" 'Light hair, red-checked gingham dress, and straw hat
'--all she knows, indeed!
She looked really glad to see me--her brown eyes beamed clear and kindly--she gave my hand another inestimable shake--the summer breezes waved her black curls gently upward from her waist--she had on a straw hat
and a brown Holland gardening dress.
Uncle Henry, when the summons came, had been out in the barn "doin' chores." He wore a ragged and much soiled straw hat
, a checked shirt without any collar and blue overalls tucked into the tops of his old cowhide boots.
As the coach stops, a gentleman in a straw hat
looks out of the window:
She was dressed usually in a pink Mother Hubbard, and she wore all day long a large straw hat
. But when she let down her hair, which she did now and then, for she was vain of it, you saw that it was long and dark and curly; and her eyes had remained young and vivacious.
Hay Denver," said he, raising his broad straw hat
. "May I come in?"
As I listened to the companionable murmur of the stream, I almost expected to see her again, in her simple white frock and straw hat
, singing to the music of the rivulet, and freshening her nosegay of wild flowers by dipping it in the cool water.
A heavy-necked man in a straw hat
, who was chewing something, stopped the machine with a touch, and they all,turned their eyes on Bert.
He reached up for her big, rough straw hat
that hung on a peg outside the door, and put it on her head.
There was a boy's old speckled straw hat
on the floor; I took that, too.
She wore a tight, black, cashmere dress, made in the fashion of ten years ago, a little dusty black straw hat
trimmed with bows of yellow ribbon, and faded black lace mits.
Yet it was no beast that Dorothy had discovered, for the person was clothed most gorgeously in embroidered garments of many colors, and wore a straw hat
perched jauntily upon the side of its head.