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[Brochure for the Women's History Month Celebration for the Third Infantry Division]

Description: Brochure for the Women's History Month celebration, "Women of Courage and Vision," hosted by the Third Infantry Division (Mechanized) at the Hunter Army Airfield serving Fort Stewart in Savannah, Georgia on March 6, 2001. The front cover displays the Third Infantry Division shoulder sleeve insignia, a small crest, and a portrait of Helen W. Snapp surrounded by six smaller images of women in the military, including Rosie the Riveter and women wearing service uniforms. The Sequence of Events listed on the second page includes the names of the speakers for each event: Welcome by Sargent Pandy, National Anthem (stand) by Sargent Requita Williams, Invocation (stand) by Apostle Wilhelmenia Brown, a Video Presentation, Introduction of Speaker by Colonel Betson, Guest Speaker speech by Miss Helen Wyatt Snapp, Unveiling by Third Infantry Soldiers, Presentation by Colonel Betson, Benediction (stand) by Miss Lillian Shun, and finally the Marne Song and the Army Song sung by all. It contains a military biography of Helen Snapp, and the last two pages contain the lyrics for the Marne and Army songs. The back cover displays a crest with the words "Nous Resterons La."
Date: March 6, 2001
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[McMurry College Department of Voice Recital Program]

Description: Program for a recital for the pupils of Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie, as part of the McMurry College Department of Voice. The performers include Mary Hutcheson, Irene Addison, Virginia Browder, Alice and Sally Bean, Edith Kral, Lela Mae Skinner, Vera Pettit, Lillian Terry, Catherine Wright, Luella Baldridge, Ella Mae Hogan, Rigdon Edwards, Mary Evelyn Brooks, and Mrs. R.L. Young, Jr.
Date: April 6, 1928
Partner: McMurry University Library

Cornelia Clark Fort Historical Marker Dedication Ceremony

Description: Pamphlet for the Cornelia Clark Fort Historical Marker Dedication Ceremony, held on October 6, 2000 at 2 pm, at Mulberry Canyon by the Taylor County Historical Commission. Inside are images of WASP and airplanes and a bio of Cornelia Clark Fort.
Date: October 6, 2000
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum