WORLD WAR I
Cap, Garrison

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Description Officer's Overseas Cap: olive drab gabardine wool; folding flaps on each side with sky-blue cording (infantry); silk lining; metal snap on top; gilded brass oak leaf (major); leather sweatband inside base of crown.

Probably used by either Major Ulysses Grant Carl or Major Walter A. Marden, both of whom served in the Spanish-American War and World War I in the 32nd Division.
Dimensions H-5 L-11 inches
Year Range from 1917
Event World War I
Year range to 1919
Material Wool/Silk/Leather/Brass/Gilt
Makers mark J. MAZER/FABRICANT/VICHY
Object ID I01.1.3.46
Object Name Cap, Garrison
Place of Origin France
People Carl, Ulysses Grant
Marden, Walter A.
Used Carl, Ulysses Grant/Marden, Walter A.
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