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This blog presents a historical view through articles, photographs, reminiscences, and advertisements, of an American style of men's fashion of the mid-20th century known as "The Ivy League Look" or "The Ivy Look."

This blog will not present modern-day iterations of this "look"; it will be shown in its original context as an American style worn during this specific era. Author commentary will be kept to a minimum.

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November 20, 2009

Milton's Inimitable "Old School Model", 1964

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Source:

The Technique - 6/10/64

Some Ramblin' Wrecks from that era...



5 comments:

OldSchool said...

For those interested:

The ad is from Atlanta, but the "Old Well" model is named for the Old Well at Chapel Hill, where there was another Milton's store:

http://www.chapelhillmemories.com/cat/9/48

Old Well:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Well

Anonymous said...

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Scott said...

That last boy is fixin' to gator. I've seen that move many times (Although not lately)

Scott

NCJack said...

Milton's was a well known fixture in Chapel Hill, right across from Julian's, owned by his brother, Mr. Maurice. Julian's was the high end store, Milton's was where scholarship students such as myself could afford to shop. Styles were "eclectic", as I think he bid on job lots of what was available.

Mr. Milton was the father of Alexander Julian

NCJack said...

I stand corrected, Alexander is Maurices son. Been a long time since I was there.