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Description Model 1917 Officer's Service Coat: gabardine wool material; four patch pockets with pointed flaps and small eagle buttons; five brown eagle design buttons down the front; green cotton lining; composite buttons; stand-up collar; left shoulder has 82nd Division insignia "AA" (all American); 1 overseas stripe on left cuff; officer's mohair trim on cuffs. Maker's label on inside pocket, purple on white.

Edward William Ziebell was a clerk at Diamond Match Company in Oshkosh in 1916. In World War I he became a 2nd Lieutenant in the 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 82nd "All American" Division.
Dimensions W-16.5 L-30 inches
Year Range from 1917
Event World War I
Year range to 1919
Makers mark Society Brand Clothes/Mr___/Date___/Trade Mark Reg. U.S. Pat Office 1907
Object ID 6057-10
Object Name Coat
People Ziebell, Edward William
Used Ziebell, Edward William
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