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The (M)ad Men and Women of Hutzler’s

On any given day throughout the 1940s and ’50s, shoppers gathered around the Hutzler Brothers Company’s magical window displays on Howard Street. Costumers gawked at pristinely pressed panaches or furbelowed fashions framed by hand-written advertisements. The window displays became a part of the Hutzler experience. From ads in The Baltimore Sun, to the Art Deco [...]

“Luv-lee weath-ar! All the time!”: The Summer of 1921 at Camp Hutzler

In July of 1921, four men in a Ford Model T pulled up to survey a small riverside clearing in the Patapsco Forest Reserve. At the site, men in neckties and women in white dresses were clearing the ground and pitching tents. As Joel and Albert Hutzler stepped out of the Model T, they saw [...]

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