WV. Women military veterans
Found in 641 Collections and/or Records:
This photograph album documents the early days of the Women in the Air Force Program including some of the earliest African American WAF. The photographs mostly document the trainees in San Antonio, Texas and Lackland Air Force Base and shows the women working and training around the base. There are also photographs of the women during their free time enjoying activities on and off base including trips to the Alamo, Riverwalk, and the Continental Divide.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 10 September 2005; various photographs of her Army Nurse Corps service, 1964-1995.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 30 October 2008.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 12 April 1999; various photographs of Allegrone's Navy WAVES service, 1943-1945.
This collection includes 1 August 2006 oral history transcript; portrait photograph of Pauline Allison in Navy Nurse Corps blue outdoor uniform and service cap, circa 1943; headshot of Pauline with her uniform; and photograph of Pauline while in the Navy Nurse Corps white outdoor service uniform and matching service cap, circa 1944.
Ann Holder Andavall (b. 1921), of Ashland, Oregon, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service) as an aerial gunnery instructor during World War II.
The collection includes a 2008 December oral history transcript, 2 photographs, and a United States Pensacola Naval Station Specialist School Diploma.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 13 December 2000; photographs of Elaine during her services as a WAC in Germany, 1949-1952; military payment certificates in five and ten cent denominations.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 27 January 1999; various photographs of Anderton's WAVES service, 1943-1946; correspondence with her mother, 14 August and 13 September 1945.