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  • Veteran's biography: Wilmington
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    • [369th Station Hospital, Saipan, 1944]

    • 1944
    • A servicewoman walks past two temporary structures, one serving as the Personnel Section for the 369th Station Hospital in Saipan, in fall 1944. The road that runs past the structure is muddy due to rainy season precipitation.
    • WV0328 Lucy Slade Libby Papers
    • [A couple cut their wedding cake, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • A couple who has just been married cut their wedding cake while the servicemen and women in attendance look on, taken at Camp Davis, North Carolina, circa 1944. Lucy Slade Libby (right, in white ARC uniform with nurses' cap) served as the bride's...
    • WV0328 Lucy Slade Libby Papers
    • [Army nurses aboard U.S.S. Sitka, 1946]

    • 1946
    • Lucy Slade Libby (front) and three other servicewomen sit on the deck of the U.S.S. Sitka in early 1946. Libby wears a civilian bikini and ANC shoes.
    • WV0328 Lucy Slade Libby Papers
    • [Army officers at Red Cross Club, 1946]

    • 1946
    • Lt. Carmen Penta, Lt. Jane Brister (center), and Maj. Isrin sit at a table with donuts and coffee in the American Red Cross Club at the European Theater Intelligence School (ETIS) in Oberammergau, Germany, in Fall 1946. According to the back of...
    • WV0115 Jane Gail Brister Papers, 1943-1988, 1999
    • [Assignment orders, 1942]

    • 1942-10-01
    • Special Order 159 lists the temporary duty assignments of WAACs along with transportation and ration information. The WAACs listed are leaving either Wilmington or Charlotte for Ft. Des Moines, Iowa, by October 16, 1942.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Beds outside during barracks move, circa 1942]

    • 1942
    • Marian Hagen sits on one of the beds lined up outside the new barracks into which WACs were moving in Wilmington, NC, circa 1942. The beds are in disarray with mattresses, pillows, and blankets generally thrown on top of the frames. A white, long,...
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [Camp King WAC Detatchment, circa 1952]

    • 1952
    • Picture of four new members of the WAC Detatchment at Camp King in Oberursel, Germany, circa 1952. The three WACs on the right are wearing the taupe Hattie Carnegie uniform, while the fourth is in a taupe field jacket.
    • WV0115 Jane Gail Brister Papers, 1943-1988, 1999
    • [Company 19, 21st WAC Regiment, 1944]

    • 1944-06-10
    • Ethel Palma and the 19th Company of the 21st Regiment pose at the the Third WAC Training Center at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, on June 10, 1944.
    • WV0022 Ethel LeBlanc Palma Papers
    • [Constance Cline Phillips, 1945]

    • 1945
    • Portrait of Constance Cline Phillips in WAC uniform taken in Des Moines, Iowa, during basic training in Spring 1945.
    • WV0082 Constance Cline Phillips Papers
    • [Diagram of WAC locker and contents, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • Hand-drawn diagram of the bottom section and tray of a WAC foot locker, with a list of wall locker contents and shoes. Also contains instructions on preparing bunk for Saturday inspections.
    • 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 Dickens Wilson and sisters at US Capitol Building, 1944]

    • 1944
    • Anne Dickens Kaasmann (left) and Grace Dickens Ewing (right) stand in front of the U.S. Capitol Building while visiting their sister Doris Dicken Hoyle Wilson in Washington, D.C., in the summer of 1944.
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • [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

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