Lois Betlach Filewood Collection
Scope and Contents
Uniforms, artifacts, books, publications, scrapbooks.
- Other: Date acquired: 2016 June 13
- Filewood, Lois Betlach (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Lois Betlach Filewood (1910-2004), of Minneapolis, Minnesota, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service) from 1944-1949. She received her basic training at Hunter College, New York and was then stationed at United States Naval Barracks in Washington, D.C. She was a chaplain assistant. In 1948, she married and in 1949 Filewood transferred to the Naval Reserves. Her husband was in the Navy and Filewood went with him to his duty stations to Guam; The Philippines; Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan; Astoria, Oregon, San Diego, California; Seattle, Washington; Portland, Oregon; and Salem, Oregon. In 1961, when she was in Astoria, Oregon, Filewood transferred to the Active Reserves Filewood retired from the Navy in May of 1973. She died in Salem in 2004.
8.00 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
Each Series stored separately. Series 3 Artifacts stored in General Artifacts box 4, drawer 2.
Source of Acquisition
Gift from Connie Betlach Cleary
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