12 Object Results

Object Type: Decade:
91.49.4
Hat
circa 1950

Brown felt hat with a close fitting brim turned up on the left side. The right side is folded and draped with an inner band of brown grosgrain ribbon. Two side combs attached and elastic cord. "Bak...

91.49.3
Hat
circa 1950

Maroon velour hat with close fitting brin with an inner band of red and gold woven pattern tape. Two side combs attached and elastic cord. ''Baker" embroidered on band.

91.49.2
Hat
circa 1950

Gray velour hat with a draped red velvet band and bow. Brim turned up on one side. Inner band with multicolor woven pattern tape. "Baker" is embroidered on band.

91.49.1
Hat
circa 1950

Black velvet trimmed with draped band of mauve and purple velvet. Narrow wired brim. The inner band of gold and red woven pattern tape. The crown is crushed. "Baker" is embroidered on the band.

95.30.140
Hat
1950 – 1960

Rust net pill box hat trimmed with amber bead clusters and a hat pin. 

95.30.23
Hat
1950 – 1960

Black feather hat over black felt with red feather accents.

91.49.5
Hat
circa 1947 – 1960

Lavender felt hat in a mushroom shaoe with a puffed brim sewed in scallop effect. The inner band is made of black grosgrain. Two side combs are attached with elastic cord. "Baker" is embroidered on...

95.30.4
Hat
1940 – 1950

Brown felt with ostrich plume. 

95.30.42
Hat
1938 – 1950

Small black felt brim off the face with persion lamb facing. 

95.30.5
Hat
1938 – 1950

Fitted black felt hat with rhinestone clip and black plume. 

FIC.2014.293
Hat
1930 – 1950

Dark navy asymmetrical hat with upturned brim and trim along the crown comprised of netting and grosgrain ribbon.

95.30.2
Hat
1930 – 1950

Felt with ostrich feather and peach plume. 

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