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Rockford Peaches Baseball Cap

Peaches Cap

$25.00
The Peaches were a professional women’s baseball team that played from 1943-1954 in Rockford, Illinois. They were a part of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League. The Peaches were one of two teams to play in every AAGPBL...
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45 Adapter Cap

45 Adapter Hat

$25.00
The 45 rpm (or 7 inch) adapter made it so you could play a 45 rpm vinyl record with a larger center hole on the LP turntable. The advent of cassettes, CD’s and digital technology saw the demise of the vinyl record market, but thanks to niche...
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Bygone Snapback cap

Bygone Hat

$25.00
Cap: 80% acrylic/20% wool. Structured, 6-panel, high-profile. 6 embroidered eyelets. Plastic snap closure. Head circumference: 21 ⅝” - 23 ⅝” Beanie: 100% Acrylic. 12" in length. Pom-pom on top Save
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Dayton's Beanie

Dayton's Beanie

$25.00
This beloved department store was founded in Minneapolis in 1902 by George Draper Dayton. It became the Dayton-Hudson corporation after a merger in 1969. Dayton’s was more than a shopping trip for clothes and furnishings, It was...
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Dayton's Cap

Dayton's Cap

$25.00
This beloved department store was founded in Minneapolis in 1902 by George Draper Dayton. It became the Dayton-Hudson corporation after a merger in 1969. Dayton’s was more than a shopping trip for clothes and furnishings, It was...
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Bygone Brand Illinois Beanies

Illinois Beanie

$25.00
Our Illinois beanie is celebrating the Land of Lincoln. Here are some fun Illinois facts. 1.It is home to the largest bottle of ketchup  2.The highest point is Charles Mound  3.80% of Illinois is farm land  4.There were two previous...
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Intellivision Running Man Mesh Cap

Intellivision Running Man Cap

$25.00
Back in the day when home video game systems were a new and exciting invention, Mattel introduced Intellivision. Test marketed in 1979, it went nationwide in 1980. From 1980-1983, three million units were sold. Intellivision’s unique controller was...
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Made in Rockford Cap

Made in Rockford Cap

$25.00
The first industry to define Rockford was furniture. The river and dense forests were perfect for the milling of lumber. With the arrival of the Chicago & Northwestern railroad came Swedish immigrants. These immigrants brought their craftsmanship...
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Madison Central Cap

Madison Central High School Hat

$25.00 - $26.00
Madison Central High School was the city’s first high school dating all the way back to the 1850s. It was originally known simply as Madison High School. In 1922, it became Madison Central after Madison East High opened. Known as the Tigers,...
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Magikist Cap

Magikist Hat

$25.00 - $26.00
For more than 30 years, the name Magikist was synonymous with lips — big, giant illuminated red lips that flashed over some of Chicagoland's busiest roadways. The iconic signs first went up in the early 1960s to advertise the Magikist rug...
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Milwaukee Road cap

Milwaukee Road Hat

$25.00 - $26.00
The Milwaukee Road is a famous American railway system that operated for more than a century in the nation’s heartland. Officially known as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, the Milwaukee Road was famous for its speed...
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Mississippi Nights Cap

Mississippi Nights Cap

$25.00
No place in St. Louis rocked like Mississippi Nights rocked. The classic music club on North First Street in Laclede’s Landing opened in 1979 and, over the next 28 years, hosted some of the music industry's biggest acts including AC/DC,...
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National Lock Cap

National Lock Cap

$25.00
The National Lock Company was founded by three Swedish industrialists in 1903 because they saw a need for furniture locks. The company’s product line soon expanded to include kitchen, appliance and furniture hardware, door locks, fasteners, and...
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Olympia Stadium Detroit

Olympia Stadium Hat

$25.00
Olympia Stadium was an indoor arena built in 1927. Affectionately called the “Big Red Barn”, the Olympia was most well known as the home of the Detroit Red Wings. However, it was also a major venue for boxing, basketball, rodeos, circuses,...
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Peoria Indian Cap

Peoria Indian Cap

$25.00
This is a symbol once used by the City of Peoria. 100% cotton twill. Six panel jockey shape. Unstructured. Cloth backstrap with tri-glide buckle and tuck-in. Weight: .5 lbs    
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Rennebohm Cap

Rennebohm Drug Stores Hat

$25.00 - $26.00
Few names elicit a bigger reaction in Madison than Rennebohm’s. Oscar Rennebohm founded the iconic Madison drugstore chain in 1925 and there were eventually more than two dozen locations around the area before the chain was sold in 1980...
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Rockford chunky knit cap

Rockford Cap

$20.00
100% acrylic Chunky knit cap. 12" knit Originally called the Rockford Scooter Company, the Rockford Motors Company's first import was a scooter called the Silver Pigeon from the Mitsubishi Corporation. In the sixties, the company received...
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Rockford Products Cap

Rockford Products Cap

$25.00
Rockford Products is the reason Rockford is nicknamed “Screw City”. The idea for this worldwide manufacturer, importer, and distributor of fasteners and other industrial products came from the idea of one man, Swan Hillman. In...
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STL Cap Cardinal

STL Cap

$25.00
Show your St. Louis pride in our STL cap. 100% Cotton Twill with garment wash. Unstructured Jockey Shape. Self-fabric with buckle closure. Save
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