Fells Point Barber Shop, Baltimore, Maryland 1956: (This photograph of a Fells Point Barber Shop was accepted into the National Press Photographers Association traveling show.)

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Vintage Barber Shop Hair Wash Shampoo Sink Tray

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Vintage Razor Blade Wrappers

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an entire shaving kit.

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Barber College c. 1930s..

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Lucky Tiger Cru Butch|Hair Wax, 1958

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VINTAGE SHICK INJECTOR RAZORS WITH BAKELITE HANDLES

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Miscellaneous Barber Bottles

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Cranberry Glass Barber Bottle

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Forgotten Buffalo featuring Wildroot Hair Tonic, Cream & Oil

Forgotten Buffalo featuring Wildroot Hair Tonic, Cream & Oil

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Child's vintage barber chair

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BARBER VINTAGE - Hot Towel Cabi -

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Razor Scissors

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Vintage Paya Wind Up Tin Litho Barber Hair Cut

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Ducktail! 1950s

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Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. Victorian beauty ad for men

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Vintage Boys' Haircuts

Vintage Scans: Boys' Haircuts

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The term “safety razor” was first used in a patent in 1880.

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Brylcreem .. A little dab will do ya!

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vintage school barber uniforms.

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1962 flat top

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Floyds Barber Shop ... The Andy Griffith Show

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From “The Battle for Bobbed Hair” | Photoplay Magazine, June 1924

The Bob

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First haircut!

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The Modern Barber Pole originated in the day when blood letting was one of the principal duties of the barbering trade. The two spiral ribbons painted around the wooden pole represented two long bandages, one twisted around the arm before bleeding (to make the vein stand out), and the other used to bind it afterwards.The patient clutched the staff firmly during the entire operation.

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