United States. Navy -- History
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes the 1949 United States Navy publication United States Submarine Losses; the 1947 book While So Serving; a December 1944 copy of The American; a 17 May;1945 Navy Department press release The United States Franklin Comes Home; copies of The Service Book of Scripture and Prayer and A Prayer Book for Soldiers and Sailors; and The New Testament; and a Admiral Chester W. Nimitz ribbon pin.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 6 April 1999; various letters of correspondence, October 1945-October 1947; various photographs of Gunn's Navy WAVES service, circa 1945.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 4 February 1999; a photograph of Gwyn in WAVES uniform, 1943; blue cord uniform jacket and matching skirt, circa 1950s; Navy uniform jacket and skirt, circa 1950s; black tie; a hat.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 18 February 1999; various photographs of Haggard's service with the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES), 1943-1944; various military publications, including materials on the ship USS Tulagi, 1942-1943; various textiles; 10 patches and 2 cap devices.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 26 April 1999; various photographs of Hall's WAVES service, undated; a newspaper clipping featuring Hall's overseas service, April 1946.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 22 April 2016; a Retirement Ceremony program, 9 April 2022.
The collection includes a "My Life in the Service" Diary.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 11 February 2000; various correspondence, 1941-1945; various newspaper clippings, 1942-1946; photographs and 16 artist color renderings of Coolangatta, Queensland/Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 11 July 1999; various Navy military papers, 1944-1946; a portrait photograph of Moore in Navy WAVES uniform, circa 1945; a transcription from "Virginia Society Dames in the Military," 1991.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 23 April 1999; various photographs of Hickcox’s Navy WAVES service, circa 1944; various postcards with pictures of U.S. Naval Training School buildings, undated.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 26 January 1999.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 18 March 1999; various photographs of Hobbins WAVES service and with Dorion Tam, a man she "Freed to Fight" in Hawaii, 1945-1997.
Mary Laura Horner served in the U.S. Navy WAVES during World War II. Horner attended boot camp at the U.S. Naval Training School in the Bronx, New York. The collection includes her recruitment papers and documents of religious services held at the Training School.
The collection includes 3 photograph copies of Johnson in uniform during her training in Washington, D.C., circa 1952; 3 photograph copies of Johnson's husband, Gene, circa 1953; an 8 June 2001 oral history transcript.
The collection includes a copy of Navy discharge papers, 1945; photographs of Olene in casual clothes and uniform, circa 1943-45.
Shelley Witzke Kirk (b. 1963), of Bethesda, Maryland, served in the United States Navy from 1981-2005.
The collection includes a 2016 February oral history transcript.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 2 December 1999; "As You Were" magazine, 1994; Navy WAVES book by Elizabeth Allen Butler, 1988; Naval Reserve Midshipman's school song sheet copy; WAVES Sing-A-Long booklet from 50th Anniversary Celebration, circa 1992; photographs of Kuehn in WAVES uniform and gathering with local WAVES group, circa 1944.
Shirley Ann Thacker Lewis (b. 1938) of Greensboro, North Carolina, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) from 1961 to 1965.
This collection includes 29 February 2008 oral history transcript; Official Navy paperwork.
April 2006 oral history transcript; Buttons; Cap devices (2); Dog tags; Japanese pin and spoon; Nametags; National Defense medal and ribbon; Pin-on ranks: first lieutenant; major; lieutenant colonel; Plaques (oversize Box 3);Wooden box with United States Navy seal and dates of service engraved; and 1650 slides of Japan, Taipei, Thailand, and the Philippines; taken 1963-1964.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 27 May 1999; a New York Times article titled, "New Army Nurses Depart for Camp"; various photographs of Lucke during and after serving with the Army Nurse Corps in the Philippines and Tokyo, 1945-1946.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 23 March 2003; various photographs of Lutz's Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency (WAVES) Navy, 1943-1945; personal correspondence during her WAVES service, 1943-1944, along with Navy papers and newspaper clippings, 1943-2003; DVD video interview by Bob Gaines "The Vanishing Generation."
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 2 December 1999; a photograph of Malcolm in Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES) uniform, circa 1954.
The collection includes 2 folders of correspondence from Rose Male to her family in Schenectady, New York, December 1944-February 1946.
The collection includes a scrapbook, 1944-1946, 1958; Insignia Patches, circa 1944-1946; WAVES 25th National Convention Charm, 1967.
The collection includes a 6 March 2002 oral history transcript; an official photograph of Martinez in Navy summer white uniform, circa 1992; a photograph of Martinez posing outside a building, circa 1992; photograph of her posing with Marine Corporal, circa 1994; personal correspondence to mother, circa 1992; a copy of Navy leave and earnings statements, 1992; a Certificate for Crossing Equator located in WVPH Oversize Box 2, circa 1992.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 9 January 1999; 2 Navy WAVES publications, 1946; a photograph of Mattson in uniform, circa 1941-1945; a victory medal; an American Campaign medal.
The collection contains letters written by Mead to her parents throughout her military career, as well as during the mid-1950s. Photographs in the collection include images of Meade, her friends in the WAVES and U.S. Navy, and Naval Air Station Seattle.
The collection includes an Air Navigation student workbook, December 1945; a training syllabus for Air Navigation course, December 1945; various photographs during and after Mendenhall's WAVES service, 1943-1991; a Flying Trainer handbook, May 1943; various procedure papers, undated; an oral history transcript, including audio cassette tape, 28 May 1999.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 2 October 2019; various scanned photographs of Miyo's Navy Reserve service, circa 2007-2014.
The collection includes two letter booklets written by Mullan while in basic training at Northampton, Massachusetts in September 1944.
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.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 13 April 1999; a poster with the phrase "Ah...At Last!", circa 1942-1945.
The collection includes a 1999 December oral history and a photograph of Petker in Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Services (WAVES) uniform, circa 1943.
This collection includes February 2020 oral history transcript, photograph album, retirement program.
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.
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 (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.
The collection includes 2 photographs, circa 1942-1945.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 14 June 2005; various photographs of Viola during her service with the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service), 1943-1966; various newspaper clippings featuring Viola or military related articles, 1971, 1999-2005; letters written to Viola that honor her work and career.
The collection includes 2 photographs of Schuck in uniform, circa 1943 to 1946; personal correspondence, 1942 December to 1947 July 4; Navy WAVES Newsletter, circa 1944; Conning Tower United States Naval Training School publication, circa 1944; Freemason Newsletter Ohio, circa 1944; and various newspaper clippings, 1943.