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The 'Narcissa' is one of a series of baseball caps that recognize famous and notable places along Historic Route 66.
Narcissa is a very small village in NE Oklahoma. It was part of the original (1926) Route 66.
The village was named after Narcissa Walker the only daughter of Percy and Mary Walker. Percy Walker was 1/4 Wyandotte Indian. In 1893 he joined the Cherokee Nation after moving from Kansas City to what is now Narcissa to become Federal Postmaster for the Indian Territory.
Was Narcissa as beautiful as the flower after which she was named? Her parents surely thought so.
The Narcissa is done in 'Narcissus Blush'. Picture yourself in place of our beautiful model. We are confident you will love this cap. It is another great choice particularly for female Route 66 fans and everyone that appreciates a beautifully designed cap
The eye catching red RT66 embroidery literally pops off the hat
The cap makes a bold statement and looks classy on everyone
- EXCLUSIVE RT66TM LOGO
- 100% Cotton
- Unstructured Soft Crown
- 6-panel Baseball Cap
- 6 Embroidered Eyelets
- Matching Fabric Under-visor
- Matching Color Sweatband
- Matching Fabric Adjustable Hook and Loop Back Closure