American Red Cross
Found in 38 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.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 17 July 1999; 2 photographs of Sheppe during her American Red Cross service, circa 1945.
The collection includes various correspondence, September 1943-July 1945; various photographs, 1943-1945; mixed materials including Christmas greetings, an order from the Postmaster General, a letter from her husband.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 8 November 1999; various photographs of Coley's American Red Cross service and graduation from Women's College, 1940-1982; Artifact Box 1 contains American Red Cross Consignee pin.
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.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 13 March 2007; scans of photographs; copy of 1958 memoir "My trip behind the Iron Curtain"; copy of American Red Cross Overseas Service Certificate, 1946. The majority of this collection is digital materials.
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.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 25 June 1999; poem written by Walter Mathau, dedicated to Red Cross workers; various photographs of Greene's Red Cross service, 1943-1944.
The collection includes a raincoat, circa 1951.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 3 August 2015; scans of photographs of Hines American Red Cross service, 1968-69.
Two folders and a scrapbook. The scrapbook includes several brochures from Japan and Utah, letters from the Red Cross, and letters written to her mother. A manila folder includes various clippings from where Johnson was stationed and the second manila folder contains paperwork for a recommendation from a Red Cross Field Director, along with letters from her mother and possibly a gentleman who was her brother and various newspaper clippings.
This collection includes April 2011 oral history transcript; a journal, Jan-Feb 1991; photocopies of travel authorizations; photocopy of Third United States Army's Central Region Area Orientation booklet; photocopy of a photograph of Jones in uniform; Red Cross-issued deck of cards; and Red Cross desert camouflage uniform (jacket, pants with belt, daisy mae hat,boots).
The collection includes a 18 May 1999 oral history transcript; 4 copies of photographs; American Red Cross blue-gray battledress wool jacket, trousers, and visor hat.
The collection includes a 14 May 2009 oral history transcript; a portrait photograph of MacCubbin in American Red Cross military welfare winter uniform with cap, circa 1941.
Linda Morgan Maini (b. 1943) of Buffalo, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio, served in the American Red Cross Supplemental Recreational Activities Overseas (SRAO) from 1965 to 1969.
This collection includes a 8 March 2008 oral history transcript; newspaper articles concerning Linda Morgan Maini's service in the Red Cross, circa 1967-1968. Copy of Red Cross unit including Linda.
Mary Haynsworth Mathews was born in Greenville, South Carolina, in 1916. She served with the American Red Cross in England, France, and Germany from 1942 to 1946. Included in this collection are an oral history and photographs.
The collection includes various photographs of Matthews service with the Red Cross in Okinawa, Japan; a scrapbook; a pictorial review of Red Cross in Japan, January 1946; a booklet titled "Jones Cove Road Memories and Stories," December 2004; an oral history transcript, 2 June 1999.
Nancy Mayes (1921-2016) served in the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) and the American Red Cross (ARC) during World War II, and in the Air Force Reserves for over twenty-five years. She was a charter member of the Women Military Pilots Association, Inc. (now Women Military Aviators).
The collection includes an oral history transcript, Women Air Force Service Pilots Memorial Papers, and Women Air Force Service Pilots Mixed Materials.
The collection includes printed materials; including newsletters; booklets; yearbooks; and clippings especially from her time in Korea. Also, it includes 3 scrapbooks that document McPherson's Red Cross service, 1947-1959; additional scrapbook of club service at Double Five, Osan, Korea, 1959-1960.
The collection contains correspondence, maps, patches, photographs, newspaper clippings, programs, and official documents pertaining to Partridge's Red Cross service.
This collection consists of fifteen letters written by Peck to her family beginning a few days after her arrival in London, England, on 31 October 1941. The letters are addressed to "Poppy", which may be her father, and "Ros", which may be a nickname for her younger sister Rosamond, as well as her family. All fifteen letters describe the people and everyday life in London before she was commissioned by the Army, and discuss any news from the war and her family.
Collection consists of a 2003 oral history transcript; correspondence; photographs; postcards; newspaper clipping; custom made uniform (skirt and jacket); shirt; boots; and a 29th Rangers shoulder patch.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 19 April 1999; 2 photographs of Preyer; a copy of newspaper article, 12 January 1989; a desk nameplate; a khaki overcoat.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 7 January 2000; watercolor portrait photograph of Proctor in American Red Cross uniform, undated.
The collection includes a 2007 February 14 oral history transcript.
Louise E. Roy’s scrapbooks document her time with the American Red Cross Supplemental Recreational Activities Overseas (SRAO) from 1942-1945. The photographs depict images from Hawaii, Guam, and San Francisco showing landscapes, wildlife, colleagues, and military vehicles. Also included are maps, postcards, and news articles.
Paulette Pat Sweeney served in the American Red Cross from 1964-1966. During this time she spent thirteen months working in Supplemental Recreation Activities Overseas Programs throughout South Korea before spending a year working at Fort Dix, New Jersey.
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.
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.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 29 March 1999; various photographs of Williams Red Cross service and for a Life Magazine publication, 1943-1944.