Fifty-Five Years of Headwork

August 29, 1937 LOS ANGELES TIMES SUNDAY MAGAZINE Page Seven President Cleveland wanted an “invisible” haircut. Charles Schwab liked witch-hazel. But let Jack Brady tell you about the idiosyncrasies of famous men. He’s shaved and trimmed them for 55 years. BACK in the days when haircuts were 20 cents, shaves were 10 cents and beardsContinue reading “Fifty-Five Years of Headwork”

Who Was J.W. “Jack” Brady? Part 1

To the Brady family, Jack Brady seemed an illusive interloper who swooped in and then out of their lives only leaving his name.  Not much was known about him by the family except he was a barber who married Miriam Sandsbury, the only child of Captain Andrew Sandsbury. Then after three children together he disappeared,Continue reading “Who Was J.W. “Jack” Brady? Part 1″