This vintage jacket was made in the mid to late 1930s by the Woolrich Woolen Mills of Woolrich, PA. This is the rare 255 model, with a double front yoke, handwarmers with D-pocket stitching and flapped cargo pockets. It has exposed buttons and a rear game pouch. The coat, in keeping with many early mackinaw coats, is unlined.
Chest (pit to pit): 24-1/2″ (doubled = 49″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 20″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24-1/2″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 30″
This vintage fedora was made in the early 1930s by “D H Co”. Danbury Hat Company, maybe? It was sold by Steefel Brothers of State Street, Albany, New York – Specialized Shops for men, boys and girls. It has typical early to mid 1930s dimensions, tall, straight sided crown, short, raw edge brim, wide ribbon. The liner has great double pleated detailing, and a wide leather sweatband. It is unreeded and, as typical of sweatbands of that era, has dropped some stitches. The leather itself is still in great shape. The back seam is taped instead of stitched, as was common in the 1930s. There are a few shallow moth bites on the brim, but they are only noticeable upon close inspection.