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Cowboys and Hatters: Bond Street, Sagebrush and Si
May 29, 2014
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center is announcing the exhibit, Cowboys & Hatters: Bond Street, Sagebrush and the Silver Screen, will be opening with a reception from 5-7 PM on June 5th. The extensive collection of Debbie Henderson of Yellow Springs, Ohio on men’s hats of all types and the processes by which they were made will be displayed through July 12th. The property and funds to open a public library on Sutton Street in 1878, which is continued by KGMC, were bequeathed by James Wormald, a hat maker. Those were the days men were never seen without their hats. We have a photo of his store on West Second Street and one of his hats, and they will be displayed as part of the exhibit. The cowboy hats are in preparation for our READ ON book this October: True Grit.