Back in the 1920s and 30s, as a new generation of workers was leaving behind their blue collars for white, a new definition of manly virtues was needed in the workforce.
While today, one often sees stunning outdoor scenes, which seem to equate the entrepreneurial spirit with a frontier-style attitude, back then, the office was a frontier of sorts compared to the farm or factory.
Brett and Kate McKay at The Art of Manliness take a fascinating journey down memory lane to the heyday that preceded the Great Depression and the values it espoused.
Think these would do the trick in the break room today?
Full story at The Art of Manliness.
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