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Card #  Author/Title

111  "The Navy Takes to the Air-Waves" Yank 1943
112  "The Month - Distaff Service" New Horizons 1943
113  "Mrs. Victory" New Horizons 1943
114  "Fleet-Feminine Army" New Horizons 1943
115  "Trans Atlantic - Lady Lindy's" New Horizons 1943
116  "Trans Atlantic - The Women" New Horizons 1942
117  "Transpacific - 'West Coast Invasion'" New Horizons 1942
118  "Transport - Women at War" New Horizons 1942
119  "Transport - Traffic at War" New Horizons 1942
120  "Transatlantic - Respect for Women" New Horizons 1942
121   Bradley, La Verne, "Women in Uniform" Nat.'l Geographic  1944
122   "Distinctive Indications of Women in Armed Forces" Nat'l Geographic 1944
123   Collins, Helen F. "Fifinella and Friends" Nov News 1977
124   "This Month..." New Horizons 1942
125   "Blonde First"  New Horizons 1942
126   Stuart, John. "The WASP" Flying 1944
127   Selby, Barbara "The Fifinellas" Flying 1943
128   Hays, Idell D. "The WAMS" Flying 1943
129   Slack, Gene "Tennesse's [[Tennessee's]] Air Women" Flying 1943
130   Hancock, Joy B. "The Waves" Flying 1943
131   Radford, Arthur W. "CPT and the Navy" Flying 1943
132   Anderson, Karen: Wartime Women: Sex Roles, Family Relations... 1981
133   Ross, Gloria D. "Sisters of the Sky" Airmen 1985
134   "Military Flight Nurses Eligible for New Award" CAF Dispatch 1985
135   Halliday, E.M. "WAACG - The Corps Completes its First Year" Yank 1943
136   Patterson, Elois, Memoirs of the late Bessie Coleman... 1969
137   Roosevelt,Eleanor "Flying is Fun" Collier's 1939
138   Cochran, Jacqueline "A Woman's Views on Aviation" Consolideter 1940
139   Women in Aircraft Engineering. Chance Vought [1943]
140   Bright, Charles D. The Jet Makers 1978
141   Barger, Harold  The Transportation Industryes [[Industries]]: ... 1951
142   Miller, Ronald and David Sowers. The Technical Development of Modern Aviation 1968
143   Aircraft Industries Association of America, Inc.: Aviation Facts and Figures 1945



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