124-C8-3

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1 00.34.1.1.1 Pants U. S. Army officer's or enlisted man's World War II combat issue (type worn in the field under combat conditions; match combat shirt #70.36.101); olive green wool material; slash pockets on sides & rear; brown plastic buttons on front closure; belt loops; watch pocket on right waist; trousers are badly motheaten and soiled. Color: GR
2 00.34.1.1.2 Pants U. S. Army officer's World War II dress issue; heavy dark olive green wool material; slash side pockets, button flap rear pockets; watch pocket on right waist; zippered front closure; belt loops; interior waist band marked, "Bovee, 02002764"; trousers are badly torn & stained. Color: GR
3 00.34.1.1.3 Jacket U. S. Army officer's World War II dress issue; heavy dark olive drab wool material; gold plated eagle design buttons on front and pockets; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; 1/2" knit green band on sleeve cuffs (denotes officer standing); silver 1st. Lt. bars of rank pinned on both shoulder straps; officer's lapel insignia, Army Eagle gold plated pin, "U.S." pin; campaign ribons above left breast pocket, European Theater, with two gold battle stars for Normandy and Northern France actions; four gold bars cloth patch on lower left sleeve, denotes two years overseas service (each bar representing 6 months); shoulder patch on upper left sleeve, red, blue, yellow, & white cloth patch depicts large lightning bolt flanked by two yellow chains, with a blue star at center (denotes European Theater of Operations, Advanced Base) Color: GR, ML
4 00.34.1.2.7 Raincoat World War II. U. S. Army enlisted green overcoat, field issue. Button-down desing intended to seal off elements of harsh weather (I.e. rain, snow, wind). Coat appears to be sealed with some form of synthetic coating. Tape has been applied to some areas that are tearing/broken. Color: GR
5 00.34.1.2.8 Overcoat Y. M. C. A. overseas service of World War I issue; heavy dark green wool material; double breasted, ten (10) black plastic buttons at front large flap hip pockets; belted at rear; black satin lining; interior right pocket; inside right interior pocket label, "Marks Arnheim, Inc., Tailors and Importers, Broadway and Night St., New York", "H. R. Eells, April 27, 1928". Color: GR,BK
6 1969.16.1 Uniform Enlisted man's World War II field dress issue. a. Eisenhower style waist length jacket, olive green wool material; five (5) green plastic buttons at front; two button flap breast pockets; shoulder straps; metal adjustment slides at wiast sides; three (3) green chevrons & a single rocker bar on blue cloth patch (Technical Sergeant 3rd grade) on mid-sleeves; blue cloth patch, red arrow & white stars (Pacific Theatre of Operations) on upper left shoulder; four (4) yellow cloth bars on green patch on lower left sleeve (2 years overseas service); single green diagonal stripe (Federal Service) on lower left sleeve ( 2 years overseas service); single green diagonal stripe (Federal Service) on lower left sleeve; white cloth patch, red roundel center (37th Division) on upper right shoulder sleeve; green cloth diamond shaped patch, gold eagle design & wreath above right breast pocket ( discharge patch, "ruptured duck"); five (5) ribbon bars above left breast pocket; "U.S." on right lapel, medical insignia on left lapel. b. Pants, wool. Color: GR
7 1969.32 Uniform 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
8 1970.12.1 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
9 1970.12.4 Epaulet Commander's. Black with three gold stripes, a gold button and a gold star. World War II Naval Reserve. There are two of them; the one on the left shoulder is "a," the right shoulder is "b." Have been restitched. Color: BK,GD
10 1970.26 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 1970.26 (Uniform) image
11 1970.36.102 Shirt U. S. Army enlisted man's Korean War era summer dress issue; khaki tan cotton material; six (6) brown plastic buttons on front; left breast patch pocket; interior collar stamped, "0045-15 1/2 x 32, 8405-262-1514"; lower interior back stamped, "Shirts, Man's Cotton Poplin, Stand-Up-Collar, Spencer MFG. Co., Inc., QM 4773, 16 Nov. 1954 Spec. No. 141-3-30020, Pat. Date 22 Jan. 1954, PQMD". Size: Med. Color: KH,BR
