Henry the Hatter

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Founded in 1893, Henry the Hatter has a rich history –  president Eisenhower wore a Henry the Hatter hat at his inauguration in the 1950s. Moving with the times, the store offered Indiana Jones hats in the ’80s as well as Kangol hats for hip-hop fans in the ’90s, continuing to adapt to the needs of its customers over the years. After changing its location numerous times across the decades, the store found a new home at the end of 2017 in the historic Eastern Market.

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