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Cat. # Name Description
301 1978.31.0008 Helmet Pith sun helmet (World War II); olive green felt body; green leather trim on brim; exterior dark green felt hat band; 2" ventilation knob on top; black, white & red striped metal shield on right side; black & silver Nazi eagle & swastika shield on left side. Green leather chin strap with metal buckle & fittings; dark green cotton cloth lining; leather headband & metal fittings; red felt liner-head-support; aluminum wheel at center top for adjusting & removing ventilation knob. Exterior of leather headband marked "Germany 7 1/8, J. Von Ritter"; interior of leather headband marked, "3 - 42 (date), 58 (headsize in cm), F. ST. L. (maker's mark), 60N". 1978.31.0008 (Helmet) image
302 1978.33.0002 Button Union discharge button.
303 1979.65.0001 Holster Brown leather, white stitching; two leather belt loops on back, secured to holster by brass rivets; tooled designs on upper front section; open top style.
304 1979.9.0004 Pin, lapel U. S. Army Reserve pin, World War One; brass metal pin, letters "U. S."; hinged pin back.
305 1979.9.0010 Button, campaign Button, commemorative, 1919. To welcome the U. S. Army Rainbow Division back from France, following World War I; metal button, multi-colored red, yellow, blue & white paper & clear celluloid cover, red lettering "Welcome Home" below rainbow, lettering "official souvenir"; straight brass metal pin back. Color: ML 1979.9.0010 (Button, campaign) image
306 1979.9.0014 Insignia, military U. S. Army Uniform collar insignia button, World War I, Iowa Army Reserve; brass metal button, stamped "Iowa"; screw-on back fastener. a. Button. b. Back screw device. 1979.9.0014 (Insignia, military) image
307 1979.9.0015 Insignia, military U. S. Army Uniform collar insignia button, World War I tank corps badge; brass metal button, picturing a World War I tank, animal heads, and floral leaf designs; flat screw back fastener. a. Button. b. Back screw device. 1979.9.0015 (Insignia, military) image
308 1981.0027l Photocopy A photocopy of a World War 1 honorable discharge paper.
309 1981.0027m Photocopy A photocopy of a World War 1 honorable disharge paper.
310 1981.0027n Envelope An envelope that contained a letter from Mrs. William F. Howard to Mrs. Vance Nelson.
311 1984.6.0044 Medal Eighty-seven Riflery B N. #87 over two crossed guns.
312 1984.6.0045 Medal Y.M.C.A.
313 1984.6.0046 Medal Y.M.C.A.
314 1984.6.0047 Medal Y.M.C.A.
315 1984.6.0048 Medal Y.M.C.A.
316 1984.6.0049 Medal Y.M.C.A.
317 1984.6.0050 Medal U.S.
318 1984.6.0052 Medal Two-piece; 7th Army Corps, Spanish American War, H. L. Eels, 2nd Division Hosp. corp 49th Iowa.
319 1984.6.0053 Cufflink Army Educational Corps. A. E. F.
320 1984.6.0054 Medal Fabric covered insignia.
321 1984.6.0055 Insignia Non-fabric covered.
