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[Four Photographs on a Page #1]

Description: Four photographs of different scenes. On top of the front page, there is text that reads, "SBD Dauntless entered production in 1938." The top photo is of a plane with tail number 260881 flying above the ground with a flag hanging from the back of it. The caption on this photo reads, "Tow Target Plan - Open Cockpit." The bottom photo is of Helen Snapp sitting in a chair, reading a book. The caption on this photo reads, "Helen W. Snapp Class 43-W-4." On the back of the page are two photographs of planes on their flight line, towers, and buildings.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[A Photo Album From Col. Kelly S. Hamilton to Helen Snapp With 21 Photographs]

Description: A photo album from Col. Kelly S. Hamilton to Helen Snapp with 21 photographs of WASP during WWII and post WWII reunion gatherings. The inscription inside the cover reads, "To Helen Thanks to you and all the WASP for giving me inspiration to fly, and open doors and cockpits to other women; who love their country and love to fly. Very Respectfully Kelly S. Hamilton Colonel, USAF."
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Three Photographs of Helen Snapp and Airplanes]

Description: Three photographs of airplanes and WASP. The top photo is of the Kathie "M" is being flown by WASP Helen Snapp. The photo on the left is of WASP gathering around the cockpit of a plane, looking at a map. The bottom photo is of a plane being used as a non-combat trainer. There is text in the middle that explains each photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[WASP Reunion]

Description: Photograph of Helen Snapp at a Women Airforce Service Pilot reunion in Cleveland Ohio in 1982. Helen, a man, and three WASP surround a round table, all wearing yellow name tags.
Date: 1982
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Four Photographs of Helen Snapp at an Airfield]

Description: Four photograph of Helen Snapp at an airfield. The top photo on the front page is of Snapp standing in front of an airplane, wearing a blue uniform. The bottom photo on the front page is of Snapp sitting in the rear cockpit of a plane, getting ready to fly. The text in between the photos reads, "Helen Flight in Russian Yak Confederate Air Force." The top photo on the back page is of Snapp standing with three military men next to a helicopter, and the bottom photo on the back page is of Snapp looking at a display dedicated to the WASPs. The caption on the bottom photo on the back page is "Fort Stewart, March 2001."
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Helen Snapp Holding a Miniature WASP Memorial Statue]

Description: Photograph of Helen W. Snapp in her Women Airforce Service Pilot dress uniform holding a miniature version of the bronze WASP memorial statue resting on the stage beside her. There is an enlarged photograph of a blimp in the background, as well as a flag and other WASPs. In addition to her normal WASP pins, Helen also sports a red, white, and blue ribbon, a WASP sticker, and carries a bronze cane.
Date: May 12, 2005
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Photograph of WASP in Restaurant Booth]

Description: Photograph of two WASP with short hair, sitting in a vinyl red restaurant booth. The WASP on the left, is wearing a shirt with blue flowers , and sunglasses. The woman on the right is wearing a WASP veteran shirt with a WASP name-tag identifying her as Helen Snapp.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum