185 results found for: subject:"World War, 1939-1945--Women"

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1944 May 25

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances and George Lauman

Henderson Hall (Arlington, Va.) - Letter to parents discussing family matters and Mary's weekly life at Henderson Hall in Arlington Virginia. Uniform, food, visiting Arlington Village, and discussing furlough. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps stationery with added note, "I'm not back here, just using up the paper."

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 May 11

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to George and Frances Lauman

Henderson Hall (Arlington, Va.) - Letter to parents discussing family matters, Arlington village in Virginia, getting a hair treatment, and going shopping on her day off. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps stationery.

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 June 5

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances and George Lauman

Henderson Hall (Arlington, Va.) - Letter to parents regarding family matters, attending an Evangelical church in Arlington Virginia, and daily life as a female marine at Henderson Hall. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps stationery with header, "Second Headquarters Battalion/ Henderson Hall/ Arlington, Virginia"

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1945 Dec. 10

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances and Sancie Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to mother and sister, called Sancie, discusses social and daily life, and her relationship with Gordon. Typed on 2-hole-punched plain paper with handwritten note at the end.

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1945 Nov. 2

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to mother discusses night at Quantico, Ruthie's baby and other family matters, the end of her relationship with Gordon, and her desire to leave. Typewritten on lined paper.

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 May 7

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to George and Frances Lauman

Henderson Hall (Arlington, Va.) - Letter to parents regarding her time at "The Compound" in Henderson Hall in Arlington Virginia next to Arlington Cemetery. She works in the Personnel Department, and talks about her hair, family matters, and the Victory Garden. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps stationery with header, "Second Headquarters Battalion/ Henderson Hall/ Arlington, Virginia."

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 Mar. 30

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to mother regarding status of friends and family, Mary's options after camp and Classification Interviews end, the classes she is taking. Her friends think she should go to school, and she would like to be on the West Coast near Seattle. She would consider going out as an operations clerk in a control tower or to Aviation Supply School. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps Camp Lejeune sta... more

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 Sept. 30

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to Frances and George Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to parents discusses their automobile accident, taking a Spanish class, and family matters. Handwritten on blank stationery.

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 Mar. 23

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to George and Frances Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to parents describing a tough train ride to Camp Lejeune and sitting with the Recruitment Sergeant. Discusses the travel experience, first night, and getting settled. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps stationery.

Mary W. Lauman Papers

1944 Apr. 5

Lauman, Mary W.

Letter from Mary W. Lauman to George and Frances Lauman

Camp Lejeune (N.C.) - Letter to parents regarding a company talent show, family wedding, Camouflage Battalion, diet, military training and marching. The Colonel instructs them to write home weekly to boost home front morale. Mentions a map which is missing from letter. Handwritten on United States Marine Corps Camp Lejeune stationery.

Mary W. Lauman Papers