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William and Mary Letterman Jacket, undated

 Item — Artifact: 2010.134
Identifier: id67170

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents

One green with gold sleeves William and Mary letterman jacket that was given to the last woman to letter in two sports at the College prior to 2010. The shell is made of mostly wool and the sleeves are vinyl. The inside lining of the jacket is nylon. There is a gold and silver "WM" letter over the left-hand side of the jacket, with two field hockey sticks and a lacrosse stick in black and gold on the letter as well. It was made by Butwin of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is in fair condition and is a men's size 38. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2010.134


  • Creation: undated


Language of Materials

From the Collection:

English Greek,Ancient(to1453) Hebrew

Conditions Governing Access:

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From the Collection: 4.75 Linear Feet

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository