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Uniform gaiters | Spanish | The Met
This object was collected by Stewart Culin (1858-1929) during a collection expedition in 1922. Culin was the Brooklyn Museum's first Curator of Ethnology, serving from 1903 to 1929. Possessing an insatiable curiosity and appetite for collecting objects of all kinds, Culin conducted over twenty worldwide collecting expeditions between 1901 and 1928
406: BRITISH VICTORIAN ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY UNIFORM - Oct 26, 2010 | Jackson's Auction in IA
A BRITISH VICTORIAN ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY LT. COLONEL'S JACKET, Busby and accoutrement group, circa 1890. Jacket of d... on Oct 26, 2010
72: IMPERIAL RUSSIAN HORSE GUARD OFFICER'S UNIFORM - Oct 26, 2010 | Jackson's Auction in IA
Back side view of an Imperial Russian Horse Guard Regiment officer's tunic or 'Koller', circa 1900. White boiled wool tunic with red cuffs and piping. Silver bullion braid mixed with orange and bordered in blue trim on collar, front and cuffs. Collar and cuffs also display silver bullion Litzen, those on the cuffs with gold double-headed eagle buttons. Complete with gold bullion fringed epaulettes faced in red with applied gold tone crown and cipher of Nicholas II.
276: The Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta - Oct 19, 2005 | Hermann Historica GmbH in Germany
the Grand Cross of Honour and Devotion Gold plated and enameled silver. Enamelled crown liner. On an agraf with troph... on Oct 19, 2005
This uniform belonged to Nurse Annie Young, who worked in North Berwick during the 1930s and 1940s. The collar, cuffs and belt would have provided extra protection for the uniform and were removable for easy cleaning. This nurses dress is made from blue cotton material. The removable collar and belt are made from celluloid, whilst the white cuffs are made from cotton material. This nurse's uniform would have been completed with a white cotton headscarf and a long white apron. Nurses uniforms…
CWMO-128 | The Civil War in Missouri
The Artifact Gallery was made possible by a generous gift from the William T. Kemper Foundation – Commerce Bank, Trustee. To receive details via e-mail about the website and exhibition, click here. Though not the only uniformed militia company in Missouri, the St. Louis Grays was the most famous in…
Military uniform | American | The Met
The language of the Naval Reserve Act of 1916 stated that among those eligible to serve were "all persons who may be capable of performing special useful service for coastal defense." That lack of specificity allowed for the enlistment of women, who began to join the service in 1917