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Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
Local (SW Missouri) photo, 1910 - 1915.
It IS the "Show Me State".
Sept 30, 1942
“The hats of neighborhood men enlisted in the armed services [hang] above the bar at the Kenwood Bar in Detroit.”
The road does look better than the one I live on.
Men working on the railroad near Lufkin Texas, 1939.
This photo was taken by Russell Lee.
The Library of Congress.
Interesting that even in 1939, those crossties look to be hand-hewn rather than sawn in a mill. Neat photo, thank you!
From today's Guardian newspaper
San Andres Itzapa, Guatemala
Candles with images of the folk saint Maximón burn inside a church on his feast day. Maximón is worshipped by Mayans in the highlands of western Guatemala. He is portrayed as a human character who likes alcohol and cigarettes
Photograph: Moisés Castillo/AP
And he wears a hat.
Hey, what with the Campdraft and his personal preferences, I believe the time for my deification is at hand.
Happy Halloween everyone.
They must not have gotten much candy, they don't look so happy.
The one on the far right is clearly a matador.
Why is the jester wearing pepperoni pants?
And what's up with the gigantic diaper pin?
That clown looks familiar...
Sewer construction at the 95th Street Pumping station located on Baltimore Ave. just south of 95th Street in Chicago, June 1924.
Early Sex Pistols fan.
When I posted that about the diaper pin I figured there would be some newbies born in the paper diaper era who would ask what's a diaper pin?
I thought that guy on the right might be a Gaucho.
“Snake River Land Company Crew”, Jackson Hole, WY. 1930s.
Texas ranch hand circa 1880s.