322 1984.6.0116 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicts a large group of black soldiers in a mess hall, presumably at Camp Dodge in 1918. The tables are littered with booklets and paper, possibly mail. Poster with the Lord's Prayer is visible along the back wall. Dev. B. N. #2. Camp Dodge. 1984.6.0116 (Print, photographic) image
323 1984.6.0117 Print, photographic Photograph depicts a large group of predominantly black soldiers in front of a building labeled 326. There are various other buildings in the background. This photograph is believed to have been taken at Camp Dodge in 1918. Photograph is in black and white. 1984.6.0117 (Print, photographic) image
324 1984.6.0171 Print, photographic Photograph depicts a group of French waitresses along with 3 soldiers, Harry Leroy Eells standing 2nd to the left inward, in front of the outside of the schoolhouse. "Class of French waitresses. May 23, 1919" is written on the back of the photograph in black ink. Photograph has a wide white border. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0171 (Print, photographic) image
325 1984.6.0172 Print, photographic Photograph depicts a large group of French waitresses inside a school building learning English from soldiers and a young woman. "Class of French waitresses taking English. Miss Nehe Y.M.C.A girl who was helping. May 23, 1919" written on the back of the photograph in black ink. World War I. Color: bk,wh 1984.6.0172 (Print, photographic) image
326 1984.6.0173 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicting a very large group of boys and instructors in front of a building entrance. "Picture represents the boys who took advantage of the English instruction in the College de Beanne. May 22, 1919. 10 instructors from the university. 120 boys." written on the back in black ink. 1984.6.0173 (Print, photographic) image
327 1984.6.0185 Print, photographic "Cuban farm. Typical farming of Cuba" written on the back in pencil. White thatched house prominent in foreground, with five people working in fields. Most likely taken during the Spanish-American War. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped edging painted gold. Aerial view. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0185 (Print, photographic) image
328 1984.6.0186 Print, photographic "Showing burial method for common people" handwritten in pencil on back of print. Shows a man placing a man's body into wooden casket on ground. A second man is standing by, holding a section of rope. Stone wall visible in background. Print is mounted on discolored withe or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0186 (Print, photographic) image
329 1984.6.0187 Print, photographic "Execution of criminal in Cuba" written in pencil on the back. Shows man being choked with turnscrew device being twisted by another man. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Photo is faded and there are two tear from a crease in the lower left corner of the board and print. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0187 (Print, photographic) image
330 1984.6.0188 Print, photographic "Farming in Cuba" with an underline is written in pencil on the back of the photograph. Two farmers with oxen depicted in front of a field of corn and huts in the background. A young boy is standing to the left. Print is mounted on a discoulored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0188 (Print, photographic) image
331 1984.6.0189 Print, photographic "Going to the cemetery" written on the back of photograph in pencil. Four men are carrying a casket on their shoulders, with two men following behind. Print is mounted on a discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0189 (Print, photographic) image
332 1984.6.0190 Print, photographic Block house with barbed wire fence during Spanish American War. "Block house, showing wire fence and hous wires are twisted to prevent enemy's entrance" written on the back in pencil. Print is mounted on discolored white or cream board with scalloped, gold painted edging. Lower left corner of board is torn off. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0190 (Print, photographic) image
333 1984.6.0192 Print, photographic Black and white photograph with "Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla" written on the back in pencil. Rows of buildings on each side. There are many people on the street. The man closest to the photographer is carrying a shovel over his shoulder. Print is mounted on an ornate white board. 1984.6.0192 (Print, photographic) image
334 1984.6.0193 Print, photographic Military camp scene from the Spanish-American War. The photo depicts William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925), and Fitz Hugh Lee (1835-1905) at Camp Cuba Libre in Florida. Photograph taken in September of 1898. "W J Bryan Fitz Hugh Lee" written on back of print in pencil with Fitz Hugh Lee written below the W J Bryan and is underlined. 1984.6.0193 (Print, photographic) image
335 1984.6.0194 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a power house in Jacksonville Florida. Plant is behind a chain link fence. Several people are walking along the sidewalk in front of the plant. "Power House for Water Works Jacksonville Fla." written on the back in pencil. Print is mounted on an ornate white board. 1984.6.0194 (Print, photographic) image
