158 items in this album on 8 pages.

WAVES Parachute Rigger 3rd Class Lorna Peterson climbing out of a N2S training plane after her orientation flight with Lieutenant (jg) Keith W. Sharer, Ottumwa, Iowa, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES personnel bowling, circa 1944WAVES personnel receiving mail from Postmistress Mrs. Jan Phillips, circa 1944WAVES personnel washing a SNJ training aircraft, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note SNB aircraft in background
WAVES Parachute Rigger 3rd Class Lorna Peterson climbing out of a N2S training plane after her orientation flight with Lieutenant (jg) Keith W. Sharer, Ottumwa, Iowa, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES personnel bowling, circa 1944WAVES personnel receiving mail from Postmistress Mrs. Jan Phillips, circa 1944WAVES personnel washing a SNJ training aircraft, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note SNB aircraft in background
WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Eleanor Fern Hancock and Seaman 2nd Class Nelda Jeanne Roark hunting near the Yeoman Training School, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Sally Kaufman of yeoman school of Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States de-tasseling corn stalks in a state seed corn field, circa 1944; she was helping during wartime labor shortageWAVES Seaman Anna Carlson at the Naval Training School, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, during WW2WAVES Seamen 2nd Class Elaine Olsen and Ted Snow learning how to take down a radial aircraft engine block, Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States, date unknown
WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Eleanor Fern Hancock and Seaman 2nd Class Nelda Jeanne Roark hunting near the Yeoman Training School, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Sally Kaufman of yeoman school of Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States de-tasseling corn stalks in a state seed corn field, circa 1944; she was helping during wartime labor shortageWAVES Seaman Anna Carlson at the Naval Training School, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, during WW2WAVES Seamen 2nd Class Elaine Olsen and Ted Snow learning how to take down a radial aircraft engine block, Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States, date unknown
WAVES Specialist (P) 3rd Class saluting near the Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC, United States, during WW2; note the cherry blossoms, indicating the photograph was taken in the springWAVES Specialist (Y) 2nd Class Janna Hoffman and Specialist (Y) Helen Lu Dooley handling control tower duties at Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Specialist (Y) 3rd Class Doris M. Rolph signaling aircraft with a control tower signal lamp, Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Specialist 2nd Class Jane Rockman using a control tower signal lamp to flash landing instructions to an incoming plane, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1943-1945
WAVES Specialist (P) 3rd Class saluting near the Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC, United States, during WW2; note the cherry blossoms, indicating the photograph was taken in the springWAVES Specialist (Y) 2nd Class Janna Hoffman and Specialist (Y) Helen Lu Dooley handling control tower duties at Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Specialist (Y) 3rd Class Doris M. Rolph signaling aircraft with a control tower signal lamp, Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945WAVES Specialist 2nd Class Jane Rockman using a control tower signal lamp to flash landing instructions to an incoming plane, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1943-1945
WAVES students on parade, Naval Training School, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, during WW2WAVES trainee tucking in her bedding at in her quarters at a Naval Training Center in the United States, circa 1943-1945WAVES Yeoman 2nd Class Ann G. Fee of the US Navy Bureau of Supplies and Accounts wrapped Christmas presents for Navy and Marine Corps convalescents at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Maryland, United StaWAVES personnel debarking a bus at Naval Air Station, Banana River, Florida, United States, 21 Feb 1944
WAVES students on parade, Naval Training School, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, during WW2WAVES trainee tucking in her bedding at in her quarters at a Naval Training Center in the United States, circa 1943-1945WAVES Yeoman 2nd Class Ann G. Fee of the US Navy Bureau of Supplies and Accounts wrapped Christmas presents for Navy and Marine Corps convalescents at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Maryland, United StaWAVES personnel debarking a bus at Naval Air Station, Banana River, Florida, United States, 21 Feb 1944
WAVES Aviation MachinistWAVES trainee leaning on a mop while cleaning her barracks at a Naval Training Center in the United States, circa early 1944US Navy personnel Evalyne Olsen, Anna Welch, Harold Howey, and Jackie Welch on a boat while on leave, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944US Navy personnel Harold Howey, Evalyne Olsen, Anna Welsh, and Jackie Welsh at a public park in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944
WAVES Aviation Machinist's Mates working on a SNJ training aircraft, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, United States, 5 Mar 1944WAVES trainee leaning on a mop while cleaning her barracks at a Naval Training Center in the United States, circa early 1944US Navy personnel Evalyne Olsen, Anna Welch, Harold Howey, and Jackie Welch on a boat while on leave, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944US Navy personnel Harold Howey, Evalyne Olsen, Anna Welsh, and Jackie Welsh at a public park in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944

158 items in this album on 8 pages.



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