03. Women Veterans
Found in 292 Collections and/or Records:
Shirley Van Brakle of served overseas while a member of the Army Nurse Corps from 1943 to 1946.
The collection contains photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
Linda Bray of Butner, North Carolina, served in the United States Army from 1982 to 1991, and during the Panama Invasion, she was the first female to lead troops into combat. This collection contains a uniform, boots, correspondence, various documents, magazine and newspaper clippings, and medals.
Jean M. Bright served with the American Red Cross in the South Pacific from 1944 to 1946.
YePapers, photographs, an oral history interview, and artifacts and textiles document Jean M. Bright's Red Cross service in New Guinea, Japan, and the Philippines during World War II.
Jane G. Brister (1921-2011), of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, served in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) from May 1943 to December 1946 and from December 1948 to June 1965.
The Brister Papers (bulk 1945-1965) contain printed material, photographs, artifacts, scrapbooks, and an oral history interview which document her twenty-year career in the army.
Grace I. Brown served in the Army Nurse Corps in England during World War I.
Three letters from 1918 to 1919 describe some of Brown's experiences during the war. Subjects include the conditions and entertainment on her ship across the Atlantic; living conditions in camp; and food supplies and rations in England.
Jesse E. Brown served with the United States Army Nurse Corps stationed at 248th General Hospital in the Philippines during World War II.
This collection of letters was between Brown and her Aunt Sarah.