Thursday, January 08, 2009

Percy Edward Robinson, Knapp-Felt ad, 1930

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Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 30s".

2 comments:

C.K. Dexter Haven said...

I long for the days when men were expected to wear a hat when they went out; only thing is, I live in Miami and even in the 1930s men wore lighter-weight hats because it's just too hot here most of the year for a fedora! Oh, well...

Great ad, Mariana.

Mariana said...

In the old days in Portugal you couldn't step out of the house without a hat on, men or women, even if you were just crossing to the other side of the street for a cup of coffee.

If you click on the label Percy Edward Anderson you'll see another ad for this brand of hats, just as beautiful.

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