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00036  The Gals Come Through." Ryan Flying Reporter 5 (March 26, 1943): 7, 12.
00037  The Wafs Take Over." Ryan Flying Reporter 6 (July 30, 1943): 21.
00038  Monroe, Keith. "Women Artists Are Different." Ryan Flying Reporter 8 (August 11, 1944): 4-5.
00039  The Forgotten Woman." Ryan Flying Reporter 8 (December 2, 1944): 6-7, 21.
00040  Battle of the Sexes." Time. 43 (May 8, 1944): 68, 71.
00041  Unnecessary and Undesirable?" Time 43 (May 29, 1944): 66.
00042  Saved from Official Fate." Time 43 (April 3, 1944): 63-64.
00043  Home by Christmas." Time 44 (October 16, 1944): 68-69. 
00044  Fort, Cornelia. "At the twilight's last gleaming." Woman's Home Companion 70 (July 1943): 19.
00045  Roberts, Margot. "You Can't Keep Them Down." Woman's Hose Companion 71 (June 1944): 19, 91.
00046  You Can't Keep up with these Joneses." American Magazine CXXIV (December 1942): 88-89.
00047  Hellcat teasers." American Magazine CXXXVII (March 1944): 123.
00048  Girl Pilots: Air Force Trains Them at Avenger Field in Texas." Life 15 (July 19, 1943): 73-81.
00049  Feminine Fliers." Newsweek 18 (December 1, 1941): 45.
00050  Mrs. Love of the WAFS." Newsweek 20 (September 21, 1942): 46, 51.
00051  Evans, Ernestine. "The Sky's No Limit." Independent Woman 21 (November 1942): 326-328, 346.
00052  Eaves, Elsie. "Wanted: Women Engineers." Independent Woman 21 (May 1942): 132-133, 158-159.
00053  They Do Their Bit." Independent Woman 21 (March 1942): 68, 89.
00054  Now a Civil Air Patrol." Independent Woman 21 (January 1942): 44. 
00055  Arthur, Julietta K. "Now You Can Learn to Fly." Independent Woman 19 (October 1940): 320-321, 336.
00056  The Alleged Weaker Sex." Independent Woman 19 (October 1940): 316.
00057  Arthur, Julietta K. "Airways to Earning." Independent woman 19 (February 1940): 34-35, 55-56.
00058  Rulers of the Air." Time 41 (June 21, 1943): 67-68.
00059  O'Malley, Patricia. "Women With Wings." Scholastic 42 (April 19-24, 1943): 23-24.
00060  Women Are Welcome'--in Aviation." Education for Victory 1 (June 1, 1943): 22-23.
00061  Interesting People on the American Scene: Ladybirds-Women Fliers of America." American Magazine 131 (May 1941): 86-87.
00062  Interesting People in the American Scene: Skylarker- Helen Montgomery." American Magazine 130 (November 1940): 85.
00063  Ash, Mae and Jerome Beatty. "I let my daughter fly." American Magazine 130 (September 1940): 32-33, 131-133. 
00064  America's Interesting People: 4-M, Arlene Davis." American Magazine 129 (February 1940): 67.
00065  Neville, Leslie E. "Education Alone Will Reduce Absenteeism." Aviation 42 (March 1943): 89.
00066  Demand Growing For Women in Aircraft Industry." Civil Aeronautics Journal 3 (April 15, 1942): 102: 112. 
00067  Davis, Dorothy H. "A Wasp's Eye-View of Pioneer Days at Chico State University." Unpublished article, May 4, 1985.
00068  Women and Wrenches. New York: Batten, Barton, Durshine & Osburn, Inc., 1944.
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