The proper way to wear a hat

Horstman, J.
November 1989
Yankee;Nov89, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p18
Describes the hat collection of Lee Wool, 87, of Mill River, Mass., who has been putting on hat reviews for ladies' clubs and other civic groups for the past 11 years. Discusses her collection and her love of hats.


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