State Highway Patrol

(1923-1937)

Regulation Uniform

The regulation uniform of the Highway Patrol consisted of: blouse, breeches with black stripe running outside leg, cap, puttees, .38 caliber Colt side arm, and ornaments.

The color was that of a lighter gray material than used by the State Police from 1906-1937.

A black shoulder belt and holster was worn in accordance with U.S army regulations.

  
The standard Highway Patrol issed badge from 1923 to 1937

Highway Patrol collar insignia
 
The uniform patch above was worn on the left shoulder of the uniform; issued from 1930 to 1937.