I don't see anything out of place. I particularly like the hat with the white top cover. Very nice grouping.
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
All looks good but grouping likely put together post war
For what it's worth, the names are:
Jacket. [I think that's the jacket -- image with two hook closures at the neck?]
スガハラ [Sugawara] written as "Sugahara" using ハ (ha) vice ワ (wa) for Sugawara.
The katakana could represent any of the following versions of Sugawara in kanji:
カハチ [Kawachi] written as "Kahachi"; however, this is the pre-1945 way of writing カワチ Kawachi.
The katakana could represent any of the following versions of Kawachi in kanji:
I cannot read the name in the hat.