Uniform, Military
Uniform, Military
Uniform, Military
Uniform, Military
Uniform, Military
Uniform, Military
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Uniform, Military


Accession number: UKC/81/059
Category: Main garment
Object type: Woman's
Date: 1939 – 1945
Materials: Fabric; Metal
Marks/Label: Label in back of neck of tunic "Eaton/Made/Clothes"
Group: Canadian
Military Unit: Canadian Red Cross Corps
Narrative: Worn by Miss Laleah Almon, ambulance driver with British Red Cross, W.W.II, see Accession Register.
Description: Canadian Red Cross Corps Woman's Officers Uniform: Khaki woolen cloth tunic with lapel collar (a) with shoulder straps with buttons; Each cuff has slit and two buttons; With two box pleat patch pockets with pointed flaps and buttons and two lower expanding pockets with flaps and buttons; With two belt hooks; Red Cross badge on left sleeve; Four brown leather Officers buttons down front; Centre vent at rear; Interior: Lined with khaki cloth; With a khaki woolen cloth A line skirt (b); With zip and button on left side and two slit pockets in front; Officer's
Manufacturer: T. Eaton Co. Ltd.