Hat Worn by Saint Paul Woman, 1952

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Hat Worn by Saint Paul Woman, 1952

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | April 6, 2018

Women's evening cap of purplish red velvet consists of five overlapping bands which are fashioned into a rim having five points. It was worn by a Saint Paul Woman in 1952.

See it in Collections Online.