American Legion Cane

  • This cane celebrates the 1933 National Convention of the American Legion
  • Its wooden shaft bears a small plaque embossed with the Legion's emblem
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Item No. 31-0637

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This walking stick commemorates the 1933 National Convention of the American Legion, an organization of U.S. war veterans. Established in 1919, notable members of the organization have included 10 of the last 13 presidents, General George S. Patton and even Humphrey Bogart. The cane's wooden, crook-handled form is decorated with a plaque bearing the American Legion's emblem.

Inscribed "American Legion/National Convention/Chicago 1933"

35" length
American Legion Cane
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Decorative
Depth: 5.25
Width: 1.0
Height: 35.0
American Legion Cane
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