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livelymorgue:

April 28, 1948: This photo ran as part of a two-page photo essay about the “Washington scene.” The hats, piled on an eight-foot mahogany table in the lobby of the East Wing of the White House, were deemed “a barometer of presidential activity,” the caption read. “All but the most important visitors leave their gear here. This collection was deposited by a delegation of magazine editors who obtained an appointment with the president.” Photo: George Tames/The New York Times  

Noel Fielding takes owning a hat seriously. I bet he must have a separate room for all of them. However, the one with ears is still my favourite. 

Noel Fielding takes owning a hat seriously. I bet he must have a separate room for all of them. However, the one with ears is still my favourite. 

awesomepeoplereading:

Walt Whitman reads and writes.

And wears a hat. 

awesomepeoplereading:

Walt Whitman reads and writes.

And wears a hat. 

Buster Keaton

Buster Keaton

livelymorgue:

April 28, 1948: This photo ran as part of a two-page photo essay about the “Washington scene.” The hats, piled on an eight-foot mahogany table in the lobby of the East Wing of the White House, were deemed “a barometer of presidential activity,” the caption read. “All but the most important visitors leave their gear here. This collection was deposited by a delegation of magazine editors who obtained an appointment with the president.” Photo: George Tames/The New York Times  

Noel Fielding takes owning a hat seriously. I bet he must have a separate room for all of them. However, the one with ears is still my favourite. 

Noel Fielding takes owning a hat seriously. I bet he must have a separate room for all of them. However, the one with ears is still my favourite. 

awesomepeoplereading:

Walt Whitman reads and writes.

And wears a hat. 

awesomepeoplereading:

Walt Whitman reads and writes.

And wears a hat. 

Peter Lorre
(via Visionneuse de Peter Lorre)

Peter Lorre

(via Visionneuse de Peter Lorre)

Buster Keaton

Buster Keaton

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