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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...


Photograph of the 1957 reunion of Rogers High School's 1924-1925 basketball team. Men pictured include three players and a coach. From left to right: Bradford Garniss, Joseph Nevins, Alfred Bryan,...


A Christmas postcard depicting two women and a young boy on an outdoor patio (possibly Anne and Elsie Vanderbilt with William H. Vanderbilt, Jr.). Sent from William and Anne Vanderbilt to Mr. and ...


A Christmas postcard sent by Anne and William Vanderbilt to Mr. Alfred Bryan and family. Front of postcard includes red printed text and a black and white photograph of William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. ...


A Christmas postcard depicting William H. Vanderbilt, Jr. as a toddler, wearing overalls and standing near a picket fence. Sent from the Vanderbilts to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bryan. Red text, appea...


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...


A Christmas postcard depiciting Anne, Emily ("Paddy"), and Elsie Vanderbilt seated in a garden. Addressed to Mr. Alfred Bryan and family.


Photographic postcard of the Rogers High School basketball team, 1925 New England champions. A large loving cup is visble at center. Handwritten note on reverse mentions "Alfred Bryan player-." Pho...


Newpaper clippings related to the 1924-1925 Rogers High School Basketball Team, including their 1957 Reunion.

2006.15.3
Certificate
August 31 1922

Military Training Certificate award to Alfred C. Bryan upon completion of the WHITE course of training, August 31, 1922 at Camp Devens, MA. Black wooden frame,


Military Training Certificate given to Alfred J. Bryan upon completion of the RED course of instruction at Camp Devens, MA. August 31, 1921 In black wooden frame.


A U.S. Navy parka worn by Alfred Bryan. Made of a heavyweight, water-resistant, dark green fabric, the parka has a hood and and rope pull at waistband. Neckline is secured by a thin rope pulled thr...


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 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 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 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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