Army Regulations for the United States Army, 1938 through 1951, including Uniforms, with Changes.
Army Regulations for the United States Army, 1938 through 1951, including Uniforms, with Changes.
Army Regulations for the United States Army, 1938 through 1951, including Uniforms, with Changes.
Army Regulations for the United States Army, 1938 through 1951, including Uniforms, with Changes.

Army Regulations for the United States Army, 1938 through 1951, including Uniforms, with Changes.

Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office, 1938 - 1951. Hardcover. A thick binder of United States Army regulations, mostly pertaining to uniforms, flags, colors, awards, insignia, badges, with many illustrations throughout. The binder was a working copy belonging to N.S. Meyer, Inc. of New York City, a long time supplier of military insignia. Nathan S. Meyer established his business in New York City in 1906 and remained there until 2000; the company was then acquired by Vanguard, another military goods supplier. Meyer was the maker of the collectible World War II Army Air Corps wings.

The binder consists of a total of 45 documents, consisting of 29 Army Regulations and 16 Changes, from 1938, through 1951.
With the following regulation numbers and dates:
AR 55-380, Transportation Corps, Dec 31, 1942; AR 60-10, Exchange Service, May 10, 1950; AR 80-20: Special Services, March 10, 1947; AR 210-50: Installations, Dec 9, 1949; AR 210-53: Installations, Oct 18, 1949; AR 210-65: Posts, Camps and Stations, Dec 29, 1947; AR 210-65 Changes 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Dec 29, 1947; AR 210-65 Posts, Camps and Stations, June 12, 1945; AR 210-65: Posts Camps and Stations, June 1, 1944; AR 350-3300: Military Education, Change 1, Jan 16, 1946; AR 260-10: Flags, Colors and Standards, Oct 25, 1949, Changes 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; AR 260-10, Oct 25, 1944; AR 600-10, Change 3; AR 260-15: Changes 5, 4, 2, 1; AR 600-35: Change 10; AR 260-15, May 16, 1947 (repair with sticky tape made at p 23 of this regulation); Circular No. 102, April 22, 1947; Circular No. 92, April 9, 1947; SR 600-32-1, Articles & types of uniforms for male personnel, 11 April 1951; AR 600-38, Personnel: Dress Uniforms for Officers & Warrant Officers, August 17, 1938; SR 600-38-1, 24 March 1950; SR 600-38-1 10 December 1948; AR 600-35: Change 12, 11, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; AR 600-35, 31 March 1944 (with emblems cut out at p47 and at p65); a second copy of AR 600-35, also dated 31 March 1944 (with emblems cut out at p49 - 51); AR 600-36, Change 1; AR 600-36, 8 April 1948; AR 600-36, 25 Feb 1944; AR 600-37: Changes 8, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 27 May 1949; AR 600-37, Personnel: Prescribed Uniform, Women Personnel of the Army, 16 April 1945; AR 600-39: Personnel: Prescribed Uniform, Women's Army Corps, 4 August, 1944; AR 600-40: Changes 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 3, 2, 1, 12 September 1949; AR 600-40, 31 March 1944; AR 600-45: Change 10; AR 600-68, Personnel: Good Conduct Medal, May 4, 1943 (with one medal cut out, and with N. S. Meyer equipment card stapled in); AR 600-75: Change 2; AR 600-80, 25 February 1943; AR 600-90: Change 2, 1; AR 600-90, 3 July 1946 (2 copies, same date); AR 600-90: Change 2; AR 615-290: Enlisted Personnel, 26 September 1950; AR 615-363: Change 4, Enlisted Men: Release From Active Duty; AR 775-50: Change 1; AR 850-150: Change 3, 2; AR 850-150, 18 September 1944; AR 850-250: Regulations for State Guard, 21 September 1943; and AR 915-10: State Guards, 14 May 1951.

Green cloth Remington Rand Binder, title handwritten in red at front cover ("USA") no title at binder spine. Internally, a few pages loose; pages with excisions; marginal notations; N. S. Meyer Inc. stamps throughout. This was a working copy, frequently consulted. Good + overall. Item #15552

Price: $1,250.00

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