This is a type III U.S. Army Fatigues which were worn from 1964 - 1989 by all branches of the armed forces. The uniform is made from a cotton poplin fabric which was dyed Olive Green (more specifically OG- 107). This women's uniform was worn by a "Williams" as her name is sewn on the outside of the shirt as was common on at this time. According to the label's Defense Supply Agency (DSA) code, both the shirt and pants were produced in 1967. On the inside of the pants, the word "student" is stamped into the waistband and then a label with "OFF STU" printed on it is placed over part of the stamp.
Number of Pieces
This measurement is the size listed on the manufactures tag for both the shirt and the pants.
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The Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing Historical Collection. (2017). "Uniform: US Army Fatigues - 1" [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.molloy.edu/nur_hagan/541