Ivan Longinovich Goremykin

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Russian Prime Minister Ivan Goremykin (1839-1917).
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Ancient Faces commented
What facial hair! World War 1 Russian Prime Minister Ivan Longinovich Goremykin.
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Wörz Mellor commented
You mean mutton chops ??
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Carla de Jong commented
Very ancient
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Deborah Lynn Amiet commented
My husband threatened to grow mutton chops. I threatened to smother him with a pillow if he did. :)
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Rhea Glasper commented
What a riot! That do took some care:).
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Shirley Pasternak commented
I bet he waxed it too.
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Rose Gasak commented
I think these mustaches are kind of ridiculous, But, it was a sign of the times like bussels on dresses were.. Lol, can you imagine if these people could come back for even a few minutes and see today's pregnant women wearing short tight t shirts with their belly buttons showing, or teen girls twurking(sp) , or any other eccentric things we do today.
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Terri Allen commented
Wow that's some mustache.
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Judith McNutt commented
Ewwww Soo cute
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba commented
It is a Interesting Picture But He Needs A SHAVE . Thank you for Sharing this with Me. 🙀🙈
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Mark -- your next profile pic? 😁
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Mark Ferguson commented
Hmmmmmm...I don't think so. Very impressive facial hair, but he was somewhere to the right of Ted Cruz. Killed by a street mob in Sochi on Christmas Eve, 1917.
Nov 04, 2015 ·
Well, you would know. He just looks like a good candidate.
Nov 04, 2015 ·
Gail Warner commented
Don't care for the texture of all this facial hair. Seems to have a mind of its own and is unruly..
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Nath Nath commented
quelle moustache belle photo
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba commented
Gail W Thank you so much. You can See Whosoever shall Have a Thing that would Look like This is a Problem with the person. I Feel So bad for the People who have to Deal with it. I Am So sorry But if you Were With a Man . Would you Let Him have That on His face. Look How Long it is. Trick or treat. Ha Ha lol
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Jeremy Marshall commented
This style is known as the "Dundreary".
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Pat Hamer commented
not this one either. LOL
Nov 05, 2015 ·
Jill E. Andrick commented
Mutton chops gone wild!
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Gail Walsh commented
This gentleman's facial hair, very trendy for November.
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Barbara Reeves commented
I love these old pictures!
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Susan Crouse commented
Cannot even imagine kissing those face mops
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Dale Jimmy commented
That's a Yosemite Sam mustache!
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Sharron Phipps commented
that's a mustache
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Daniel Nilsson commented
Michael Ontiveros this made me think of you lol.. try this?!
Nov 04, 2015 · Reply
Michael Ontiveros commented
HAHA... maybe.
Nov 04, 2015 ·
Daniel Nilsson commented
Well.. atleast that's a costume idea for next halloween?
Nov 04, 2015 ·
Great black and white Photograph. I love these.
Nov 05, 2015 · Reply
Pat Hamer commented
hope this style doesn't return!
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Mary Jane Perez Cornielle
During those times people were so eccentric!
Nov 06, 2015 · Reply
Barbara Ann Moon commented
Notable photo...............
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Ginnie Smith commented
Face hair lvl 100
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