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701 1995.14.13 Cap, Garrison

U. S. Army. Red trim all around the middle; another piece of red trim goes down at a 45' angle near the front, on the right side. There is a white tag on the inside on the left side. Red piping denotes service in an artillery unit.

702 1995.14.14 Cap, Garrison

U. S. Army. Red trim all around the middle; another piece of red trim goes down at a 45' angle near the front, on the right side. There is a white tag on the inside on the right side. Red piping denotes service in an artillery unit.

703 1995.14.15 Cap, Garrison

U. S. Army. has polyester lining on inside of the cap. A leather strap 1" wide around the inside of the cap - outside of cap is all green. Has stitiching that goes down at 45 degree angle near the front of the cap on the right side. Dispatched enlisted mens hat.

704 1995.14.16 Cap, Garrison

U. S. Army. Black and gold trim all the way around the middle of the cap. Another piece of black and gold trim goes down at a 45 degree angle near the front on the right side. There is a silver pin on the left near the front of the cap. Black/Gold piping denotes a commissioned officer. Silver bar denotes 1st Lieutenant.

705 1995.14.17 Cap, Garrison

U. S. Army. Black and gold trim all the way around the middle of the cap. Another piece of black and gold trim goes down at a 45 degree angle near the front on the right side. There is a silver pin on the left near the front of the cap. Black/Gold piping denotes commissioned officer. Silver bar indicates 1st lieutenant.

706 1995.32.0011 Pin, campaign

Front features a 7/16" blue circle in the center, surrounded by a thin red line that trails off to the upper left. In the center of the blue circle is a white airplane and surrounding the circle, the remainder of the front is white with red lettering that proclaims "Defend America" at the top, and is separated from the bottom phrase, "Aid the Allies", by stars. Back of the button is silver, with a pin.

707 2004.7.0001 Jacket, Military

navy blue women's uniform jacket. Six panels. Has 1/2'' silver gray trim around cuffs. Silvergray star embroidered on top of trim: Denotes line officer. Collar lapels have white an blue anchor embroidered on them. Two breast pockets. Four gold buttons with eagle motif. Inside has navy blue satin lining. "Evelyn F. Starkey" label embroidered on inside collar. Inside, label "Made and sold under authority of U. S. Navy" "U. S. Women's naval Reserve." Picture of anchor. Part of WAVES uniform 2004.7.1-4. Color: BL

708 2004.7.0003 Shirt

White long sleeve cotton. Three panels. Six white plastic buttons down front. Inside label (on inside collar) reads "Styled by Terry Chicago (care instructions over) machine wash warm delicate cycle. Tumble dry low. Use cool iron. WPL 10281." Has two safety pins on either side of collar, each pinning a 13'' navy blue tie in place. (a) tie. Navy blue cotton. 2 pieces. Piece attached to either side of blouse collar, under flap, with safety pin. Each piece is 13'' long. The pieces are tapered at the top and get larger at the bottom. The pieces would be tied together as a tie for the uniform. Part of WAVES uniform 2004.7.1-4. Color: WH

709 2016-13-1 Mask

A Navy green extreme cold weather mask that has stiched felted wool inside. The outside of the mask has both removable nose and mouth pieces. The pieces that remove the nose and mouth are from stamped metal buttons. The front of the mask is made out of vinyl where the straps on the back of the head are canvas. There are two big straps, but the top strap has three pieces; side and top strap. Bottom strap goes around the lower portion of the head. The extreme cold weather mask was used in WWII. 

710 2016-24-41 Holster

Korean war era M1911 leather hip holster. "205 DB 4" pressed into the back. Two metal clasps attach along the front.

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711 2016-24-42 Holster

'38 Smith and Wesson hip gun holster. Two metal clasps attach on the front and a loop for a belt on the back.

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712 2016-24-43 Holster

Korean war era M1911 leather shoulder gun holster. Shoulder strap attaches on left side middle and top right corner.

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713 2016-24-44 Belt

Tan artillery belt that can hold nine magazines. Each magazine pocket has a copper button with the US army insignia engraved in relief.

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714 2016-24-45 Belt

Korean war era US military belt. Three metal eyelets through the length of the belt, occuring every 6 cm.

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715 2016-24-46 Holster

Korean war era Colt '45 gun holster. Attaches to belt (2016-24-45). Bucheimer pressed into the back underneath two metal hook attachments.

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716 2016-24-47A Magazine Pouch

Korean war era 2-clip magazine holder. Metal clasp attaches in the center of the front. Two metal clasps attach to the belt (2016-24-45) on the back.

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717 2016-24-47B Magazine

Empty Korean war era '45 magazine.

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718 2016-24-48 Clip

M1 garand 30 ot 6 clip of 8 crimped blanks from the American Legion in Mapleton, Iowa.

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719 2016-24-49 Clip

M1 garand clip with 8 30 ot 6 blank paper wad bullets from the American Legion in Mapleton, Iowa.

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720 2016-24-50A Coat

US Marine Corps service (alpha) semi form fitting officer's coat. Corporal double chevron insignia on both arms. Four buttons down the center, two pockets on either side. Marine pins on collar.

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721 2016-24-50B Coat

US Marine Corps service (alpha) overcoat. Corporal double chevron insignia on both arms. Six buttons attached to the front.

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722 2016-24-50C Hat

US military service (alpha) barrack's cover.

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723 2016-24-50D Hat

US military garrison cap. Single metal eyelet on the left front side. Cotton sweat band stitched in on the inner brim.

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724 2016-9-2 Medal

A government contract medal given to Chamberlain Manufacturing Company in Waterloo, Iowa. Medal is dated November 1984 and commemorates the successful technology, fabrication, test transfer effort, and transition to production in record time of the 120 MM Tank Ammunition made at the factory. 

725 2016-9-3 Medal

A government contract medal given to Chamberlain Manufacturing Company in Waterloo, Iowa. Medal, dated November 1984, is commemorating the successful technology, fabrication, and test transfer effort and transition to production in record time. Chamberlain was making 120 mm tank ammunition.

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