03. Women Veterans
Found in 726 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes an oral history transcript, 10 April 2011; photographs and press clippings about Trivette; a student nurse cap.
The collection contains hymn books for the Women's Auxiliary Forces, a journal, a commemorative photograph of Queen Elizabeth II, a hat device, and a medal.
Shirley Sprague Tucker served in the United States Women in the Air Force (WAF) from 21 November 1950 to 20 November 1954 before spending ten years working with the International Red Cross.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 7 January 2002; various photographs of Frances' Army Nurse Corps service, 1942-1971; a resume documenting rank, awards and service in Army.
The collection includes various photographs of Turner's travels and her family, circa 1952-1999; various newspaper articles written by Tuner for Kernersville News, circa 1992-2002; an article titled "Dr. and Mrs. James Turner mixed Military and Medical Careers," Fifty Plus News, November 1991.
The collection includes paperwork for Army Nurse Discharge, 21 August 1952.
This photograph album contains pictures predominately of one United States enlisted woman during World War I as she travels through France. There are photographs of other enlisted members as well as a captioned photograph of a ship which they likely traveled on to Scotland.
The scrapbook documents a Navy Nurse's time at Pearl Harbor, #10 Naval Hospital beginning in 1944.
This diary was written from 1942-1945 by an unknown nurse in the Army Nurse Corps. She served at a hospital in Tehran, Iran.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 10 November 1999; various photographs of van Dongen’s SPAR’s service, 1944-1945.
The collection includes photograph of Angers in uniform, circa 1940s; handwritten timeline of service.
This collection includes twenty letters written from Fort Des Moines and Fort Oglethorpe dated September 1942 - March 1944.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 25 June 2000; various photographs of Veasey's Women's Army Corps service, 1944-1945; personal papers, including resume, undated.
Sandra Venegoni (b. 1940), of St. Louis, Missouri served in the United States Army Reserve and United States Army Nurse Corps from 1972 until 1995.
The collection includes a 2010 March 16 oral history transcript.
The collection includes 2 copies of Victory Mail, 1 and 20 November 1942; a photograph from Italy, May 1944.
The collection includes a diary of an unidentified Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) officer, 1942.
Photograph album of an unidentified WAAC who served during World War II. Album includes photograph of 2nd Company, 3rd Regiment, First WAAC Training Center, Fort Des Moines, Iowa, March 16, 1943. Other photographs are of training in Commerce and El Paso, Texas, as well as Hollywood and Long Beach, California.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 9 July 2003; 3 scrapbooks that contain a number of photographs, postcards, travel brochures, and correspondence. Locations visited by Walker in her scrapbooks include: Bremen, Germany, Denmark, and Switzerland.
Lovay Wallace-Singleton (b. 1959), of Saginaw, Michigan, served in the United States Navy as an air traffic controller from 1978-1998.
The collection includes a 2016 May oral history transcript.
Charlotte E. Ward (1914-1988), of Delaware, Indiana, served with the United States Army Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) and then the Women's Army Corps (WAC) from 1943-1945.
The collection includes a diary Ward recorded her experiences in the Women's Army Corps and Women's Army Auxiliary Corps from 1943 February to October.
Scrapbooks, correspondence, newspapers, and photographs related to Pearl Myrtle Wasem (1920-2004). This collection spans 1941-1957 and includes 12 scrapbooks, hundreds of letters and photographs, a songbook, military papers, and newspapers.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 16 June 2000.
J. Holley Watts (b. 1944) of Rockville Centre, New York, served in the American Red Cross Supplemental Recreational Activities Overseas (SRAO) program from 1966 to 1967 and was stationed in Vietnam.
This collection includes a 9 March 2008 oral history transcript; copies of photographs.
Maria Felger Wayne (b. 1964), of Van Wert, Ohio, served in the United States Army as a transportation officer from 1985 until 1993.
This collection includes an oral history transcript, 14 October 2010; various scanned photographs.
Arlene Mae Webb (1923-2007), of Overland, Missouri, served in the United States Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) and the Women's Army Corps (WAC) from 1943-1945.
This collection contains photograph albums and a chalk drawing of Webb from prominent St. Louis artist, Homer L. Dolahite.
This collection includes August 2013 oral history transcript. and photographs.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 18 June 2019; photographs of Weber's service with the United States Marine Corps, 2011.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 21 May 2000; a typed autobiography of Webster's service, 25 pages.
photographs; Correspondence, 1942-1944; menus and newspaper clippings, 1942-1943.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 22 February 2000; various photographs and copies of Navy Nurse Corps, 1944-2000.
Irma Jackson Cayton Wertz (1911-2007) of Detroit, Michigan, served as an officer in African American units of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) and later the Women's Army Corps (WAC) from 1942-1945.
The collection is made up of nine photographs and one letter from Wertz to her mother.
Mary Ellen West (b. 1922) of Dover, North Carolina, served in the U.S. Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) from 1943 to 1946.
The Mary Ellen West Papers primarily date from 1943 to 1948 and contain papers, printed material, photographs, textiles, artifacts, and an oral history interview which document West's military service.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 10 June 1999; various photographs of Weston's Navy Nurse Corps service, January 1944-October 1946.
The collection includes 5 photographs and negatives, along with an interview questionnaire.
Aileen D. White served in the Army Nurse Corps in Italy during World War II.
Thirteen V-Mail letters from Lt. Aileen D. White of the Army Nurse Corps to her sister in Robbinsville, New Jersey. Dated from January 1944 to March 1944, the letters briefly describe living conditions and entertainment in an unknown location in Italy where White was stationed with the 17th General Hospital.
Sherley Mae White (1923-2014) served in the Women's Reserve of the Coast Guard (SPARS) from 1943-1945. She served as a drum major for the SPARS marching band at the Biltmore Training Station in Palm Beach, Florida. She later transferred to the Coast Guard Base in Ketchikan, Alaska.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 18 January 2022; various photographs of Whiteford's Navy WAVES service, 1944-1946.
The collection includes a 1999 December 8 oral history transcript; a personal letter to Wiglesworth from a captain, 1944 October 25; photographs of Wiglesworth at Camp Lejeune and in Washington D.C. in uniform, circa 1943 to 1945.