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W.A.S.P., WWII, Reunion

Description: Program for a WASP reunion in Charleston, South Carolina. Included within is a proclamation from Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. designating August 22nd as WASP Day, letters, historical information for South Carolina, reunion itineraries, and other information about WASP and aircraft.
Date: 1988
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Clipping: They just wanted to fly]

Description: Newspaper clippings of an article about WASP members, including Grace Birge Mayfield, Mary Macabe, Kristine Lent, Alice Riff, Ann Oliver, Ann Criswell Adden, Verda Mae Jennings Lowe, Betty Haas Pfister, Florene Miller, Millicent Young, and Barbara Flemming Foss. The article discusses the personal experiences of the women serving in WWII. On the back of the clippings, there is an advertisement for a drapery shop and an article on catalog ordering.
Date: November 6, 1988
Creator: Magid, Ken
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[WASP Class 43-4 at the 1988 Reunion]

Description: Photograph of class 43-4 of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) taken during the organization's reunion in Charleston. Twenty-three women dressed in casual clothing sit on the steps of a short staircase while five women in their WASP uniforms stand on the landing above them. Most of the women are wearing dark blue name tags with the WASP insignia and light blue buttons.
Date: 1988
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Pamphlet: W.A.S.P., WWII, Reunion, Charleston S.C.1988]

Description: A schedule of events pamphlet for the 1988 Women Airforce Service Pilots reunion in Charleston, South Carolina. The schedule includes historic information on the city, welcoming letters from the mayor and the governor, and a schedule for meetings, activities, and meals.
Date: 1988
Creator: Women Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[WASP Reunion Invocation Prayer]

Description: A prayer invocation recited at a WASP reunion in South Carolina, written by Madge Minton. The WASP diamond wings symbol can be seen printed at the top of the page.
Date: September 1988
Creator: Minton, Madge Rutherford
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum