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Leeds Discovery Centre hats: John Craig who established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century.
The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

John Craig who established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century. The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.
Leeds Discovery centre hats: John Craig who established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century.
The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.

Leeds Discovery centre hats

John Craig who established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century. The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: John Craig established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century.
The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

John Craig established his business in the popular shopping district of Park Row, Leeds in the late 19th century. The shop remained there until 1936 before moving to Wellington Street, where it traded until around 1947.
Leeds Discovery centre hats: Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery centre hats

Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: A tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

A tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny top hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny tricorne hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt holds a tiny tricorne hat, one of a remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery Centre hats: Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt with the remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were ere made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery Centre hats

Leeds Museums and Galleries' audience development officer Sara Merritt with the remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand. They were ere made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.
Leeds Discovery centre hats: Sara Merritt, Leeds Museums and Galleries audience development officer hold a miniature jockey's hat. The remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand, were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.

Leeds Discovery centre hats

Sara Merritt, Leeds Museums and Galleries audience development officer hold a miniature jockey's hat. The remarkable range of tiny replica hats, some of which fit in the palm of a hand, were made by Leeds hatter John Craig in the early 1900s and is being carefully conserved as part of a project at the Leeds Discovery Centre.