This is s pullover jacket made by Gus Kroesen, known as a manufacturer that supplied clothing to the U.S. Navy. To the author's knowledge, the basic information such as the date of manufacture, and whether it was made for the purpose of supplying the military or civilian products, etc. Even the pattern of the event is not well understood in many places. The sailor collar and corded placket are typical Navy details. In addition, it is also seen in other US Navy jackets, but the fabric is basically used in the horizontal use, and the color fading is not visible. If you do, you'll see a horizontal rather than vertical drop.
The distinctive collar when viewed from behind is clearly recognizable as a sailor collar. The back of the body is simply a single piece of cloth.
An embroidered tag with the brand name and the words Honolulu, San Francisco, and Seattle. There is no mention of trademark registration, so we can assume that it is from before the 1940s. It is not possible to determine the age of the site with any degree of certainty.