Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A black velvet half- or headband-hat with a black veil draped from the middle of hte front of the frame. The wire and cardboard frame is covered with black velvet that has been glued and stapled on over a black nylon lining, and is shaped like an off-center bow, with a knot section in the middle, a large loop on the right with a tail poking through the loop, and a single, large, slightly pointed piece on the left. The frame is cruved to fit around the front of the head. The veil falls past the...
Dates: circa 1955
Abstract A round, midnight blue classic whimsy hat, made completely of heavy blue netting. A flat blue velvet 'X' bow is sewn to the crown of the hat with small velvet leaves and dots scattered across the rest of the hat, accented with blue square wooden beads. No label. The hat is 34 cm in diameter while the bow is 13 cm x 14 cm.
Dates: circa 1960
File — Box B199.05.0016: Series B199.05 [Barcode: U186023246227]
Abstract 3 women's hats of varying styles and 1 envelope including 3 black bobby pins, 1 u-shaped, 2 straight, and a typewritten receipt from the Denver Dry Goods Co., Cherry Creek Center for $6.29. No items are listed and no year, only the date May 27.
Dates: 1950 - 1965
Abstract The Fogel and Fallick families lived in both the West Side Jewish community and the East Side Jewish community in Denver, Colorado. The Fallick family attended the Romanian Shul and Nathan Fallick was a founder of the Hebrew Educational Alliance. Max and Ida Fogel’s children were Ladeen (Pluss), Marshall, and Helen Ruth (Mozer). After graduating from the University of Denver’s law school, Marshall Fogel became an assistant district attorney for Denver before entering private law practice....
Dates: Other: 1932-2010
Abstract Pink wide-weave veil whimsy hat shaped into a bowled heart to fit on top of the head. A large pink velour bow is glued to the crown of the hat with a circle backing on the underneath of the hat to hold it in place. The knot of hte bow is located at the inward point of the top of hte heart with the arms stretching to the edges. The hat is 33cm wide at its widest point and 26cm deep (from the inward point to the outer edge). The bow is 31cm wide at the arms and 18cm top-to-bottom.
Dates: circa 1960