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Cat. # Name Description
401 1990.44.0025 Bullet Three bands on the shank. Taller than the other bullets due to its elongated shank on its base. A few minor scars on its nose and the bands on its shank. Cleaning round.
402 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
403 1989.43.0838 Pin World War I service pin with a gold eagle and a red and white rectangle dangling with three blue stars in the middle. 1989.43.0838 (Pin) image
404 1993.42.0007 Pin, campaign With two brass pin backings set at each end, at back. Campaign colors follow in this order; red, white, blue, white, red, yellow, red, white, blue, white, and red.
405 1995.14.0018 Belt U. S. Army. Solid brass buckle on one end and brass tip approximatley 1/2" wide on the other end.
406 1970.47.5.16.0004 Bullet American Civil War era; lead projectile; trigrooved base, recessed bottom; type fired from caplock rifle. 1970.47.5.16.0004 (Bullet) image
407 00.34.1.5.0009 Spike Bent.
408 1989.43.0888 Wick Part of a lighter, wick. Orange cord with a metal holder on one side and a metal ball on the other.
409 1984.6.0046 Medal Y.M.C.A.
410 1969.33.0001 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Tojo in military uniform of Japanese Army, heavily decorated with medals & badges. "Tojo, Supreme commander of all Japanese Armed Forces during World War II (air, sea, +land. He gace this photo to Riggs, who cared for him in U.S. army hospital" written in black ink on back of photo. Print has white border. Color: BK,WH 1969.33.0001 (Print, photographic) image
411 1989.43.0759 Insignia, military Yellow bar. Has red, white, and blue stripes on the sides. Rectangular.
412 1971.41.0054 Button U. S. Army, green plastic with 2 holes and ridges on top.
413 2017-19-13A Sextant A metal sextant made by Lafayett Instruments INC. The sextant has a wooden handle, two relfecting mirrors and a bubble attachment. The sextant sits in a large wooden box with metal hook latches and a metal handle. A sticker that reads 'Yoder Instuments, East Plaestine, Ohio" is on the handle of the sextant and the top of the wooden box. A water mark on the side of the sextant reads "Sterling Die-Casting, Brooklyn, N.Y." A sticker that reads "Property of Iowa State Teachers College" sits on the metal arm of the sextant.  2017-19-13A (Sextant) image
414 00.34.1.7.0015 Medal St. Christopher. World War II era; silver plated brass medallion; profile on face, embossed figure on reverse; small loop on top.
415 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
416 1989.43.0840 Insignia, military "US Coat of Arms". Golden eagle and a banner that says "E Pluribus Unum".
417 00.70.0078 Grenade U. S. Army practice type of World War I & II; one piece cast steel body; cross-sectioned body; hole drilled in bottom & top side; no markings. 00.70.0078 (Grenade) image
418 1993.42.0009 Patch, military Division "1"; green with red "1" sewn on front. Supplement to the Hibbs (93.31) uniform; similar to insignia held by the Hibbs family but not original to uniforms.
419 1995.14.0020 Insignia, military U. S. Army. 2 artillery cannons approximately 1 1/2" long crossing each other; 2 brass clasps on the back of insignia. Field Artillery officer's collar pin.
420 00.31.11.4.101 Stereographic Library Box "World War through the Stereoscope" and "Tour of the World". Storage box for 100 stereographs made to look like two books. Slanted lid attached and lifts up from the back.
421 00.34.1.2.0005 Hat U. S. Army Officer's high peaked style World War II dress issue; olive green wool material; green knit exterior hat band; brown leather bill and chin strap; brass side buttons, eagle design; interior brown leather headband stamped; brown satin lining, brown plastic cover; exterior badly mothed. Size 7 1/8.
422 00.34.1.2.0010 Shirt U. S. Army enlisted man's World War I issue; khaki wool material; long sleeves, reinforcing patches at elbow; two (2) button flap breast pockets; button neck closure. Size medium. Color: KH 00.34.1.2.0010 (Shirt) image
423 00.34.1.2.0011 Hat YMCA Overseas service issue, World War I high peaked style. Olive green whipcord wool with brown visor and chin strap; black metal side buttons, and black metal eagle insignia on front peak; brown leather interior headband; khaki cotton lining; lining stamped, "Y.M.C.A. OVERSEAS HEADQUARTERS 347 Madison Ave., New York".
