3 finding aid(s) found containing the word(s) United States. Army. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps.

  1. Fox Movietone newsreel collection--World War II paper records, 1922-1946

    14,000 items. 37 containers plus 7 oversize. 16 linear feet. -- Moving Image Research Center, National Audio-Visual Conservation Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Cameramen’s dope sheets (detailed notes of stories filmed), continuity sheets (synopses of newsreels distributed to theaters), and turnovers (one sentence descriptions of each story filmed) from this major pioneer in the newsreel industry. Collection also contains other paper materials including telegrams, speeches, photographs, programs, and memoranda that provide details of the newsreels created by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Although the entire Fox Movietone newsreel collection spans 1916-1963, these materials document the World War II period.

  2. Oveta Culp Hobby papers, 1941-1997

    2,200 items. 11 containers plus 2 oversize. 4.4 linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Newspaper editor and publisher, director of the Women’s Army Corps, secretary of health, education, and welfare, and businesswoman. Correspondence, printed matter, and other papers relating to Hobby’s work during World War II as chief of the Women’s Interest Section of the Bureau of Public Relations in the War Department and as the first director of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps.

  3. Ann Cottrell Free papers, 1854-2018

    101,500 items. 289 containers plus 1 classified and 5 oversize. 120 linear feet. 343 digital files (1.66 GB). -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Journalist, author, environmentalist, and animal welfare advocate. Writings, oral history transcripts, and photographs in both physical and digital formats. Material in physical format also include correspondence, notebooks, diaries, newspaper clippings, research files, and printed matter. All primarily relate to Free’s journalistic career after 1940.

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