Coveralls, Worker, Chance Vought Aircraft

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These coveralls were worn by Winslow H. Conant during World War II while working at the Chance Vought Aircraft Company. He was a sheet metal specialist and was responsible for making modifications to several experimental F4U Corsairs.

Donated by Glenn D. Conant

Physical Description:
Vought Aircraft line worker one piece coveralls; blue cotton twill; 5 snap closures down front; two upper patch pockets; two lower slash pockets; embroidered Vought winged "V" logo in with and red thread over left breast and back of coveralls.

Country of Origin
United States

Manufacturer
Star Manufacturing Co.

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Uniforms: Civil

Materials
Cotton Twill
Cotton Thread
Steel
Unknown Plating
Dimensions
Clothing: 153 x 50.8 x 4.4cm (60 1/4 x 20 x 1 3/4 in.)
Clothing Size: Men's 36

These coveralls were worn by Winslow H. Conant during World War II while working at the Chance Vought Aircraft Company. He was a sheet metal specialist and was responsible for making modifications to several experimental F4U Corsairs.

Donated by Glenn D. Conant

Physical Description:
Vought Aircraft line worker one piece coveralls; blue cotton twill; 5 snap closures down front; two upper patch pockets; two lower slash pockets; embroidered Vought winged "V" logo in with and red thread over left breast and back of coveralls.

Country of Origin
United States

Manufacturer
Star Manufacturing Co.

Type
PERSONAL EQUIPMENT-Uniforms: Civil

Materials
Cotton Twill
Cotton Thread
Steel
Unknown Plating
Dimensions
Clothing: 153 x 50.8 x 4.4cm (60 1/4 x 20 x 1 3/4 in.)
Clothing Size: Men's 36

ID: A20090143000