A Movember to Remember In honor of Movember, here’s a look at some of our favorite facial hair found in Wilson Library’s photographic materials. Which is your favorite? A. Blake, 1500 meters marathon runner, 1896 United States Olympic Track Team.From the Eben Alexander Papers #1209, Southern Historical Collection. John Thomas Wheat, circa 1870-1880. Photographer: J. B. Wortham.From the John Thomas Wheat Papers #1832, Southern Historical Collection. H. C. Warmoth, 1875-1925.From the Henry Clay Warmoth Papers #752, Southern Historical Collection. Harry St. John Dixon, 28th Mississippi Volunteers, “The Bloody 28th.” C.S.A.From the Harry St. John Dixon Papers #2375, Southern Historical Collection. Colonel C. I. Graves in uniform of Egyptian Army.From the Charles Iverson Graves Papers #2606, Southern Historical Collection. From the the United States Navy Pre-Flight School (University of North Carolina) Photographic Collection #P0027, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives. G.B. “Bushy” Cook with Ramses at UNC football game.From the Hugh Morton Photographs and Films #P0081, copyright circa 1949, North Carolina Collection Autographed button featuring Kyle and Richard Petty.From the Lew Powell Memorabilia Collection, North Carolina Collection Gallery.
3 thoughts on “A Movember to Remember”
It’s gotta be “Bushy”!
What’s his claim to fame?
I think it is a tragedy that Zebulon B. Vance’s legendary stache was left out!