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I am going to start putting on my WW1 uniforms from the 89th and 35th Division.The first is Ided to Oscar Pigg, 89th Division, Battery B, 342nd Field Artillery, It also have the pants

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Here is another uniform. Ided to Charles M Austin of the 89th division, 314th Supply Train. It also has its pants

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Superb examples. with IDs no less, excellent.

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The next uniform, is best Ided one that I have, Ided to Author Frank, 89th Division, Company A, 353rd Infantry. The set has almost everything, tunic, great coat, pants, boots, helmet, discharge, gas mask, about 100 photos but no foot locker.

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Love the 353rd!! Top shelf.


KANSAS ITEMS WANTED - WWII Uniforms, photos, Purple Hearts, etc - TOP DOLLAR PAID!!!!

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Good stuff! Keep them coming!

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another 89th division uniform, 178th infantry brigade, 356th infantry regiment, This one is not ided. Missing the the 6 small buttons.

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This is my last 89th Division WW1 uniforms. It is Ided to John N. Hicks from Cherryvale Kansas. He was in the 89th Division, 177th Infantry Brigade, 353rd Infantry Regiment, Co E. He was gassed on Nov. 11th, 1918. Last day of the war. Admitted to hospital Nov. 17, 1918. Transferred to evac. hospital Jan 1, 1919.

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So what unit is this 35th with the w.

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So what unit is this 35th with the w.

You talking about that patch on the last jacket??? 89th Division.


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the last jacket I put on is a 89th division, 177th Infantry Brigade. I was saying after that one I am going to put on my 35th Division uniforms. Sorry for the confusion. Steve

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Hi everybody, I am starting my 35th Division uniforms. This one is 70th Infantry Brigade, Headquarters

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would it be correct to have a crossed rifle collar disc and not a MG collar disc?

Wouldn't see a problem, as Machine Gun Battalions are of the Infantry, wearing one or the other coming down to personal inclination, but we would think more of what was available at the time.

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