This is a photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
A fine looking group of young men with Fedoras..and look at those scarfs..they must have driven into town for their photos. Somewhere I have a vision stored in my brain..of men in fedoras with scarves covering their mouths driving cars..perhaps it was in a movie.
A fedora was a felt hat that was part of a middle class men’s wardrobe in the 1920’s. The fedora was typically creased lengthwise down the crown, it may have had custom indents pinched at both sides of the crown.
The photographers were Carter and Birdsall of Hampton Iowa. I located them..but found no reference to the years they were in business.
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