Today’s guest post comes from Tammy Kelly, archivist and hat aficionado at the Truman Presidential Library. I admit it—I love hats. I have several vintage hats in my closet, but I find them challenging to wear because sometimes, I just don’t know how to wear them. People no longer wear hats on a regular basis, [...]
Choosing last week’s winner was a tough nut–er, lobster?–to crack, so we turned to Tammy Kelly, our crack judge at the Truman Library. Congratulation to RJ! Check your email for a code to use for a 15% discount at our eStore! Tammy chose your caption as the winner. Perhaps she was reminded of the fine [...]
Posted by Hilary on February 16, 2012, under - World War I, Photo Caption Contest.
Tags: Ann Chapman, Bess Truman, hats, lobster, Maine, Millinery Monday, Secretary of the Interior, Senator Owen Brews, Truman Library
Here at Prologue: Pieces of History, we have Facial Hair Friday. On the Harry S. Truman Library’s Facebook page, they celebrate Millinery Monday! When I was very little, I loved poking through my mother’s old hatboxes stored in the basement. Alas, the era of wearing hats for every occasion had passed, but she had saved her [...]
Posted by Mary on March 7, 2011, under Uncategorized.
Tags: american history, Bess Truman, Facial Hair Fridays, hats, Millinery Monday, national archives, National archives and records administration, Pieces of History, Truman Library