424 00.34.1.2.0033 Hat Cap, Spanish Army issue of the Spanish American War period. Brass side buttons embossed with crown & coat of arms design, lettered, "OP"; brown leather interior headband; white linen lining; lining stamped, "Manifattura Englese".
425 00.34.1.2.17 Leggings U. S. Army, World War II. a. Left legging; b. Right legging.
426 00.34.1.2.24 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army officer's World War II issue; black & gold braided piping on top edge; interior leather headband; khaki-tan satin lining; no markings or labels.
427 00.34.1.2.25 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army officer's World War II issue; black & yellow braided piping on top edge; interior brown leather headband; gold satin lining; interior label, "7 1/8, Govt. Standard, 100% Pure Wool".
428 00.34.1.2.26 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army Officer's World War II issue; black & gold braided piping on top edge; interior brown leather headband; khaki cloth lining; interior stamped, "MEDIUM". Color: KH,BK,BR,GD Summer Uniform, in the Us.S. and Europe. 1943-45
429 00.34.1.2.27 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army officer's World War II issue; black & gold braided piping on top edge; interior leather headband; khaki-tan satin lining; leather headband stamped, "J. COLLETT LTD., 7 1/8, 1943".
430 00.34.1.2.28 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army officer's World War II dress issue; dark olive green wool material; black & gold braided piping on top edge (denotes officer's standing)' interior leather headband; khaki-tan satin lining; leather headband stamped, "J. COLLET LTD. 7 1/8, 1943". Medium.
431 00.34.1.2.29 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army officer's World War II field issue; maroon & gold braided piping on top edge; interior green cloth headband; no lining; interior headband stamped, "4-27 2, 6022, Eugene C. Bovee 2", Size Medium.
432 00.34.1.2.30 Cap, Garrison YMCA overseas service of World War I (performed work similar to U. S. O.). Olive green wool material; "Y.M.C.A. OVERSEAS HEADQUARTERS, 347 Madison Ave., New York"; Color: GR 00.34.1.2.30 (Cap, Garrison) image
433 00.34.1.2.31 Puttee Wrap-around straps and metal belt hooks. Stitching binds different parts together as well as a bottom flap. (a) and (b).
434 00.34.1.2.32 Puttee U. S. Army officer's World War I issue; heavy (1/4" thick) brown leather; wrap-around style; leather straps at top & bottom; brass buckles & fittings; tapered at ankles. a. and b.
435 00.34.1.4.0001 Insignia, Shoulder Captain. American Civil War. Light blue with gold outline. a.left. b. right. Color: BL,GD 00.34.1.4.0001 (Insignia, Shoulder) image
436 00.34.1.4.0004b Patch, military U. S. Army World War II issue; embroidered cotton thread, oval shape; olive green edging, central blue field, large red & yellow lightning bolt flanked by yellow chains, central five pointed blue star at top; a, b and c, Similar to a. and b., but early war issue; felt backing, smaller size, hand embroidered.; d. Lapel insignia. 
437 00.34.1.4.4A Patch U. S. Army World War II issue; embroidered cotton thread, oval shape; olive green edging, central blue field, large red & yellow lightning bolt flanked by yellow chains, central five pointed blue star at top; a, b and c, Similar to a. and b., but early war issue; felt backing, smaller size, hand embroidered.; d. Lapel insignia. 00.34.1.4.4A (Patch) image
438 00.34.1.5.0016A Pouch, shot Full exterior front flap; brass bottom knob, leather strap closure; rear leather belt loops; interior top flap, cushion fiber material attached; interior compartment to contain rifle & musket caps. Interior flap stamped, "W. C., St. Louis Mo. Sickle's Mfg. Co."
439 00.34.1.5.0018b Canteen cover Canteen cover, U. S. Army World War I issue); cavalry style with loops for shoulder strap instead of belt hooks; heavy tan cotton canvas web material; felt interior; double snap fasteners at top; web loops on sides & bottom; front stamped, "U. S."; interior top flap stamped, "1917". Used with canteen & cup. 00.34.1.5.0018b (Canteen cover) image
440 00.34.1.5.0019b Kit, mess  b. Plate, fits on top of frying pan; aluminum; divided double sections; triangular ring on back; no markings or stampings.
