Military Gloves
Military Gloves
Military Gloves
Military Gloves


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Clothing Accessories
Clothing and Accessories
Men's Clothing
Uniforms
World War II ➔ Military Gloves

Identifier:
186229
Description:
These gloves are from the United States Navy Reserve of the United States Navy. They were worn by John H. Uhl during World War II (1939-1945). They are made of gray cotton. 
Date:
1939 – 1945
Materials:
Cotton
Dimensions:
9.5"" h 3.5"" w
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Collection Tier:
Tier 2
Source:
Gift Of Mr. John Uhl
Related Entities:
John Howard Uhl (donor)
John Howard Uhl was part of the United States Navy Reserve and served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy during World War II. Later in life he would serve as Senior Vice President and Legal Counsel for the Trust Department of the Michigan National Bank and as a board member and president of the Grand Rapids Public Museum.  John Howard Uhl (used by)
John Howard Uhl was part of the United States Navy Reserve and served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy during World War II. Later in life he would serve as Senior Vice President and Legal Counsel for the Trust Department of the Michigan National Bank and as a board member and president of the Grand Rapids Public Museum.  United States Navy Reserve (is related to)
Alternate names: Navy Reserve, United States Naval Reserve, USNR
The United States Navy Reserve, also known as USNR, was founded in 1915 as the United States Naval Reserve. It is a service branch of the United States Navy that specializes in providing strategic depth and operational capabilities. The USNR works to aid the Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Forces in the full range of military operations from peace to war. In 2005 the name was changed to the United States Navy Reserve. 
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Related Place:
Grand Rapids