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Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
Those Victorians & their fascination with bullfrogs.
Fort Worth, Texas, 1952.
More like Michigan J. Frog.
Nick Fouquet’s great-grandpa
Would have been post of the week if you hadn’t posted all those great hats.
I'll prolly get me a lawsuit. Sure do hope someone will pass the hat for me.
With or without matches?
My ex mother in law is a lawyer. I’ll give you her number, just don’t tell her who you got it from.
People who say talk is cheap, haven’t spoken to lawyer recently.
I can't stop laughing....
Perfect! Whenever I see Nick's name come up I hear Red Forman's voice in my head.
BTW: Red has credibility in the hat world.
I saw Kurtwood Smith on Hollywood Blvd. once; he was taller than I expected.
Washington, D.C. Hats of the 40s Display window at 7th Street and Florida Avenue, N.W. 1940.
Hang on to your hat Padre
Happy Independence Day to my American brothers and sisters!
John Slaughter’s Cowboys
Photo from True West Archives
The Kinney Gang: John Kinney (center), a former cavalry sergeant, had a ranch a mile or two west of Mesilla that was well known as the “headquarters and rendezvous for all the evildoers in the country.” He eventually rode for the Dolan side in the Lincoln County War.
Photo Courtesy True West Archives
22-year-old WASP pilot Shirley Slade in her flying helmet, goggles, and gloves, 1943.