RABBIT GOES TO YOUR HEAD: HAT MANUFACTURE IN BRITAIN, 1940
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A man holds a shotgun and two dead rabbits. Rabbit fur is the chief raw material of felt. This photograph shows the viewer the start of the process of hat manufacture: catching and the killing the rabbit for its skin which will be processed into the felt used in hat production.