Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
The Hats of Cramahe ca.1900
Children's Headwear
A young boy posing under a tree
A young boy posing under a tree Details
A young girl holding her hat in the doorway of the Grand Truck Railroad Station
A young girl holding her hat in the doorway of the Grand Truck Railroad Station Details
A young couple and baby at Griffis' summer home
A young couple and baby at Griffis' summer home Details
Baby in a wicker carriage on the Griffis? house porch
Baby in a wicker carriage on the Griffis? house porch Details
Children tended to wear hats for formal occasions such as church or travelling. Girls often wore ribbons in their hair for every day rather than hats. Boys usually went hatless. Babies wore small knitted or cotton caps to protect their heads from the sun or cool breezes.
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