Women and the military -- Oklahoma
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white original prints of the University of Oklahoma, the Naval Air Station at Norman, Oklahoma, defense work at Tinker Field, including women workers, the British Air School at Miami, Oklahoma, during World War II, dust storms, Ponca and Cherokee Indians and scenes of the 101 Ranch. Grace Ernestine Ray Manuscript Collection also in repository.
FULL FINDING AID (PDF)
Newspaper articles (1941-1967) and publications (1942-1954), and book (1944) regarding the United States Naval Air Station and the United States Naval Air Technical Training Center, both of which were located in Norman, Oklahoma. Included in the collection are stories regarding the establishment, operation, closing and the condition of life at the University of Oklahoma. Materials include Primary gunnery training program, We keep 'em flying, Take-off, The Norman log, and the book entitled The smooth log. Collection also includes programs, announcements, invitations, and greeting cards.