Category:Benjamin Franklin with fur
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- "When Benjamin Franklin arrived in Paris, he was wearing a little fur cap to keep his bald head warm. To the French, the hat was the embodiment of the rugged American frontiersman and proof that Franklin was a true "natural man." In fact, Franklin sent back to America for a large supply of the caps, which he wore everywhere around Paris."
- "According to biographer Walter Isaacson, Franklin wore a hat made of soft marten fur, which he obtained on a trip to Canada seeking support for the Revolution."
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