Women and war.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Veterans History Project is an initiative of the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress that was created through an act of the United States Congress in 2000. The local efforts to interview and record veteran oral histories as a part of the Veterans History Project were taken up by several volunteers including this collection’s donor and Ypsilanti Rotary Club volunteer, William “Bill” Vollano and Eastern Michigan University Professor of History JoEllen Vinyard. For over a...
Dates: 2004 - 2020
Abstract Electa Jane (Jennie) Pease D'Ooge diaries and letters is an almost daily chronology from 1886-1937 of life in Ypsilanti, Michigan of the D'Ooge family. Electa Jane (Jennie) Pease was married to Benjamin D'Ooge the 25th of June 1885 and the couple moved to Ypsilanti, MI shortly after when Benjamin took a faculty position teaching Latin at the Michigan State Normal School. Chronicled in the diaries are the lives of the couples four children, Ida, Helen, Leonard,...
Dates: 1880 - 1920
Abstract The Lyla M. Spelbring collection documents the career of Ms. Spelbring in the armed services and as an occupational therapist and educator. Included in the collection are Award and Certificates, primarily of her work in the field of occupational therapy; a copy of her 1981 Dissertation to the University of Michigan; a Photographic biography created in 2011; Photographs of Spelbring in uniform; and an album of well wishes from her Retirement from Eastern Michigan University in 1984. Spelbring...
Dates: 1940 - 1989