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Anything in the papers lamenting the death of the toothbrush mustache after you-know-who cribbed it?

It’s funny because the toothbrush mustache was considered pretty un-German around the time of WWI:

Evening Times-Republican, Marshalltown, Iowa, February 12, 1914:

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The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Wisconsin, October 12, 1916:

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A few more clippings on Hilter’s mustache:

Great Falls Tribune, Montana, March 27, 1933:

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The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio, April 6, 1933:

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Wilmington News-Journal, Ohio, June 13, 1935:

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The Leaf-Chronicle, Clarksville, Tennessee, March 9, 1933:

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St. Cloud Times, Minnesota, June 13, 1941:

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The San Francisco Examiner, California, February 14, 1933

Illustration from Good Night, written by Eleanor Gates and illustrated by Arthur Rackham, 1907

The San Francisco Examiner, California, February 14, 1933

Johnny Crow’s Garden,

Leonard Leslie Brooke, 1903

The San Francisco Examiner, California, March 15, 1936

Wenda Parkinson with a 1907 Silver Ghost Rolls-Royce, photographed by husband Norman, 1950

Lupe Velez and Johnny Weissmuller at the West Side Tennis Club, 1938

The Times, Munster, Indiana, May 29, 1942

The Burlingame Enterprise, Kansas, November 21, 1901

The Atlanta Constitution, Georgia, August 23, 1941

The Atlanta Constitution, Georgia, August 4, 1941

Tampa Bay Times, Florida, November 12, 1922

Mrs Peter Leigh, posed as

Baldovinetti’s

Madonna and photographed Captain Peter North for the Painters’ Photographs Exhibit, 1932

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