Based on an original in the Smithsonian Institute, this coat is very typical of the mass produced garments made during the war by many contractors. Mostly machine sewn, what makes this coat unique is the black tape loop sewn to the inside back of the collar (a feature common to Boylan-made coats), and a more Schuylkill Arsenal shaped pocket than the typical kidney shape seen on many other original coats. This blouse is made from dark blue wool flannel with either a gray or tan wool flannel body lining and cotton muslin sleeve linings.

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