Olive drab U.S. Army regulation pants. This pair has three front and two flap back pockets. The closure is comprised of a five-button fly, and the legs have the characteristic fitted lacing at the knee. The seat of the garment is reinforced.
|Year Range from||1918|
|Year Range to||1919|
Mills, Corbett E.
|Other Name||Pants, Men's, Military|
|Event||World War I|
|History||Used by Corbett E. Mills during World War I, when he was a wagoner in the Medical Department of the Army. He was inducted into military service on June 27, 1918. On September 5, 1919, he was among those relieved from further duty with the Motor Ambulance Pool at Camp Pontanezen (Brest, France) and reported to the commanding officer at Camp Hospital #33 for assignment to duty.|
|Credit line||Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd S. Jones, Chico, California|
|Collection||Jones, Lloyd S.|