Misc. Vintage Shaving Images

Discussion in 'General Shaving Discussion' started by Holyhabanero, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. Here's some miscellaneous vintage shaving images from memory.loc.gov. Enjoy:

    Art Ward's barber shop. Paonia, Colorado (approx 1905 - 1915)
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    Harkey Browning & Fred Ewers Barbershop. Littleton, CO (between 1900 to 1910)
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    Barber, wearing mask to protect against influenza, shaving man's face, other barbers and patrons visible. Chicago (1918)
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    Central City barber shop. Littleton CO. (ca. 1866)
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    Barber looking up, shaving the face of a reclining man in a barber shop in Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin (1926)
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    Unidentified African American man shaving the face of an unidentified Caucasian man in front of a low wooden building at Churchill Downs (1926)
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    Browning Barber Shop. Littleton, CO (1890)
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    Detroit, Michigan. Selling a Shick shaver at the Crowley-Milner department store (1941)
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    On U.S. 99 between Bakersfield and the Ridge, en route to San Diego. Migrant man shaving by roadside (1939)
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    Two barbers stand in a barber tent in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at Ambrose Park in Brooklyn, New York (1894?)
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    Interior view of a barbershop in Georgetown, Colorado (between 1870 and 1890)
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    A migrant packinghouse worker shaving. Deerfield Florida (1937)
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  2. AACJ

    AACJ Moderator Emeritus

    Very nice indeed!
     
  3. Kyle

    Kyle Moderator Emeritus Contributor

    Very cool.
     
  4. Excellent Photos.
     
  5. roughrider

    roughrider Moderator Emeritus

    Great photos.
     
  6. guenron

    guenron Moderator Emeritus

    Ditto. Makes you somewhat wistful and also think of that which truly constitutes progress. Then again, I think I'll take a pass on the Depression.
     
  7. Scotto

    Scotto Moderator Emeritus

    Great pix!
     
  8. Great photos. Thanx Christopher...

    Nenad
     
  9. I particularly like this image because of all the occupational shaving mugs on the wall!

    --Mark
     

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