57 items in this album on 3 pages.

Hazel Lee posing with a biplane, circa 1930sBetty Gillies posing besides an aircraft, date unknownCelia Hunter in the cockpit of a P-47 fighter, date unknownCornelia Fort posing with a PT-19 aircraft, date unknown
Hazel Lee posing with a biplane, circa 1930sBetty Gillies posing besides an aircraft, date unknownCelia Hunter in the cockpit of a P-47 fighter, date unknownCornelia Fort posing with a PT-19 aircraft, date unknown
Jackie Cochran in the cockpit of P-40 Warhawk fighter, circa 1942-1945Portrait of Mildred Axton, date unknownWASP pilot Deanie (Bishop) Parrish in front of her P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft, circa early 1940sNewspaper photo of US Army Air Force Chief of Transport Command, Major General Harold George, congratulating Nancy Harkness Love on her appointment to head the Women’s Auxiliary Ferry Squadron (WAFS), Sep 1942
Jackie Cochran in the cockpit of P-40 Warhawk fighter, circa 1942-1945Portrait of Mildred Axton, date unknownWASP pilot Deanie (Bishop) Parrish in front of her P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft, circa early 1940sNewspaper photo of US Army Air Force Chief of Transport Command, Major General Harold George, congratulating Nancy Harkness Love on her appointment to head the Women’s Auxiliary Ferry Squadron (WAFS), Sep 1942
22-year-old WASP pilot Shirley Slade in her flying helmet, goggles, and gloves, 1943. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.Eveyln Sharp (center) with other WASP pilots, 1943Hazel Lee in WASP service, 1943-1944Jackie Cochran in uniform, circa 1943
22-year-old WASP pilot Shirley Slade in her flying helmet, goggles, and gloves, 1943. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.Eveyln Sharp (center) with other WASP pilots, 1943Hazel Lee in WASP service, 1943-1944Jackie Cochran in uniform, circa 1943
Nancy Harkness Love posing in front of a PT-19A trainer aircraft, 1942-43. Note WAFS patch on her jacket (forerunner of the WASPs).WAFS pilots Barbara London (in cockpit) and Evelyn Sharp, 1942-1944WASP pilot Catherine Vail Bridge standing in front of a P-38 Lightning, date and location unknown.WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945
Nancy Harkness Love posing in front of a PT-19A trainer aircraft, 1942-43. Note WAFS patch on her jacket (forerunner of the WASPs).WAFS pilots Barbara London (in cockpit) and Evelyn Sharp, 1942-1944WASP pilot Catherine Vail Bridge standing in front of a P-38 Lightning, date and location unknown.WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945
WASP pilot Florene Watson seated in a P-51D Mustang, date and location unknown.WASP pilot Violet Wierzbicki on the wing of a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, 1943. Location unknown.Autographed copy of a posed photo of WAFS pilot Florene Watson with an AT-6 Texan, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, Feb 1943WASP cadets Leonora Anderson and Mildred Axton show off the oversized and ill-fitting jump suits provided to the WASP program, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, May 1943.
WASP pilot Florene Watson seated in a P-51D Mustang, date and location unknown.WASP pilot Violet Wierzbicki on the wing of a Vultee BT-13 Valiant, 1943. Location unknown.Autographed copy of a posed photo of WAFS pilot Florene Watson with an AT-6 Texan, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States, Feb 1943WASP cadets Leonora Anderson and Mildred Axton show off the oversized and ill-fitting jump suits provided to the WASP program, Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, May 1943.

57 items in this album on 3 pages.



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