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The papers of Harriet Irene Oaks Lucy contain correspondence, military orders, clippings, insignia, photographs, etc., documenting her service in the United States Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service). Also included are letters from her aunt and uncle, Irene and William Voy, containing local and family news, as well as accounts of Irene's declining health relating to diagnoses of breast cancer and pernicious anemia.
Personal papers of Adele Siegel Rosenfeld, teacher and poet, document her courtship and marriage, children, and relationship with her family.
Correspondence and photographs of Antoinette N. Spruyt, rancher and farmer.
Papers of Jane Barton include documents relating to her service with the Navy WAVES during World War II and subsequent service in the United States Naval Reserve. Other material relates to her civilian life as a publicity agent for radio performers in the 1940s, and as a program director for the New York State Radio-Television-Motion Picture Bureau.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, uniform, and ephemera documenting Katherine Keene's service as a member of the Women's Army Corps (WACs) attached to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II.
Correspondence, drafts of an autobiography, records of service in the Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service (WAVES) and U.S. Navy, photographs, and other papers of U.S. Navy Captain Winifred Quick Collins
Minutes, reports, directives, etc., of the United States Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services, as well as biographies and photographs of women in the armed services, recruiting literature, etc.
By-laws, correspondence, financial records, minutes, reports, conference material, grants, programs and projects, publications, photographs, etc., of the Women's Resource & Education Institute, an independent nonprofit organization providing information, research, and policy analysis to members of Congress and state and local officials.