United States -- Army -- Women's Army Corps
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains one typed three page letter written by Sgt. Wynona L. Boober, WAC to Josephine during the Second World War. Also included is one obituary of Wynona Boober Aldrich.
This collection contains four letters, including one V-Mail, to Anna and Ernest George "E.G." Freed during the Second World War. Two letters were written by Sgt. Mildred Jaeger neé Huff, WAC, one by PFC Nick Paluka, USA (V-Mail), and one by Lt. Lloyd G. Huff, USA.
This collection contains sixteen correspondence that Eugene J. Kamprath received during the Korean War. The letters were written by Eugene's, PFC Albert D. Flowerday, USA and PFC Edward H.erman Sautter, USA.
This collection contains correspondence between John P. Malbrain and his wife Jeanne, along with other members of both their respective families, during the Second World War.
This series contains correspondence from Corporal Jeanne Malbrain to her husband John Malbrain. In her letters, Jeanne discusses her life at Fort Myer, Virginia, during her time in the Women's Army Corps. She talks about her work cooking for the men on the base as well as her training and her relationships with the other personnel on the base, including an ongoing feud she seems to have had with another woman about the quality of Jeanne's cooking.
This collection contains material donated by Frances Stephanie Szalay from her time in service in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) during and after the Second World War.