12 1970.36.111 Pants U. S. Army officer's issue, possibly dating from the Spanish-American War, 1898; straight legs, heavy navy blue wool material; button front closure; 1/2" wide white stripe on outer side of each pant leg; slash side pockets, on rear pocket; attached adjustment belt & buckle in rear waist; metal suspender buttons at waist. Color: BL 1970.36.111 (Pants) image
13 1970.36.112 Pants U. S. Army officer's World War II combat issue; dark olive green wool material; brown buttons on front closure; slash side pockets; watch pocket at right waist; belt loops; brown suspender buttons on interior waist band; interior lining marked, "J. A. Burns". Color: GR,BR
14 1970.36.39 Skirt Woman's. U. S. Naval Reserve. Navy blue A-line. Color: BL
15 1970.36.40 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
16 1970.36.41 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
17 1970.36.42 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
18 1970.36.43 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
19 1970.36.47 Uniform German officer's. a. Hat. b. Jacket. Gray with forest green collar, cuffs and epaulets. Trimmed with yellow-gold piping with silver buttons down the front, on the epaulets, and on the cuffs. Each lapel is decorated with a yellow-gold and silver stripe. There are two sets of similar stripes on each cuff. On the epaulets there are buttons engraved with a number 7, and they are embroidered with the number 3. c. Pants. Gray with yellow-gold stripes running down the outside of each leg. Color: GY,GR,BK,YL 1970.36.47 (Uniform) image
20 1970.36.48 Jacket U. S. Navy (Naval Reserve?) officer's World War II issue; gray cotton material; black plastic buttons on front and pockets, eagle design in relief; shoulder loops for attachment of shoulder boards; no lining or interior pockets; four (4) button flap pockets; interior collar label, "Mirror Test Uniforms"; interior right side label, "Finchley, Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, New York". Color: GY,BK
21 1970.36.50 Coat U. S. Navy officer's World War II dress issue; heavy navy blue (black) wool material; double breasted; gold plated front buttons, U. S. Navy eagle design; upper left breast slash pocket, slash hip pockets; sword hanger opening in left side seam, directly above left hip pocket. Gold bullion brocade band and silver bullion brocade band on sleeve, denoting rank of navy Ensign; navy blue (black) satin lined interior sides; interior side pockets; right side pocket label, "Ship's Service Store, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, VA.; Color: BK
22 1970.36.51 Coat, uniform Jacket, U. S. Navy (Reserves, training???) officer's World War II issue; heavy dark green wool material; brass buttons on front & pockets; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; two (2) 1/2" wide black knit bands on sleeve cuffs, black star above (denotes rank of Lieutenant); interior dark green satin lining; interior right pocket label, "Regulation U. S. Navy Uniform". Color: GR
23 1970.36.52 Jacket U. S. Army officer's World War II dress issue; olive green wool whipcord material; gold plated buttons on front & pockets, eagle design in relief; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; 1/2" knit khaki cloth band on sleeves cuffs; interior neck label, khaki cotton cloth lining; interior left side pocket. Color: GR
24 1970.36.53 Jacket Jacket and hat, West Point U. S. Army Military Academy Cadet's parade dress issue. Jacket. Gray woolen jacket with three chevron braids on each cuff, and a round gold button in the middle of each. Across the front are eight braided "stripes", each punctuated with three round gold buttons. This same braid is on the collar and the tails of the jacket. Each tail has three chevron braids and three buttons and on the inner edge of each tail there is a row of three round gold buttons. b. Hat, 70.36.053b is in another location. Black felt body; black leather top, bill, & interior hat band; brass frotn plate, eagle clutching shield, inscribed, "Duty Honor Country, West Point MDCCCII, U. S. M. A."; brass side buttons, eagle design stamped, "Cadet, U. S. M. A."; black elastic chin strap; brass trim on bill edge; interior top stamped, "Cadet QM Dept. U. S. M. A.", with gold eagle design. Color: GY 1970.36.53 (Jacket) image
