World War, 1939-1945--Participation, Female
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Papers of Dorothy Warren, administrative officer in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, and photographer.
Correspondence, speeches, photographs, etc., of Edith Nourse Rogers, Republican Congresswoman.
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.
Collection includes baby books; journalism class papers; correspondence; scrapbooks; military records; newspaper articles by and about Brown; oral history transcripts; and photographs documenting the life of journalist Nona Baldwin Brown.
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
Addenda to the papers of Hildegard E. Peplau, educator and psychiatric nurse, including biographical and personal material, correspondence, speeches, conference materials, writings, photographs, memorabilia, etc.
Transcripts, audiotapes, permissions, reports, and correspondence of the Radcliffe College Class of 1943 Oral History Project.
Bylaws, programs, minutes, reports, etc., of Cambridge Home Information Center, an educational organization offering courses in cooking and household management for middle-class homemakers.
Videotapes of interviews, marches, press conferences, etc., of the National Organization for Women, the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Personal account of Bertha Marie Strittmatter Clark's experiences as a member of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps.