Title

Belt Buckle

Creator

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Source

Miscellaneous Objects

Maxey Catalog Number

WHIT-Q-1201

Description

U.S. Army belt buckle found on the Victor Carpenter Ranch about eight miles north of Prescott, WA. It was used during World War II. Rectangular metal buckle with oval cut out on the left for the belt to loop through. Oval design in the center of the buckle, with the letters ""US"" in the center. The buckle is relatively flat lying. Slightly rusted. See 1951 correspondence file in File Cabinet Two for original letter from H. L. Crowston.

Type

Physical object

Format

Metal

Number of Artifacts

1

Cultural Affiliation

United States

Broad Date

1941~/1945~

Donor

Whit; H.L. Crowston

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