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Military chapeau and case (War of 1812)
Subject:Mens costumes--Uniforms--accessories, Mens costumes
Description:Military chapeau and case. Worn by Mendes I. Cohen. Gift of Mrs. Arnold B. Johnson, Mrs. D. Grigsby Long, and Mrs. Harriet Cohen Coale.
Date of Original:Unknown
Type/Size:Physical Object; hat: 46.04 x 34.93 x 12.7 cm.; case: 52.71 x 40.96 x 17.15 cm.
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Rights:Copy of original owned by the Maryland Historical Society. For reproduction and permission information, please contact email@example.com