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"Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines" Re-Creates Absorbing Page of Women's History

Description: Article from Rawson, Wade Publishers, Inc. titled "'Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines' Re-Creates Absorbing Page of Women's History" discussing Sally Van Wagenen Keil's book "Those Wonderful in Their Flying Machines: The Unknown Heroines of World War II."
Date: February 20, 1979
Creator: Anthony, Carolyn & Mayers, Gwenn
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Letter from Harry R. Snapp to Helen Wyatt Snapp, August 4, 1994]

Description: Letter from UNT History Professor Harry F. Snapp to Helen Wyatt Snapp discussing the development of a book meant to "preserve a number of WASPs as historical personages as well as the best context for preserving historically the place of WASPs as a group." The book's intended audience will be college women, high school girls, and young adult women. Harry Snapp asks Helen Snapp for her cooperation in making the book possible. The letter contains a handwritten P. S. that includes his contact information, should Helen wish to contact him.
Date: August 4, 1944
Creator: Snapp, Harry F.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Helen Snapp at a book signing]

Description: Photograph of Helen Snapp attending a signing book signing event, standing in a group of several men and women, One is a WASP and is wearing her WASP uniforms, The photo suggests that the subject of the book surrounds the Women Airforce Service Pilots. Title of book is not readable in the photo.
Date: 1980/1995
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

On Final Approach

Description: Book that includes a list of corrections made for Byrd Howell Granger by a number of Women Airforce Service Pilots.
Date: 1999
Creator: Granger, Byrd Howell
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Letter from David A. Stallman to Helen W. Snapp, November 17, 2005]

Description: Letter from David A. Stallman to Helen W. Snapp, sent on November 17, 2005, discussing Stallman's recent contact with one Priscilla, the creator of the painting "Lady Dauntless," which Stallman will use for the cover of his and Snapp's book "Target-Towing WASP at Camp Davis." It includes page 211 of an article from the March issue of Our State which discusses Liberty Field in Camp Stewart. The final page includes four black and white photographs: the top left of four men in military dress standing in front of a plane, the top right of a long line of Women Airforce Service Pilots standing in front of two planes, the bottom left of a plane in flight, and the bottom left of a military dinner or banquet.
Date: November 17, 2005
Creator: Stallman, David A.
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum