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A navy blue wool U.S. Navy flat hat, probably owned by Alfred Bryan. Inside of hat has a leather sweatband, a black lining, and a brown diamond-shaped patch sewn to the crown. A label with the numb...


A World War II-era heavyweight legging, most likely belonging to U.S. Navy officer Alfred Bryan. Made of a light brown canvas-like fabric. Laces are woven through metal eyelets and hooks. A heavywe...


A World War II-era heavyweight legging, most likely belonging to U.S. Navy officer Alfred Bryan. Made of a brown canvas-like fabric. Laces are woven through metal eyelets and hooks. A heavyweight f...


Off-white tile with black drawing of Trinity Church in Newport, R.I. Three quarters of the front is a drawing of Trinity Church from the outside, labelled. The top left quarter of the tile shows th...


A mid- to late-19th century military canteen. Made of metal with a small spout at top. A plain weave brown strap runs around circumference of canteen through metal tabs; strap is knotted near base,...


Stack of seven red tickets for Ryan Family Amuseuments, all attached to each other. Each has individual number on the right edge.


A military sewing kit made of a heavyweight, brown plain weave fabric. All seams bound with brown bias tape; twill tape ties sewn to center flap. Inside consists of two flaps and three small pocket...


A portable checkerboard manufactured for the U.S. Navy; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan. Board folds into four squares, and has a navy blue cover embossed with a gold anchor and the letters "U...


A small board game with pegs; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan (U.S. Navy). Consists of a square board with an attached fabric pocket. Board has a checkers layout on one side, and an unidentifi...


A brown leather gunpowder measure. Leather is embossed on both sides with an image of a bird with long feathers surrounded by stylized foliage. Topped by a metal spout with a hinged closure.


A pair of military goggles; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan (U.S. Navy). Metal frames are surrounded by black rubber with hollow areas under lenses. Lenses are yellow. Strap runs through metal...


A pair of military goggles; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan (U.S. Navy). Frames made of a brown unknown manmade substance. Molded area at top of frames includes the number "41, the word "POLAR...


A light brown military cap with a black bill, piping around crown, and two rows of ivory braiding. Metal insignia screwed to front includes two crossed rifles and the letters "PHG." Inside of hat h...


A black (painted) metal soap dish consisting of a base and a lid. Dish was most likely part of the kit of a military officer (possibly Alfred Bryan).


A black neckerchief, worn as part of a U.S. Navy uniform. Fabric has a twill weave, and has four raised woven lines near each of its four edges. Two edges are sewn, while the other two have a finis...


A sewing kit issued by the United States Navy; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan. The trifold kit is made of a navy blue twill fabric, and has an anchor with the letters "USN" printed on its fro...


A U.S. Navy badge with a white ground and blue embroidery; most likely belonged to Alfred Bryan. Badge is probably intended for a sleeve, and signifies a rank of Petty Officer Second Class. Insigni...


A tally with "U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION" woven in yellow. Evidence of needle holes and thread at each end (unfinished edges). Most likely was once attached to a wool "flat hat" for use in a navy unifo...

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