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Delia Tovar Botbol
Delia Tovar Botbol • 2 years ago

Bosom Buddies: A Photo History of Male Affection - It was also popular for men to get portraits done with the guys they worked with, often while wearing their work clothes — from aprons to overalls — and holding the tools of their trade — from frying pans to hammers. That men wished to immortalize themselves alongside their “co-workers” shows how important work was to a man’s identity and the close bond men used to feel with those they shared a trade with and toiled next to.

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