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Name U.S. Army

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Image of Booklet - Pocket Guide of Uniform Insignia

Booklet - Pocket Guide of Uniform Insignia

Booklet: "Pocket Guide of Uniform Insignia."

History, Oral -

Oral history interview with John Paul Knipp, Portland, Indiana.

Image of Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine: Yank / Continental Edition.

Image of Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine: Yank / Continental Edition.

Image of Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine - Yank, The Army Weekly

Magazine: Yank, Victory Edition, Continental Edition.

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History, Oral -

Oral history interview with David P. Harris, Muncie, Indiana.

History, Oral -

Oral history interview with Robert L. Rowe, Muncie, Indiana.

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History, Oral -

Oral history with Orval Williams, Muncie, Indiana.

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Material, Archival -

Archival materials from Leonard Bowers of New Castle, Indiana, that were given to the Muncie Children's Museum. Mr. Bowers was a soldier with the American Expeditionary Forces, Supply Co. 2 M.C. # 306. The materials in this collection reflect his military service overseas during World War I.

History, Oral -

Oral history interview with Robert P. Parsons.

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Material, Archival -

Materials relating to the Rench and Childs' families and World War II.

Image of Uniform, Military

Uniform, Military -

U.S. Army uniform made of khaki wool. The single-breasted jacket has a stand-up collar, a five button closure, and four patch and flap pockets. A band of gold braid trims the lower portion of each sleeve. There is a red ribbon on the left sleeve. The jodphur-style breeches are made of khaki wool and have a button fly. They have five pockets and beltloops at the waistline. The lower portion of the pant legs have a nine-button closure. The two white pique collars are ribbed. They have a large buttonhole through which the other end can be inserted. There is also a small buttonhole in the middle of the collar, possibly to secure the collar to a shirt. A - jacket - B - breeches, C & D

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Cap, Service -

World War I U.S. Army service cap with olive green wool crown. There is a wide band of fine gold cloth braiding above the body of the cap. The size 7 1/2 service cap also has a leather bill, leather chin strap, and black metal U.S. Army cap insignia.

Image of Legging

Legging -

This pair of U.S. Army leather leggings have a top strap and a long middle strap which encircles the leg and fastens at the ankle.

Image of Footlocker

Footlocker -

U. S. Army footlocker used by 1st Lt. Edmund Ferdinand Ball during World War II. The olive drab footlocker is made of plywood with metal stripping riveted along the corners and edge. There are leather handles on both sides, indicating it is an officer's footlocker. It is fitted with gold tone hinges, lock, corners and straps for the handles. There is a removable plywood tray inside for storing smaller items. An attached divider separates the tray into two compartments. The inside of the trunk and tray are covered in taupe fabric with an off-white diamond design. There is a dot in the center of each diamond. A - footlocker, B - tray

Image of Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic -

General Mark Clark and staff officers including Edmund F. Ball, reviewing troops. Drummers and two unsheared sheep are depicted.

Image of Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic -

General Mark Clark and staff officers with foreign dignitaries: 11289 - Edmund F. Ball is 4th from right, Gen. Mark Clark is 6th from right. 11290 - Gen. Mark Clark is seated on "left" closest to the steps. 11291 - Edmund F. Ball in civilian clothes and Gen. Mark Clark in uniform.

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Print, Photographic -

Herman __?__ in a military uniform. Written on the front: "To 'Chief' / with Kind Regards / from / Herman / 10/15/34."