Here's what Goldman Sachs employees looked like 77 years ago

Goldman Sachs Tweeted a “Throwback Thursday” photo of the bank’s first annual summer outing for employees from June 14, 1938.

The photo shows a mix of men and women. Some folks are in suits and ties, while others are in what appears to be jerseys that say “GS & Co.” (Perhaps they had a baseball team. One guy in the front row is holding a bat).

Hats also must have been big fashion statement at the time — there are a ton of interesting styles in the photo. And if you look closely, the gentleman in the front row on the far right appears to be wearing a lopsided fake mustache.

Anyway, it’s pretty neat to see what the bank looked like 77 years ago.

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