I was looken at those 3 days ago.Ive never been able to wear a hat, but in this sun I probably should learn to deal with somethen on my head.that aint going to be eazy.
Stetson factory was a fixture in St. Joseph Missouri too. The plant moved to Mexico, but they still operate a store and warehouse in the same building.
A surprising array of manufacturing there in St. Joe; right off top of my head (bald) Chase Candy, Lifeline Foods, Snorkel Aerial Equipment, Altec Ind, Gray Mfg [auto mechanic equipment], several in packaging, Mead Paper, Triumph Foods [supposedly largest pork plant in US], several niche operations as well; naturally many have relocated away too.
...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...
Hall-Scott Motor Company Plant workers manufacturing motors for use in Fageol cars. Oakland, CA. 1917.
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Television advertisers now have come up with the newest latest marketing scheme with hats that you wet to keep cool during the day as if this is something new. What people don't know is farm and ranch hands have been doing this since the advent of the straw hat.
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