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Minnesota Home Guard Motor Corps uniform
Minnesota Home Guard Motor Corps olive drab wool flannel uniform sack coat and service cap worn by Carl M. Stendal. The cotton twill lined coat (A) has four flap-type patch pockets, plain cuffs, a high standing band collar with "MINNESOTA HOME GUARD / MOTOR CORPS" and "MRG" collar discs, dull bronze Great Seal buttons, and a silver "SHARPSHOOTER" badge at the left breast dated "1919-21-22". The cotton lined service cap (B) has a leather visor and chin strap with a dull bronze "MINNESOTA HOME GUARD / MOTOR CORPS" disc on the crown.
Content Category: artifacts
29 1/2 inches length (1987.237.1.A, coat)
18 1/2 inches width (1987.237.1.A, coat, shoulder)
5 inches height (1987.237.1.B, hat)
10 inches diameter (1987.237.1.B, hat)
Issued by: Minnesota Home Guard, Motor Corps, Company A
Made in: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Owned/used by: Stendal, Carl M.
Retailed by: Maurice L. Rothschild & Co.
Used during: World War I
Used in: Minnesota, United States
Military. 1914-1918 (World War I). Clothing. Uniforms
Military. 1919-1938 (post-World War I). Clothing. Uniforms
Use: 1918 - 1922
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1987.237.1.A,B (Accession Number)