ST-414-1-63. President John F. Kennedy Models Hat for National Hat Week

ST-414-1-63 John F. Kennedy and Paul Fay Model Hats, 9/12/1963

Accession Number:ST-414-1-63

Title: ST-414-1-63. President John F. Kennedy Models Hat for National Hat Week

Date(s) of Materials: 12 September 1963

Photographer: Dan Lewis

Description: President John F. Kennedy models a hat with Undersecretary of the Navy, Paul “Red” Fay, in honor of National Hat Week. Kennedy family friend and Vice President of Sales at Cavanagh Hats, Al Webb, stands at right. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.

Series Name: Cecil Stoughton (Office of the Military Aide to the President).

Series Number: 02.

Collection: White House Photographs

Copyright Status: Public Domain

Credit Line: Cecil Stoughton (Dan Lewis). White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

Digital Identifier: JFKWHP-ST-414-1-63

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12 September 1963

Cecil Stoughton

Public Domain