We have some of my husband Grandmother's items. She was a "city" lady, into clubs, meetings, etc. She is no longer with us, she was 97 years old when she passed. She woulld be like 110 years old today or older. So these may really be depression era wear. They may be antiques and not vintage. Several months after she passed away and her estate was settled, family were able to go into her house and choose items she had and keep them as momentos.
The label is printed on the suede inside the large hat with the feather. The label reads Velusuede "The Artell--- Finish" "He--Polla Inc." "New York". "100% wool" I can't read some of the letters, I typed them with dashes.
We also have one of her hat boxes. Both hats were in this hat box when we claimed them.
I can picture her being dressed looking just like one of those ladies in an old movie with the straight dress and fancy hat on. She seemed so very high society like. Her house was huge, filled with large heavy furniture. When we visited she was very well mannered and such etiquette, serving tea or coffee on a tray and her buffet in dining room would be lined up with food, even though she did not know we were coming. She had a parlor with that linen wall paper with tiny red roses on it. I guess that was kind of victorian.
Well, I really don't know what era these things are from -- vintage, victorian, or depression. Give me your thoughts!!