|Object ID #||2012.002.003|
|Title||Runner's Cap (1989)|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Year Range from||1988|
|Year Range to||1989|
|Place of Origin||Owen Sound, Grey County|
|Description||Soft-style, unlined man's cap. It is made of machine-stitched white cotton fabric, and has a stiff blue plastic visor brim. There is some narrow interfacing, and a back elastic. The front of the cap is printed in green with "WINNER'S DAY". In blue lettering, the nearby printing includes the logo of The YM-YWCA of Owen Sound, the Sun Times newspaper, the Georgian Bay Symphony, the Bruce Grey Literacy Network and YMCA International. There is a reflective rectangular label affixed to the underside of the brim.|
|Makers mark||No maker's mark observed. It likely was printed locally by a sportswear-related printing company?|
Manufacturer unknown. Likely printed in Owen Sound, Grey County. Dates to 1988-1989.
Belonged to John Dickinson. He was a participant, an official, an assistant race director and then the Director of the Owen Sound YMCA-YWCA and The Sun Times' Triathlon organization. He told museum staff that it only lasted four years. It used Kelso Beach for its swimming departure, and the running and cycling were done in Georgian Bluffs.
|Collection||Textiles, 20th-c Clothing Collection, Men's|
|Dimensions||H-11 W-20.5 L-27 cm|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|