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Image of Uniform, Military - 1991.064.01

Uniform, Military - 1991.064.01

US Army issue green camouflage shirt. Green with random black markings. Five buttons on front. Two breast pockets, one waist pocket on left side, one pocket on left sleeve, all buttoned. Buttoned cuffs.

Record Type: Object

Image of Uniform, Military - 1991.064.02

Uniform, Military - 1991.064.02

US Army issue green camouflage pants. Green with random black markings.Two back pockets, 2 front pockets, 2 cargo pockets, all with buttons. Zipper fly with button closure.

Record Type: Object

Image of Uniform, Military - 2009.015.041

Uniform, Military - 2009.015.041

Olive drab, cotton twill, lined with wool coveralls. Work pants. Front zipper and zipper under right arm for access to pockets. Tie closures at bottom of leg.

Record Type: Object

Image of Uniform, Military - 2016.fic.128

Uniform, Military - 2016.fic.128

West Point Military Academy cadet uniform hat. Grey wool crown. Black plastic visor and chin strap with brass buttons on the end with cadet USMA insignia. Front of hat has brass West Point insignia. Paper label on inside identifies the hat as belonging to Kirkegaard M -- Martin L. Kirkegaard, class of 1958 who lives in Washington State. The other side of the label appears to have a child's hand writing and says "David Dearman".

Record Type: Object

Image of Uniform, Sports - 2015.025.01

Uniform, Sports - 2015.025.01

Two piece mens black baseball or softball uniform with "Rubber Mills" as the name on the back is raised white lettering. The shirt has black, white, and orange trim along the neckline and short sleeve arm cuffs. The pants have a white and orange stripe down the side and white pockets at the back.

Record Type: Object

Image of Vest, Bulletproof - 1991.003.04

Vest, Bulletproof - 1991.003.04

Dunrite bullet proof vest sold by the Detective Publishing Company in the 1920's-1930's and possibly earlier. Worn by a police officer. Navy Blue wool with four pockets on the front, two on each side. Snaps at the top of the shoulders made it adjustable. Behind the metal plate, there is a tag which reads "Dunrite Bullet Proof Vest MF'D by The Detective Pub. Co. " Slide out bullet proof extension to protect an officers lower regions. Lead plates on ...

Record Type: Object