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    • Woman in mailroom

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    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from the "High Point Enterprise" detailing the career of Enola Mixon, who became the first woman and first African-American postmaster in High Point, North Carolina
    • City postmaster set for transfer

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    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article describes Enola Mixon's move from High Point to the postion of field director of the United States Postal Service in Northern Virginia.
    • [Photograph of Enola Mixon with Rev. Jessie Jackson]

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    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This undated photograph shows Enola Mixon with the Reverend Jackson, probably in Greensboro. Reverend Jackson was student body president of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University during the 1963 Civil Rights protests in...
    • [Group photograph]

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    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Enola Mison is third from right in this group photograph. Betty Cone is on far right.
    • Soldier list

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    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A list of mailing addresses for various soldiers at bases throughout the American South during World War I. The last page features a prayer for soldiers.
    • [Secretaries' Garden, Alumnae House]

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    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Close-up photograph of the sign indicating that the Secretaries' Garden is a gift from the Class of 1919 of the North Carolina College for Women (NCCW). The beautiful boxwood and English-style garden was created to honor the alumnae secretaries who...
    • [Women marching]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • Photograph of the WAAC (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) marching, Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
    • [Parade grounds, Fort Des Moines]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • Caption on back of photograph:"Parade grounds, Fort Des Moines" Possibly WAACs (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) walking across the parade grounds at Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
    • [WAACs]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • WAACs (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) sitting in the field.
    • [WAACs in the field]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • WAACs (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) Caption on back of photograph:"'messing in the field' in the middle of October"
    • [WAACs out in the field]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • WAACs (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) in the field. A tent can be seen in the background.
    • [WAACs training in the field]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • WAACs (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps)are possibly listening to training instructions in the field.
    • [The barracks]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • Caption on back of photograph reads "The Barracks at Fort Des Moines, Iowa."
    • [Adeline Sears LaPlante posing with recruitment poster]

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    • WV0395 Adeline Sears LaPlante Papers, 1942-1945
    • Adeline Sears LaPlante, wearing WAACs[Women's Auxiliary Army Corps] wool overcoat for officers with the winter cap with the officers WAAC eagle insignia, posing next to a WAACs recruitment poster.

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