World War, 1939-1945 -- Women
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Dog trainer and breeder. Small collection of material from Erlanger's work with war dogs during World War II, including correspondence, photographs, citations, and books on dog training.
World War II nurse. Six World War II scrapbooks, including clippings, postcards, brochures, and typed letters home from England and France, where she served as a nurse, circa 1943-45.
Red Cross official; Relief worker, World War II; Refugee relief organizer, Vietnam; and President, International Women's Association, Vietnam. The papers document the lives of women in Korea; in Germany after World War II; and in Vietnam, as well as orphanages, and refugees. Material includes correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia; approximately one quarter of the collection is in German, and some is in Vietnamese, Korean, and French.
The collection contains the personal papers, artworks, photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings of Gertrude "Trudy" Feiss, illustrator and artist. Particularly well represented are Feiss' time at Smith and her service in the Marines.
Photographs of YWCA programs and facilities in Great Britain during World War II. The YWCA of Great Britain, a "beneficiary of the World Emergency Fund of the YWCA of the USA," had programs for women in the military, women conducting relief work, and generally for women in Great Britain affected by the war. Photographs include mobil units, YWCA club programs,relief work, and visits from Mrs. Churchill, Queen Elizabeth, and Princess Elizabeth.
Photographs of YWCA of the USA workers abroad during and after World War II.
Photographs of YWCA war service centers during World War II. The centers served civilian and military women working and stationed abroad.