The United States as seen by its residents
Tools in the foreground at a New Orleans barber shop. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
A client gets a shave at the same barber shop. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
Patrons at a Chicago barber shop listen to Barack Obama's inaugural address. (John Gress/Reuters)
A man gets his hair cut on a barber shop truck in New York City. (Reuters/Shannon Stapleton)
A barber shop on the main street in Hammond, Louisiana. (Flickr user Smoorenburg)
Dom's Barber Shop in Hallowell, Maine. (Flickr user Carl Lender)
Barber Shop, 1956. (Seattle Municipal Archives)
Unknown location. (Flickr user Senor Codo)
A barber shop in Davis, California. (Flickr user Peter Alfred Hess)
Aboard the USS Salem. (Flickr user Jimmyweee)
Unknown location. (Flickr user _mogi)
Somewhere in Northeastern Pennsylvania. (Flickr user Meltwater)
Location unknown. (Flickr user A Continuous Lean)
A barber shop in The Castro, San Fransisco (Flickr user meteo)
The oldest barber shop in Austin, Texas. (Flickr user A Continuous Lean)
The same Austin, Texas barber shop from the inside. (Flickr user Lachland Hardy)
Grass Valley, California. (Flickr user Homie0001)
Executive Cuts in South Boston, Virginia. (Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
Major League Barber Shop, West Haven, Connecticut. (Flickr user Jayson Biggs)
Brice's Barber Shop in SE Washington DC(Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
At the West point barber shop, a new cadet gets "the traditional haircut." (Flickr user West Point Public Affairs)
Ballards Barber Shop in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington D.C. (Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
A barber shop in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. (Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
A barber shop in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington D.C. (Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
Chevy Chase, Maryland. (Flickr user Mr. T in DC)
Location unknown. (Flickr user Abnervision)
Washington D.C. (Flickr user Elvert Barnes)
South Campus, Madison. (Flickr user Boon Lee)
Previously in this series: Venice Beach, California. Western Georgia. Cincinnati, Ohio. Birmingham, Alabama. Clarksdale, Mississippi. New York, New York. The border between Arizona and Nevada. Detroit, Michigan. Key West, Florida. Portland, Oregon. Boston, Massachusetts. Austin, Texas. Nashville, Tennessee. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Seattle, Washington. Portland, Maine. Yokena, Mississippi. Smyrna, Georgia. Vicksburg, Mississippi. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Hoboken, New Jersey. Los Angeles, California. Kittery, Maine. Hamden, Connecticut. Westwood, New Jersey. Weehawken, New Jersey. Reno, Nevada. Luna, New Mexico. Athens County, Ohio, living on a bus. On the Ohio River, addicted to pills. At Ohio University, Chinese exchange students. Inner City Oakland, California, on a bicycle. Variations on the swimming pool. Yellowstone National Park. Independence, Iowa.
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