336 1984.6.0195 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two men posing with one leg each propped on the same chair. The man on the left is pointed to a note that is held by the man on the right.. The man on the right is Harry Lee Eells. Printed text below the photo reads "Wankon Portrait Co., Wankon, Iowa." Both wear uniforms of Spanish-American War. "At right: Harry Leroy Eells in Spanish American War uniform. I do not know the identity of the other young man" handwritten in black ink on back of print. Print is mounted on a white textured board. The corners a worn and there is a tear through the photo on the left side. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0195 (Print, photographic) image
337 1984.6.0196 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of three men in Spanish American War uniforms. They are posed in front of palm trees with the man in the middle sitting on rocks. Print is mounted on a tan cardboard frame with printed text "Camp Columbia, Havana, Cuba, 1899." and "WATERMAN, CHICAGO". An arrow in pencil points to the man on the right. On the back of the frame it says "Took care of this young man in army hospital" in pencil. 1984.6.0196 (Print, photographic) image
338 1984.6.0213 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicting four American soldiers and eight French children sitting against the outside of a building. A motorcycle sits to the right of the image. "American soldiers playing with French children somewhere in France." is typed on the back in black ink. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped twice in blue ink on back of print. "PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIAL FROM PICTORIAL PRESS 220 WEST 42ND ST., N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Hard to read text, possibly "L 2718" underlined with 19 written below handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. 1984.6.0213 (Print, photographic) image
339 1984.6.0214 Print, photographic Landscape photograph of village in the mountains. Village is visible to the left, with a prominent building in the middle of the image. Pathway leads into the village, with a man standing near the where the path dissappears. Mountains are visible in the background. " Mountains of France" handwritten in black ink on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Hard to read text, possibly "P1253" underlined with a symbol beneath it handwritten in pencil on back of print. Print has uneven white border. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0214 (Print, photographic) image
340 1984.6.0216 Print, photographic Photograph depicts eleven soldiers standing in front of a train. "General Petain and General Pershing somewhere in France." typed in black ink on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." and " PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIALFROM PICTORIAL PRESS 220 WEST 42ND ST., N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "OX-29" and an illegible symbol, possible an 8, handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0216 (Print, photographic) image
341 1984.6.0217 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two people, a man and a woman, in front of bombed out church. There is a large pile of fubble on the right of the image. "Mrs. Vincent Asher- in a ruined church- Aisne district." written in pencil on the back. Writing is illegible enough that the name Asher had to be assumed. "PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIAL FROM PICTORIAL PRESS 220 WEST 42ND ST., N.Y." and "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Illegible text that looks like a series of letters and numbers and a symbol, possibly "D4642" written in pencil on back of print. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0217 (Print, photographic) image
342 1984.6.0218 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of men working on vehicle frames in a production Plant. They are possibly military transport vehicles. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "P897" is written and underlined in pencil with illegible text below the line. The top right and lower left corners are folded over. There are several small tears along the edges. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0218 (Print, photographic) image
343 1984.6.0225 Print, photographic Photograph of 8 French officers outside of a building with two doors. One door is open and is marked 26. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "1188" handwritten in blue crayon on back of print. Hard to read text, possibly "T 2601" and an illegible symbol handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0225 (Print, photographic) image
344 1984.6.0227 Print, photographic Photograph of the damage done to a church in the aftermath of WWI. "CL 22" and "9" or illegible symbol, and "2228" handwritten in pencil on back of print. "L22" is handwritten in black ink on back of print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y.: stamped in blue ink on back of print. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0227 (Print, photographic) image
345 1984.6.0228 Print, photographic Photograph of two soldiers and an small aircraft. One man is standing beside the plane, and the other is sitting in the cockpit. The plane bears a symbol that looks like a 9 and 2 combined. "Aisne-Aviation Camp" handwritten on the back of the photograph in pencil. "S. 3273" and "8" handwritten in pencil on back of print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0228 (Print, photographic) image
