Women in war
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Includes works related to women, their participation, and their work during wars.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 197
Scope and Contents The Amelia Earhart movietone film is a 25 minute documentary television episode created by David Wolper for the Biography series (1961-1963). The film documents Amelia Earhart's life (1897-1937) including her upbringing and family, accomplishments in the field of aviation, and disappearance. It includes archival footage of Earhart, significant moments that occured during her life such as women gaining the right to vote and World War I, and her rise in the field of aviation including...
Dates: March 25, 1962
Collection — Box Communal Collections 66, Placement: 09
Identifier: MSA 370
Scope and Contents The collection contains several clippings, pamphlets and announcements belonging to Mary Lou Schiltz, who was a Home Economics student at Purdue during World War Two. Of particular interest are materials relating to the experiences of women students during this time, including: program material for the Work to Win Conference that was compulsory for women students, an article about the RCA engineering cadette program that was modeled after the Curtiss-Wright Cadettes, and other articles...
Dates: 1942 - 1943