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[Partial Biography of WASP Andrea Shaw]

Description: A page from a biography of WASP Andrea Shaw. There is text on the top half of the page describing her time at Avenger Field with the WASP, and a photograph on the bottom half of the page with three WASPmarching, one of them holding an American flag, and people standing in lines at Avenger Field.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Three Photographs of a WASP in an Airplane]

Description: Three photographs of a WASP in an airplane. The top right photo and bottom photo picture her in the cockpit, and the top left photo pictures her wearing a parachute. There is text in the bottom right of the page that reads, "Favorite Aircraft "Douglas Dauntless" Used in Battle of Midway"
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Three Photographs of Soldiers During WWII]

Description: Three photographs of soldiers during WWII. The photo on the left is of soldiers standing on a control tower, with a caption of, "Control tower handles firing line order, maintains safety." The top right photo is of soldiers controlling artillery guns while being watched by an officers. The caption of this photograph is, "Improvised ring mounts are used on 3-mile long range." The bottom right photo is of a plane with two people in it getting ready to take off. The caption of this photograph is, "Target operator and Wasp Andrea Shaw ready to go."
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Seven Portraits of WASP Squadron Officers]

Description: Seven photographs of WASP squadron officers. Each photograph is a portrait of the WASP, and their name and role are beneath their photographs. There is a WASP insignia in the middle of the page with the code "43-W-8 beneath it, and "Squadron Officers" in a box on the left middle of the page. There is handwriting pointing to Andrea Shaw's photograph that reads, "You looked good in the fashion of the day!"
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Two Photographs of the Martin Marauder]

Description: Two photographs of the Martin Marauder, a bomber from WWII. The tail number is 117878, and there are multiple decals on the back of the plane and on the wings. There is text on the bottom right of the page that reads, "Favorite Bomber - B - 26 Martin Marauder."
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum