03. Women Veterans
Found in 726 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes various photograph copies of Caudle's service with the Women's Army Corps (WAC), 1945-1948; 2 copies of Honorable Discharge certificate, 9 July 1949; an oral history transcript, 20 April 1999.
The collection includes various correspondence among a close friend, Mrs. James R. Dickson, while Cayle was stationed at the Edgewood Arsenal, 23 November 1942-7 April 1945.
The collection includes Honorable Discharge paperwork, 1944; obituary, circa 1988; Veterans Administration ID card, no date; photograph (copy), circa 1942 to 1944; khaki uniform, jacket and skirt, circa 1942 to 1944; overseas cap, circa 1944; Women's Army Corps (WAC) ribbon, circa 1944.
Patricia Ann Chamings (b. 1940), of Lakeland, Florida, served for thirty years in the Air National Guard (ANG). She continued her career in civilian nursing while serving in the ANG.
The collection includes a 2007 January oral history transcript, a photograph, 4 uniforms, 3 Navy blue shirts, 2 Air Force sweater's with one having button in front, Air Force drab jacket, Air Force jungle jacket, a necktie, and mixed accessories for uniforms.
Denise DiBetta Mathis Champion (b. 1953) served in the United States Navy WAVES, or Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service, from 1976 to 1980 .
The collection contains photographs; honorable discharge papers; correspondence from Charpentier to her children in Nashua, New Hampshire; and copies of correspondence and photographs.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 10 August 2002; various papers from Armed Forces office, circa 1972; portrait photograph of Childers, circa 1996; Oversized box 2 contains photograph of Naval Training Center, Orlando, FL, 1972.
Purple Heart, dog tags, copy of memoir, WAC booklet, Croix de Guerre citation, letters, envelope hat