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Collection Tier:
Tier 2

Clothing Accessories
Clothing and Accessories
Men's Clothing
Headwear
Uniforms
World War II ➔ Military Cap

Identifier:
1985.112.1
Description:
This combination cap, sometimes referred to as a combination cover, is from the United States Navy Reserve of the United States Navy. It was worn by  Captain Kenneth James Barclay during World War II.

This combination cap is made of white cotton and features the officer's crest on the front. It has a gold chinstrap attached by gold buttons as well as fretting, also known as 'scrambled eggs', on the visor. 
Date:
circa 1943
Materials:
Cotton
Dimensions:
5.5" h 10.25"" w
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Source:
Gift Of Kenneth James Barclay
Makers/Donors
A. G. Meier And Company

Kenneth James Barclay
Kenneth James Barclay served as a captain in the United States Navy Reserve during World War II.

United States Navy Reserve
The United States Navy Reserve, also known as USNR, was founded in 1915 as the United States Naval Reserve. It is a service branch of the United States Navy that specializes in providing strategic depth and operational capabilities. The USNR works to aid the Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Forces in the full range of military operations from peace to war. In 2005 the name was changed to the United States Navy Reserve. 
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