takin' Care of Business. He was the 1987 World Champion Bull Rider and only 25 years old. He was killed after being hit in the back by the bull after dismounting. A couple of broken ribs severed an artery. RIP Lane Frost.
A photo of Luke Perry who played Lane Frost in the movie 8 Seconds. RIP Luke Perry.
When we were kids some of my cousins & I would take turns crawling up on the back of a feeder calf or yearling, grab an ear before one of us would kick it in the ass. You could get 3-5 bucks in before the calf would usually quit or maybe you would fall off. One of the younger boys broke his collarbone, that's all I remember ever happening.
Ha we did the same thing. LOL Nobody got hurt luckily.
A tribute to Lane Frost by Aaron Watson.
Rev. Henry Crawford Tucker (1805 - 1883)
Preached for 47 yrs. Fathered 32 children by 3 wives.