This dusty old barbershop opened back in 1948 and was reinvigorated by Terry Chipman in 1990. His goal is to give the client a good haircut – appropriate for both work and play – at a fair price. "We give you an experience that almost any man can afford and every man will enjoy." The walls of High Point are covered with sports memorabilia and historic newspaper clippings. Payment is strictly cash. [Haircuts, from $20; shaves, $15; and beard trims, $10; 477 High Point Terrace, Suite C, 901-452-5026]
Credit: Courtesy High Point Old School Barbershop
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