Music Maids Vintage Ballcap
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- Made in the USA
- Silver satin, black wool broadcloth
- Red "Music Maids - It's A Hit!" on front
- Standard visor with chartreuse green satin under visor
- Velcro Adjuster
- Vintage hair cloth backed buckram crown
- Satin taping with cotton sweatband
- Item #: EFFA-MMC
History: A parallel league to the AAGPBL, the National Girls Baseball League was founded in 1944 by Ed Kolski and Charley Bidwill, owner of the Chicago Cardinals football team. In fact, many players bounced back and forth between the two leagues. To gain a competitive advantage, the National League paid better than the AAGPBL, plus they offered an easier road game playing schedule. Technically fast pitch underhand, the National Girls were all about the game, not dress code, chaperones or charm schooling. Just hard & fast ball play. Based in Chicago, playing for 11 seasons, they regularly drew crowds of over 500,000 fans each year. Teams were Rock-Ola, Music Maids, Brach’s Kandy Kids, Blue Birds, Queens, Bloomer Girls, Chicks.
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New favorite hat!
When i saw these online I knew i needed on for my Ebbets collection. I was kinda worried about the new velcro strap, but it is now my favorite of all of the hat styles. I hope they release more hats with this new closure. It is the most comfortable adjustable hat I own! Keep it up!