346 1984.6.0229 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a French officer outside with a building, possibly a house in the background. "u" or "n", "3822", and "11" or "17" handwritten in pencil on back of print. "943" handwritten in blue crayon on back of print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0229 (Print, photographic) image
347 1984.6.0230 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two men speaking, presumably a French soldier and an American soldier, on a dock. There are two men in the background. Some handwritten, illegible text is visible on the lower right corner of the image, perhaps written on the original film or on the print during developing with a chemical. On the back of the print, "Geril Seibert who accompanied the troops to France at a French dock" is handwritten in pencil. This sentence is also crossed out in pencil. Two more words are written in pencil, perhaps a signature, but are illegible. "3372" is handwritten in blue crayon on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." and "PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIAL FROM PICTORIAL PRESS, N.Y." are stamped in blue ink on back of the print. This print was double exposed, either when shooting the film or in the darkroom. A faint image of men (soldiers?) in front of a train is visible in the white space of the dock image. 1984.6.0230 (Print, photographic) image
348 1984.6.0231 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicting a landscape of buildings sitting outside a stone fort wall. A large fortification tower is partially visible to the left. A second stone wall protects the houses built along the lower part of the hill. "1802" was written in the top left of the image during the developing process. Illegible text in lower right of image possibly reads " 86v8" (mirrored?), handwritten during developing process. "Saloniki: View of Northern front" is written on the back of the print in pencil. Possibly meant Solonika, Greece. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "V1802 g" handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. 1984.6.0231 (Print, photographic) image
349 1984.6.0232 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicts the Swiss Army camped out in the shadow of a rocky hill. Stone huts are visible to the left of the image. A board bridge crosses a wide stream that flows from the back to the front of the image. Four soldiers are visible. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "K6042 g" handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. 1984.6.0232 (Print, photographic) image
350 1984.6.0233 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of damage to the Grand Hotel Du Lion D'Or. There is some damage to the roof and to the right of the doorway, exposing the rock beneath. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "y 2373 U" handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War 1. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0233 (Print, photographic) image
351 1984.6.0235 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two large vehicles parked in front of the Abattoir Municipal building. A man is standing to the right of the vehicles. The building has some broken glass. "Soissons. Automobiles filled with meat ready to leave the slaughter house for the front." is typed in black ink on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." and "PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIAL FROM PICTORIAL PRESS, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. "4300" handwritten in blue crayon on back of print. "Lo 74" and an illegible symbol handwritten in pencil on back of print. World War I. 1984.6.0235 (Print, photographic) image
352 1984.6.0236 Print, photographic Photograph depicts three soldiers in the trenches. One is sitting down, and another is helping a wounded man. His face is covered with gauze or bandages of some sort. "Balcon Region. A French soldier helping a wounded Sengalese soldier." is typed on the back in black ink. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. " W 1306" underlined in pencil with a T or 7 written below and " 38" handwritten text in pencil on back of print. World War I. Color: BK,WH 1984.6.0236 (Print, photographic) image
353 1984.6.0237 Print, photographic Photograph depicts a group of nicely dressed men and women standing on a sidewalk on a city street. A line of cars are parked along the side of the road to the right. "Soissons. The army theatre. A theatrical troop leaving for the theatre." is typed on the back in black ink. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y." stamped in blue ink on back of print. Hard to read text, possibly "S. 3235" and "8" handwritten in pencil on back of print. "2373" handwritten in pencil on back o print. World War I. Color: BK, WH 1984.6.0237 (Print, photographic) image
354 1984.6.0275 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of soldiers on the front. Four soldiers are walking down a hillside. The ground looks like rubble and the trees have been stripped of most of their branches. Most likely from World War I. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET. N.Y." stamped on back of print in blue. "W 1386 4" written on the back of print in pencil. 1984.6.0275 (Print, photographic) image
