SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Hats

Keyword Album: Hats

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Ansley Kullman Salz holding a sample of the leather made by his company, the A. K. Salz Tannery in Santa Cruz, California.

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Salz employee Parky Hibbard tacks leather to large boards prior to drying.

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Mel Stubendorff and an unnamed Salz Tannery co-worker tack the hides up to large boards prior to drying.

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Ansel Adams photographed this Salz employee to illustrate a typical beamhouse outfit.

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Salz employee Red McCafferty and a co-worker work with a machine called a "splitter" to separate the hide structure into two distinct layers.

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The forklift was the modern day replacement for the dray horse.

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An employee at Salz tannery, working the splitting machine.

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Tan pits could be dangerous so employees often worked in pairs while removing vegetable tanned hides from them.

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Green bark was removed from a tanoak tree.

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