Military Textile Box 7

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1 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 (Jacket) image
2 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 1970.36.42 (Blouse) image
3 1970.36.44 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 1970.36.44 (Jacket) image
4 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 1970.36.48 (Jacket) image
5 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 1970.36.50 (Coat) image
6 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 1980.1.5 (Jacket) image
7 1993.9.2.1 Jacket US Army officer's jacket, wool. Has silver captain's bars and Signal Corps Insignia: crossing red & white flags with a torch in the center; one pin on each side. Airforce sleeve patch: on left sleeve, blue patch with gold wings and white star with a red circle in the center. Service stripes: on left sleeve (4) one for each 6 months of overseas service. Unit crest: blue & gray with hatchet; distinctive unit insignia. Four bars; top (blue); American campaign medal Dec. 7, 1941 - March 2, 1946; bottom (left to right): (yellow): American Defense Service medal (Sept. 8, 1939 - Dec. 7, 1941) (green) European-African -middle eastern campaign medal Dec. 7, 1941 - Nov. 8, 1945- each star represents a campaign. (red) WWII victory Dec. 7, 1941 - Dec. 31, 1946. Front 3 gold buttons down front and a brown one on the bottom; 4 pockets, each with a gold button. tapered in center with metal latches on sides. Gold border on bottom of sleeves. Purchased with commission money in 1942 for being accepted into Cadet School.
8 1995.14.5 Shirt U. S. Army dress shirt; oilive drab buttons on breast pickets, 6 olive drab buttons down the front, 2 on shoulders, 2 on wrists. Color: GR
9 1995.14.6 Necktie U. S. Army dress tie; gold stitching on back. Color: BR
10 2024-2-9A Trousers Navy uniform from World War II. Each number is a different part of this uniform. A) Navy uniform trousers in navy blue color. Name identification tag on the inside of the right front pocket has "JORDAN JW", "B603963", and "089" written on it. Size 28L and cleaning instructions on the tag as well. The back right side, front left side, and front right sides each have a pocket. These trousers have a lace-up back waistband for more expansion or constriction of the waist as needed. The front side has buttons in three lines instead of a front zipper. The right line of buttons has four buttonholes but is missing the bottom one. The left side has all four buttons and buttonholes. The top row has five buttons, the middle of which has another button above it that is in line with the actual waistband. All these buttons are black and decorated with the indentation of an anchor on them. Each pant leg has a 5-6 cm hem. 2024-2-9A (Trousers) image
11 2024-2-9B Jumper Navy uniform from World War II. Each number is a different part of this uniform. B) Navy undress jumper in navy blue color. The left chest pocket is visible from the outside. The right chest pocket is on the inside and has a button which is decorated with the indentation of an anchor on it. This hidden pocket is not visible from the outside. Horizontally across the chest and back is a seam. Square sailor's collar of the same fabric as the rest of the jumper. The uniform's tag is sewn on the back under this flap. This tag has the wearer's name ("JORDAN J.W."), his service number ("B-60-39-63"), and the number "089" written on. The tag says this uniform is size 36 and has cleaning information below. The sleeve has the Chief Commissary Steward (two keys leaned against each other and pointed downward) and Seaman Apprentice (two white angled lines) insignias. 2024-2-9B (Jumper) image
12 2024-2-9C Jumper Navy uniform from World War II. Each number is a different part of this uniform. C) Navy undress white jumper with sailor's collar. Pocket on the left chest. The right chest pocket is a false pocket and has no actual pocket on the outside. The right chest side has a buttoned pocket on the inside. Plain white in color for all of it except the patches. A patch on the left upper arm is two black slashes and signifies a Seaman 2nd Class. An additional patch is loosely affixed to the right chest with a white straight pin. This patch has two stripes, a flying eagle, and the symbol of the commissary commission, signifying a Storekeeper 2nd Class. Jumper is size 38 according to the label printed on the back bottom hem. Printed on the same inside hem is "JORDAN JW JR 089 B60 39 63". 2024-2-9C (Jumper) image
13 2024-2-9D Coat Navy uniform from World War II. Each number is a different part of this uniform. D) Navy uniform coat in navy blue color. A chest pocket on each side, both having a button which is decorated with the indentation of an anchor on it. Cuffs have a button and a gap allowing sleeve to be rolled up. Six buttons down the front. Tag indicates it was made by Sheraton Sportswear and is a size large. 2024-2-9D (Coat) image