Lincoln’s Hat Ornament
President Lincoln is well known for wearing a black stovepipe hat. He often stored little slips of paper inside it, on which he had written his ideas. While here at the Cottage, Lincoln worked on one of his most challenging ideas: The Emancipation Proclamation. Many segments of the Proclamation were first scrawled on the scraps of paper that Lincoln kept in his hat.
This image of Lincoln’s hat has come to represent the Cottage as a “Home for Brave Ideas,” and we’re proud to unveil this custom ornament. It features passages from the Emancipation Proclamation and quotes from President Lincoln, peeking out of a recreation of the iconic silk hat.
Dimensions: 2 ¾” tall x 2″ wide
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