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Fine and Feathered: 1912

Fine and Feathered: 1912

Detroit circa 1912. "Elliott, Taylor & Woolfenden Co. -- millinery dept." A dispatch from the heyday of ladies' "picture hats" and their exotic avian embellishments. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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Elliott, Taylor & Woolfenden Co was opened on Saturday May 7, 1910, situated on Woodward Ave and Henry Street.

Them's some big 'uns...

Holy Mackerel... I hope they were lighter than they look!

Plumage Not Withstanding

That headgear must be really heavy and dangerous on a windy day.

Miranda Rights

You have the right to ridiculously large Headwear.

(referring to Carmen Miranda for those too young to know)

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