1 Royal Canadian Army Service Corps Battle Dress Blouse that belonged to Earl Conn : olive green serge wool. The jacket is a waist length and has five metal circular green buttons that lead up to two sets of hook-and-eye closures at the collar. The buttons are fly fronted. The bottom of the jacket has a sewn-in belt and buckle. There is a flap pocket on each side of the chest of the jacket that has a circular green button to fasten it. There is a shoulder strap on each shoulder that is fastened with a circular green metal button.
The jacket has two large inside pockets. The exterior of the right inside pocket has a stamp in red ink on it that reads, "BATTLE DRESS / BLOUSE . SERGE / SIZE No. 7 / HEIGHT - 5'7" to 5'8" / BREAST - 35" to 36"[?] / ...[illegible] Uniform Co. ...[illegible] / AUG 1943." Belonged to Earl Conn, later of Langley.