"Join the WAAC" Milk Cap from Chicago World War II

"Join the WAAC" Milk Cap from Chicago World War II

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"Join the WAAC Serve with the Army!" WWII Milk Cap. This is a WWII era milk cap from the early 1940's. The milk cap has a graphic of a woman in an army cap silhouetted in white on a red background with a white border. Made in Chicago, the milk cap is approximately 1 1/2" in diameter.
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"Join the WAAC Serve with the Army!" WWII Milk Cap. This is a WWII era milk cap from the early 1940's. The milk cap has a graphic of a woman in an army cap silhouetted in white on a red background with a white border. It reads "Join the WAAC Serve with the Army!" in blue print on top of the woman's silhouette. On the bottom of the milk cap in small white print it gives the address where the milk cap was printed: "166 W. Van Bur. N Chicago". This is an awesome milk cap from the USA homefront effort to get women to join the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps! Milk cap is still in perfect condition and measures approximately 1.5" in diameter.

The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was established to work with the Army, "for the purpose of making available to the national defense the knowledge, skill, and special training of the women of the nation." The Army would provide up to 150,000 "auxiliaries" with food, uniforms, living quarters, pay, and medical care.

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