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Well, there's no such thing as identifying any of these Snapshots while they are onscreen; they appear and then are gone. So I went looking for a possible source for this interesting quote.
In Tafel's "About Wright" I instead found this, a part of H-R Hitchcock's reminiscence:
"And of course everyone knows that Mr Wright dressed in a very special fashion. Some people say that he dressed as though it were the 1890s. But I don't think anyone has ever dressed quite like he did. His clothes were
special. I don't know where they all came from, but those very strange hats were specially produced by a French hatter in the Place VendÃƒÂ´me. Since Wright was rarely ever in his life in Paris, I don't know how this connection
was established. But of course those broad-brimmed hats were not at all in the Texas manner---they were the French hatter's idea of what a Western hat should be..."
https://www.banggood.com/Men-Women-Pork ... 30219.html
Close but no cigar...
Link does not seem to work.
https://www.neweditionfashion.com/produ ... -pie-hat-1
Brim is not as rolled up, and the ribbon band is too wide, for starters.