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176 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
177 1969.33.0002 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph of Tojo in isolated hospital bed of U. S. Army Hospital."Tojo, supreme commander of all Japanese Forces in World War II (air, sea, +land) in U.S. army hospital after he tried to commit hari-kiri 1 week after Jap. defear, after American troops landed. 143 Field hospital, Yokohama. Riggs was in army medical corps." written in black ink on back of print. Photo has an uneven white border. Original World War II photograph. Color: BK,WH

1969.33.0002 (Print, photographic) image
178 1969.33.0003 Print, photographic

Black and white photograph of a young Japanese girl in what appears to be a classroom, book opened before her. Japanese characters written in pencil on reverse. This photo found by Dixon Riggs (U.N.I biol-prof.) on body of dead Japanese soldier, World War II." written in black ink on back of photo. Color: BK,WH

1969.33.0003 (Print, photographic) image
179 1969.33.0004a 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.

180 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. 

181 1969.33.0005a 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

182 1969.33.0005b 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

183 1969.33.0006 Medal

With two bars, from the Asiatic Pacific Campaign. Ribbon is yellow with (left to right) white, red, white; blue,white, red; white red, white stripes. a. The medal. On the front a palm tree, 3 ships , 3 planes, soldiers unloading from pontoon, 2 soldiers are plainly visible in foreground. Across the top these words, "Asiatic Pacific Campaign". On the back, an eagle, the dates 1941-1945 and the words, "United States of America." b. Bar with two small stars. c. Bar. Issued between December 07, 1941 and March 02, 1946 for military service in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. Stars on ribbon denote combat in official campaigns of the Pacific Theater.

184 1969.33.0007 Medal

With two bars, from World War II. Ribbon is maroon with violet, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, white stripes on either side. a. The medal. On the front, the goddess Athena holds the pieces of a broken sword and these words, "World War II". On the back a piece of laurel and these words, "Freedom from fear and want. Freedom of speech and religion." Around the edge, "United States of America, 1941-1945." b. Bar. c. Bar.

185 1969.39.0030 Bag, money

Patented July 14, 1914. Two compartments, one with two snaps, the other with three.

186 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.

187 1970.0026 Uniform

Iowa National Guard, 53rd Infantry Division. Belonged to Major Robert L. Fisher. a. Jacket, tunic style cut; dark blue wool with black braid around the collar, down the front, and around the bottom edge. Button front closing is concealed by the braid. Shoulder boards, silver wire trimmed edge, double silver oak leaf design (major's insignia), light blue felt background; brass collar insignia on both collars, crossed rifles (infantry), "53" (53rd Infantry Regiment), "IA" (Iowa National Guard); black plastic front buttons & black metal hooks; b. Trousers, U. S. Army & National Guard officer's issue, Spanish-American War (1898) era; blue wool material; 1 3/4' wide white stripe on outer sides of pants legs (denotes officer standing); metal buttons on front closure; suspender buttons at waist; trousers tuck into marching boots; c. & d. Boots, U. S. Army & National Guard officer's issue; Spanish American War ( 1898) era; mid-calf height marching boots; blue canvas tops, white canvas edging, multi-colored boot pulls; brown leather uppers; leather soles & heels. c. Right boot; d. Left boot. Color: BL

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188 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.

189 1970.12.0001 Jacket

World War II Naval Reserve officer's dress issue uniform. Dark navy blue (black) wool material; double-breasted with six gold-plated eagle embossed buttons, slash left breast pocket & side waist pockets; three (3) 1/2" gold brocade stripes & single star on sleeve cuffs; three (3) 1/2" gold brocade stripes & gold metal star on removable shoulder boards; six (6) ribbons on two ribbon bars above left breast pocket, top bar:_____bar, World War Ii service bar, & Mediterranean Theatre bar; lower bar: Victory bar (with star), Army of Occupation bar (Germany) & American Theatre bar; black satin lining; interior right pocket, label, "Bremer's, Iowa City". Worn by Dr. Paul F. Bender. a. Left shoulder board. Color: BL,ML

190 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.

191 1970.12.0006 Epaulet

Lieutentant Commander's. 3 gold stripes; black with gold button and gold star; stripes. A. left B. right

192 1970.12.0007 Epaulet

Lieutenant Commander; gray with 3 black stripes and a star.

193 1970.12.0007b Epaulet

Lieutenant Commander; gray with 3 black stripes and a star.

194 1970.13.0001 Patch, military

Iowa State Guard, 1940. Round with yellow Iowa map on blue back ground. The word "Iowa" is embroidered in blue on the map. "State Guard" is embroidered in yellow on the background.

195 1970.36.0039 Skirt

Woman's. U. S. Naval Reserve. Navy blue A-line. Color: BL

196 1970.36.0040 Skirt

Women's. U. S. Naval Reserve officer's World War II dress blue issue; navy blue wool material; A-line pattern; two blue plastic buttons & tab, and zipper at left side waist; interior label, "Women's Naval reserve", "Mary Stanhagen"; two front slash pockets. Color: BL

197 1970.36.0041 Blouse

U. S. Women's Naval Reserve officer's World War II issue; navy blue cotton material; four (4) blue plastic buttons on front; long sleeves; interior labels, "Women's Naval Reserve", "An Exclusive Bozart Custom Made Blouse, Size:14"; no pockets, or insignia. Color: BL

198 1970.36.0042 Blouse

Women's U. S. Naval Reserve officer's World War II issue; navy blue cotton material; four (4) blue plastic buttons on front; long sleeves; interior labels, "Women's Naval Reserve", "An Exclusive Bozart Custom Made Blouse, Size 14"; no pockets or insignia. Color: BL

199 1970.36.0043 Jacket

Women's. U. S. Naval Reserve officer's World War II dress blue issue; navy blue wool material; four (4) buttons are missing from front; flaps on breast, no pockets; 1/2" & 1/4" light blue knit bands on sleeve duffs, with light blue star cloth patch above (denotes rank of Lieutenant); Women's Naval Reserve insignia, white anchor & light blue propeller design cloth patch on collars; navy blue satin lining; interior side pockets; interior pocket label, white anchor & blue propeller design, embroidered, "Made and Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, U. S. Women's Naval Reserve"; right inside interior pocket label, "Women's Naval Reserve", "Mary Stanhagen". Color: BL

200 1970.36.0044 Jacket

Women's. U. S. Naval Reserve officer's World War II dress blue issue; navy blue wool material; four (4) gilt, eagle design buttons on front; flaps on breast ( no pockets); 1/2" & 1/4" light blue knit bands on sleeve cuffs, with light blue star cloth patch mounted above (denotes rank of Lieutenant); Women's Naval Reserve insignia, white anchor & light blue propeller design cloth patch, on collars; navy blue satin lining; interior side pockets; interior collar label, blue anchor & white propeller design, embroidered, "Made And Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, U. S. Women's Naval Reserve"; left interior pocket lable, "Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston"; inside left interior pocket, lavel, "Customed by Tailorbrooke", "Women's Naval Reserve, Mary L. Stanhagen". Color: BL,WH

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