Everybody wore hats in the day. When did it become the norm not to wear head wear? Remember it being common with women in church and men as well in the early 40's.
nels on 27th April 2020 @ 12:31pm
"When did it become the norm not to wear head wear?"
When JFK routinely went hatless.
Alan on 27th April 2020 @ 1:07pm
one of the items we have on display at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center is a dining rail car chair...it has a shelf under the seat with a knob in the center for males to stow their hats with the knob keeping them in place...as I tell visitors, all males in the time frame wore hats but NEVER on at the dining table.
as hats have gone, then smoking, now hand shakes....
love the horn!
Arlen Sheldrake on 27th April 2020 @ 3:43pm
I think this might be a 1910 Cadillac.
Dale Nicol on 27th April 2020 @ 6:40pm
How many people have noticed the wire racks for hats under the folding seats in the HR Middle School auditorium?
Buck Parker on 27th April 2020 @ 10:13pm
What I love about this photo is that horn...........
Nellie on 28th April 2020 @ 7:05am