|Title||Pants, Service, World War I, Usmc; W/ Service Jacket 10410-1-1|
U.S. Marine wool pants. Royal blue throughout, the only other color on these pants is the red trim on the back pockets. Aside from stitching detail on the front pockets, silver buttons, imprinted with "U.S. Marine Corps," adorn the fly (5) and the waist (6).
W/ Service Jacket 10410-1-1
COLORS: sky blue, w/ red trim on back pockets
|Year Range from||1917|
|Year Range to||1919|
Flagg, Gould Bailey, 1895-1982
|Other Name||Pants, Men's, Military|
|Event||World War I|
Worn by Gould Bailey Flagg, Sr. Gould was born in Shanghai, China in 1895. His father was Commodore of the China Steamship Navigation Co. After his father passed away, Gould returned with his family to Newcastle, Maine (in 1910). Gould came to Burwell, NE in 1914 to live with his uncle. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps from June 1917 to Jan. 1919, enlisting in Denver from Burwell, Nebraska. He trained at Mare Island, CA and served in Pearl Harbor, Guam, and Vladivostak, Siberia. Their mission was to attack the Germans from the North. Half way through Siberia, the Russian Revolution began and they were sent back to Pearl Harbor.
Gould married in 1920 and lived in Burwell and served two terms and mayor. In 1924, he moved to Ord, where he also served two terms as mayor. He moved to Lincoln in 1941 and served in the Nebraska State Legislature for 24 years. He worked as Chief of the Bureau of Dairies and Foods, for 21 years. Gould passed away in 1982.
|Credit line||Doris Hostetter Flagg, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|
|Collection||Flagg, Doris Hostetter|