WORLD WAR I
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Description Model 1912 Officer's Tunic: olive drab wool; five darkened eagle buttons at front (one missing); four patch pockets on front with pointed flaps and small darkened bronze eagle buttons; officer's mohair trim on each cuff; Spanish Campaign ribbon pinned to left breast; shoulder tabs secured with small darkened bronze eagle buttons; shoulder tabs have gilt oak leaf major's insignia; interior lined with tan cotton; stand up collar with darkened bronze"US" with "NG" (National Guard) pins.

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 W-18 L-31 inches
Year Range from 1915
Event World War I
Year range to 1918
Made Eisner, Sigmund
Material Wool/Cotton/Bronze
Makers mark Sigmund Eisner
Object ID I01.1.3.9
Object Name Coat
Place of Origin Red Bank, NJ
People Marden, Walter A.
Carl, Ulysses Grant
Used Carl, Ulysses Grant/Marden, Walter A.
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