Randy, I’ve done some research on the subject and it seems that it belonged to the collection of Dr. George Whitfield Kemper, Jr. (1814-1902) and his son Dr. Arthur Kemper.
His collection was lent to Ball State University and it included military items from several wars, including some from Philippines.
An article says: “The Kemper collection - A collection fo relics was lent permanently to the College by the late Dr. G. W. H. Kemper, a pioneer physician of Muncie, and his son, Dr. Arthur Kemper. Some of the relics are from early pioneer life in America; others are from Palestine, India, and China.” (sic).
Here is another article published in 1966:
This is the only contemporary “Harry Gallivan” I could find, also from Muncie:
Harry R. Gallivan
Death: July 5, 1912
Burial: Beech Grove Cemetery
Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, USA