Dress, Off-Duty, Winter, US Army Nurse Corps, Named
Scarce genuine WWII US Army Nurse Corps rayon winter dress, Olive Drab Shade No. 51, of the type introduced in April 1943. This one-piece, long-sleeved dress features buttoned shoulder tabs, a three-button front closure and a Conmar zipper on the left-hand side (in working order). The waistbelt is missing.
Excellent overall condition. Name Frost and serial number N-162751 have been handwritten on the tailor's label, while laundry number F-2751 has been inked in the collar. The original 4th Service Command shoulder sleeve insignia is still present.
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