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Marine Corps woman's uniform jumpsuit
United States Marine Corps woman's seersucker jumpsuit is made of light tan [no National Bureau of Standards color equivalent] cotton, and was worn by a member of the Women Marines. It has short sleeves, a flat shirt-type collar with a hole for an insignia on either side, an applied waistband, and a button closure front opening that is 52 centimeters in length. The front and back is gathered to a yoke, and there is a pair of pleats above the waistband on each side front and back. There are five darts below the rear waist and four in front. The leg openings are hemmed and each appears to have had a drawstring. The crotch has been slit across and resewn. A label at the back of the neck is marked "JULIETTE E. JERABEK". These were probably worn with overalls, ID Number 62.108.
Content Category: artifacts
52 centimeters length
Issued by: United States, Marine Corps
Owned/used by: Sutton, Juliette Eleanor
Used in: United States
Used in: World War II
World War, 1939-1945--Equipment and supplies
Military. 1939-1945 (World War II). Clothing. Uniforms
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63.84.3 (Accession Number)