Napkin Ring, stainless steel. Oval, engraved with, “Nurses Quarters U.S. Naval Hospital, Guam”. A gold emblem is on the middle of the inscription. Appears to be the Submarine Warfare (Officer) insignia, two fish on each side, unable to discern what is in middle. “10” is engraved on the reverse. Living in nurses quarters was mandatory for all Nurse Corps staff below rank of Lietenant. Optional for remaining nurses and customary for chief nurse. A dress code and procedure was prescribed for evening meal. Diners sat at assigned places with chief nurse at head of table, as she served entrees. A napkin ring identified by number was at each setting. Eventually dining at the nurse’s quarters became history. The napkin ring possibly came from Naval Hospital, Newport, RI, when closed.