25 1970.36.54 Jacket Bush jacket style; U. S. Air Force enlisted man's field or fatigue issue, Vietnam War era - today; khaki-tan cotton material (tropical issue); five (5) tan plastic buttons on front; button flap breast pockets, large hip cargo pockets; shoulder straps; long pattern jacket; belt loops (no belt available); blue cloth patch (circle with wings), silver bar on each wing & silver star at center (denotes Airman 1st rating) on each sleeve; unlined; interior center back stamped, "P-0740"; interior right side label, "Jacket, Man's, Cotton, Tan, Tropical size 40L, Stock No. 8405-205-1116, Contract QM 6743, 0.1. 1391-C-56, Southern Athletic Co., Inc." Color: TN
26 1970.36.57 Uniform U. S. Army enlisted man's World War I issue; olive green wool material; tunic tyle collar; shoulder straps; brass metal buttons, eagle design in relief; four button flap pockets; bandsman's cloth embroidered patch, gold star, lyre, & laurel leaves on right sleeve; wire "overseas service" chevron on left sleeve cuff; red chevron on mid-left sleeve; clover leaf shaped blue velvet patch on left shoulder ( denotes 88th Infantry Division); metal collar disc insignia, lyre design, left collar; metal whistle and chain suspended from left shoulder strap; double ribbon bar above left breast pocket. a. Jacket, U. S. Army enlisted man's - World War I. b. Tan felt overseas cap, lyre insignia cloth patch on front. c. Chain & whistle. d. Metal collar insignia, lyre design. e. Ribbon bar, above left breast pocket. Color: GR 1970.36.57 (Uniform) image
27 1970.36.58 Jacket U. S. Army officer's, World War I; olive drab wool whipcord material; tunic collar, shoulder straps, button flap pockets; brown plastic buttons, U. S. eagle design; 1/2" gold strip on each sleeve cuff ( denotes officer's standing). Color: GR,GD 1970.36.58 (Jacket) image
28 1970.36.62 Coat Wide lapels and a three silver buttoned closure. Not a military uniform. Color: BK
29 1970.36.66 Uniform Shattuck Military School for Boys. a. Coat, light blue wool material; four (4) brass buttons on front, stamped, "Shattuck School, Faribault, Minne.", eagle design in relief; four (4) button flap pockets, brass buttons; shoulder straps & buttons; brass hooks at waist for attachment of belt; three (3) blue wool chevrons on black cloth patch sewn on left mid-sleeve; letter "R" & "C" written on right & left lapels; dark brown satin lining; interior right label, "Shattuck School, Faribault, Minn., Cadet Cornwall", embroidered school logo. Size: small. b. Trousers, button front, three (3) gray plastic buttons & slide; rear slash pockets, small watch pocket on right waist; blued metal suspender buttons on interior waist; interior stamped, "+33=, 10-35, 30 1/2-28 1/2-33, Cornwall"; trousers are slightly flared at cuffs; mothed & torn, good condition. Color: BL,GY
30 1970.36.68 Uniform U. S. Army enlisted man's World War II field dress issue; Eisenhower style waist length jacket, olive green wool material; five (5) green plastic buttons at front; two button flap breast pockets; shoulder straps; metal adjustment tabs at waist sides; Technical sergeant's 3rd Grade rank insignia, three green chevrons & two rocker bars on blue cloth patch, on mid-sleeves; cloth shoulder patch on upper left shoulder sleeve, depicts a green cactus against a golden sky (denotes the 103rd U. S. Infantry Division)' two interior side pockets; green cotton cloth lining. Size 36 XL. b. Trousers, U. S. Army enlisted man's World War II combat issue; light olive green wool; slash pockets on sides and rear; brown plastic buttons on front closure; belt loops. Color: GR,BR
31 1970.36.71 Uniform U. S. Air Force officer's dress issue, Veterans Administration insignia; khaki tan material. a. The coat. four (4) silver metal U. S. Air Force buttons on front; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; 1/2" khaki knit cloth band on sleeve cuffs (denotes officer's ranking"; silver "V.A." (Veterans Administration) lapel pins; light green satin lining on interior sides; interior right pocket; inside right interior pocket, label, "Approved By Headquarters, Air Materiel Command, USAF". Size: Med. b. Trousers, side slash pockets, button flap rear pockets, watch pocket on right waist; zippered front; belt loops; light green satin lining; interior label, "Approved By headquarters, Air Materiel Command USAF". Color: KH