441 00.34.1.5.0019c Kit, mess c. Knife, fits inside mess kit; tapered sheet metal blade; black plastic handle, hole in end; handle stamped, "U.S., L.F.& Four parts. c., 1941" 
442 00.34.1.5.0019d Kit, mess d. Fork, fits inside mess kit; aluminum; broad handle, hole in end; handle stamped, "U.S." 
443 00.34.1.5.0019e Kit, mess e. Spoon, fits inside mess kit; aluminum; large deep bowl; broad handle, hole in end; handle stamped, "U.S.". Handle locks kit together. 
444 00.34.1.5.0023b Soap Saltwater type. U. S. Army World War II issue. Stamped "New York". Oval soap
445 00.34.1.5.0024 Tag, identification "Eugene Bovee" a. and b. 00.34.1.5.0024 (Tag, identification) image
446 00.34.1.5.10 Key Iron jail key, large double finger loop; notched end piece.
447 00.34.1.6.0011b bullet, round b. Bullet, round
448 00.34.1.6.0011c bullet  c. Bullet, odd-shaped; teeth marks? plus two unnumbered fragments.
449 00.34.1.7.0020 Book World War II song book written in German. 00.34.1.7.0020 (Book) image
450 00.34.1.7.0021 Book World War II Pocket book novel taken from a German captured in a bombed railway station in Briquebec, Normandy, France, July 1944. 00.34.1.7.0021 (Book) image
451 00.34.1.7.0023 Tombstone French issue grave marker; tin, pleated surface; red, white & blue painted roundel; suspended rectangular metal name plate; metal strips below, having a ribbon-like appearance.
452 00.38.2.6.0007 Pin Oval shaped pin with portrait of mustached gentleman. 00.38.2.6.0007 (Pin) image
453 00.70.0058a Machete Machete a. Metal machete with riveted handle and leather scabbard with metal tip riveted ban around top. Blade has "No. 1005" engraved near handle.
454 00.70.0059b Knife Sheath (steel case); one side split open.
455 00.70.0071 Flask, shot Relief floral leaf design & wildlife scene, pear shaped, side stitching; brass metal spout & neck, side screw, slotted for hinged stopper & measure Measurement marks "1 1/2", "1 1/4". Color: BR
456 00.70.0072a Bullet Six pieces a-f No. 24-8 Bullets and Grapeshot Found: Port Hudson Presented by: M.F. Arey
457 00.70.0072b Bullet Six pieces a-f No. 24-8 Bullets and Grapeshot Found: Port Hudson Presented by: M.F. Arey
458 00.70.0072c Bullet Six pieces a-f No. 24-8 Bullets and Grapeshot Found: Port Hudson Presented by: M.F. Arey
459 00.70.0072f Bullet Six pieces a-f No. 24-8 Bullets and Grapeshot Found: Port Hudson Presented by: M.F. Arey
460 00.70.0077 Grenade World War I practice grenade. 00.70.0077 (Grenade) image
461 00.70.0079 Grenade French hand grenade WWII Fragmentation type; black painted steel body; egg shape; cross-sectioned body; hole in top & bottom, grenade being completely inert; smooth tapered neck. Color: BK April 1942 00.70.0079 (Grenade) image
462 00.70.0089b Bullet Bullets and shot from the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, Tennessee.
463 00.70.0089c Bullet Bullets and shot from the Lookout Mountain Battlefield, Tennessee.
464 00.70.107 Machine Gun German MG-08 Maxim machine gun; standard German trench weapon of World War I, used to a limited degree during World War II; blued receiver and rear areas; green painted finish on water cooling jacket; twin wooden pistol grips; adjustable rear sight; scope mount on rear left side (no scope); receiver (top of feed cover) milled, "47040, MG-08, D. W. M. (Deutsche Waffen & Munitionsfabriken German Weapons & Ammunitions Manufacturer), Berlin, 1918"; German imperial crown proof marks on receiver & water cooling tank, 8mm. Sled mount, for mounting German MG-08 Maxim machine gun; steel construction; green painted finish; adjustable folding front legs, twin locking arms, hinged to rear sled plate; hinged top mounting bracket, winged nut; elevation mechanishm and hand wheel at rear; hinged metal accessory compartments on upper & lower rear areas; leather knee pads on lower rear legs; leather shoulder pads on interior of front legs; right front top of sled stamped, "AM 8699" (makers mark and No.); left front stamped, "18". 00.70.107 (Machine Gun) image
465 00.70.108 Lock Plate Lock plate frizzen for a Kentucky rifle made between about 1775 and 1830.
