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  1. Hello Ron C. Thank you for sharing. Very nice pics. I wonder if you care to share the name of the lady who used to own the jackets? Thanks, fraukriegbaum
  2. The ARC can use a purse/tote/bag made of cloth but should have the same color of their uniform. Most of this bags/tote are self made. The color of this tote matches the uniform of WWI American Red Cross Motor Corps 1916-1918 and this is rare. Mostly you see the Motor.Corps in gray. But yes, there is one with khaki color. The description on Ebay is correct. I said this because I had different purses made of cloth that matches their uniform.
  3. The ARC can use a purse/tote/bag made of cloth but should have the same color of their uniform. Most of this bags/tote are self made. The color of this tote matches the uniform of WWI American Red Cross Motor Corps 1916-1918 and this is rare. Mistly you see the Motor.Corps in gray. But yes, there is one with khaki color.
  4. Nice WWII ARC summer hat/visor. Tje armband is 48-54. The armband from WWII is oblong shape.
  5. The service bars and chevrons were embroidered in red. Overseas stripes were embroidered in silver.
  6. There is a guide to WWI-WWII ARC uniforms that came from the archive of ARC Washington D.C.
  7. Hi, The uniforms you have are WWII except the the unform with the patch ARC Service. Only the WWII ARC dress uniforms (jacket and skirt) of ARC have the patches and not the working unform. If you see this work dresses with the patch - they are post WWII Fraukriegbaum
  8. Very nice WWII uniforms and topcoat (1941-1942) of ARC Motor Corps. I can send you pdf of WWII ARC uniforms if you want. I also have WWI ARC. Let me know. )
  9. Author Gezzi who wrote "Journey Between Mountains" (the book is about Mary Hall- American Red Cross Welfare who served during WWII) came across the names of the Clubmobilers that served in WWII ETO while doing his researched to write his book. Everyone who is interested to see the list of the names of the Clubmobilers from 48 states have to see this website. http://www.donutdollyhomestead.com/ListofA...nutDollies.html -fraukriegbaum
  10. This is probably from 1925 to WWII but not WWI. At first glance on the pic, i will say this is an ARC Production Corps (made sweaters, bandages, etc.); bright dark blue in color. It could be a Canteen Corps (medium blue color) too. It depends on how true or how close the color of your pic to your orig hat/cap. Thanks, fraukriegbaum
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