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Collection Tier:
Tier 2

Clothing and Accessories
Women's Clothing
Uniforms
World War II ➔ Uniform

Identifier:
194574
Description:
This three-piece uniform is an American Red Cross uniform. It was worn by Beatrice Irene Stroup in Battle Creek, Michigan during World War II in the Grand Rapids Emergency First Aid of the American Red Cross.

The uniform is made of gray wool and is comprised of three pieces that include a jacket, skirt, and hat number 194575. It features an American Red Cross Motor Service patch on the proper left sleeve as well as a patch underneath that reads "Emergency First Aid, American Red Cross". There are three red bars on the cuff that represent three years of service. There is an A.R.C. insignia on each lapel and a service pin and ribbon on the left breast of the pocket.  The epaulets are green to represent the motor service of the American Red Cross. 
Date:
1939 – 1945
Materials:
Wool
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Source:
Gift Of Beatrice Irene Stroup
Rights:

Makers/Donors
Beatrice Irene Stroup
Beatrice Irene Stroup was a member of the American Red Cross and served in Battle Creek, Michigan during World War II. 

Beatrice Irene Stroup
Beatrice Irene Stroup was a member of the American Red Cross and served in Battle Creek, Michigan during World War II. 
Related Place
Grand Rapids
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