466 00.70.42 Gun, Musket Harpers Ferry flintlock (Musketoon - short version), caliber .69, dated 1825, wood stock marked, "AB", "ER", "VO"; trigger & guard assembly marked, "$"; steel barrel & fittings stamped with eagle's head & marked "V.P."; lockplate, hammer & pan assembly stamped, "Harpers Ferry, 1825", eagle, "U.S.", hammer stamped, "V.7.S.", flash pan (brass) stamped, "V.7.S"; pan cover (frizzen) stamped, "V.7.R."; brass barrel bands, side plate, & butt plate stamped, "4". a. Wood stock. b. Trigger 7 guard assembly; c. Steel barrel & fittings; d. Lockplate, hammer, & pan assembly; e. Front brass barrel band; f. Rear brass barrel band; g. Left side plate.
467 00.70.43A Gun, Rifle Sharps; percussion cap breechloading; American Civil War period; left side of frame stamped "C. Sharps, Sept. 12, 1848"; right side frame stamped "C. Sharps Pat. Oct. 5th, 1852", "R. S. Lawrence Pat. April 12th, 1859"; top of barrel stamped "Sharps Rifle Manufag. Co. Hartford, Conn." "New Model 1859"; sight base stamped "P. S. Lawrence patented Feb. 15th 1859"; serial no. "37598" stamped on rear butt strap. a. Rifle; 00.70.43A (Gun, Rifle) image
468 00.70.43B Bayonet Bayonet for a Sharps breechloading musket. Manufactured by Ames MFG Company in Chicopee Massachesetts. Date on Bayonet is 1860. 00.70.43B (Bayonet) image
469 00.70.44 Gun, Rifle Springfield 45/70 caliber Trapdoor rifle: center-fire breechloader, U.S. Army issue Model 1884; light walnut wood stock; deep blued barrel & metal fittings; metal butt-plate stamped "U.S."; metal side-plate stamped with American Eagle, "U.S. Springfield"; trapdoor breech & barrel assembly stamped "U.S. Model 1884", & Serial No. "485789". a. Metal buttplate; b. Trigger & trigger guard assembly; c. Metal sideplate; d. Hammer; e. Trapdoor (breech) & barrel assembly (tapered barrel); f. Graduated rear sight (adjustable rear sight); g. Metal cleaning rod (tapered); h. Light walnut wood stock ( tapered stock).
470 00.70.46 Gun, Musket Musket, Confederate (C.S.A.) caplock; walnut wood stock; brass furniture (buttplate, barrel bands, trigger - grard); tapered steel barrel, brass front sight, "V" notched rear-sight, stamped "Pulaski, T. C. S. A., 1861"; lock plate, engraved hunting scene, metal hammer. Decorated lockplate represents the recycling of parts done at the factory. Very Very Rare Newton Webb along with Thornton McLean and N.B. Zucarrello started the Pulaski Armory sometime in late 1860 or early 1861. They made between 300 and 600 weapons using new shop made barrels and purchased locks. They made the weapons until the Union overran Pulaski. At that time Mr. Webb allegedly hid the weapons that were completed in a cave spring on the north end of town. He then sold the weapons to whoever had the money to buy them. The Webb's may have been excommunicated from the Presbyterian church for selling some of the weapons to the Union but this is rumor and there is no verification to back up that claim. 00.70.46 (Gun, Musket) image
471 00.70.54 Flask, Shot Full of shots; excellent condition;
472 00.70.55 Flask, Powder Brass. Wood stopper; metal piece in wood.
