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1944

United States. Internal Revenue Service

Withholding receipt for income tax (W-2)

Washington (D.C.) - Duplicate withholding receipt (Form W-2) for income tax withheld on wages for Maida L. Riggs for her work for the American Red Cross during World War II in 1944. She made $1,800 during the calendar year 1944.

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Oct. 31

Breyer, Emma

Memorandum from Emma Breyer to Don Momand

England - Report combined with letter handwritten by Maida Riggs, probably to her family, describes the resourcefulness of Army men, the inconvenience the American Red Cross clubmobiles being run by batteries that are incompatible with anything the Army uses, bicycling around Salisbury with Jean, how British officers viewed the American Red Cross clubmobile workers, and other daily activities. Certain words are... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Nov. 6

Breyer, Emma

Memorandum from Emma Breyer to Don Momand

England - Report combined with letter handwritten by Maida Riggs, probably to her family. Describes stretching rations and the hunger of troops who had been in battle for days and unable to forage, as well as leisure time for an American Red Cross worker in England during World War II. Letter has certain words redacted either by a black line drawn through them or by cutting the word out of the page, and has no ... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Nov. 6

Breyer, Emma

Memorandum from Emma Breyer to Don Momand

England - Report combined with letter handwritten by Maida Riggs, probably to her family. Describes the leisure time of an American Red Cross working in England during World War II. Maida describes having to sneak into a Christmas dance with Jean and her date for the Army because she did not have a date. Letter has certain words redacted by cutting them out of the page or with a thick black line drawn through t... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Sept. 23

London County Council

Driving licence

London (England) - License issued to Riggs for driving "motor vehicles of groups I and III," defined in the list of regulations, valid until September 22, 1944. Enabled Riggs to drive a clubmobile vehicle (truck or bus) or a motorbike. Includes stamped notice "Visitor to Great Britain." Small hardcover booklet, not all blank pages scanned.

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Oct. 18

Overturf, Jean M.

Memorandum from Jean M. Overturf to Don Momand

England - Describes a dead battery in the clubmobile, the process of getting it repaired, and attempting to visit their Captain Ruth Kniep who was under guard at a hospital. Also details first experience of serving troops in the field, daily life of working in a clubmobile for the American Red Cross in England during World War II. The report is written by typewriter, but has many lines crossed out with much sho... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1943 Nov. 29

Overturf, Jean M.

Memorandum from Jean M. Overturf to Don Momand

England - Letter discusses what American Armed Forces call "Englanditis" and the daily life of working on a clubmobile for the American Red Cross in England during World War II. She describes a lively scene where a crew of GIs joins forces with their clubmobile, the "Minneapolis," so the food and drink would flow smoothly, and another in which their clubmobile broke so they had to borrow another crew, and serve... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1944 Jan. 3

Overturf, Jean M.

Memorandum from Jean M. Overturf to Don Momand

England - Describes a donut disaster in Clubmobile "Minneapolis," the hard yet unappreciated work of American Red Cross working in England during World War II, the introduction of a nighttime baker to the clubmobile, and their daily routines. Certain words are redacted by either cutting them out from the page or with a thick black line drawn through them.

Maida L. Riggs Papers

2008 Apr. 11

Riggs, Maida L.

Maida L. Riggs oral history with Tonia Sutherland

Amherst (Mass.) - Interview with Maida Leonard Riggs (b. 1915) regarding Red Cross service during the Second World War based in England and France and in post-war occupation of Germany; women in the war zone; caring for the wounded.

Maida Riggs Papers

1944 Dec.

Riggs, Maida L.

Letter from Maida Riggs to Riggs family

Paris (France) - Letter written from "Paris hospital" describes family matters, presents sent to Maida's family in the mail, hopes that perfume sent via air mail arrives intact, and a change in her upcoming work. Letter is written on the American Red Cross Form 2247 stationery and has no formal salutation.

Maida L. Riggs Papers