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Shortly after the U.S. entered the First World War a popular American songster penned a little diddy that ran just so:

"-Though the Army is the clover

T'was the Navy brought them over

And the Navy will bring them back...".

Anticipating this roll in 1910, the far-seeing Department of the Navy ordered each and every American battleship to have within its arsenal at least one sewing machine, and a tar who was proficient at tailoring in order to make themselves worthy of the task. The attached article is illustrated with a photograph of this machine and the able-bodied seaman who served as the ship's costumer.

Read About the U.S. Navy Rail Guns of W.W. I

Click here to read about the shipments of chewing gum that were sent to the American Army of W.W. I.

     


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Tailoring at Sea  (Popular Mechanics, 1910)

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