Stolen Moments from America’s Hidden Gems: Barbershops
In his book Barbershops of America, Photographer Rob Hammer set out to find America's last genuine barbershops. He learns that the people and conversations really make a shop unique.
Hyannis, Massachusetts: McLean’s Barbershop
“I’ve got a customer 103 years old. Drove in on his own too.” – Stan McLean
Nashua, New Hampshire: La Legion Barbershop
“White Russians are for girls. I drink Scorpion Bowls. They make me steal things I already own.” – Owner
Nashville, Tennessee: Craighead Barbershop
Opened in 1947. “People left town in the 60’s and 70’s. Came back, and said, “you mean to tell me this place is still Craighead’s?”
Mandan, North Dakota: Deluxe Barbershop
“I walked into this barbershop sometime mid morning. There was nobody else in the shop except for the barber, who was dead asleep in the chair.”
Seligman, Arizona: Angel’s Barbershop
Covered in the business cards of the customers Angel has had over the years.
Barbershops of America
To see more unique barbershops, check our Rob Hammer’s book here!