Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Women -- United States
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes May 2014 oral history transcript; photographs; recruiting brochures; 1992-1993 issues of Round Robinette newsletters; identification cards; newspaper clipping; and other miscelleaneous materials from her time with the SRAO American Red Cross.
Mary F. Cannon (1921-2012) of Chicago, Illinois, was stationed in Korea while a member of the Army Nurse Corps from 1951 to 1953 and in Vietnam during her service with the Navy Nurse Corps from 1958 to 1974.
This collection includes April 2008 oral history interview transcript available for use onsite in the archives, copies of photographs.
Nancy Margaret Christ of North Brunswick, New Jersey, served as a nurse in the United States Army Nurse Corps from 1961 to 1981. Christ earned a Bronze Star for her service during the Vietnam War and retired as a lieutenant colonel.
This Collection includes 23 March 2008 oral history transcript; Tape of "Til the white dove flies alone" by Crystal Gayle made to commemorate the Vietnam Women's Memorial, Washington D.C. November 11, 1993.
The collection includes photographs of Paige during her work with the Red Cross in Cam Ranh Bay; South Vietnam circa 1968; Newspaper article from the Greensboro record dated 4 March 1972 featuring Paige on her service in the Red Cross Supplemental Recreational Activities Overseas (SRAO) during the Vietnam War. American Red Cross News Service typed copy on letterhead about Paige's experiences in the Red Cross during the Vietnam war.
Alice Park Fairbrother of Raleigh, North Carolina, served as a physical therapist in the United States Army Medical Specialist Corps from 1965 till 1968.
This Collection includes 1 April 2008 oral history transcript; United States Army Physical Therapy Class # 1, August 1966; photograph of plaque with "Outstanding Graduate 2LT Alice H. Park Physical Therapy Course Medical Field Service School 1966" on the inscription plate.
This collection includes May 2019 oral history transcript; photographs; clippings; certificates; John L. Hennessy Trophy Awards booklet.
Claudia Butler Geniton (b. 1953), of Atlanta, Georgia served in the United States Women's Army Corps (WAC) and United States Army from 1971 to 1983 on active duty, and the United States Army Reserve from 1983 to 1994, serving during both the Vietnam War and the first Gulf War. This collection includes March 2011 oral history transcript; photographs; a newspaper clipping about Geniton and a green class A dress uniform jacket.
The collection includes a 10 March 2009 oral history transcript; a photograph of Getz while working at her desk, circa 1975; a South Vietnam flag.