355 1984.6.0294 Print, photographic Black and white photograph. "Oise. Tracy le Val. Flowers climbing around the German wire entanglements." typed on the back of the photograph. Vines growing over German entanglements in WWI. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET. N.Y." and "PICTORIAL PRESS 2009 CANDLER BLDG. 220 WEST 42TH STREET" stamped in blue on back of print. Illegible writing in pencil on back of print as well. Small chunks of the photo have been torn off on the top right and lower left side of the image. 1984.6.0294 (Print, photographic) image
356 1984.6.0295 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicts a soldier kneeling in tall grass with a gun, peering over a small hill. A standing soldier is partly visible to the right. World War I. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N. Y." stamped in dark blue on the back of the print. Handwritten text in pencil on back of print "S 2820 g". 1984.6.0295 (Print, photographic) image
357 1984.6.0296 Print, photographic Aerial photograph of city of Amiens, evacuated March 1918. Large cathedral is in center of photo. In black ink on back of print "Evacuated completely March 1918", "Rheims" with lines through it, and "Amiens". "March 1918" is underlined. Black and with photo print with black border. 1984.6.0296 (Print, photographic) image
358 1984.6.0297 Print, photographic Photograph that depicts an overhead view of a trench battlefield. You can see soldiers walking through trenches to the right. This photograph depicts the beginning of the Battle of the Somme between the French and the British in 1916. This battle was one of the worst in WWI history, with 420,000 casualties on the British side and 200,000 casualties on the French side. The battle lasted from July-November 1916. "Beginning of attack in Somme valley" written on the back of the print in black ink. Black and white photo print with black border. 1984.6.0297 (Print, photographic) image
359 1984.6.0299 Print, photographic "under certain fire advancing toward german lines" written in black ink on the back of the photo. Photograph depicts soldiers in a field with a few trees, trenches and gun/gas smoke. Photo taken during WWI. Black and white photo print with black border. 1984.6.0299 (Print, photographic) image
360 1984.6.0300 Print, photographic "A gas attack put on by the French" written on the back of the print in black ink. Photograph depicts an aerial view of a gas and flame attack in Flanders, Belgium on German trenches on January 1, 1917. WWI. Black and white photo print with black border. 1984.6.0300 (Print, photographic) image
361 1984.6.0304 Print, photographic 7 stripped, square tents on platforms set in wooded area. Lake Geneva; Back has written in pencil "Lake Geneva" and "Lake Front Row". Black and white photo print with wide, white, ornate border. 1984.6.0304 (Print, photographic) image
362 1984.6.0317 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of supplies arriving by train in Col du Bonhomme, a mountain pass in France, during World War I. Soldiers and other men are present in the photo, as well as a stable and a horse. The remainder of snow is on the ground. "Col. du bonhomme. Arrival of supplies by the railroad." typed on the back of print. Stamped in blue ink on back of print "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N.Y.". Handwritten text on back of print in pencil "W269" and symbol that looks like a q. Handwritten text in blue crayon "1899". 1984.6.0317 (Print, photographic) image
363 1984.6.0318 Print, photographic Black and white photograph depicts a group of seven soldiers waiting to get their hair cut by a barber. One man is sitting in a chair with a cloth tied around him, in the process of getting his hair cut. World War I. "The camp barber is a very busy man." is typed in black ink on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N. Y." and "PICTORIAL PRESS 2009 CANDLER BLDG. 220 WEST 42TH STREET" stamped in dark blue on the back of the print. Handwritten text in pencil on back of print looks like "go-U15". 1984.6.0318 (Print, photographic) image
364 1984.6.0322 Print, photographic Black and white photographic print of American soldiers learning to throw hand grenades in France during World War I. "American soldiers learning to throw hand grenades somewhere in France." typed in black ink on the back of the print. "FRENCH PICTORIAL SERVICE, 220 WEST 42ND STREET, N. Y." and "PLEASE CREDIT FRENCH-OFFICIAL FROM PICTORIAL PRESS 220 WEST 42ND ST., N. Y." stamped on the back of the print in dark blue. Handwritten text in pencil on back of print in cursive looks like "L Qbbr". Text is underlined with "19" below line. 1984.6.0322 (Print, photographic) image
365 1985.12 Switchboard World War Two Japanese portable field communications switchboard.
366 1988.8.0006C Pin National defence service medal with dual pins on backside.
367 1989.43.0004 Metal fragment Shrapnel.
368 1989.43.0021 Bayonet Bayonet, sword.
369 1989.43.0022 Bayonet Bayonet, sword.
370 1989.43.0027 Button WWl. Has an eagle on front grasping wheat and arrows. The eagle has a shield over his chest and is encircled by small stars.
371 1989.43.0028 Button From a WW I German officer. Has the image of a corwn on the front. The back says "HOCHFEINE QUALITAT A & S".
