Whoopee cap

A whoopee cap is a style of headwear popular among youths in the mid 20th century in the United States. It was made from the crown (the topmost part of a hat) of a felt hat with the brim removed, the crown trimmed with a zigzag cut and the crown folded half-way up. In the 1920s and 1930s, such caps were worn by mechanics.[1][2][3] It is worn with Pin-back buttons.[4][5] and referred to as a Jughead hat, palookaville cap, clubhouse hat, or Kingpin.[6]

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References

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