Hook's Drug Stores was an Indianapolis, Indiana-based drug store chain that was founded in 1900 by John A. Hook. The chain flourished throughout central Indiana for most of the 20th-century.
Most former Hook's locations that are still open operate as CVS, which bought out Revco in the late 1990s and rebranded their stores as CVS.
A restored 19th-century Hook's drug store stands at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and is a popular attraction at the annual Indiana State Fair. It was originally built in 1849 and has been restored with authentic 19th-century cabinets.
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- 100% polyester mesh back
- Structured, six-panel, mid-profile
- Pre-curved contrast stitched visor
- Underbill matches the color of the visor
- Adjustable plastic snapback