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Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
London, 1953. Photographed by Inge Morath.
People's Artist of the USSR Mikhail Nikolayevich Rumyantsev (Clown Karandash) going for a walk, 1977. Photographed by Yury Belinsky.
What a great collection of pictures, B. I always wondered about my No.1 Quality hats without liners... looks like many came that way.
A farmer carting his dairy calf around on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in 1912.
Straw boaters were made daily by Messrs Olney’s of Luton, Bedfordshire in 1933, here the hats are being carried to the packing rooms. (Photo by William Vanderson)
Easter crowd on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, 1935.
Playing in the snow, 1938.
Painted for Harley Davidson by David Uhl
San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico
Photographer: Robert H. Martin
Palace of the Governors Photo Archives
The Amon Carter Museum of American Art recently put on display a Stetson Shady Oak that Amon Carter Jr. had presented as a gift to Van Cliburn.
The red/white striped busses of my youth were always fun to see (and ride) when downtown. Free for the downtown loop. 1959:
Breckenridge, Texas 1926:
Since it was a music shop I wonder if "boosting" meant the samething as busking today?
A little known scene. I think it wound up on the cutting room floor.
"Barney, please ask him not to play that song again." ---"But...Thel..."
Reverend Carter, expecting a visit from the Klan after he registered to vote, stands guard on his front porch in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana in 1963. He was the first African American in the twentieth century to register to vote in West Feliciana, even though two-thirds of the parish’s residents were black.
The Telegraph clock is dismantled before the refurbishment of the paper’s Fleet Street HQ in 1930
Depression era photo of a family in Mobile, AL
1905 photo of the Council and Fire Dept. Union Springs, AL.
The working cowboys of the XIT Ranch, TX 1890. For those who think it's a myth check out the high heeled boots.