The Great Lakes Naval Station had one of the best ‘ball clubs’ during World War II, when many major league players joined the service. Because the military was still racially segregated, there was a separate black Great Lakes club on which future pioneer Larry Doby played.
This reproduction WWII Ball-cap is made with the correct 100% navy lambswool with a horsehair buckram crown, satin taping, embroidered anchor emblem and cotton sweatband with a leather strap & cinch size adjuster.
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