473 00.70.81B Bullet Type used in close combat to inflict disabling wounds; hardwood (oak) hollow core bullet; copper or copper alloy shell casing, necked; shell base stamped, "P154-IXal-1-92"; live primer in base; used in K98K Mauser rifles, cal. 8mm (7.92mm). b. Metal shell casing.
474 00.70.82 Mold, Bullet For Sharps Rifle,; double movable handles similar to those of a pliers or wire cutter, steel construction; large block mold on end & cutter; handles stamped on obverse "Sharps Rifle Co., Bridgeport, Conn.", "Cal. 40", serial no. "155"; handle stamped on reverse "Old Reliable", serial no. "155". Used by Thomas Seerley's Father
475 00.70.83 Mold, Bullet Brass metal construction; pin hinged handles; approx. .45 cal. Top is rounded. Color: GD No. 24-7 Bullet Cast and used in the revolutionary war
476 00.70.84 Clip, Magazine Used with German models MG-34 & MG-42 machine guns; gray metal links (9) joined by spiraled wire; a cartridge would be placed in each link, the tapered end of the link snapping into the base of the shell. Color: GY Parts of German Machine-Gun clip picked up on the battlefield at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. July 1944. Donated by Eugene C. Bovee
477 00.70.85 Pad, horseshoe Synthetic rubber used to cushion the steel shoes of German artillery horses during World War II; black rubber block; extremely hard, tough, and resilient. Color: BK Picked up near an over run artillery post near Bricquebec, Normandy, France
478 1969.0032D Uniform Hat Trousers and blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War II issue. a. Heavy navy blue trousers, wool; bell bottom cut; large button flap front closure, thirteen (13), anchor design, navy buttons; two (2) front waist slash pockets; lacing at center rear waist; blue cotton cloth lining; interior marked, "HEALEY". b. Middy blouse, navy blue (black) fine wool material; short waist style; yoke reinforcement at center chest; slash left breast pocket; left side zippered closure; rear neck flap, single white stripe on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; diamond shaped navy blue wool cloth patch, golden eagle design on upper right breast (denotes honorable discharge from U. S. Armed Forces); black satin lining; interior right zippered pocket; interior center back slash pocket; interior right label, "Joe the Navy Tailor, Uniforms A Specialty, Oakland, Calif."; blouse is not standard U. S. Navy issue, rather tailor made to order. c. Middy blouse, U. S. Navy enlisted man's World War I issue; heavy navy blue wool material; long waist style, drawstring bottom; reinforcement yoke at center chest; upper left breast slash pocket; rear neck flap; double (2) white stripes on sleeve cuffs; three (3) white stripes on all sides of neck flap; black plastic, anchor design, navy buttons (2) on cuffs; unlined interior; interior right button flap pocket; no rank insignia; d. Cap. Color: BL,BK,GD,TN
479 1969.33.0004b Medal For good conduct. Ribbon: maroon background with three white stripes on either side. a. The medal. On the front an eagle stands on a sword and book. Around them, these words, "Fidelity", "Efficiency", and "Honor". On the back, a star, a scroll surrounded by wreath of laurel and oak leaves, with these words, "For Good Conduct". b. The bar. 
480 1969.33.5B Medal From the American Campaign. Ribbon is blue with (left to right) white, black, red, white; blue, white, red; white, red, black, white stripes. a. The medal. On the front, a plane in flight, a ship coming to port and a sinking submarine. These words are across the top, "American Campaign." On the back, an eagle, the dates 1941-1945 and the words "United States of America." b. The bar. Issued between December 07, 1941 and March 02, 1946 for military service in the American Theater of Operations during WWII. Color: ML
481 1970.0015 Hat U. S. Army enlisted man's World War II dress issue. Olive green felt; high peaked style with brown leather band and bill. Brass side buttons, eagle design; brass disc & eagle insignia on front peak; gold satin lining. Label inside reads "The Gordonia Caps, Tailored for Style and Quality, Louisville, Kentucky". Brown leather interior headband.
482 1970.0046 Revolver, Gun Seven shot, .22 caliber; nickle finish; tip up revolver. S/N 107429; Pat. Apr. 8. 55; July 5. 55; Dec. 18, 60. Smith and Wesson Model 1 Issue 3.