372 1989.43.0031a Dagger Nazi dagger with an 8 1/2" blade which says "Ulles fur Deutschland" across its face and "CHRISTIANSERK SOLINGEN" on it back in a small football shape and encircling the picture of a fork. Red-colored wooden handle attached to two pieces of metal on either end. There is a metal figure of an eagle with its wings spread and perched on a wreath with a swastika in its center, pressed into the handle. There is also another metal symbol pressed into the wood towards the butt end of the handle.
373 1989.43.0031b sheath  The sheath is metal and painted black. Metal clip attached to the sheath which in turn is bolted to a piece of looped leather. 
374 1989.43.0035 Sight Italian gun sight found south of Tunis, Tunisia. Markings include "LP.R.E, Millesimi Convenzionali, S.A. Microtecnica, Ma. 11576. 1989.43.0035 (Sight) image
375 1989.43.0444 Metal fragment Metal piece from Japanese plane, Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941. Jagged edges.
376 1989.43.0573 Case, gun For Colt revolver.
377 1989.43.0721 Horseshoe From Confederate officer's horse. a and b.
378 1989.43.0757 Box, ammunition Has pieces of ZnCO4 inside.
379 1989.43.0758 Medal For "Good Conduct" and "Efficiency - Honor fidelity." round, gold, and has a picture of an eagle on the front and a star on the back. Red ribbon with white stripes on the sides.
380 1989.43.0759 Insignia, military Yellow bar. Has red, white, and blue stripes on the sides. Rectangular.
381 1989.43.0760 Insignia, military Gold, rectangular, dull and curved on the sides. a. - d. (within same bag)
382 1989.43.0761 Insignia, military Gold, rectangular, very shiny, with designs on the back.
383 1989.43.0762 Insignia, military Used for the Air Force. Has bird wings and in the middle a propeller. On the back there are two points, one one each wing. a - d.
384 1989.43.0763 Box, tackle "US Govenment emergency fishing kit instructions." used for military; includes hooks and lines.
385 1989.43.0764 Buckle "USA". Little hook in the back.
386 1989.43.0766 Bullet Twenty-eight bullets from the battlefield at Kenesaw Mt., Georgia. 19 3 ring minnie balls excluding one strange shaped. 3 cleaning rounds. 1 Rovsible Carliene round and 5 deformed. June 27, 1864. a. - ab;
387 1989.43.0767 Bullet, paper Paper bullets used by the Americans during the Spanish - American War for training purposes. Originally thought to be a a poison bullet used by Spanish. More research suggests otherwise. Powder used in the sabot falling out. 1989.43.0767 (Bullet, paper) image
388 1989.43.0768 Bullet Found in the battlefield at Broken Wagon Wheel near Fort Kearney, Wyoming. 1989.43.0768 (Bullet) image
389 1989.43.0769 Bullet Found in field west Parnesielf and northeast of Latenami. Dented on one side. Color: GY
390 1989.43.0770 Bullet Caliber minie. Silver; three grooves. a. - b.
391 1989.43.0771 Bullet Used in the Civil War; 58 caliber minie, . Silver; grooves are closer together. a. - g.
392 1989.43.0772 Pin, military "1872 Insignia for the dress pith helmet. Taken in 1864 before Black Hills expedition." Gold eagle with a flag in its mount, "E. Pluribus Unum." a - d.
393 1989.43.0773 Pin, military Two cannons crossing; helmet pin.
394 1989.43.0774 Button, military Anchor and "CSN" on it.. Naval Button 1989.43.0774 (Button, military) image
395 1989.43.0775 Pin, military In the shape of 64.
396 1989.43.0776 Pin, military Gold bugle.
397 1989.43.0777 Pin, military Crossed swords.
398 1989.43.0801 Button "C.S.A." Confederate uniform button. Round.
399 1989.43.0802 Button "B"; gold.
400 1989.43.0819 Buckle Has a picture of the "U.S.S. Maine" which was destroyed on Feb. 15, 1898. 1989.43.0819 (Buckle) image
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