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Harlem Barber Shop: 1939

Harlem Barber Shop: 1939

November 1939. "Barbershop on Hillsboro Street. Oxford, Granville County, North Carolina." Acetate negative by Marion Post Wolcott. View full size.

 

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Sharp!

You could carve a turkey with the creases in that young man's trouser legs!

Just the thing

Tuxedo Club Pomade ... Makes Unruly Hair Stay In Place. Probably smelled good, too.

Have a nice trip --

An attorney would just love those steps today.

Art Deco

Wow, I love the clock on this place! Really nice art deco style font for the numbers!

Dapper Hepcat!

Wow, what a handsome, stylish young man out front. Dressed to the 9s!

A cool guy

and he knows it!

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