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WWII Letter Pouch in red satin trimmed with purple ribbon and hand painted red flowers and green leaves. Says, â€śMotherâ€ť and in the corner â€śUS Navyâ€ť with an anchor. The inside of the cover is cream with four roses creating a frame and in the middle the word â€śMotherâ€ť with a 4 line poem. The inside of the bottom has a pocket made of flag fabric with 48 stars. Pouch 7â€ť x 9.â€ť DATE:1940s.
WWII Letter Pouch in deep pink satin, the word â€śSweetheart hand-painted on a diagonal between two red roses. The inside of the pouch is cream satin with a poem â€śSweetheartâ€ť and on the bottom is a pocket that says â€śUS Armyâ€ť with pink flowers. Inside the pocket is a tiny piece of light blue fabric pair of underpants w/cream lace trim, and written on them is â€śUS Armyâ€ť on one side and on the other, â€śTo my Sweetheart.â€ť There is a picture of Cupid, silk screened in black w/a poem titled â€śSweetheart.â€ť 7â€ť x 11.â€ť DATE:1940s
World War Service â€śSisterâ€ť pink and white silk cover, navy back and gray fringe, says â€śUSA Camp Gordon Atlanta, Gaâ€ť and in the upper left corner is the image of a doughboyâ€™s face set inside a star w/American, French and British flags, and on top of the star there is an American Eagle holding a ribbon w/the words â€śWorld War Service.â€ť In the lower right corner is â€śLady Justiceâ€ť with her sword and shield and the eagle with the words, â€śE Pluribus Unum 1918.â€ť Circa: 1918
WWI â€śMotherâ€ť pale pink cotton cover w/yellow fabric back and pink fringe; printed image of a woman inside a picture frame with an American flag on each side and 3 red carnations reads â€śMotherâ€ť with a 4 line poem. DATE: Circa 1917.
Navy â€śMotherâ€ť yellow acetate cover with dark green fringe. In the center is a poem to â€śMother,â€ť framed with a rope, roses and anchor. Ribbon over anchor reads â€śOur Navy Americaâ€™s Guardian USN.â€ť Center top has an American eagle and American coat of arms, bordered by cruiser and aircraft carrier. Along the bottom is a battleship, a seaplane, submarine and destroyer. DATE: Circa 1941.
Navy â€śWifeâ€ť light pink and blue acetate cover with a peach cotton back and blue and yellow fringe. The center picture says â€śUS NAVY, US Navy Training School â€“ Ames, Iowa with a picture of a ship printed in center, it reads Poem â€śTo My Wife; top left corner the American Eagle standing on an anchor, top right corner an anchor formed by people says, â€śA Human Picture Composed of Blue Jackies in Uniform.â€ť 17â€ť sq. DATE: 1940s
Navy â€śMotherâ€ť pink acetate cover with a teal back and yellow fringe. Printed in the center in large navy blue letters, â€śU.S.Navy,â€ť to left â€śIn service for my country and You,â€ť on the right is a large â€śV,â€ť in the middle â€śCamp Peary, Vaâ€ť Along the bottom left is a 2â€ť bee with a sailorâ€™s hat and gun with the word â€śSeabees,â€ť to the right a framed poem â€śto My Motherâ€ť DATE: Circa: 1941.
U.S. Army peach acetate cover with orange fringe. In the center is a poem to â€śMother,â€ť with a fighting eagle and is bordered with 2 planes, one a â€śF-28â€ť and 4 pictures of soldiers in the field. Stamped â€śFort Lee, Va.â€ť DATE: Circe 1941.
â€śMothers of World War IIâ€ť Hat, styled like service menâ€™s â€śside cap,â€ť in red satin with white piping, a patch and 5 blue stars. Blue stars signify she has 5 living sons in the service, stars are always hand sewed should the situation change. DATED: December 1941 to July 1945.