483 1970.12.0003 Hat U. S. Naval Reserve officer's World War II issue; navy blue (black) wool material; black knit cloth exterior hat band; black felt visor, gold brocade chin strap above visor; gold brocade leaf insignia; gold brocade chin strap above visor; silver eagle & shield, crossed gold plated anchors insignia on peak; interior stamped, "THE VIKING, MADE ONLY BY HILBORN - HAMBURGER, INC., NEW YORK"; black satin lining. Size: 7.
484 1970.12.0007b Epaulet Lieutenant Commander; gray with 3 black stripes and a star.
485 1970.36.0114 Cap German Army infantry enlisted man's World War II issue field cap (feldmutze); gray-green wool material; high peaked style with visor; fold-down ear flaps with double button strap; green cloth patch on front peak, gray eagle & swastika with black, white & red roundel (Nazi colors); blu-gray cloth lining; size 56 cm.
486 1970.36.0115 Hat Military style; black "felt" with square bill and purple and gold band. Cloth strap & brass ring hanger at rear of cap. Buttons on side of bill read "Patriarchs Military IOOF". Written in braid "IOWA 19".
487 1970.36.0116 Hat German police shaki ( helmet). Black hard leather. Metal crest on center front reads, "Mit gott far konig und vater land 1860", and in Latin "Suum Cuique". Air circulation holes on either side above temples. Metal posts extend outward above ears (presumably once holding a chin strap). Above metal crest is small notch for plume insert. Interior has brown scalloped leather section bound with string attached to circumference of helmet.
488 1970.36.113 Cap U. S. Navy enlisted man's standard issue; upright sides & dome top; heavy white cotton - canvas material; interior brim stamped, "Bean R. R." unlined; no interior markings; probably dates from the Second World War.
489 1970.36.45 Hat U. S. Women's Naval Reserve officer's World War II overseas issue; navy blue wool material; pleated top, fold-up sides; navy blue satin lining; interior right label, "Made and Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, W. A. V. E. S.", anchor & propeller design; interior left label, "Waves, R. L. Rombold Lt. j.g. (junior grade), #105. Lady's size 20 1/2.
490 1970.36.46 Hat U. S. Women's Naval Reserve officer's World War II dress issue; navy blue wool material; circular brim, folded on sides; exterior removable hat band & top; silver eagle & crossed gold anchors on front peak; interior navy blue satin lining; interior top label, "Made and Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, W.A.V.E.S., Mary L. Stanhagen Lt. j.g. (junior grade) #105. Lady's size: 22
491 1970.36.74 Cap, Garrison Boy's. The Fortress, a Berkshire product.
492 1970.36.76 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army; khaki tan wool material, red and white braided piping on top edge, interior brown leather headband; silver-gray satin lining; leather headband stamped, "V03324"; interior label, "100% wool. 7 1/8, Size 7 1/8. Color of piping denotes service in an artillery unit.
493 1970.36.78 Cap, Garrison U. S. Army World War II issue; brown drab fine wool material; red & white braided piping on top edge; interior brown leather headband; yellow satin lining; no markings or tags. Size 7 1/4.
494 1970.36.94 Helmet Liner. Dark green plastic on the outside, brown stripes on the inside. 1970.36.94 (Helmet) image
495 1970.36.95 Brodie Helmet World War 1 Mark 1 British brodie helmet. Main section of the helmet is made from pressed steel with a leather chin strap and padded with a cotton/wool blend.
496 1971.41.0002 Belt Sam Brown style. a. Belt. b. Strap, with brass fittings. c. Chain. d. Accessory strap to hold the chain. all attached
497 1971.41.0015 Puttee U. S. Army World War II. Khaki canvas, with heel strap and buckle; brass fittings. a. Right leg. b. Left leg.
498 1971.41.0016 Puttee U. S. Army World War II. Khaki canvas, with heel strap and buckle; brass fittings. a. Right leg. b. Left leg.
499 1971.41.0017 Puttee U. S. Army World War II. Khaki canvas, with heel strap and buckle; brass fittings. a. Right leg. b. Left leg.
500 1971.41.0020 Puttee U. S. Army. Heel strap and buckle; brass fittings. a. Right leg. b. Left leg. Color: KH
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