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    • Oral history interview with Doris Wilson, 2007

    • 2007-03-08
    • Primarily covers Doris Dickens (Hoye) Wilson's service in the WAAC (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) and the WAC (Women's Army Corps) during WWII, and her education and career following the war.

      Wilson discusses life during the Depression; her...
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Oral history interview with Edna Wilson, 2006

    • 2006-07-19
    • Primarily documents Edna Wilson's service in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve during World War II and the impact of her service on the rest of her life.

      Wilson provides a brief overview of her childhood residences and education, and her...
    • WV0355 Edna Smith Wilson Oral History
    • [Doris Dickens Wilson and soldier in Wilmington, circa 1942]

    • 1942
    • Doris Dickens Wilson, in civilian clothing, and a soldier holds hands outside of the house at 619 Market Street in Wilmington, circa 1942. Wilson indicates it was her "home away from home."
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Oral history interview with Lee Wilson

    • 2010-02-17
    • Lee Wilson tells of her life in Las Vegas, Nevada, early education, and service in the United States Army Women's Army Corps [WAC] and Army National Guard.

      Lee Wilson tells of her life in Las Vegas, Nevada, early education, and service in...
    • WV0449 Lee Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson and fellow WAAC, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • Doris Dickens Wilson (left), in WAAC winter uniform with Hobby hat and gloves, stands beside a WAAC nicknamed "Tennessee" who wears the WAAC overcoat, at Fort Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1943.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson in gas mask, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • Doris Wilson wearing her gas mask, circa 1944. She notes that "those gas masks hid all your worst features!"
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Portrait of Doris Wilson, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • Portrait of Doris Dickens Wilson as a corporal, wearing her army uniform with Hobby hat. The photo indicates her pay went from $21 a month to $36.00 a month when she made corporal.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson in St. Louis, 1942]

    • 1942
    • Doris Dickens Wilson seated on a wall overlooking the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1942.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson on KP duty, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • Doris Dickens Wilson holds a broom while lifting the lid of a garbage can, part of her Kitchen Patrol duties. Photo identification indicates she was wearing her fatigue uniform.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Dicken Wilson in front of military vehicle, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • Doris Dickens Wilson, in civilian clothing, stands in front of military vehicle that transportation of the 63rd Signal Corps in Wilmington, North Carolina. The vehicle appears to be parked on a residential street
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson and three fellow WACs, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • Doris Dickens Wilson (third from left) and three fellow WACs, all wearing overcoats and Hobby hats and gloves, stand outside barracks, circa 1944.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson and naval officer, 1943]

    • 1943-08
    • Doris Dickens Wilson sits on the ground in Boston Common beside her date, a navy officer, in August 1943.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Doris Wilson, 1943]

    • 1943
    • Formal portrait of Doris Dickens Wilson in WAC uniform, taken while she was stationed at Fort Devens, Massaschusetts, between May and September of 1943.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers

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