- The Gibson Girl drawings were pen and ink illustrations by Charles Dana Gibson. These illustrations were often considered the first national standard of beauty for women.
- One of the trends that resulted from the drawings was an affinity for large-crowned, broad brimmed hats with elaborate decorations.
- The Bollman Gibson Girl illustrates this style with its high squared crown, wide brim, soft navy felt and showy lace hatband tied off in a bow with a matching cream color binding.
- Approx. 4" flat crown
- Approx. 3 1/2" brim