32 1970.36.96 Pants U. S. Army enlisted man's Vietnam War era field or fatigue issue; olive geeen cotton material; button front closure, with five (5) green plastic buttons; slash side pockets, button flap rear pockets; adjustment tabs & buttons at waist; interior waist label, "Trousers, Men's, cotton Sateen, 8.5 oz. OG-107". Size: medium. Color: GR
33 1972.62.1 Coat U. S. Air Force Academy dress issue uniform. Blue wool material with a darker blue band around the bottom of each sleeve. Single breasted. There is a white star on a black circular background on the left sleeve near the bottom. The coat has 4 button down pockets and 4 silver U. S. Air Force buttons down the front of it. Shoulder loops for attaching of shoulder boards; no insignia; navy blue satin lining; interior right pocket label, "Globe Tailoring Co.," Cincinnati"; inside interior right pocket, label, "M. J. Keefe, 3254, 14270, (dated) 8-2-61, Globe Tailoring Co." Color: BL
34 1972.62.2 Pants U. S. Air Force Academy cadet's dress issue; to match jacket 72.62.001. Blue wool material; side and rear slash pockets; belt loops; slide & zippered front closure. Made by Hirsch Tyler Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania no. S-166. An inside tag lists the pants as belonging to Keefe, M. J., Serial No. 3254K. The pants were ordered October 1963. Color: BL
35 1972.62.3 Coat U. S. Air Force Academy formal dress issue; blue wool material; double breasted, twelve (12) silver metal U. S. Air Force buttons, waist length cut; shoulder loops for attaching of shoulder boards; 1" dark blue knit band on sleeve cuffs; tunic style stand-up collar; white cotton sleeve cuffs sewn in jacket cuffs; navy blue satin lining; interior left pocket label, "Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati"; inside interior pocket label, :"M.J. Keefe, 3254, 14270, (dated) 8-2-61, Globe Tailoring Co." Color: BL
36 1972.62.4 Pants U. S. Air Force Academy cadet's formal dress issue. Heavy blue wool material; one (1) interior right waist pocket; button & zippered front closure; interior pocket label, "M. J. Keefe, 3254, 70435, 12-27-61, Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, Contract Date: March 12, 1957, Contract No. AF05 (611)-136"; interior black plastic suspender buttons. Color: BL
37 1972.62.5 Pants U. S. Air Force Academy cadet's formal dress issue ( match jacket 72.62.003); white cotton material; one (1) interior right waist pocket; button & zippered front; no interior label. Size med.-reg. Color: WH
38 1975.25.1 Uniform Army enlisted man's & NCO's Vietnam War era combat-tropical issue; known as the jungle jacket; olive green rip-stop cotton poplin material. a. Jacket. Five (5) green plastic buttons on front; two (2) green plastic buttons on inteior of each pocket flap; two (2) button flap cargo breast pockets (slanted so as to be out of the way of pack straps); two (2) button flap cargo hip pockets; green cloth patch, four (4) embroidered black stars on right shoulder sleeve; name, "SERPICO", printed above right breast pocket; "U.S.Army", name tape above left breast pocket; black metal collar pin insignia, Master Sergeant; black metal combat badge above left breast pocket, framed musket mounted on floral wreath (awarded to combat veterans); green cloth patch on left shoulder sleeve, black embroidered, "Follow Me", black sword below; cloth arch patch on left shoulder, yellow & black embroidered, "RANGER" ( an elite combat unit) b. Faded green trousers, known as jungle pants; olive green rip-stop cotton poplin material; zippered front closure; slash side pockets, button flap rear pockets, large double button flap cargo pockets on legs; adjustment tabs & buckles on waist; drawstring bottom of pants cuffs, for blousing pants over combat boots. Interor label, "Trousers, Man's cotton Wind Resistant rRp-Stop Poplin, OG-107 Class 1, Trousers, Men's, combat, Tropical". Color: GR 1975.25.1 (Uniform) image
