Grouping, Nola Agricola, WAVES
Superb genuine WWII US Navy female personnel officer's groupin, which belonged to Lieutenant Junior Grade Nola Agricola. This amazing set is made up of the following items:
- her blue service dress jacket, complete with all buttons, insignias, name tags and labels;
- the matching brimmed hat, complete with US Navy ribbon and name tag;
- the matching side hat, complete with cap badge and name tag;
- two hat covers (a blue one and a seersucker one);
- a blue hood with labels;
- a black neckerchief.
A great and homogeneous set, in perfect condition -- no tear, no moth damage. Size of all hats: 21.
Nola Agricola was born on April 12, 1921 in Elwood, Utah and joined the WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) on August 31, 1943. She passed away on March 12, 2013.
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