United States. Navy -- History -- 20th century
Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
Nan M. Nabors Letters
This collection includes Correspondence, 1944-1946. Though the majority of correspondence is personal in nature it presents insights into many different aspects of the military, including the urgent need for infantry, the relationship between officers and enlisted soldiers, life as a soldier, and Nabors's experiences as a female serving in the military.
Judith Bullock Nisbet Collection
Eleanor Neeva Northcott Collection
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 13 April 1999; a poster with the phrase "Ah...At Last!", circa 1942-1945.
Yona Owens Collection
Ruth Kent Petker Collection
The collection includes a 1999 December oral history and a photograph of Petker in Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services (WAVES) uniform, circa 1943.
Lillian M. Pimlott Collection
Eleanor Rigney Collection
The collection includes The Havelock newsletters, photographs, military papers, biographical materials, Identification Tag, 1943; Good Conduct Medal,1946; Patches,1943-1946; Ribbons, 1943-1946; "Ruptured Duck" Discharge Pin, 1946.
Irja Miriam Ripatte Scrapbook
Scrapbook with Waves service photographs; newspaper clippings , circa 1942-1943; Headshot of Irja Miriam Ripatte wearing a WAVES service dress blue uniform and soft brimmed enlisted cap, not dated.
Patricia Ann Roney Collection
Patricia Ann Roney (1923-1994?), of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service) from 1944-1946. Included in this collection are Roney's scrapbook and diary.
Eunice M. Rountree Photographs
The collection includes 2 photographs, circa 1942-1945.