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Lions Club vest with patches
Lions Club vest with a range of patches collected by member Russell M. Corcoran. Corcoran, a deaf activist in Saint Paul, Minnesota, was a leader of the Saint Paul Metrodeaf Lions Club, the first deaf club in the organization's history. The yellow vest has purple trim and two patch pockets. A variety of pins and patches have been attached to the vest, including ones that highlight Corcoran's leadership in the Lions Club and participation in a range of other organizations, including the NRA and the American Athletic Association of the Deaf.
Content Category: artifacts
26 inches length
24 1/2 inches width
Used by: Corcoran, Russell Matthew
Used in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Clothing. Men's Special Purpose Clothing. Uniforms. Fraternal Organizations
Clothing. Men's Vests
Use: Approximately 1965 - 1981 (Dates on patches applied to vest.)
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
2015.21.2 (Accession Number)