World War, 1939-1945 -- War work -- United States
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes a portrait photograph of Bourgeois in uniform, circa 1944-1946; an oral history transcript, 12 May 2010.
This collection includes "Service Diary U.S. Army, Daytona Beach, Florida" is printed on the cover. Bratt added her name and "2nd W.A.A.C. T.C." Entries begin on 27 March 1943. The diary includes pages for general identification, listing "My Buddies" while in the service, "Officers you have met," and many other subjects related to time in basic training.
The collection contains photographs; honorable discharge papers; correspondence from Charpentier to her children in Nashua, New Hampshire; and copies of correspondence and photographs.
Geneva Spratt Craig (b. 1919), of Dysartsville, North Carolina, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) from 1943 to 1946.
This collection includes an oral history transcript, 18 November 2010; various scanned photographs.
The collection includes an oral history transcript, 3 March 1999; newspaper article from the "610 Project: The Special Devices Association," circa 1946.
Ava Honeycutt of Anson County, North Carolina, served in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service) during WWII.
This collection includes an oral history transcript, 22 November 2008; Hand-colored portrait photograph of Ava Caudle Honeycutt,circa 1944.
Anita May Gahn Keller (1923-2011), of St. Louis, Missouri, and Washington, D.C., served as a civilian in the Air Transport Command and Signal Corps from 1942 to 1946.
The collection includes a 11 January 2000 oral history transcript; photographs of Anita in uniform with friend and mother in Miami, 1943.
Margarette S. Miller was the cousin of trumpeter Phyllis Widener, who played in Freddie Shaffer's Victory Sweetheart's All-Girl Band, which played for military bases and hospitals as part of the United Service Organization's camp shows during World War II. This scrapbook includes postcards, photographs, correspondence, newspapers advertisements and other memorabilia.