I found this men's style book at the Academy of Art University library. I really love the journey through men's fashion over the last century or so. It was published by Rizzoli International Publications in 1989, but curated so well that it feels perfectly contemporary. The book is out of print, but is available on Amazon used for about $50.
From top left, clockwise: The locker room of the Vesper Boat Club, Philadelphia. President Jimmy Carter in a chambray work shirt, 1976. Former share cropper in a work shirt, 1938, New Madrid, Missouri. Andy Warhol, 1980. Tom Waits, London, 1985. Three working men, 1940.
From top left, clockwise: Harvard students wearing the Mckenzie bow tie, 1951. Shooting party at Coombe Abbey, the estate of Earl and Countess of Craven, in England, 1920. The Prince of Wales, East Lothian, Scotland, 1925. William Powell, 1929. President Theodore Roosevelt running a steam shovel in the Panama Canal, 1906. Preppies Sean-Patrick Carter and Geoff Scheumann, New York, 1988.
From top left, clockwise: Aviator Charles Lindbergh in front of the Spirit of St. Louis, 1927. Commuters, Park Forest, Illinois, 1958. Edward, Prince of Wales, 1920. Ernest Hemingway with his Labrador, 1930.
From top left, clockwise: Karl Lagerfeld, Paris, 1976. The Duke of Windsor, 1967. Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), 1900. Rene Lacoste and Takeichi Harada at the Westside Tennis Club, Forest Hills, New York, 1926.