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Dominic Dascola cuts John Pickard's hair, March 1970 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Dominic Dascola cuts John Pickard's hair, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1970
Caption
'Long Hair For Men Is On The Way Out' "Long hair for me," says barber Dominic Dascola, "is on the way out. The trend is to a shorter-styled cut, making the hair easier to keep clean and combed." Illustrating "the trend" is John Pickard, 126 Westover, surrendering a four-year growth. Pickard said he decided on a shorter haircut "just to see what it would look like" and because "shorter hair would be an asset in obtaining a job." (Ann Arbor News Photos By Cecil Lockard)

Dominic Dascola cuts John Pickard's hair, March 1970 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Dominic Dascola cuts John Pickard's hair, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1970
Caption
'Long Hair For Men Is On The Way Out' "Long hair for me," says barber Dominic Dascola, "is on the way out. The trend is to a shorter-styled cut, making the hair easier to keep clean and combed." Illustrating "the trend" is John Pickard, 126 Westover, surrendering a four-year growth. Pickard said he decided on a shorter haircut "just to see what it would look like" and because "shorter hair would be an asset in obtaining a job." (Ann Arbor News Photos By Cecil Lockard)

Dascola Barbers, May 1989 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Dascola Barbers, May 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1989
Caption
The Dascola brothers from left, Ernie, Bob, Dom (seated), and David.

Toastasters' Leaders at annual speech contest held in connection with Toastmasters International Day, April 1974 Photographer: Robert Chase

Toastasters' Leaders at annual speech contest held in connection with Toastmasters International Day, April 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1974
Caption
Toastmasters' Leaders Leaders of the three area Toastmasters Slubs and an area governor attended the annual speech contest held in connection with Toastmasters International Day. Some 104 persons participated in the contest at Weber's Inn from 30 Toastmasters clubs in the Detroit-Toledo area. Ann Arbor Mayor James Stephenson addressed the group. Area leaders, from left, are Dalton Ferguson of Ann Arbor, president of Club 1909; Victor Gauthier of Ypsilanti, president of Dawn Trackers Club 3054; Dominic Dasola, of Ann Arbor, governor of Area 8, which includes about a dozen counties, and Larry Ouwerkerk of Ann Arbor, president of Club 699.

The Barbering Dascola Brothers, September 1983 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

The Barbering Dascola Brothers, September 1983 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1983
Caption
200 years of barbering: Ernest, Tom Cederna, David, Patsy (seated), Robert and Dominic

Leo L. Konwinski gets a trim at Dascola's, December 1968 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Leo L. Konwinski gets a trim at Dascola's, December 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 27, 1968
Caption
Trim For 'Santa' His long hair and beard might classify Santa Claus as the original hippie, but Santa assumed a post-Christmas establishment look yesterday at Dascola's Barbe Shop in the Maple Village Shopping Center. Actually, the beard is real but the Santa isn't. The fellow getting the trim is Leo L. Konwinski, an old Upper Peninsula acquaintance of Domenic Dascola from Iron River who is visiting in Ann Arbor. Dascola is doing the trimming. (Ann Arbor News Photos By Eck Stanger)