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[U.S. Army uniform]

a) U.S. Army officer's light tan summer wool Class A uniform blouse (jacket). Large regulation gold-color metal buttons with U.S. Seal in relief backed with small plastic buttons. Buttoned flap breast pockets with small regulation buttons. Large flap pockets with buttons below the waist. Light tan braid around sleeves 3in. above hem. Blouse fully lined and area which covers upper chest is quilted. Epaulets button down next to collar. Large white & brown label inside & above opening of inside flap pocket. Above this label on separate labels are the embroidered initials, "PH". Inside the pocket is a red/ white label with owner's name and a white manufacturing label. b) Light tan Army officer summer wool uniform trousers. Zipper and button closing. White label with red lettering inside waist and white manufacturing label. In addition to usual pockets there is also a watch pocket. A strip of non-slip fabric sewn inside waist.


Creation Date: ca. 1964

Catalog ID: 1981.51.3

Object Types: uniform, army

Dimensions: Length 34 in Note: a). Width 17 in Note: a)at shoulders. Sleeve length 26 in Note: a). Length 43.75 in Note: b). Waist 32 in Note: b). Inseam 32 in Note: b)

Related Subjects: uniform, army clothing, men's clothing, outerwear