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Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
An intoxicated gent gets hauled away. Christmas Eve 1953. East 78th Street & 3rd Avenue, New York
During the 1918 flu epidemic.
A reported 22,000 fans gathered at Dexter Park in Brooklyn on Oct. 12, 1928, to watch Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig kick off their barnstorming tour with a game against the Bushwick All-Stars, a semi-professional team. To the crowds surprise (and probably delight), the pair appeared on the field prior to the game in cowboy outfits. But Ruth did better than just donning the outfit. He came onto the field and after mounting a police officer’s horse, proceeded to race “it around the field like a Buffalo Bill.”
I'd pay a dollar to see that.
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The salt of the earth, right there.
I'd like to see more of the hat on the 1st guy in the wagon. I like that style.
Looks like a Tom Horn crease with a mule kick in back.
Naw. More to it than that.
I have forgotten their names but these guys are artisian pipe carvers. I've been told they dress in this style most days. I really like this pic.
New game, "Name That Crease".
Another Victorian Gent
"When photographer Mary Garrison of Ozark wed Sparta and Bruner native James St. John they quickly moved to Montana by around 1910. Mary must have taken her camera with her because this photo finds James and Mary's little baby Warren St John at "home" with his Montana Indian neighbors!!!"
Some of my neighbors from back in the day. Near Twin Bridges on the North Fork of the White River.
"Left to right, Olen Franklin Fish, William Joseph Fish, James Monroe (Roe) Fish, and the man in the suit is still a mystery."
Looks like a nice dugout. Are the Fishes fishing?
"130 years ago today, 3 Christian County Bald Knobbers were hung on the square in Ozark, Missouri for the March, 1887 Edens-Green killings... ending the vigilante organization...or did it? An interesting, yet dark part of our Ozarks history, that should be remembered."
He was prob'ly one o' them revenooers makin' sure them Fish boys stay on the straight and narrow.