Hebrew Orphan Asylum 1938 Ballcap
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The Hebrew Orphan Asylum - a large Jewish charitable institution on the Upper West Side of Manhattan - served a second purpose in the 1930s as host of many Negro league baseball games, including those of the Negro National League's New York Black Yankees. This cap is an authentic replication of the cap they wore in the 1938 season, and what a cap it is.
- Wool flannel or broadcloth construction
- Soft crown supported by Horse hair buckram
- Standard Visor
- Authentic felt lettering
- Cotton sweatband
- Adjustable size