I\'m a Happy Capper! A Happy Capper collector, that is. I adore hats, and I rarely venture into sunlight without one. Several of my hats are labelled "Happy Cappers by The Field Company - Los Angeles Calif" They're very sturdy, and are usually a generous size so they fit my 22 1/4" head easily. This is the first one I found. It has real tapa cloth for the band, and thick bands of raffia all around. It's been my favorite for several years. This one is nice too, with a fabric band. The brim is smaller, the crown is shorter, and it has a ribbon band. All raffia, no band at all. Variation on a theme. I'm not sure if this should be puffed up like a bubble hat, or flattened like a newsboy's cap. Marabou feathers on a stretchy cap My newest Happy Capper, with a huge ruffled brim and extravagant crown. The label is the same in all of them. I haven't been able to find anything about the company that made them. Google Archives has a reference to a 1962 ad, but that's it. Anyone familiar with this lable?