39 1975.25.3 Uniform U. S. Army summer issue. a. Khaki cotton shirt with short sleeves, plastic buttons, two flap chest pockets and sergeant stripes on both sleeves. Shirt has been drycleaned and is in nice condition. Vietnam War. b. Khaki cotton trousers with brown plastic buttons, flap pockets, and belt loops, but no belt. Metal clip & zipper front closure; slash side & rear pockets; belt loops; interior waist band stamped "P1657"; interior waist band label, "Trousers, Man's cotton, U. t., 8.2 oz. Khaki, Type 1, class 1, DSA 100-69-C-1380, 34 x 31". Inside and outside of waistband is marked "P1657". Vietnam War. Color: KH
40 1975.25.4 Uniform U. S. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue. a.Heavy blue wool dress jacket; four (4) silver metal air force buttons at front; four (4) button flap pockets; shoulder straps; blue cloth patches (circle with wings) three (3) silver bars on each wing, & a silver star at center, on sleeves; silver metal lapel pins, "U.S."; satin lining; interior right pocket; inside interior right pocket, label, "Coat, Man's, blue 1084, Specification Mi.-C-27438C (USAF)". b. Trousers, U. S. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue; heavy blue wool material; slash side & rear pockets; belt loops; interior waist band stamped, "J-8075"; interior label, "Trousers, Men's wool, Serge Blue 1084 (AF), Class 4, Type I". Size Md. - Reg. (short). c. Shirt, U. s. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War era dress issue; light blue cotton/polyester material; long sleeves; patch pocket on left breast six (6) white plastic buttons on front; interior collar label, "Shirt, Man's, Cotton/Polyester Broadcloth, Blue Shade 1550, Type I". d. Overseas or garrison cap, U. s. Air Force enlisted man's Vietnam War etra dress issue; blue wool/polyester material, dark blue piping on edge; undlined; interior label, "JUHL, C. L., 48162075, Cap, Garrison, Polyester/Wool Serge, Blue 1549, Mil-C-3261 B (USAF)". e. necktie, dark blue cotton/polyester material, slender tapered cut; unadorned. f. Web belt, heavy black cotton webbing material; detachable brass metal buckle; brass end tab. Color: BL
41 1975.43.1 Jacket Uniform jacket and badge, U. S. Army dress, Vietnam period. a. Jacket, dark green wool with silver metal army buttons at front and on all flap pockets. Jacket has two chest pockets and two large flap waist pockets. Both sleeves have sergeant stripes. The left sleeve also has the large yellow, red and blue triangular armor patch. The left lapel sports the silver metal "U.S." insignia, while the right lapel has the silver metal armor cavalry pin. Each shoulder strap has an oval silver badge with green designs, flaming torch and the words "This we'll defend." Above the right breast pocket is a black plastic name tag with the name "Koster." b. Expert marksmanship badge. Vietnam era. Color: GR
42 1980.1.1 Overcoat Mackinaw style, U. S. Army officer. a. Coat, olive drab wool; double breasted; cargo style side pockets, sleeve insignia. b. and c. Oak leaf shoulder insignia, brass painted gray pot metal; d. Belt, wool; plastic buttons. Color: KH
43 1980.1.2 Jacket U. S. Army M-38. W W II; khaki cotton; blue, yellow & red striped Replacement School Command sleeve patch; wool lining; interior front button flap marked, "21013-29"; collar and cuffs worn. Color: KH,RD,YL,BL
44 1980.1.5 Jacket U. S. Army officer's summer dress issue; lightweight khaki-tan cotton; button front, partial satin lining; interior right pocket. Color: KH
45 1980.1.6 Uniform U. S. Army officer's formal dress. a. Jacket, dark blue wool; four flap pockets; captain's shoulder epaulets, b. Trousers, light blue wool; slash side pockets; c. Suspenders, brown, green & white striped. Color: ML
46 1980.1.7 Breeches, riding U. S. Army officer's. heavy gray-brown wool material; double zippered and buttoned front flap; zippered lower leg closures; white leather reinforced inner legs; front pockets, watch pocket. Color: GY-BR
47 1980.2.4 Shirt U. S. Army enlisted; green cotton; private's insignia on sleeves; issued as a fatigue or work uniform. Color: GR
48 1980.2.5 Pants U. S. Army enlisted; green cotton, faded; button front; adjustment tabs and buttons at waist; slash side pockets, button flap rear pockets, tear in left front pocket. Color: GR
49 1981.27a Military Jacket World War I U. S. Army Infantry. Jacket Color: olive 1981.27a (Military Jacket) image
50 1981.27b Collar Insignia Pin A small round collar insignia pin with "U.S. 110" written on it.