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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

Beige Straw Hat with Velvet Ribbon and Tulle, between 1920-1940

Identifier: B107.01.0002.00003

A woman's large brimmed, wire-framed straw hat trimmed with black velvet ribbon at the base of the crown and at the edge and center of the brim. Four square cuts of black organdy are steamed into floral shapes and mounted across the front of the hat. The hat is lined with black grosgrain ribbon inside and two attached interior labels read: ''22;'' and ''The May Co; Denver''.

Dates: between 1920-1940

Black Felt Hat with Feathers, circa 1958

Identifier: B107.01.0001.00003

This is a formal hat that consists of a black tri-cornered felt form covered with white, pastel blue, pink and green feathers that are glued into place. A layer of tulle covers the hat and additional tulle is gathered at center back.

Dates: circa 1958

Black Hat with Black Satin Bow, circa 1951

Identifier: B107.01.0002.00001

A small black ''manmade straw'' woman's hat with satin ribbon trimming the edge and large bows featured in the back. The ''party tulle'' is decorated with multi-colored pieces of pipe cleaner. The hatpin is a bulb shaped tip of gray cotton knit. Inside the hat are two white labels that read: ''Kay's modes millinery; 614 16th St.; Denver, COLO'' and ''Milgrim''.

Dates: circa 1951

Black Plasticized ''Straw'' Hat with Gray and Black Plaid Ribbon, between 1920-1940

Identifier: B107.01.0002.00004

A black plasticized ''straw'' hat with black mesh and plaid box. The mesh is used ornamentally with steamed flat loops that are around three-quarters of the hat. Gray and black plaid plasticized ribbon is formed with stiff tulle in tucks to form bows around the brim of the hat.

Dates: between 1920-1940

Box 2, circa 1950

 File — Box B415.01.0002: Series B415.01 [Barcode: U186023258258]
Identifier: B415.01.0002

Box contains two hats used by Sam Stoole in his construction company. One is a tin construction hat with "Sam Stoole" in black letters. Inside the hat is a leather band and with plastic frame. The other hat is a pith helmet with air holes and made of felt. Brown leather band inside which can be sized with a ribbon.

Dates: circa 1950

Box 3

 File — B415.02.0003: Series B415.02 [Barcode: U186023258266]
Identifier: B415.02.0003

The box contains a bible in Hebrew and English, black velvet tallith bag with embroidered turquoise Star of David that belonged to Sam Stoole's grandfather, two of Sam's pipes, and two of the buckles from his belt buckle collection that numbered in the hundreds. The box also contains two men's hats worn by Sam Stoole, photographs and papers.

Dates: circa 1955

Box 7

 File — B412.01.0007: Series B412.01 [Barcode: U186023300461]
Identifier: B412.01.0007

Box contains a coral quilted bed jacket, a small pink bed hat, and embroidered baby clothes. The baby clothes belonged to Joy Weinstein.

Dates: 1920-1967

Box 14 - Costumes, undated

 File — Box B094.06.0014: Series B094.06 [Barcode: U186023306205]
Identifier: B094.06.0014

Box contains costume articles from NCJW Denver section's traveling theater troupe. Items include one [1] clear plastic mask with painted facial features, two [2] black hats (one with glitter), and one [1] straw hat with yarn embellishment - likely used in NCJW productions of "The Wizard of Oz".

Dates: undated

Brown Felt Hat with Silk Ribbon and Bow, circa 1950

Identifier: B107.01.0001.00004

A caramel brown felt sailor hat with a circular wire brim. On the outside of the brim, there is a brown velvet ribbon, and the front has a small brown velvet bow. The inside of the hat is stamped with a white crest with a lion; inside and around the crest reads: ''fur felt body by Mallory''. Inside the brim is brown grosgrain ribbon with a label affixed reading: ''Kate Ferretti Denver''.

Dates: circa 1950

Cavanagh Fedora Hat, circa 1955, circa 1950

Identifier: B415.02.0003.00001
Abstract Fedora felt hat with wide grosgain band. The term fedora was named after an 1882 play starring Sarah Bernhardt. In 1928, John Cavanagh created the company of Cavanagh-Dobbs, which included his own label of Cavanagh Hats. In 1932, John Cavanagh founded the Hat Corporation of America, merging his brands with those of Knox and Dunlap. The store where the hat was sold, Neusteters, is embossed on the inside of the hat. The hat is taller than the hats made in the 1960s. Lined in satin, appears the...
Dates: circa 1955; circa 1950