|Fishing School, Rug Hooking, Laura Kenney|
|Roxanne During WW2, Near Canso , NS, o/b, Steven Rhude|
"The working-class man's attempt to blur class boundaries by wearing the bowler was satirized in the early films of Charlie Chaplin. Eventually, the bowler became an icon of the bourgeoisie, as immortalized in Magritte's famous painting of a middle-class man wearing a bowler (Robinson 1993: 166) and, after the Second World War, was worn mainly by middle-class businessmen." - http://press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/117987.html
We in Nova Scotia challenge this premise!
Steven Rhude, Wolfville, NS