Colonial Williamsburg Est. 1926 Baseball Cap
Protect your face from the hot summer sun with this Colonial Williamsburg Est. 1926 Baseball Cap featuring the date of Colonial Williamsburg's restoration. Made of cotton twill with a classic fit, its unstructured shape and full-curve visor will give you that “broken in” feel upon your first wear. This hat is a one-size-fits-all due to its adjustable strap closure with a brass slide buckle. Makes a great gift of any fan of Colonial Williamsburg!
- Adjustable strap closure with brass slide buckle
- One size fits all
- Unstructured shape with full curve visor
- Made of comfortable cotton twill
- Full crown topstitching
- A Colonial Williamsburg exclusive
- Made in China
In 1926, John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his wife, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, were inspired by the vision so eloquently articulated by Rev. Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin of Bruton Parish Church. That vision was to restore the town of Williamsburg to its 18th-century appearance and reveal the story of our nation’s origin to all. At that time, the Rockefellers began their generous financial support for this complex project.