Badge of the American Red Cross Voluntary, made of metal, enameled with the inscription Volunteer American Red Cross in reverse closure.
The American Red Cross (ARC or ARC), had several models insignia, badges for different volunteers, this badge is for the service of "Hospital and Recreation" and aired between 1923 and 1946. It is carried in the gray dress ARC , voluntary wearing this uniform were called the "Ladies of Grey".
This badge ARC has a cross in the center and HR stands at the four corners (Hospital and Recreation), which in turn are surrounded by a blue circle with the words "Volunteer American Red Cross" inside the circle.
Voluntary Service badges could be used in the neck white shirt, and uniforms of interior, pin Voluntary Service could be used above the upper left pocket.